One peaceful day on Earth, two remnants of Freeza's army named Sorube and Tagoma arrive searching for the Dragon Balls with the aim of reviving Freeza. They succeed, and Freeza subsequently seeks revenge on the Saiya-jin.
After the God of Destruction Beerus decided to not destroy the Earth, the planet is back again in peace. But, Sorube and Tagoma, previous Freeza's servants, decide to revive his leader using the Dragon Balls. Succesful in his plan, Freeza decides to return to earth to start his revenge against the Saiya-jin who humiliated him once.
The Five Angels of Hell who guard Frieza are voiced by the Japanese musical group Momoiro Clover Z. The group started out as simply Momoiro Clover, but added Z to the title after "Dragon Ball Z". See more »
9-year-old son says: Frieza said to Broly that he wanted Goku's 'blood on his hands' when this movie has no blood. See more »
It's planet 448, sir. The native uprising has gotten worse, we can't keep them down much longer.
Fine. Then send more soldiers.
That's the trouble, sir. With all the fighting on other worlds, we barely have any to spare.
What? Ugh... Damn it. Disengaged, disengaged.
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There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: the Angels of Hell welcome Frieza back. See more »
One Of the Best DBZ Movies, with The Best action Scenes
Two Years after the Battle Of Gods film which i thought was an utter trash for various reasons :from a childish story to the huge amounts of stupid really stupid fan service to a disappointing final fight, the only good thing about the film was the introduction of Beerus and the idea of the destruction god, Now this comes out,and this is one of the best DBZ movies ever made, it has all what you want from a DBZ movie and more: the plot is simple but good and entertaining, Frieza is as amazing and menacing as ever, and the animation and action is a superb as dbz has ever been, it is a true showcase of creating fight scenes , it cannot get any better than this when it comes to action animation, it blends the super powers bad ass fighting scenes with great hand to hand combat and superb choreography. it is action packed and straight to the point , and the humor scenes and jokes are not layered thick or forced just to be there , they come at the right time in the right amount, the ending also has a nice twist also. I am a DBZ fan , but i am not one of those fans that would love anything related to what he/she loves just because i am a fanboy, NO!, if it is good it is good if not then i will bash it, but this film is one of the good dbz films and a great if not the best when it comes to fighting scenes and animation, if you like and love the show this film is great , if you are not familiar with DBZ or you don't like the show but like fighting scenes and action you will like it too. as a DBZ film this is a 9/10 film as an anime fighting film this is 1 9.5 or 10/10 film as an anime film this is 1 6 or 7/10 film
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