an exciting film for all ages and fans of Naruto and anime
Boruto: Naruto the Movie is the latest Naruto film based on the manga by Masashi Kishimoto and is part of the official canon of the Naruto manga, set after the events of the series, not just a filler movie, fans of anime (Naruto fans) will enjoy most definitely.
Boruto is an upset child due to the fact that his father concentrates more on his Hokage duties than their family. Set 15 years after the main series, Naruto Uzumaki is the Seventh Hokage of Hidden Leaf Village, harmony has been realized pushing it to become a large city with all the latest developments in technology. The Naruto verse right now has taken steps forward in technology with computers, TVs and portable gaming devices. Some inventors have also come up with devices that enable those without chakra (ninja life force) to used powerful jutsu and attacks using miniature scrolls, but this new modern way is shunned by Naruto the 7th Hokage.
Naruto is married to Hinata Hyuga and they have two children, Boruto and Himawari Uzumaki. Boruto the protagonist is a Genin in a team under Konohamaru with Sasuke and Sakura’s daughter, Sarada, and a mysterious boy called Mitsuki as his teammates.
It begins with a vicious clash between Sasuke and the new enemies, Kinshiki and his master Momoshiki who has the ability to steal chakra and jutsu. The artistry is on top, too stunning, and the fight scenes well-choreographed (some part you’ll have to rewind again and again to enjoy its epicness). The preceding Naruto film lacked great action scenes but it had a well expressed love tale, but Boruto the movie balanced the plot with extreme action scenes that will keep the fans in love with the film.