The February of 2009, Toei Animation announces that as honor to 20 years of Dragon Ball Z will begin the production of a renewed DragonBall Z, named DragonBall Kai. This new anime ... See full summary »
Mr. Satan is challenged to a fight by an old rival, and he is taken to an island where the fight is to be held. Accompanying him are Android 18, who is making sure he doesn't skip town ... See full summary »
Follows the adventures of an extraordinarily strong young boy named Goku as he searches for the seven dragon balls. These balls, when combined, can grant the owner any one wish he desires. ... See full summary »
A short-film, Live-Action version of japanese anime Dragon Ball Z: the Saiya-jin Saga. Featuring the most impacting moments of the fight between the Z Senchi and the Saiya-jin enemies: Raditz, Nappa and Vegeta.
Dr. Lychee may be the last of the Tuffle people, a race that was completely wiped some time ago by the Saiyans. He now plans to take revenge on the remaining Saiyans, Goku, Vegeta, Trunks, ... See full summary »
Seven years have passed since Goku's defeat of Broly, which culminated with Broly being blasted to Earth and frozen over while in a coma. Now, Gohan has grown up, Goten is born, and Goku has died. While Goten, Trunks, and Videl are looking for the dragon balls, they come across a village that is being terrorized by a monster. They decide to help, but as they are waiting for the monster to appear, the sound of Goten's crying causes Broly to regain consciousness, seeking revenge! But, how will the Z warriors repel his might without Goku? Written by
The first Broly film is fantastic. This sequel has flaws, but it still delivers on the action and entertainment.
Good: I like that Gohan is the main character here instead of Goku. Goten and Trunks provide some light-hearted laughs and it is good to see Videl step it up. The fight scenes are good also. The ending scene is great that hearkens back to a classic DBZ moment also involving Gohan.
Bad: Broly is not as intimidating here as he was in the last movie. He mostly just speaks one word (Kakarot) and doesn't strike as much fear here. The comedy does get childish as well with some pee jokes that weren't funny. I also thought the whole subplot with the village was unnecessary.
Overall, it lacked the suspense and intensity of the original, but it still delivered some worthy entertainment for fans of the series.
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