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646f9e108c Boruto Uzumaki is the son of Naruto Uzumaki, the Seventh Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village. Having heard stories of Naruto's deeds as a hero, Boruto wishes to surpass his father. Following Sarada Uchiha, Boruto meets his father's friend, Sasuke Uchiha, and requests to be trained by him.
Boruto: Naurto the Movie is about the new generation of the Village Hidden in the Leaves. Naurto at last achieved his dream of becoming 7th hokage. During this time he has a son named Boruto, who hates his father. He always complains that his father is never home to be with him, his sister, and his mother. As the tension between father and son elevate, Boruto begs Sasuke to become his mentor. Despite his valiant efforts, Sasuke tell him no until his is able to do a rasgen . With partice, Boruto masters the move his father was able to do and goes to become to be trained by Sasuke. Naurto does not know of this because Sasuke threatened to leave Boruto in a different dimension is he told anything to his father. As time goes by the Chunin Exams were near, and his teammates wanted to enter the exam. But because of Boruto being stubborn and not wanting to enter, caused anger to exploited in his team.
It&#39;s been a long time since I&#39;ve stopped reading Naruto, around the shinobi war but I knew some of the outcomes of the manga though : Naruto and Hinata ended up together and had children, obviously. Sasuke and Sakura as well. Some characters I knew had died, some others I didn&#39;t. Still, if you come back after some years, it&#39;s okay, the movie is pretty good at welcoming long time fan and newcomer. And the people in between.<br/><br/>As for the movie itself the animation and fight scenes are gorgeous, you&#39;d expect that much. Character wise, it does quite a good job at depicting Naruto as the Hokage but mostly as an adult and parent. Being, the most powerful ninja in the world has made him into a responsible man burdened by his tasks. As a result, the boy once a ball of goofiness and exuberance has become a stranger to his own family and son. Naruto grew up, and it ain&#39;t pretty.<br/><br/>In a sweet mise en abime, Boruto also wants to be acknowledged, by his father. Naruto who during his youth wanted the whole world to notice him, is now the one incapable of showing his feelings to his son.<br/><br/>The irony being that Sasuke, aka Brooding/Cool Ninja, seems to be the most capable father and mentor. A shame we didn&#39;t get to see more of Sakura, the forever left behind member of Team 7.<br/><br/>The movie spends a long time building its two main characters so the ending feels a tad rushed. Of course, things unfold nicely for the Uzumaki men. In a big fight against an okay villain whose motivations are textbook villain.<br/><br/>To conclude, it felt so nostalgic diving in this world again. Things have changed but a lot have stayed the same. The excitement was as high as when I read and watched Naruto for the first time. It made me want to go back and finish what I gave up some years ago.
Boruto: Naruto the Movie was released in Australian theatres for a limited time thanks to Madman Entertainment&#39;s distribution. Written and supervised by Naruto series creator, Masashi Kishimoto, Boruto: Naruto the Movie follows (you guessed it) Boruto Uzumaki, the son of main series protagonist Naruto who is now Hokage of the Hidden Leaf Village which has gotten some upgrades when it comes to technology. The main plot of the film is the broken father and son relationship between Boruto and Naruto, and thankfully, Kishimoto has written a touching story that&#39;ll have Naruto fans smiling in joy.<br/><br/>There are A LOT of characters in this film, any character who you remember in the Naruto series is grown up now and most likely has a kid in this film. One character who particularly stands out in this film is Sasuke (who was mostly missing in the previous film The Last: Naruto the Movie) and it&#39;s great to see him. Sasuke is Boruto&#39;s teacher in this film and there&#39;s something very poetic about a character teaching the son of his rival, I don&#39;t know why but I find that really intriguing and fans will probably love the idea of that. <br/><br/>Boruto himself is a surprisingly relatable character. He&#39;s a kid with daddy issues which is very common among children his age. I&#39;d even go as far as saying that I like Boruto more than Naruto when he was a kid, he&#39;s a very likable character. All the other kid characters are pretty cool as well such as Sarada, Sasuke and Sakura&#39;s daughter. She&#39;s smart, feisty and very strict which is actually pretty funny to watch when her and Boruto are arguing with each other. <br/><br/>Naruto himself is also pretty interesting to watch. It&#39;s really cool to see how much the role of Hokage can affect someone&#39;s life. You watch him in two perspectives, one is the Naruto you remember prior to the events of this film and the other is from Boruto&#39;s perspective where he&#39;s just seen as someone who has no time and love for his family. Both kind of clash and in the end there is a sweet resolution that can make Naruto fans shed tears of happiness. It&#39;s really nice to see the character portrayed how he is in this film.<br/><br/>There is a glaringly poor character in this film and that&#39;s the villain. It is, yet again, someone trying to fulfill Kaguya&#39;s plan and is the most forgetful Naruto villain you can ever come across. He is uninteresting, tedious and a very big negative on the film. Even The Last: Naruto the Movie had a better villain, but hey, at least the villain wasn&#39;t befriended this time around.<br/><br/>Animation wise, this movie is gorgeous. It is an absolute spectacle during its action scenes, Naruto has never looked this good. The climax especially is some of the best action and animation to ever grace this series, it will indeed give you chills purely because it looks so great. The Leaf village looks alive and colourful and it&#39;s cool seeing all this new tech and cities surrounding the area, although it is strange that the last time we saw this place it was just a village with barely any modern buildings and technology in it.<br/><br/>The film&#39;s soundtrack could have been better, there are times where it tracks are out of place and the sound design of the film can be a bit too loud on the ears. The film&#39;s first half is also pretty slow because it tries to explain who these characters are, where everyone is at, how are people doing and what this terrible villain is up to. Also, the film wasn&#39;t as funny as I thought it was going to be. Some jokes didn&#39;t hit me and I found The Last to be a funnier movie overall.<br/><br/>In the end, Boruto: Naruto the Movie is a great epilogue to a series with a huge fan base. It has incredible animation, great fights, cool characters and a touching father-son story. It&#39;s just a shame that the villain is, yet again, very uninteresting. Other than that, Naruto fans will be pleased that this send off is a great one.

In issue #32 of Weekly Shônen Jump (2015) it was revealed 5 more cast members. The names of the characters Sakura and Hinata appeared with their respective husbands&#39; last names. These two characters are credited in the movie with their &quot;married&quot; surnames. It can be assumed that Naruto was not wearing his jacket in the situation that irreparably wrecked his blue shirt, orange pants, and blue sandals.
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