Latest “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” trailers revealed Boruto Uzumaki showing off his Rasengan to Sasuke, the progress of Konohagakure, and Naruto Uzumaki’s success as a Hokage. However, are Naruto’s accomplishments worth it? Read on for more details.
The tenth trailer of “Boruto: Naruto the Movie,” shown via Saiyan Island, disclosed a handful of details about the upcoming movie. It was especially about the developments Naruto made for Konohagakure or Hidden Leaf Village.
The trailer showed the Hidden Leaf Village having skyscraper buildings behind the sculptured faces of the previous Hokages. The village also started operating their very first train transportation, which Naruto inaugurated.
It also showed Naruto’s day-to-day task as a Hokage: multitasking in a library through his Kage Bunshin no Jutsu or Shadow Clone technique, inspecting a project while on board his zeppelin, television interviews, and others. It seemed Naruto was having the time of his life.
However, Naruto’s relationship with his son Boruto seemed to fall apart. Along the trailer, it showed Boruto always angry at his father.
Buroto somehow felt neglected due to Naruto always busy working as a Hokage. This led him to rebel and desire to surpass his father.
The eighth trailer of “Boruto: Naruto the Movie,” shown in a separate report by Saiyan Island, featured Boruto showing off his Rasengan to his trainer Sasuke Uchiha. Sasuke saw Boruto’s striking resemblance to Naruto. It was not only in terms of appearance but skill and attitude when his student was able to pull off the powerful technique.
This would surely threaten Sarada Uchiha since she wants to be a Hokage. However, Boruto does not want to be the next Hokage but instead become a powerful ninja who would support the Hokage in the shadows, somewhat similar to Sasuke.
It seemed peace was attained in the Shinobi world. But underneath the shadow lurks two powerful enemies that needed the unity of Naruto, Sasuke, Boruto, and Sarada.
“Boruto: Naruto the Movie” is set to be released in North America on Oct. 10, 2015.
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