Blu-Ray naruto_the_last_movie

Published on July 25th, 2015 | by fOOt


The Last: Naruto the Movie | 10bit | BD-720p [SolidAce]

The moon is beginning to fall, and at the rate it’s going, it is doomed to fall on the Earth. The countdown for the survival of the planet begins. Among the havoc, Hinata’s younger sister Hanabi is captured by the mysterious enemy, Toneri Ootsutsuki. Naruto must overcome great danger on a mission to save Hanabi and the world along with Hinata, Sai, Shikamaru, and Sakura is their final story. “The final story is a first love.”


Encode Info

Video: 720p 10-bit x264 @ CRF 23 | Audio: Japanese 2 Channel AAC
Subtitles: English Hardsubbed | Avg file size: ~ 624 MB / Ep.
Fansub: Unknown | Encoded by: fOOt


Naruto – Movie: The Last – (624 MB): DDLTorrent

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  • Ironclad17

    Great encode, but the demonii tracker is unreliable, and I don’t think
    these projects get a lot of exposure (seeds) from just this site. I was
    hoping project-gxs could maybe use nyaatorrents or bakabt as well?

    • Havent tried BakaBT but nyaa keeps on deleting our torrents!

      • Ironclad17

        Have you been labeling them as re-encodes? A few are still up.

      • ∂εмσ

        Nyaa owns BakaBT.. So, if Nyaa deleted your torrents, then I guess you have a lower chance in BakaBT.. Also, BakaBT approves only the big sized torrents saying they need to maintain quality which really pisses me off.. Too many rules there..
        You might want to check out Animetorrents.. The site is good which approves encoded small size torrents..

        • Ironclad17

          “Nyaa owns BakaBT” That was an April Fools prank. BakaBT prioritizes fidelity, but they allow alternative versions since not everyone wants 1080p FLAC. They still have terrible xvid encodes for a lot of older works even.

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