I agree, but Kishimoto tended to write himself into a hole in most situations since he didn't really think of the end result of an action until later. I'm sure what he ended up thinking was "I want the next ark of this to start with a certain mood in mind" and focused more on the end of the village's stigma towards Naruto. Personally I didn't see even the slightest amount of chemistry between Naruto and Hinata, which made the movie in which they confess to each other feel like blatant fan service.
Berserk 2016 was an absolute tragedy in every way, at least it was perfect for memes. :u
I pray Vinland Saga doesnt suffer the same fate. I'd be devastated
Rem getting rejected. For once an anime to actually have the MC end up with someone unexpected would be awesome and different, but no....
Pretty much every time an anime has been made into live action
I second berserk 2016.