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The Naruto The Movie: Ninja Clash In The Land Of Snow

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646f9e108c Naruto and his team are hired to protect a young actress from three rogue warriors in the Land of the Snow.
After a rousing game of hide-n-seek with Konohamaru, Naruto and the gang are on the next big mission. Their task is to escort the beautiful actress Fujimi Yukihime to a far off mountain where the sequel to last summer's mega box office smash hit movie is being filmed. Upon their arrival, ghosts show up and try to scare everyone anyway from the movie set. Everyone is confused why they would want the movie to stop being made; so Naruto and the gang vow to find out who is behind the scaring and capture them.
In this movie, we follow the adventures of a princess from a land of eternal winter. She was forced to flee her kingdom after her father wisely sealed up all the countries wealth in a vault somewhere, and her uncle cruelly took over to restore both economic and military prosperity as well as bring back springtime to the land (which was also somehow sealed away). It turns out that the key to the vault is a crystal the former king gave his daughter before she fled. She arrives in a nearby nation where she immediately goes into hiding by becoming the MOST FAMOUS MOVIE ACTRESS OF THE NATION. The villain pretty much immediately identifies her since it&#39;s the equivalent of finding out that Robert Downey Junior was really an exiled king in hiding.<br/><br/>Her producer, who is actually a former servant of hers, decides to trick her into going back to her homeland by having a movie take place there. After she tries to flee so she doesn&#39;t have to risk certain death for the sake of cinematic art, he hires the main characters, a trio of ninjas and their teacher, to knock her out, kidnap her, and put her on a boat to her old country against her will. Also, the teacher steals the key to the wealth of her nation from her and replaces it with a fake he just happened to have lying about. <br/><br/>After trying to escape from her ninja escorts, and literally being carried back against her will, she is then kidnapped by the villain who gives her food and wine, and even refuses to kill her after she freakin&#39; stabs him in the chest. In fact, in the entire movie the only people the villain kills are a bunch of idiots who charge at his knife-shooting train wielding swords and screaming like idiots. Even the main character, having failed in an assassination attempt, is merely locked up. <br/><br/>Anyways, at the end he releases springtime back into the land, turning the snow to grass, the sun to come out, and rainbows to shine. However, after releasing the effects but immediately before they came into effect, he is beaten up, and the princess takes all the credit for it. The heroes leave the princess in charge of the nation she wanted nothing to do with, and the villain is presumed dead, having saved them all from an endless winter. So, all things considered, it&#39;s a happy ending!<br/><br/>In all seriousness though, this isn&#39;t that much of an exaggeration. The princess acts like a jerk the whole movie, and has legitimate reasons to do so (kidnapping, threat of assassination, nobody listening to her) but her complaints are completely unrelated to those. The main characters do every single thing I said. And while the villain DOES act like a jerk (he IS the villain after all), his overall goal seems to be bringing back spring to the land. I finished this movie very con

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