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Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan (1993)


9/10: Great DBZ movie with a hilarious foundation
Saturday, June 17, 2017

Dragon Ball has always promised us a few things: great fight scenes, a hungry protagonist, evil villains and hilarious sub-plots/filler. This movie, for me, captures basically all of these. The movie starts with Chi-Chi trying to put on a good impression for a school she wants Gohan to get into. Seeing Goku in a suit trying to pass off reading as one of his hobbies is hilarious enough, but seeing Krillin try and do karaoke is the icing on the cake!When we are finally greeted with the main plot of this movie, we are introduced to Broly and his father. They attempt to convince Vegeta that they are trying to resurrect a new planet Vegeta and want him to be their bountiful master. They take him and a bunch of the other Z-fighters with them. However, they tell him of a legendary super saiyan who needs to be dealt with. Of course, with a movie...

6/10: Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan Review
Friday, September 9, 2016

Dragon Ball Z: Broly-The Legendary Super Saiyan(1993) Starring: Eric Vale, Bin Shimada, Ryō Horikawa, Mayumi Tanakam, Toshio Furukawa, Masako Nozawa, Naoko Watanabe, Hiromi Tsuru, and Kōhei Miyauchi Review You know for a guy who doesn't like Dragon Ball and sees it as a joke thanks to that 2009 live action film I freaking enjoyed myself with this picture. It was tons of fun. In this Dragon Ball film it introduces the super-villain Broly into the franchise. When a spaceship touches down during a picnic, the saiyan Paragus tries to persuade Vegeta to rule the new planet Vegeta. There, Vegeta enlists Paragus's powerful son, Broly, to help him investigate a series of interplanetary attacks. But when Broly comes face to face with Goku, his long buried rage sends shockwaves through the universe. This films was purpose I believe was to go along with the dragonball storyline for fans while being enjoyable for other kids who didn...

8/10: The only Dragonball Z movie that actually feels like a movie
Sunday, July 25, 2010

This Dragonball Z movie actually has a very decent runtime of an hour and nine minutes. That may not seem like a long movie, but compared to other Z movies it is a nice bit of time indeed. Why does the simple increase of length help the movie? Well for one thing they had time to set up the movie while still having a decent fight at the end that is just not another 2 minute fight where someone powers up and decimates their opponent like in the first film with Cooler. This one has a strange mysterious alien getting Vegeta to his planet. He is a Saiyan and he wishes that his prince return to the new Vegeta planet. Well he is not really interested until told of the legendary Super Saiyan warrior creating havoc. The thought of challenging this warrior leads Vegeta onto the ship to the new planet with quite a few Z warriors in tow. A...

10/10: Taking the Word "Legendary" to a Whole New Level
Saturday, December 14, 2019

I'm currently binge watching all the Dragon Ball films with Broly in them to celebrate the 1 year birthday of Dragon Ball Super: Broly. This is the first of the four-movie set, and by far one of the best Dragon Ball Z movies.At the start of the movie, we are introduced to Paragus, who warns Vegeta of the Legendary Super Saiyan and persuades him to rule New Planet Vegeta. Goku is also warned of the threat by King Kai, and Goku, being the guy who likes strong opponents, sets out to find him.Shockingly enough, after a duel between titans, Goku later finds out that Broly, his neighbor in the maternity ward, is the Legendary Super Saiyan. What follows is one of the longest battles in the Dragon Ball franchise, and Vegeta going through a mid-life crisis.I like how Takao Koyama and Akira Toriyama both made this Broly a force to be reckoned with, and...

10/10: The Best DBZ film
Monday, April 19, 2010

This is the longest DBZ film at just over 70 minutes, but is it also the best?? I'm sure any fan of the series who's watched this movie has asked themselves this question. It is indeed possible. Funimation has, just like all the other (45-51 minute films) films, re-released it beautifully remastered and seen the way it was meant to be. Also it is unedited so you'll see all the details of the Legendary Super Saiyan's background. Perhaps that is why it is pretty damn close to being the best if not so. The story goes pretty deep into the history of these villains, deeper into the barbarity and violent nature of the saiyans themselves. The screenplay makes you wait for the final confrontation but when the action does start it never lets up. Fueling the intense fight is incredibly bad-ass music by Pantera, Doosu, Haji and several other bands. Not to mention...

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