Best Naruto Movies
Believe it! These are the best Naruto and Naruto Shippuden movies, ranked by the best ninja anime fans like you. So far there have been 9 Naruto movies made, with the first 3 being the original Naruto and the rest being Naruto Shippuden movies. Which movie is your favorite? Are you a fan of The Will of Fire? What about Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow? No matter which films on this Naruto movies list you think are the greatest, vote them up so your opinion is reflected on this ranked list of Naruto movies.
Boruto: Naruto the Movie
Boruto: Naruto the Movie is a 2015 Japanese animated film and the directorial debut of Hiroyuki Yamashita. It is the based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime franchise, and is part of the larger Start of a New Era Project (新時代開幕プロジェクト Shinjidai Kaimaku Purojekuto) to commemorate the series' 15th anniversary. The film, first teased in the post-credits scene of the previous film, The Last: Naruto the Movie, tells the story about the children of the original series' main characters. As with the previous film and Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie, Kishimoto worked as a script writer and character designer. The film is set after the events of the original series and is adapted as the first story arc of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The film was released on August 7, 2015, to commercial success, and became the highest-grossing film in the series. Its DVD and Blu-ray versions were published on July 6, 2016 by Aniplex, along with an additional short film animation of the day when Naruto became a Hokage.
Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel
Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel (大激突!幻の地底遺跡だってばよ Daigekitotsu! Maboroshi no Chiteiiseki Dattebayo, lit. Great Clash! The Illusionary Ruins at the Depths of the Earth) is a 2005 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime franchise, written by Hirotsugu Kawasaki and Yuka Miyata. It was released in theaters in Japan on August 6, 2005. Unlike Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow, Legend of the Stone of Gelel became a direct-to-video film in the United States. It aired on Cartoon Network on July 26, 2008 and was released to DVD on July 29, 2008. The film is set after episode 160. The theme song "Ding! Dong! Dang!" is performed by TUBE.
Naruto Shippuden The Movie: Inheritors of the Will of Fire
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire (劇場版 NARUTO-ナルト- 疾風伝 火の意志を継ぐ者 Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden Hi no Ishi wo Tsugumono", lit. Inheritance of the Will of Fire), the sixth Naruto film overall and the third Naruto: Shippūden film, takes as its basis the popular anime and manga series. Released on August 1, 2009 in theaters in Japan (Maramusa Notari planned to release a DVD on April 21, 2010), it uses the advertising tagline Todoke, ore-tachi no Omoi! (届け、オレたちの想い！ We will deliver our desires to everyone!).
Naruto Shippuden the Movie
Naruto Shippuden the Movie (劇場版NARUTO−ナルト− 疾風伝 Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden) is the fourth overall in the Naruto film series and the first Naruto Shippuden film, directed by Hajime Kamegaki and written by Junki Takegami.
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower (劇場版 NARUTO-ナルト-疾風伝 ザ・ロストタワー Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden: Za Rosuto Tawā) is a 2010 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. It was released on July 31, 2010. Along with the film, a comical short feature named Naruto ???: Naruto, The Genie, and The Three Wishes !! (劇場版NARUTO-ナルト-そよ風伝 ナルトと魔神と3つのお願いだってばよ！！ Gekijōban Naruto Soyokazeden: Naruto to mashin to mitsu no onegai dattebayo!!) was also shown. The theme song "if" is performed by Kana Nishino. The film was released in North America on September 17, 2013 by Viz Media.
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (劇場版 NARUTO−ナルト− 疾風伝 絆 Gekijōban Naruto Shippūden: Kizuna) is a 2008 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. Released on August 2, 2008, it was announced in Weekly Shōnen Jump along with the DVD release date for the first Shippūden film. Additionally, the teaser trailer for the second film aired with episodes 40 and 41, and again with episode 66 and 67. In episodes 70 and 73 the opening sequence was replaced with footage from the film. Its English version was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 25, 2011 in North America. The film's theme song "No Rain No Rainbow" is performed by Home Made Kazoku.
Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie
Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie is a 2012 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. It was released in Japan on July 28, 2012. The band Asian Kung-Fu Generation performed the theme song "Sore de wa, Mata Ashita" (それでは、また明日, lit. "Well Then, See You Tomorrow"). Both the single CD and the film's soundtrack were released on July 25, 2012. The first 1.5 million film was given for the Motion Comic: Naruto DVD.
Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison (劇場版 NARUTO-ナルト- ブラッド・プリズン Gekijōban Naruto: Buraddo Purizun) is a 2011 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. It was released in Japan on July 27, 2011, in North America on February 18, 2014 and in Indonesia on April 19, 2015. The theme song "Otakebi" is performed by Yusuke Kamiji.
The Last: Naruto the Movie
The Last: Naruto the Movie is a 2014 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. It is the first entry in the Start of a New Era Project, and the first to be an official part of the canon storyline set between chapter 699 and 700 for the manga series.
Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
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. It was released in Japan on August 21, 2004. The popularity of the series has spawned several sequels, beginning with Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel. The film is set after episode 101. The ending song Home Sweet Home is performed by Yuki. The English adaptation replaced the song with Jeremy Sweet's "Never Give Up", due to licensing restrictions.