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Naruto, Vol. 20: Light Vs. Dark

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/29/2008
  • UPC: 782009237426
  • Source: Viz Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Time: 1:28:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Naruto, Vol. 20: Light vs. Dark
1. Open [1:30]
2. Part A [12:30]
3. Part B [7:02]
4. Close [:29]
5. Preview [:33]
1. Open [1:30]
2. Part A [9:35]
3. Part B [9:57]
4. Close [:29]
5. Preview [:33]
1. Open [1:30]
2. Part A [9:21]
3. Part B [10:11]
4. Close [:30]
5. Preview [:33]
1. Open [1:30]
2. Part A [9:15]
3. Part B [10:17]
4. Close [:30]
5. Preview [:33]
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Disc #1 -- Naruto, Vol. 20: Light vs. Dark
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   Episodes
      Episode 77: Light vs. Dark - The Two Faces of Gaara
      Episode 78: Naruto's Ninja Handbook
      Episode 79: Beyond the Limit of Darkness and Light
      Episode 80: The Third Hokage, Forever...
   Extras
      Trailers
      Manga
      Toonami Jetstream
      Video Games
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2012

    I never know how a ninja have the courage to face other clans,

    I never know how a ninja have the courage to face other clans, until I watched Naruto. When watching Naruto it made me reailse that life is hard but when you have a goal to active you don’t stop until the mission is complete. The reason that Naruto is good because of the action that it has and the sadness too. Naruto was a kid that has a nine-tailed demon fox in side of him. He always been bullied by other kids and always been avoided. It’s all because of the demon fox that other people don’t like him. That’s why when Naruto grew older he wants other kids to recognize him. He did lots of naughty stuff like not listening to teacher. One day he got into a group and they went on a mission to help an old man but when Naruto got attacked he was sacred. It was his first mission and would he be able to pull it off or he would just lets his team do all the work.
    When something is about to happen there is a special sound affect and a song plays. When Naruto appear the song plays because he is the charter of the story. When Naruto tried to finish a person off a sound affect happens. The sound affect made everything looks cooler and better with it. The charters are always right there at the right time when something is about to happen.
    Naruto always finish things at the end of every fight. My family really like the movie because it is good action and some sad at some parts. This movie is good for kids because Naruto always do the imposable but he never gives up and he keep on trying until he got it. Naruto never gives up not until he tried it first. I would rate this a family and kids favorite.
    Naruto fights and fights bad people on his mission and someone want the demon inside him. They want to use the demon to destroy Naruto village. Would Naruto gets stronger and be able to protect his self or would he be able to protect his village. Watch Naruto to find out if he can projected his self and his village at the same time.

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