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Naruto, Vol. 2 - Dangerous Mission! (2005)

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As the popular fantasy-adventureNarutocontinues, the title character, Sosuke, and Sakura pass the grueling final exam given by Kakashi-sensei... barely. Kakashi stresses the importance of teamwork, but his novices have a lot to learn. Sakura's crush … see full wiki

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1 review about Naruto, Vol. 2 - Dangerous Mission! (2005)

No More Childish Games

  • Mar 12, 2006
After all of the controversy over the first volume of Naruto you know and you don't know what to expect on volume two. You know this DVD will have bad voice acting and all of the violence and bad words will be cut out of it. So for those of you who have already seen the import will be expected to stay far away from this second volume. For you newcomers this is what is on volume two and trust me it's nothing nice.

Naruto and his new pals Sasuke and Sakura are tired of being treated like kiddy ninja's and they want a real mission worthy of the talent they think they have. Kakashi gives them what they want and gives them the simple task of escorting the bridge builder Tazuna to the land of waves. This sounds simple to them but it is far from easy and the crew is in for some good training. They are attacked by the infamous Zabuza Momochi and he has a surprise guest for them all. This DVD is the beginning of some of the best duels you will see on Naruto.

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