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The Lingering Will, for those of you who forgot, is the will of Terra trapped and confined within his Keyblade Armor, which now has a mind of its own. We see the Will fight Terra-nort at the end of BBS in a last ditch effort, but ultimately fail and be left in the Keyblade Graveyard all by itself. Later in KHIIFM (and I believe it was confirmed as canon, but I'm not sure), Sora, Donald, and Goofy enter a portal in Disney Castle that transports them to the Graveyard, where they encounter LW. The Will notices that Sora is wielding the Keyblade even though he originally meant for it to be for Riku back in BBS, and he then suspects that he is Xehanort. After the fight, he recognizes that Sora is carrying Ventus's heart and goes back to his stance, still carrying hatred for Xehanort. Now the reason I believe the Lingering Will will have a role to play in KHIII is simple: he has a part of Terra in him, and it is his Keyblade Armor, which means it can be used as a powerful ally to Sora's team and against the True Organization. Also, if the time comes when Terra and Master Xehanort are split apart from Terra-nort, Terra can regain his armor and a part of his power. I'm pretty sure Terra, Aqua, and Ventus are going to use their Keyblade Armor in KHIII, so this would be crucial. Besides, for all we know, getting the armor back may play a role in getting the original Terra back. The "Will" of somebody isn't really touched upon nor given the same importance as the Heart or even the Body, however, it's still a part of Terra and I doubt it can be just left behind in the Keyblade Graveyard. It's not really much, I know, but it is still something to think about. Tell me what you think.
So for my second official review, I've decided to switch from comic book film to anime film. Also, I probably won't be lumping together movies in a single franchise and reviewing them all at once, as it can probably be told here. I just find it easier to review one movie at a time so I can focus better and deliver a better review overall. Also, since SOMEBODY (who shall remain nameless) told me that my reviewing style in my Spider Man movie trilogy thread was bad, I'm doing this to also improve upon that. And while I thank you, mysterious person, for pointing that out, next time don't be such a jackass about it. Kthxbye. But anyways, today's review will be on the third Naruto Shippuden movie and the sixth overall Naruto movie, “The Will Of Fire”, and I can honestly say before I even begin the review that this is my favorite Naruto movie of all time. Now, the review will be kept inside a spoiler tag so I can freely talk about the movie's elements without openly spoiling anything in particular. I recommend people who haven't already watched the movie to watch the movie before reading this: Okay so maybe this wasn't the best thing for me to review considering how overly one-sided I might sound but... oh, God, I can't help it! This movie is just too good people! I recommend it to people who are fans of Naruto and people who just like watching anime movies in general. Both audiences will be pleased with what they get. So yeah, here's the review. Its my opinion and I'm sticking to it. And quite frankly, I think I did this better than the Spider Man thread, so I'm happy.