Naruto Movies In Order To Watch: The Spirit That Once Threatened To Destroy The World Is Back!
Naruto is set in a universe where ninjas, magic, and spirits coexist. We follow Naruto Uzumaki, the main character, and his pals as they try to become the best ninjas in their town, Konan (The Village Hidden in the Leaves.) Naruto became one of the most successful anime series of all time after being based on the manga of the same name. Perseverance, sacrifice, redemption, and family are all themes in this tale.
Naruto's life is chronicled in this series. As a young orphan, we witness him attempting to earn the respect of the people around him. Naruto, Sasuke Uchiha, and Sakura Haruno accompany their sensei, Kakashi Hatake, on different missions. We see them grow up and cope with increasingly serious problems like betrayal, love, and suffering as the narrative continues. Naruto even matures into a spouse and parent at the conclusion of his tale.
The anime series was so successful that 11 films were made based on it. Each episode takes place in the Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, and Boruto: Naruto Next Generations timelines. Today, we'll show you how to view the Naruto movies in chronological order. Because the films all take place at different stages in Naruto's journey, there will be some spoilers.
Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow is the first film in the Naruto series, and it follows Team 7, Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura as they struggle to save an actress called Yukie from being kidnapped.
The film picks up after Naruto episode 101 and focuses on Naruto's relationship with his comrades as a family.
Naruto, Sakura, and Shikamaru get caught up in a fight for the Stone of Gelel in the second Naruto film. The stone is a strong mineral that may give the user [human and tailed beast] level strength. The film takes place after Naruto episode 106.
Prince Hikaru Tsuki and his father Michiru are escorted back to the Land of the Moon by Kakashi, Sakura, Rock Lee, and Naruto. Here, Naruto must instill humility in the young prince.
Naruto and his pals must make the most of their B-ranked assignment in this episode, which takes place following episode 196.
The first film in the Naruto Shippuden franchise kicks out with a bang! Naruto discovers that he will die battling a monster.
Is Naruto's fate already determined, or do we have control over it? After Naruto Shippuden episode 32, watch the fourth film.
The Land of the Sky intends to invade Konoha in retaliation for their defeat during the Second Great Ninja War. Amaru, a young kid, arrives to alert the Leaf Village, and Naruto, Hinata, and Sakura must cooperate with him. This film takes place after Naruto Shippuden episode 71.
The Will of Fire picks up after episode 121 of Shippuden when ninjas with Genkai powers start to vanish.
Their next target is Kakashi, who has a Genkai. Naruto must rescue the life of his sensei. This tale will demonstrate how powerful Naruto's will of fire is.
The mission concludes with Naruto and Yamato being transported 20 years into the past as part of the Lost Tower Team 7's effort to catch a ninja called Mukade. To get home, Naruto will need the assistance of the fourth Hokage and a younger Kakashi. After seeing episode 143, be sure you watch this film.
Naruto and Yamato are sent back in time twenty years ago. Naruto encounters Sra, the queen of Loran, as he wakes from his time travel. Mukade went to the past six years before Naruto and assumed the identity of Anrokuzan, the Loran minister who had murdered Sra's mother Samu. After Anrokuzan announces the abducted people and summons the "Puppet Ninja Forces," Naruto pledges to defend Sra.
On their own quest to stop Anrokuzan, Minato, Shibi Aburame, Chza Akimichi, and Kakashi Hatake arrive to assist the heroes. Sra remembers her memories of Sramu's lullaby as they rescue Sara's folks and Naruto clutches Minato's kunai. Anrokuzan transforms into a gigantic defense puppet using the tower's components. Minato and Naruto are able to construct the fabled Super Rasengan by using their regenerative chakra.
Minato reveals Anrokuzan's weak point, which Naruto smashes when Sra disables his technique. Minato uses the kunai to fully block off the power as Yamato and Kakashi rescue Naruto and Sra. Minato begs Naruto not to alter history by deleting all of the heroes' memories as they disappear from the past.
