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Shippuden Movie: Bonds (BD) [Blu-ray]

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Shippuden Movie: The Bonds (BD)

A group of mysterious flying ninja have arrived from overseas to launch a sudden attack against the Hidden Leaf Village, leaving behind a wake of destruction. The group is revealed to be the "Sky Ninja" from the Land of Sky, a nation thought to have been destroyed by the Hidden Leaf Village long ago. To save their village, Naruto and his friends set out to stop this new threat. During the course of the mission, Naruto crosses paths with Sasuke, his friend who has parted ways from the Leaf Village.

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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    Not Rated
  • Studio: Viz Media
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005DVINVO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,248 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Q. Pair on September 21, 2009
Format: DVD
As most Naruto fans can attest, the release of this movie (in America) was highly anticipated for a good year and a half. I guess thats with any popular Anime movie that we wait to get subbed into English, but this was even more anticipated because of raised expectations from the Shippuuden world. But the question remains, does the second Shippuuden movie live up to the high standard set by the series? Eh, sorta.

"Bonds" follows a pretty formulaic plot, as far as Naruto movies go. Something goes wrong, Naruto is sent on a mission with Sakura and whoever else is picked to have screen time this time around (Hinata being the third team member in this case), an important secondary character is introduced (the spunky tomboy Amaru), bad stuff happens in between, fighting, the bad guy is revealed, fighting, Naruto gets his butt kicked, passionate speech, epic final battle, the end. Now of course the movie is more complex then this, but this is merely the outline of the plot that most of these Naruto movies follow, and to be honest, thats fine with me. It works. One shouldn't go into these movies expecting to see some huge incredible story unfold. Its fan service, and fans love seeing these ninjas do what they do best: fight.

The movie was by no means bad, but as is with many movies, it didn't live up to the hype that was provided by the preview. I think the reason this was as much of a disappointment as it was is because the biggest thing fans looked forward to when watching this was seeing Sauske in action with Naruto. Anyone who has followed the series knows that Sauske has been absent for a very long time, and has only recently been getting any airtime. About the time this movie came out, we were starving for a little Sauske action, and we expected to see it in "Bonds".
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This Movie begins on a high note with the Hidden Leaf village being attacked by the "Sky Country". In this attack the Leaf is almost destroyed. This movie is a little different from other Naruto movies because it has two stories going on at once. Everything is revealed when the stories finally meet with each other. The fight scenes are amazing and very well animated, the story is gripping, and there are a lot of fan fights in this one. Sasuke shows up and Naruto fights along side him for a while in this one. All and all, I would recommend this series and all of it's movies (minus Naruto Shippuden movie 4: the lost tower) to anyone and everyone that asked me. This is definitely a good buy even if it is a random one. I hope that helps your decision.
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Although arguably formulaic like the previous movies, Bonds is still just different enough to stick out in my mind; the drama and action are nicely balanced, particularly considering that there are two equally important stories being followed. As the case art indicates, Sasuke does have a notable role in the film, and though I'm far from a Sasuke fan, his presence wasn't so involved and grating that I disliked the sequences that centered around him; toward the end of the movie, in fact, I quite enjoyed his part in the events. Even if you've been less than impressed by the previous movies, I'd recommend seeing this one. It's the first time Sasuke's appeared in a movie since Clash in the Land of Snow, and I'd say he definitely makes up for the lost time.
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This is a Naruto Movie, with all that means. (or whatever that means to you). Unless you prefer watching sub-titled, or watch in Japanese, You'd be best to wait for the dubbed version.
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This is an import Blue Ray. From the Blue ray itself " This blue ray disc will play back on Region B players only". Lol cool thanks for nothing. I basically payed extra for a novelty disc as only the DVD will play.
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Pretty much the problem with this movie is that the plotline and excution is falling into DBZ film territory (ends at random and are very repetitive of each other), which is just not good. It seems ridicoulous for an entire army of sky ninja to be allowed to bomb the leaf village while nobody does much of anything, but it happens. Shouldn't there have been at least something resembling a war at home while Naruto and co. discovered the true issue here?

But when they do, we are hit by an entirely new problem. We have a moving fortress with immense power feeding off of people. We have the person who thought they were being mentored by the best, only to be betrayed by a truly evil being. We have fighting inside and it crashing down. Sound familar? Yeah, basically all hits on plot points from the second Naruto movie.

I know these movies are all filler and formulatic, but this one just went too far. Now the last 30 minutes does put up quite a crazy hit with a worm-like tail beast, with Naruto and Sasuke having to work together to destroy the monstrous creature. This scene is quite good, and the humorous ending after a dramatic falling from the sky to their death sequence was well done. However, the entire middle of this movie was quite dissapointing, and the fight scenes themselves aside from the Naruto/Sasuke team up were weak. And again, the entire rest of the sky ninja bomb, and then basically do nothing for the rest of the movie, their constructions destroyed by some odd amount of bugs that could've never existed. I quess they figured the Sasuke/Naruto sequence was enough to bring people in, and to be honest, it worked.

However, it cannot even come close to comparing to Naruto Movie 2: Legend Of The Stone Of Gelel, or Naruto Shippuden: The Movie. I honestly don't think it's close to any of them really.
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