Naruto movies are the explanation of the Manga series, the term being a combination of graphical representation of both comics and animation. The script of these ideal Japanese movies was written and typified by Masashi Kishimoto, a well-known Japanese Manga artist.

All Naruto movies

Naruto Movies in Chronological order with their IMDb ratings:

Naruto the Movie- The Ninja Clash in the Land Snow (2004)- IMDb rating 6.7

Naruto the Movie- Legend of the Stone of Gelel (2005)- IMDb rating 6.6

Naruto the Movie- Guardians of the Crescent Moon (2006)- IMDb rating 6.5

Naruto Shippuden the Movie (2007)- IMDb rating 6.9

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (2008)- IMDb rating 7.0

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire (2009)- IMDb rating 7.2

Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Last Tower (2010)- IMDb rating 7.0

Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison (2011)- IMDb rating 7.3

Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (2012)- IMDb rating 7.7

The Last Naruto the Movie (2014)- IMDb rating 7.6

Boruto: Naruto the Movie (2015) – IMDb rating 7.9


Let us talk about each of Naruto Movies Release order in detail, beginning from:-

1. Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow (2004)

Director: Tensai Okamura.

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto & KatsuyukiSumizawa.

IMDb Rating: 6.7

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Naruto Uzumaki and his squadmates, Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno are sent on a mission to escort a movie crew on its way to film in the Land of Snow. They soon find out that they are accompanying a famous actress, Yukie Fujikaze, who persistently refuses to travel there, making the trip far more difficult than originally intended. After a surprising encounter with ninjas from the Land of Snow, Naruto discovers that there is more to Yukie than meets the eye. Dai Katsugeki!! Yuki Hime Shinobu Houjou Dattebayo! follows the group as they attempt to overcome the obstacles in the Land of Snow and unveil Yukie’s true purpose there as well.


2. Legend of the Snow of Gelel (2005)

Director: Hirotsugu Kawasaki.

Writers: Hirotsugu Kawasaki & Masashi Kishimoto.

IMDb Rating: 6.6

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Naruto, Shikamaru, and Sakura are executing their mission of delivering a lost pet to a certain village. However, right in the midst of things, troops led by the mysterious knight, Temujin, attack them. In the violent battle, the three become separated. Temujin challenges Naruto to a fight and at the end of the fierce battle, both fall together from a high cliff. Furthermore, Shikamaru, having been left behind, beholds a giant moving fortress as it appears before his very eyes. In order to get a grasp on the situation, he infiltrates the fortress by himself, however once there he witnesses a frightening sight…


3. The Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom (2006)

Director: Toshiyuki Tsuru.

Writers: Toshiyuki Tsuru & Masashi Kishimoto.

IMDb Rating: 6.5

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Naruto, Kakashi, Sakura, and Lee are sent to protect a prince during his trip around the world and see that he returns safely to his home in Moon Country. The Moon Country happens to be really rich and as such the Prince tends to buy anything his heart desires, during his travels the Prince would come across a circus group that features a rare Sabre-toothed tiger that he just had to have. So he purchased the entire group. Suddenly a mission to protect just the spoiled prince that hardly listened to anything said, turns into a mission to look after animals and a prince that doesn’t listen to what they say, and in the end somehow get them all back safely to their home country. All the while there are three mysterious Ninjas wielding some frightening jutsu waiting for them. Why are they attacking them? What do they want with Team Kakashi!?!


4. Naruto Shippuden the Movie (2007)

Director: Hajime Kamegaki

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto & JunkiTakegami

IMDb Rating: 6.9

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

A group of ninjas is planning to revive a powerful demon, and once its spirit is reunited with its body, the world will be destroyed. The only way to prevent this from happening is for Shion, a shrine maiden, to seal it away for good. Naruto Uzumaki is tasked to guard her, but one thing stops Shion from accepting his help: she also has the ability to predict death—and she has foreseen his death approaching soon. In order to escape his fate, Naruto must stay away from Shion; however, undeterred, he chooses to challenge the prophecy in order to protect Shion and the world.


5. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds (2008)

Director: Hajime Kamegaki.

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto & Junki Takegami.

IMDb Rating: 7.0

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Unleashing a devastating surprise attack, flying ninjas from the Land of Sky are seeking revenge against their old enemy Hidden Leaf Village. Despite his eagerness to join the fight, Naruto Uzumaki is held up by Shinno, a mysterious doctor who requires his assistance to save an injured person. While delivering the wounded man to the hospital, Naruto has an unexpected encounter with Amaru—a stormy youngster from a neighboring village desperately looking for Shinno’s help. Meanwhile, as the invaders withdraw to restore their forces, Tsunade seizes the opportunity to dispatch a small team including Sai, Shikamaru Nara, and Kakashi Hatake to strike down their base. Simultaneously, she commissions Naruto, Sakura Haruno, and Hinata Hyuuga to accompany Shinno and Amaru on their journey. During this time, however, Orochimaru has his own scheme: he orders Sasuke Uchiha to bring him the doctor who specializes in the reincarnation technique. As the escort group accidentally uncovers the sinister truth behind the attacks, tumultuous plans are set in motion. But even when confronted with an unforeseen reunion, Naruto does not waver in his endeavor to end the warfare and its disastrous effects.


6. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The will of fire (2009)

Director: Masahiko Murata.

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto & JunkiTakegami.

IMDb Rating: 7.2

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Ninjas with KekkeiGenkai begin disappearing from the Hidden Cloud Village, Hidden Mist Village, Hidden Stone Village, and Hidden Sand Village, and blame points toward the Hidden Leaf Village. By Tsunade’s order, Kakashi is sacrificed to prevent an all-out war. After inheriting charms left by Kakashi, Naruto fights through friends and foes to prevent his death while changing the minds of those who’ve inherited the will of fire.


7. Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower (2010)

Director: Masahiko Murata.

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto & JunkiTakegami.

IMDb Rating: 7.0

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Assigned on a mission to capture Mukade, a missing-nin, who has made a trip to the past to assume control over the Five Great Shinobi Countries utilizing Ryukyu’s intensity. Naruto Uzumaki sets out for the once glorious historic ruins of “Ouran”, where he pursues and corners the rogue 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.


8. Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison (2011)

Director: Masahiko Murata

Writers: Akira Higashiyama & Masashi Kishimoto

IMDb Rating: 7.3

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

After being captured for attempting to assassinate the leader of the Hidden Cloud Village, the Raikage, and killing Jounin from Village Hidden in the Mist and Hidden Stone Village, Naruto is imprisoned in Houzukijou(Blood Prison), a criminal containment facility also known as the Blood Prison. The master of the castle, Mui, uses the ultimate imprisonment jutsu to steal power from the prisoners. In this place, something is aiming for Naruto’s life. The battle to prove his innocence and uncover the truth has begun for Naruto and his friends. In the jail, he meets a female ninja called Ryuzetsu from the Hidden Grass Village who uncovers to him that certain individuals from her town outlined her. Naruto must escape from jail and demonstrate his blamelessness.


9. Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie (2012)

Director: Hayato Date

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto

IMDb Rating: 7.7

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Returning home to Village Hidden in the Leaf, the young ninja celebrates defeating a group of supposed Akatsuki members. Naruto Uzumaki and Sakura Haruno, however, feel differently. Naruto is jealous of his comrade’s congratulatory families, wishing for the presence of his own parents. Sakura, on the other hand, is angry at her embarrassing parents and wishes for no parents at all. The two clashes over their opposing ideals, but are faced with a more pressing matter when the masked Madara Uchiha suddenly appears and transports them to an alternate world. In this world, Sakura’s parents are considered heroes—for they gave their lives to protect Village Hidden in the Leaf from the Nine-Tailed Fox attack 16 years ago. Consequently, Naruto’s parents, Minato Namikaze and Kushina Uzumaki are alive and well. Unable to return home or find the masked Madara, Naruto, and Sakura stay in this new world and enjoy the changes they have always longed for. All seems well for the two ninjas until an unexpected threat emerges that pushes Naruto and Sakura to not only fight for the Village Hidden in the Leaf of the alternate world but also to find a way back to their own.


11. The Last: Naruto the Movie (2014)

Director: Tsuneo Kobayashi

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto

IMDb Rating: 7.6

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

Two years have passed since the end of the Fourth Great Ninja War. Konoha Village has remained in a state of peace and harmony—until Sixth Hokage Kakashi Hatake notices the moon is dangerously approaching the Earth, posing the threat of planetary ruin. Amidst the grave ordeal, the Village Hidden in the Leaf is invaded by a new evil, Toneri Otsutuski, who suddenly abducts Hinata Hyuga’s little sister Hanabi. Kakashi dispatches a skilled ninja team comprised of Naruto Uzumaki, Sakura Haruno, Shikamaru Nara, Sai, and Hinata Hyuga in an effort to rescue Hanabi from the diabolical clutches of Toneri. However, during their mission, the team faces several obstacles that challenge them, foiling their efforts. With her abduction, the relationships the team share with one another are tested, and with the world reaching the brink of destruction, they must race against time to ensure the safety of their planet. Meanwhile, as the battle ensues, Naruto is driven to fight for something greater than he has ever imagined—love.


12. Boruto: Naruto the Movie (2015)

Director: Hiroyuki Yamashita & Toshiyuki Tsuru.

Writers: Masashi Kishimoto& Masashi Kishimoto.

IMDb Rating: 7.9

Platform: Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Crunchyroll

The spirited Boruto Uzumaki, son of Seventh Hokage Naruto, is a skilled ninja who possesses the same brashness and passion his father once had. However, the constant absence of his father, who is busy with his Hokage duties, puts a damper on Boruto’s fire. Upon learning that his father will watch the aspiring ninjas who will participate in the upcoming Chunin exams, Boruto is driven to prove to him that he is worthy of his attention. In order to do so, he enlists the help of Naruto’s childhood friend and rival, Sasuke Uchiha. The Chunin exams begin and progress smoothly until suddenly, the Village Hidden in the Leaf is attacked by a new foe that threatens the long-standing peace of the village. Now facing real danger, Naruto and his comrades must work together to protect the future of their cherished home and defeat the evil that terrorizes their world. As this battle ensues, Boruto comes to realize the struggles his father once experienced—and what it truly means to be a ninja.

Abhishek Gupta

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