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On sale for $9.99 this week. Select store pickup for an additional $1 off.

Add the Blu-ray to cart, in cart select shipping first and proceed to checkout, and as stock permits, it'll give you $1 off at checkout for picking up in store (if it doesn't work try the same method in mobile site, not app)

The Last: Naruto the Movie [bestbuy.com] (Blu-ray + DVD)

Also on sale for $8.99 w/ store pickup discount:

Boruto: Naruto The Movie [bestbuy.com] (Blu-ray + DVD)

Amazon matched the $9.99 price:

Boruto: Naruto The Movie [amazon.com] (Blu-ray + DVD)
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I enjoyed Boruto more than the Last...the childhood scarf thing was weird for me...i get its part of the red knot of destiny whatever but they just threw it in there.
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Waits for collection release.

1st wave movie collection
https://www.amazon.com/Naruto-Shi...E9KD4T5K07
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The Boruto movie takes place at the time of the chuunin exam, which the anime has only just caught up to. If you're not caught up (or doesn't follow the anime), then you should wait until you are before watching.
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So much anime that I have no clue on, so I will have to pass. Apart from Studio Ghibli, the movie Akira, and a handful of other Japanese anime like the 3 Final Fantasy CGI movies, I don't know one anime from the other. They could be great or terrible, but there's nowhere cheap enough to rent them, and even if a few were on Netflix or Amazon Prime, I wouldn't know which are worth watching. The same problem happens when there are a load of 99 cent rentals on Amazon or Vudu. There are just too many movies and not enough time to watch them all, and it's hard to judge by reviews. Easiest thing is to pass and move along.
VRV (Crunchyroll) has some anime on there for free too..yes there are a ton of anime out there. Most will agree that the classic/og Toonami block from the 90's https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programs_broadcast_by_Toonami#TOM's_blocks_(1999%E2%80%932004) is a good start.

Such shows as Dragonball Z, Big O, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, Gundam Wing, Rurouni Kenshin, Tenchi Muyo, Ronin Warriors, etc.
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Such shows as Dragonball Z, Big O, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, Gundam Wing, Rurouni Kenshin, Tenchi Muyo, Ronin Warriors, etc.
How to tell a 90's anime fan LMAOlaugh out loud
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How to tell a 90's anime fan LMAOlaugh out loud
Obviously? They literally said '90s' in the explanation.
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So much anime that I have no clue on, so I will have to pass. Apart from Studio Ghibli, the movie Akira, and a handful of other Japanese anime like the 3 Final Fantasy CGI movies, I don't know one anime from the other. They could be great or terrible, but there's nowhere cheap enough to rent them, and even if a few were on Netflix or Amazon Prime, I wouldn't know which are worth watching. The same problem happens when there are a load of 99 cent rentals on Amazon or Vudu. There are just too many movies and not enough time to watch them all, and it's hard to judge by reviews. Easiest thing is to pass and move along.
Thats like saying there are too many Reality TV shows, or too many Dramas and you don't know what to watch, aside from [GAME OF THRONES] that everyone is watching, its better to just pass and move along

Anyways to each their own, who has time to watch TV, cartoons, or anime anyways, I'm too busy between work/life/avengers movies
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The Boruto movie takes place at the time of the chuunin exam, which the anime has only just caught up to. If you're not caught up (or doesn't follow the anime), then you should wait until you are before watching.
I disagree. The events from Boruto before the Chunin exam have all been filler-like. The Mizukage has been reduced to a Newbie - not like the character in Boruto movie. I wholeheartedly recommend the Boruto Movie as a stand-alone movie. Definitely the best of all Naruto/Boruto stories. You should definitely catch up on Naruto before you see this movie - but no need to waste your time (still somewhat passable) on Boruto weekly episodes.
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the first episode of boruto was filler. fark it.
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Awesome! A movie about Boruto's dad!
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Thats like saying there are too many Reality TV shows, or too many Dramas and you don't know what to watch, aside from [GAME OF THRONES] that everyone is watching, its better to just pass and move along

Anyways to each their own, who has time to watch TV, cartoons, or anime anyways, I'm too busy between work/life/avengers movies
That's sad but true. There are too many movies and TV shows in every category so it's really hard to know what's worth watching or buying. Sometimes passing and moving along is the right choice. That's what I do with all Japanese anime besides Studio Ghibli for now. I pass on all reality TV shows. I still haven't watched GoT even though I own the first 5 seasons on Bluray. For those who work, it really does suck away one's time and life force.
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