Nin x Nin: Ninja Hattori-Kun The Movie

(Japanese Movie)
Nin x Nin: Ninja Hattori-Kun The Movie (DVD) Japanese Movie

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  • NTSC Fullscreen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese
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  • Title : Nin x Nin: Ninja Hattori-Kun The Movie
  • Listing date : 02 Sep 2007
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Masayuki Suzuki
  • Cast by
  • Shingo Katori , Rena Tanaka , Gori , Yuri Chinen , Keiko Toda , Kazuyuki Asano , Takeshi Masu , Takashi Ukaji , Mikihisa Azuma , Shiro Ito , Tsuyoshi Kusanagi
  • Synopsis
  • Produced by director Suzuki Masayuki and starring SMAP boy-band star Shingo Katori (as Hattori), this films aims squarely at mainstream family audiences and thoroughly succeeds in providing a well-polished and remarkably cast action tale.

    The character of "Ninja Hattori-kun" is well-established in children's anime and appears regularly in television, manga and software productions. Hattori is a pure-hearted yet highly trained and formidable ninja whose contemporary adventures often include important humanitarian lesson for the child or children likewise caught up in the story's action. This live-action version is no different and although the film casts the relatively older Shingo as Hattori, the narrative still has him befriend Kenichi, an 8 year old boy struggling with issues of isolation and inferiority. Shingo's Hattori is SO pure-hearted and urban-naive (this is his first adventure away from his father's mountaintop recluse) that despite differences in stature Hattori and his younger companion basically speak on equal terms.

    Hattori is literally culled from a completely different era, speaking archaic Japanese to the surprise of those who hear him, and is completely befuddled by things such as rice cookers, refrigeration and neon. Thus in many ways Kenichi helps Hattori acclamate to 21st century life while Hattori instructs Kenichi in lessons of confidence and defending oneself.

  • Synopsis
  • Produced by director Suzuki Masayuki and starring SMAP boy-band star Shingo Katori (as Hattori), this films aims squarely at mainstream family audiences and thoroughly succeeds in providing a well-polished and remarkably cast action tale.

    The character of "Ninja Hattori-kun" is well-established in children's anime and appears regularly in television, manga and software productions. Hattori is a pure-hearted yet highly trained and formidable ninja whose contemporary adventures often include important humanitarian lesson for the child or children likewise caught up in the story's action. This live-action version is no different and although the film casts the relatively older Shingo as Hattori, the narrative still has him befriend Kenichi, an 8 year old boy struggling with issues of isolation and inferiority. Shingo's Hattori is SO pure-hearted and urban-naive (this is his first adventure away from his father's mountaintop recluse) that despite differences in stature Hattori and his younger companion basically speak on equal terms.

    Hattori is literally culled from a completely different era, speaking archaic Japanese to the surprise of those who hear him, and is completely befuddled by things such as rice cookers, refrigeration and neon. Thus in many ways Kenichi helps Hattori acclamate to 21st century life while Hattori instructs Kenichi in lessons of confidence and defending oneself.