Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison

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Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison
Naruto Shippuden 5 Blood Prison poster.jpg
Japanese film poster
Directed byMasahiko Murata
Produced byFukashi Azuma
Naoji Hōnokidani
Written byAkira Higashiyama
StarringJunko Takeuchi
Mie Sonozaki
Masaki Terasoma
Yūichi Nakamura
Music byYasuharu Takanashi
Production
company
Distributed byToho
Release date
  • July 27, 2011 (2011-07-27) (Japan)
  • February 18, 2014 (2014-02-18) (United States)
Running time
108 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Budget$9.1 million (United States)
Box office¥800 million
(US$9.1 million)

Naruto the Movie: Blood Prison (劇場版 NARUTO-ナルト- ブラッド・プリズン, Gekijōban Naruto: Buraddo Purizun) is a 2011 Japanese animated film based on Masashi Kishimoto's manga and anime series. It was released in Japan on July 27, 2011, in North America on February 18, 2014 and in Indonesia on April 19, 2015.[1] The theme song "Otakebi" is performed by Yusuke Kamiji.

Plot[edit]

Naruto Uzumaki is arrested and sent to Hozuki Castle (鬼灯城, Hoozuki Jou) in the Hidden Grass Village, after he is mistakenly declared responsible for attacking the Fourth Raikage.

Mui (無為), the head of the prison, places the Sky Prison Control (天牢を使う, Tenrou o Tsukau) seal on Naruto and limits his chakra. Ryūzetsu (竜舌), a Hidden Grass Black Ops member, tells him that Mui used Hot Water villager Kazan to frame Naruto, and Mui's son Muku (無垢) was sacrificed and sealed into the Box of Paradise ten years ago. During the prison riot, Mui uses Naruto's fox chakra to unlock the box, only for the resurrected Muku to be possessed by the demon Satori (悟り) and invade the castle. Naruto and his friends fail to defeat Satori, but the dying Mui seals it within Muku with the formula and the victim returns to the box. As the group recapture the survived prisoners, Ryūzetsu dies using Dragon Life Reincarnation to save Naruto. The heroes then interred her and Mui, and place the sealed box at sea.

Tsunade informs the team that Naruto's false arrest was rehearsed.

Voice cast[edit]

Character Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Naruto Uzumaki Junko Takeuchi Maile Flanagan
Sakura Haruno Chie Nakamura Kate Higgins
Kakashi Hatake Kazuhiko Inoue Dave Wittenberg
Yamato Rikiya Koyama Troy Baker
Tsunade Masako Katsuki Debi Mae West
Shikamaru Nara Showtaro Morikubo Tom Gibis
Choji Akimichi Kentarō Itō Robbie Rist
Kiba Inuzuka Kōsuke Toriumi Kyle Hebert
Neji Hyūga Kōichi Tōchika Steve Staley
Tenten Yukari Tamura Danielle Judovits
Gamabunta Hiroshi Naka Michael Sorich
Fourth Raikage Hideaki Tezuka Beau Billingslea
Killer Bee Hisao Egawa Catero Colbert
Samui Hikari Yono Cindy Robinson
Omoi Kunihiro Kawamoto Ogie Banks
Karui Yuka Komatsu Danielle Nicolet
Mui Masaki Terasoma Matthew Mercer
Ryūzetsu Mie Sonozaki Carrie Keranen
Muku/Satori Yūichi Nakamura
Kengo Kawanishi (child)
Grant George
Bryce Papenbrook (child)
Kazan Kōsei Hirota Steve Staley
Maroi Takaya Kamikawa Andrew Kishino
Maito Gai Masashi Ebara Skip Stellrecht
Sai Satoshi Hino Ben Diskin
Rock Lee Yoichi Masukawa Brian Donovan

Home media[edit]

The film was released on DVD on April 25, 2012.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-08-05. Retrieved 2013-07-13.

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