Lvenger's Review of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

Having made several blogs and threads about news regarding this film, I figured I should write a review of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. This is probably the last blog I’ll write for a while so I figured should do another review of a movie and I chose this one. Mainly because I finally found a good quality decently subbed video of the film in question which I’ve linked in the first sentence for those of you who may be interested or want to watch a well subbed copy of Battle of Gods even if like myself, you’d already read the synopsis and know what’s going to happen. As such, this review will cover SPOILERS in relation to major plot points about Battle of the Gods so I figure I should get that out the way to divert anyone who doesn’t want to be spoiled. For those still here, I shall begin.

Firstly, let me begin by talking about the story which should be the main meat and substance of a film. To summarise in short, Bills, the film’s antagonist and the God of Destruction in the DBZ universe has awoken after a 39 year ‘nap’ to find a foe that is supposedly a threat to him and his godly power. Its name is the Super Saiyan God. He sets off to find Goku, who is on King Kai’s planet training, after his aide, Whis, informed him that Frieza had been killed by this Saiyan. Meanwhile, the rest of the DBZ cast are celebrating Bulma’s 38th birthday at a party thrown by her. This neat overview paints a rosier picture than the reality of what is actually the case. The film’s story is a big let down in this department because Toriyama essentially writes an overly long filler for the first third of the film at least. Not much happens in terms of progression of the overall plot in the first half hour to 40 minutes of the film. And this is because Toriyama hinges a great deal of the early stages of the story on Bulma’s birthday party. The pacing is incredibly terrible as one can clearly see from watching the film due to Toriyama wasting precious minutes of the film on bland scenes such as the Pilaf Gang showing up after being turned young by a wish from the Dragon Balls along with Bills and Whis discovering the culinary diversity of food on Earth and a Bingo tournament. This is what we get after Toriyama takes years off the original series whilst assisting with DBZ Kai? Kai was approved by Toriyama because it was what he wanted the original anime show to be. Kai was punchier, better paced, progressed through the story at a nice rate and didn’t waste time on much filler or overdoing it on the action. I honestly don’t get the hostility fans of the original anime have to Kai because it refines and improves on so many problems with the original show. But before I lose track, this is where BOG falls down. It wastes too much time on pointless, bland filler centring on Bulma’s party for practically the first half of the film and dumps the massive exposition and epic action in the second half. This is similar to a problem I had with Man of Steel although at least that film didn’t dump plot and action all at once unlike this film. We don’t get clarification on the Super Saiyan God until over halfway into the film where Goku summons Shenron with the Dragon Balls to tell him about it. We don’t get to see how it can be summoned until there’s some more time wasting to build up tension about a twist in the story. Toriyama’s story just screams of filling up and dragging out the film unnecessarily rather than organically introducing plot elements over time balanced with some convenient action pieces.

So I’ve established my thoughts that the story’s very overrated but what about the characterisation? Well for the most part, I do think the portrayal of the characters was decent. Though Toriyama doesn’t do much to change the main characters, I guess he doesn’t need to given how iconic they are. Goku is cheery, well natured and kind yet foolish, rash and obsessive over facing such a strong opponent as Bills. Yes, there are moments when Toriyama forces him into the limelight but that’s a tradition of DBZ I’m afraid. It’s not the most organic story telling but it does have an iconicity to it. And I do think Vegeta gets treated well here. Normally, his pride and arrogance gets in the way of him progressing as a character but I did like how Toriyama placed him in a situation that required him to put aside his pride and basically babysit Bills from destroying the planet. Though the scene where Vegeta sings is the most cringe worthy, creepy and downright disturbing scene in Dragon Ball history and that’s saying something. And Vegeta gets to show that he has a heart as well when fighting Bills after he slaps Bulma and supposedly surpassing Goku. Mini rant here, I liked it but it makes NO sense for a Super Saiyan or a Super Saiyan 2 to surpass a Super Saiyan 3. This context does not help the plausibility of Vegeta surpassing Goku. I’d much rather Vegeta had turned into a Super Saiyan 3 and given Bills some trouble because that way, it would be plausible for Vegeta to have surpassed Goku. But the most interesting characterisation comes from the new antagonist Bills and his aide Whis. Yes Bills was going to destroy the planet but there was a purpose behind it which was sorely lacking in the Buu Saga and arguably the Android Saga as well. Bills is the God of Destruction so it’s his job to destroy planets to maintain order in the universe. What’s more, I liked Bills’ personality. He’s definitely one of the more interesting villains in DBZ. We get to see layers to his character for once. He’s capricious, irritable, has a legitimately plausible bad temper and is menacing enough to make the Kais quiver in fear whenever he awakes. But he’s also playful, snarky, well mannered, quite calm, inquisitive and in the end, actually humble to an extent. Such a dichotomy in DBZ villains is rare and even though this is far from a good film, Bills is one of the most interesting villains to come out of DBZ. Whis is alright I guess, a bit too much of an obsession on food for him but he balances an absent minded charm with a clarity for what Bills wants and the story at hand.

