Naruto Episode 65
The fast-paced, fluidly animated action is the highlight of this episode, and even if a chunk of the material is lifted directly from the film version, it's one of the series' best battle episodes to date. In previous installments, the general aesthetics made it pretty clear which scenes were taken from the movie and which were original material, but it's a little harder to make that distinction this time around, as the TV visuals are on par with the film's. If not for the fact that a fair portion of the action is technically preexisting footage (with the addition of Momoshiki's new character design), episode 65 would merit a comparison to the Naruto vs. Sasuke fights from the parent series.
Naruto Episode 65
Even with all the frenetic action, the episode finds room for just the right amount of schmaltz. Boruto and Naruto combining their Rasengans into a massive ball of energy is arguably this arc's most emotionally resonant moment. Not only is it a visually arresting display, it's also symbolic of Naruto and Boruto setting aside their differences and working toward a common goal. At various points throughout the episode, the Uzumakis find themselves in awe of each other's combat proficiency, and by the end, it feels as if Boruto has a newfound respect for his old man. The seeds for this development were planted in the last installment, but this episode marks the true resolution to all of the misunderstandings and mistakes that almost drove them apart irrevocably. Whether these two will continue to get along remains to be seen, but it would certainly make sense for the events of this arc to have a lasting impact on their relationship.
In light of Urashiki's absence this week, it stands to reason that they're saving him for future stories. Given the time spent building him up as a threat, it's disappointing that he didn't factor into the final battle. Also, using the Otsuotsukis as antagonists so often kind of diminishes their mystique and makes them seem like less substantial a threat. Lack of Urashiki aside, episode 65 is an action-packed rollercoaster ride that's likely to entertain fans across the board. Even if you've seen the movie multiple times, the small-screen version of this fight is not to be missed.
An epic battle between beloved heroes and a powerful villain will soon reach its climax in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 65. Meanwhile, the scheduled release of the said episode was moved to a later date to give way to a special telecast.
Avid viewers of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations will have to wait until next week to watch the anime's next episode. The small screen adaptation of the popular manga was preempted to give way to the release of the special Pokemon movie countdown for the film Pokemon: Everyone's Story. Scheduled to air on July 12, the said movie countdown broadcast bumped the release schedule of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 65 to July 19.
The winning blow in the upcoming Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 65 will come from Naruto and Boruto who will find a way to free them from the shadow paralysis. Titled "Father and Son," the said episode will also feature Naruto eventually defeating Momoshiki with a powerful Rasengan attack.
Hopes were through the roof for this episode after seeing that Studio Pierrot actually tapped a talent overseas with American animation Spencer Wan surprisingly brought on to help animate the episode, but what was even more impressive was what director Chengxi Huang infused into the battles. 041b061a72