Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Naruto Shippuden: The Movie is a 2007 anime movie featuring the titular teen ninja whose TV show is on Disney XD in America. For younger viewers not well-versed in anime -- especially those who might have a hard time keeping up with the English subtitles -- the intricacies of the plot could be a bit much to comprehend. There is animated and martial arts-style violence throughout, including a scene in which a warrior slits open his chest so a spirit can enter him. In another scene, a young character behaves in an intoxicated manner after eating a chocolate ball filled with whiskey. There also are a few rare instances of Naruto cursing: "bastard," "hell," and "damn." With all this taken into consideration, this movie is best for older tweens and up, especially for those who are big anime fans.
Cartoonish violence throughout. Battle scenes. A man slits open his chest so a spirit can enter him.
"Bastard," "hell," "damn."
Self-control and keeping one's temper are positive attributes.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A character acts intoxicated after eating a chocolate ball filled with whiskey.