As a side note, the rest of the DBZ cast could have done with more characterisation if Toriyama had balanced the plot more effectively. But now I’ll spend a short paragraph looking at the humour in this film. Aside from epic action, DBZ is known for its light hearted levity at times. Sadly, that isn’t present in a good way in this film. There are a few somewhat funny scenes like a drunken Gohan getting shot at and Whis and Bills’ reaction to Earth cuisine but they don’t outweigh the terribly bad puns. From childish jokes about the Pilaf Gang’s age to Trunks having a girlfriend (who is a younger version of a member of the Pilaf Gang) and that awfully cringeworthy scene of Vegeta singing and dancing, the attempts at humour in this film do not come close to salvaging it in the slightest. And there’s a ridiculous scene involving Bills and wasabi. The jokes are as lazily written as the plot which really hampers the enjoyment you can get from this film.

Fortunately, there is one sure fire area Dragon Ball Z never fails to impress in. Incredible action and epic fight scenes in DBZ come together like peas in a pod. Though we have to wait til the last half hour for the climatic fight scene, there are appetisers along the way. From Bills humiliating Super Saiyan 3 Goku in 2 hits to owning most of the Dragon Ball Z cast including powerful members like Majiin Buu (who managed to hold off Kid Buu for a while) and Ultimate Gohan who was a boss after his Mystic power up though it’s uncertain whether that power wore off over time, we do get sprinklings of action throughout the film that whet the DBZ fan’s appetite. These show off how obscenely powerful Bills is and how clearly he’s above the DBZ characters at this point in the story. Plus they add to the imposing gravitas Bills has. And then we come to the piece de resistance, Super Saiyan God Goku vs Bills. Now this fight captures the scope that DBZ fights are known for and deftly balances the seismic battle ranging from mountain wastelands to the centre of the Earth and even deep space. All the while balancing the close up shots of seeing punches, kicks and energy blasts fly from the personal perspectives of Goku and Bills. The balance between the huge scale of the fight along with closing in on the blows thrown itself made for an entertaining battle. This was well handled for once in BOG and it’s nice to know DBZ hasn’t forgotten everything that made it great.

Now for some notes on the animation and soundtrack. The animation was quite smooth and has come on a long way from the original show’s look and feel whilst maintaining a similarity in texture and appearance that demonstrated that this form of animation is here to stay for a while yet. And the soundtrack is better for a DBZ movie. There’s a particular point where Goku is fighting Bills when Flow’s track Hero is excellently implemented into the fight and it times perfectly with what’s going on in the fight without detracting from it. In essence, it heightens the stakes of the fight whilst not ruining the fight itself with unnecessary metal or rock. But don’t expect me to comment on the Japanese voice acting. The link I’ve provided is well subbed, one of the best subs I’ve seen for a DBZ film. You really get a sense of what’s going on which was nice. Though that was independent of the film itself and will not be counted in my final rating.

Before I finish, I’d like to make some quick thoughts on the big twists and reveals in the film. Number one, the Super Saiyan God form. I was really disappointed by this. I found it to be lazy, simplistic Kaioken redrawing with a bit of a leaner Goku and red hair. Barely any major difference in transformation which undermined the supposed draw dropping reveal of it. The Super Saiyan transformations have always been accompanied by radical designs behind them. The original Super Saiyan transformation was certainly the most revolutionary of the time giving the Saiyan golden spiky hair and a kickass yellow aura. The enhanced Super Saiyan forms bulked on the muscle which was an interesting design. Super Saiyan 2 had some neat subtle additions via the even spikier hair, a line of hair sticking downwards on the face and an electric aura. And despite what people say, I like the design for Super Saiyan 3. The increasingly longer hair to mirror the increase in power was a great balance. But unlike Super Saiyan 4, which changes too much of the Super Saiyan form, Super Saiyan God looks lazy and unoriginal. I would have liked it if the aura would have been blue instead and there was a dramatic change in appearance for Goky. Secondly, whilst the extra multiverse and gods plot point is interesting, it was tacked onto the end of the film in a rush for Toriyama to do something with later on. That’s not how you drop major plot points to be carried on in a 200 episode DBZ series Akira! And finally, Whis being stronger than Bills just undermined the menace Bills posed in the film

