Some annoying character traits
– Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
– 劇場版 NARUTO 大活劇! 雪姫忍法帖だってばよ!!
– Naruto – Film 1 – Les chroniques Ninja de la Princesse des neiges
– Naruto – La primavera nel Paese della Neve
– Naruto: Geheimmission im Land des ewigen Schnees
– นารูโตะ นินจาจอมคาถา เดอะมูฟวี่ ตอน ศึกชิงเจ้าหญิงหิมะ
– Naruto: Záchrana sněžné princezny
– Naruto Film: Ninjaların Karlar Adasında Çarpışmaları
– Naruto: It`s the Snow Princess` Ninja Art Book!
– ناروتو: أميرة الثلج
– Naruto Movie 1
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (劇場版 NARUTO 大活劇! 雪姫忍法帖だってばよ!! Gekijōban Naruto Daikatsugeki! Yukihime Ninpōchō dattebayo!!, lit. Great Action Scene! Snow Princess’ Book of Ninja Arts) is a 2004 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto’s manga and anime series.
The artwork is slightly better than the TV show, but the foremost improvement is the combat animation. The fights are good and just enough to keep you gripped but not to the point they were unnecessary.
At the start of the film, Naruto pretty much is a stalker and they kidnapped the actress as she did not want to go to the Land of Snow. And when they are there, their plan to escape an oncoming train is trying to outrun it instead of going to the side of the wall. Look like they learned from the school of Prometheus of running away.
The movie was more enjoyable than expected for a shounen spin-off movie, though the plot is still quite formulaic.
1. Our heroes meet a throwaway enemy.
2. Their first encounter doesn’t go as plan.
3. They recoup and maybe make some speech.
4. The second and final encounter they’ll triumph and win the day.
The relentless barrage of “never give up” theme wear me out a bit. Other than that, the movie was enjoyable and the battles were more impressive than normal.
Recommended for shounen fan. Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow contains graphic violence. Intended for young adults.
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