Naruto Shippûden: The Lost Tower

Naruto Shippûden: The Lost Tower

Our hero Naruto is caught in special chakra that propels him into the past. He finds himself in the City of Loran. As he encounters strange things, can he save the future with the past?

Assigned on a mission to capture Mukade, a missing-nin, Naruto Uzumaki sets out for the once glorious historic ruins of "Ouran", where he pursues and corners the rouge ninja. Mukade's goal is revealed to be a dormant leyline within the ruins; he unleashes the power of the leyline, causing a light to envelop Naruto, sending him into the past, 20 years before the series began. When Naruto awakens, he comes into contact with the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Carlos M (nl) wrote: Love Calvin and Hobbes.

Candise K (jp) wrote: ok if you don't like blood, gore and watching body parts being hacked won't handle this will also need to either read English subtitles or have your DvD set to translate to English...this is a Japanese film. It is a wonderful film of Seven Warriors who want to stop armies from killing the villagers who choose to practice the martial arts. You have to really be into this kind of film.

Lee D (ag) wrote: An original look at a totally different way of family life, and how music is a universal language. Really cool.

Daniel H (br) wrote: Bizarre, visionary cinema that some audiences may find difficult to watch. Hilarious and disturbing in equal measure.

Louis F (jp) wrote: one of the more fascinating films to come out in recent years - very dense and definitely warrants a few more viewings

Janson S (es) wrote: Back in the day, this was a good movie!

Rodney E (fr) wrote: Having always seen the box at the video store, Dudes is another movie that I have wanted to see for years but haven't until recently. And it is absolutely terrible. While the soundtrack may be one of the mere highlights there was nothing for me to enjoy as I found it to be tedious to get though. Jon Cryer and Daniel Roebuck just didn't work for me.

Matthew C (jp) wrote: "Okay, we just up the violence for the second installment and..." Nope! Still sucks.This kind of cartoony, ultra-violence within an otherwise mostly "realistic" world just doesn't work for me. Having said that, this horrible sequel somehow manages to pull off a far more consistent tone than its predecessor. Ray Stevenson, for me, has more of a darkness and mystery to him that I feel is lacking in the Thomas Jane version. But he's also more annoyingly one-liner-spouting and unrelatable. Overall, I think Jane comes out on top, but not by much. There has yet to be a truly convincing portrayal of this character on film.Some of the supporting characters are far more likable than Stevenson's Punisher or Dominic West's over-the-top villain, Jigsaw. Dash Mihok, Wayne Knight, and Colin Salmon all turn in the kind of darkly comic yet gritty work that is enjoyable in B-movies like this one. Yes, Marvel has made a couple of B-movies in its time. The only other real compliment would go to the cinematography. It's decidedly over-the-top at times and not always completely motivated by reality, but setups like these really help pump up the scenes of urban gun violence and provide the kind of creativity one rarely sees in a comic book film.

Scott M (jp) wrote: Great movie. Really makes you think of what happens after a tragedy. Great acting and music throughout. I highly rec comes this indie film

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