Naruto is wrongfully accused of assassinating the Fourth Raikage at the Hidden Grass Village and is imprisoned in Hozuki Castle, commonly known as the "Blood Prison." Naruto must break out of one of the world's most guarded jails and clear his reputation. It won't be simple, particularly since he doesn't have his fox-chakra. Blood Prison takes place after Shippuden episode 196. After being wrongly blamed for the assault on the Fourth Raikage, Naruto Uzumaki is imprisoned and transported to Hozuki Castle (, Hoozuki Jou) in the Hidden Grass Village.
Mui (, the prison's commander) applies the Sky Prison Control (, Tenrou o Tsukau) seal on Naruto, limiting his chakra. Mui recruited Hot Water villager Kazan to frame Naruto, and Mui's son Muku was sacrificed and sealed inside the Box of Paradise 10 years ago, according to Ryzetsu, a Hidden Grass Black Ops member.
Mui uses Naruto's fox chakra to open the box during the jail riot, only for the revived Muku to be possessed by the demon Satori and attack the castle. Satori is defeated by Naruto and his companions, but Mui, who is dying, seals it inside Muku with the formula, and the victim returns to the box. Ryzetsu dies using Dragon Life Reincarnation to rescue Naruto as the gang recaptures the other captives. The heroes then buried her and Mui and sailed away with the sealed chest. Naruto's fake arrest was staged, Tsunade tells the squad.
Road to Ninja, one of the more unusual Naruto flicks, serves as a "What If?" scenario. Naruto and Sakura are transported to a world in which Naruto's parents are still alive, Sakura is an orphan, and Sasuke has never left Konoha. What would their lives be like if things weren't the way they are now? This wild adventure takes place after Shippuden episode 251.
While Naruto was more concerned with returning to their reality before choosing to adopt a family, Sakura relished her life as an orphan until the loneliness and antics of the reality's Sasuke became too much for her. The hamlet is subsequently assaulted by the masked ninja, who is shown to have joined himself with Tobi, who has entered the world using an incorporeal form, abducting Sakura for ransom in exchange for the Red Moon Scroll.
Naruto grabs the Red Moon Scroll while rushing to rescue Sakura and confront the masked ninja, realizing that the parents, although similar, are not his own. When Naruto is overwhelmed by the masked ninja and his Nine Masked Beasts, he is rescued by Itachi and Akatsuki in their Genjutsu form. While the Akatsuki deal with the Masked Beasts, Naruto battles a masked ninja who turns out to be Menma (, his Genjutsu world counterpart).
Menma manifests the Black Nine-Tails by absorbing the defeated masked animals, with the Nine-Tails striking a temporary ceasefire with Naruto to fight its counterpart. This, however, was all part of Tobi's plan, as he possessed Menma in order to personally remove the weaker Nine-Tails while wiping Naruto's memory clean. Sakura saves Naruto before the Nine-Tails are removed, and Naruto is accidentally reminded of a memory, allowing him to reclaim the rest of his memories in time to save Sakura, and he then manages to drive Tobi out of Menma and reverse the Limited Tsukuyomi. Sakura reunites with her parents after telling Tsunade of their experience, while Naruto makes peace with Iruka and learns he already has a family in his friends.
The film is the last installment of the Naruto series, as the title suggests. Make sure you see this film after watching Shippuden episode 493. This time, Naruto and his pals learn that the moon is about to crash with Earth, due to a descendant of The Sage of Six Paths. The Last: Naruto the Movie isn't the usual action-adventure film that we've come to anticipate from the franchise. Instead, it's a love story.
The Last: Naruto the Movie, the last film starring Naruto, was released on December 6th, 2014, and it takes place after episode 493. It is set two years after the Fourth Ninja World War, and begins with Toneri Otsutsuki, a descendant of the Sage of Six Paths' twin brother Hamura Otsutsuki, causing the moon to crash into the Earth.
Toneri sets out to abduct Hinata but instead ends up kidnapping her sister Hanabi. Hinata and Naruto marry and establish a family with their children, Boruto and Himawari, at the conclusion of the film.