490) Remember, when Gaara died, he just turned 2 tails. Actually, this is elaborated in the last light novel. No, I don’t think those are just ordinary memories. Unless, you also have feelings for him/her all along. Why do you thing Sakura encourage Hinata in the first place. (as what Ugamy Rain said before) While Naruto was unconscious and Sakura’s healing him.. Blockhead” (cause Naruto repeatedly said “Hinata”) This only means one thing: Sakura knew that Naruto loved Hinata all along.When Jiraiya and Kakashi died, he did not even transform. “Maybe he transformed because of the shock that his friend attacked right in front of him” or “the seal is weakening” Hinata triggered the worst feelings that Naruto ever felt. Because Naruto did not fall for Hinata in the movie. Remember, he did not know the meaning of loving someone until the Genjutsu trap. Thanks animecontinuum for the translation: “So if that is a Genjutsu… It’s more like my dreams and memories were mixed together. Sakura’s statement not only meant that Naruto finally understands Hinata’s feelings. (Actually, the latter is more appropriate because of the context of the scene. Conclusion: the movie does not contradict the manga.While Hinata is unsure who's name to write, she sees Naruto making a paper plane with his paper, which leads him to be scolded by Iruka.
Even though the seal is weak, it still needs enough force/level of rage for Naruto to transform. Does that mean the relationship between Naruto and Hinata is forced in the movie? And so about Hinata, does that mean that I also…” Naruto blushed involuntarily and for an instant, he looked at Hinata. Remember, Naruto kept repeating Hinata’s name, before Sakura said he finally got it) When/how did Naruto fall for Hinata? It actually supported our theory before: Naruto had feelings for Hinata all along.
The situation clearly shows that Naruto have strong connection (love) for Hinata. No, he’s not talking about Hinata’s feelings, he's talking about Naruto's. Clearly, the trap does not forced Naruto to love Hinata. Naruto didn't fall in love with Hinata in the movie, he was actually already in love with her. He always thought that loving ramen and loving a person was the same thing, so he never really thought much about it.
He’s just stupid or dense that’s why he didn't know it was romantic love, and The Last movie explained this (that he cannot distinguish the difference between love of ramen and loving a person). He used to look at Hinata sometimes, and he knew she felt something for him.
Mission timeline: Day 1: The team goes to a snowy place, goes to the genjutsu lake, Toneri ask Hinata’s hand, Naruto became bashful, and Naruto saw Hinata knitting the scarf. In The Last: Naruto the Movie, Naruto told Hinata he loved her, but truly he had feelings for her.
Seeing this, Hinata happily writes Naruto's name on her paper.' Naruto turned 6-tails after Pain attacked Hinata.
Hence, Hinata is the trigger of the transformation (as what Naruto confirmed in chapter.
Naruto is in love with Hinata throughout the whole story of Naruto, he's so stupid he didn't realized it as "love" since those flashbacks happened in their mission in the movie.
Started when Hinata was saved by Naruto since they were young it started there.
Then at the end of the movie, he takes Hinata and starts blasting his Rasengan like that they can move faster.