Watch: 劇場版 NARUTO -ナルト- ブラッド・プリズン 2011 123movies, Full Movie Online – Naruto’s battle to reclaim his honor begins! Naruto is convicted of a serious crime he didn’t commit and is sent to the inescapable prison, Hozuki Castle. The warden, Mui, quickly seals away Naruto’s chakra to prevent him from rebelling. Refusing to give up, Naruto plans his escape while also befriending his fellow inmates Ryuzetsu and Maroi. But he can’t help but wonder what their ulterior motives are….
Plot: After his capture for attempted assassination of the Raikage, leader of Kumogakure, as well as killing Jōnin from Kirigakure and Iwagakure, Naruto is imprisoned in Hōzukijou: A criminal containment facility known as the Blood Prison. Mui, the castle master, uses the ultimate imprisonment technique to steal power from the prisoners, which is when Naruto notices his life has been targeted. Thus begins the battle to uncover the truth behind the mysterious murders and prove Naruto’s innocence.
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this movie is OK, but id say don’t waste your time with it, its not great, i was having a good time with the first half, which tries to tell a great story, that is not that great, but then it goes into stupid twists that ruined it for me. yes there was naruto sannin mode, and some great sequences but nothing that left me with my mouth open… maybe except for one sequence between konoha’s shinobi A.K.A. z warriors against the giant digimon the movie uses as a final boss.
the animation is great but the movie is idiotic for me, i think that is a waste of great work from artists and animators.
The lost tower was supposedly written by masashi kishimoto or something like that, but it wasn’t great either. I prefer to think that he has never put a finger over pierrot’s creations because that would explain why naruto’s core story is that awesome and why the filler material sucks so much
A Return to Form for the Franchise
I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked this movie. It should go without saying that it’s a gigantic improvement over the lackluster “The Lost Tower”. One thing that certainly helped this one is that it brought some new stuff to the table.
This is a very well-written film and it feels fresh because it puts Naruto in a new environment and in a vulnerable state. He is sent to a prison with air-tight security and his chakra has been blocked. The story may be rather slow-paced, but it manages to keep you engaged as Naruto is forced to use his smarts and team up with Ryuzetsu to be able to escape imprisonment and stop Mui’s plans.
Mui is quite possibly the best villain we’ve ever seen in a “Naruto” film. He stands out because he is the first “Naruto” movie villain who isn’t truly evil and is really more of an antagonist than a villain. He is a character you really feel for, because he truly regrets what he has done and wants nothing more than to bring his son Muku back.
Ryuzetsu is an interesting character, and her backstory with Muku is actually pretty touching. The animation was top notch as usual, and the final battle at the end was quite exciting for the most part.
The film isn’t without it’s flaws, however. There are some plot holes here and there, such as Naruto somehow being able to sneak some shuriken into the prison despite being thoroughly strip-searched. I also thought that the healing jutsu at the end that saved Naruto was a bit of an ex-machina.
Another thing, Muku severely impaled Naruto and Ryuzetsu and put giant holes in both of them that SHOULD HAVE killed them almost instantly due to the extreme blood loss, many punctured organs, and their spines being destroyed. However, they not only survive, but are able to keep fighting? Are you kidding me?
Despite this, I still really enjoyed this one and it is more than good enough to wash the taste of “The Lost Tower” out of my mouth. It’s certainly one of the better “Naruto” movies so far, and it’s well worth checking out.
Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 48 min (108 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Fantasy
Director Masahiko Murata
Writer Akira Higashiyama, Masashi Kishimoto
Actors Junko Takeuchi, Chie Nakamura, Rikiya Koyama
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Tokyo Laboratory Ltd., Tokyo, Japan (prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital (source format), Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Fuji Eterna-CP 3514DI), D-Cinema