The Last: the Movie (2014) is the seventh and most effects-heavy feature based on the popular Naruto Shippuden series (it’s the 10th film in the overall Naruto continuity). Naruto Uzumaki (Maile Flanagan), everyone’s favorite ninja and knucklehead, has grown up. Now in his early 20’s, he’s teaching at the Academy where he used to goof off and cut class. The lonely orphan has adoring students and fans. While Naruto may have grown older, he hasn’t exactly matured. He’ll never be the sharpest kunai knife in the arsenal, but he retains his kind heart, his mastery of arcane Ninja skills and his ferocious loyalty to his friends.
All those qualities are put to a monumental test when the ghostly Toneri kidnaps Hinata’s younger sister Hanabi (Colleen O’Shaughnessey). Toneri plans to destroy the Earth, which he sees as the corrupt, debased embodiment of the failed plans of the Sage of the Six Paths. Toneri interferes with the orbit of the moon, causing meteors to bombard the ninja villages, presaging a collision between the celestial bodies. To complete this grandiose plot, Toneri needs the Byakugan, a magical power that resides in the eyes of members of Hinata’s clan
Naruto and Hinata set out to rescue Hanabi, joined by three of the Hidden Leaf Village’s most skillful warriors: medical ninja Sakura ; Sai , who creates magical creatures from his drawings; and Shikamaru (Tom Gibis), who can use shadows as weapons. In the course of their mission, the ninjas travel to the moon via a supernatural cavern. During that voyage, Naruto revisits many of his memories of Hinata and director Tsuneo Kobayashi …Full info..Here