To conclude, despite the explosive action and decent characterisation, the story of Battle of Gods is bland and poorly mistimed throughout the film. The uneven distribution of plot, story and characters is not appreciated by me in the slightest along with the terrible humour. The fact is, this is the first major DBZ project Toriyama is on for years and he along with others I assume blow it on this film. It can sell it wants but that’s no indication of its quality. Which leaves much to be desired in that department trust me on that. There may be a spark that can be nurtured in the future but for now, this is an average film that is evidence of the flogging of a dead horse.

My Verdict: Kaioken x6 out of 10

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Posted by TheAcidSkull

Great Review man ^_^

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Posted by theTimeStreamer

horrible movie even by dbz movie standards.

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@thetimestreamer: Perhaps it deserves a 5.5 but there are redeemable standards. Bills is an actually interesting villain which is a rarity by DBZ standards.

Posted by The_Titan_Lord

Nice

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Posted by BlackArmor

Informative review. I might wait for this to be dubbed before I watch it

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@blackarmor: That isn't a bad idea but there are two concerns. One the English dubbing between DBZ movies is very long. For example, the Dead Zone was released in Japan in July 15th 1989 whereas the American, Funimation dub came out in March 17th 1997. And secondly, there's no confirmation on there being an English dub. No word from Funimation, any of the voice actors with the exception of Sean Schemmecal who said he hasn't heard anything either nor 20th Century Fox who are involved in this film. It's rumoured there might be trouble with Fox looking to find another set of voice actors for the English dub. Rumoured only though.

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@lvenger: I guess I might as well go ahead and watch the subbed version then. Thanks for the information it's hard to believe there was that long a gap for Dead Zone

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Honestly? While you praised the animation, I found it quite lacking. I brought this up in the other thread which posted the fight scene only.

I mean sure...for DBZ standards...its good. But come on. For a series that pretty much prides itself on its fighting and nothing else (be honest now) I felt the animation was pretty lame. Especially the fight scenes. It did not look smooth to me and several of the clashes between Bills and SSJG Goku looked very blobby.

Maybe I just have too high standards, or maybe the budget for the film wasn't great - but when you look at fight scenes in the Rebuild of Evangelion films for example...it just does not compare. Or even you can go back to 2007 and look at the final fight in Sword of the Stranger (one of the best animated fights ever).

Again. Perhaps I have too high standards or the budgets were vastly different. Its possible, I don't know. But I found the animation to be average at best, if not poor sometimes. It left me disappointed.

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Very nice review Lvenger and definitely an interesting perspective on the film. You basically covered my limited and basic thoughts regarding the premise of the film. I wasn't at all impressed by the famed SSJG transformation nor did the plot entirely catch my interest. It just seems excessively lazy to me.

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Very nice review Lvenger and definitely an interesting perspective on the film. You basically covered my limited and basic thoughts regarding the premise of the film. I wasn't at all impressed by the famed SSJG transformation nor did the plot entirely catch my interest. It just seems excessively lazy to me.

Thanks man and I agree with your supposed 'limited, basic' thoughts on BOG. I'm sure you'd be much better than me at encapsulating a review of this film. I do feel a lot of this film was lazy both in terms of story, plot and pacing.

@fallschirmjager I've just watched that fight scene now and whilst it's awesome, comparing the two seems to be akin to comparing apples and oranges. One is a straight up sword battle between two swordsmen where the focus is on their skill and strategy in fighting. The DBZ fights are supposed to be epic, grand, seismic clashes of uber powerful beings so there is bound to be a difference in animation style.

Posted by TheReptile

Good stuff man. Really in-depth review here, pretty much everything I was thinking when I watch this movie!

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Posted by PrinceAragorn1

@lvenger: Very nicely done. Living up to what I thought your review should be like. Agreed on most parts, and liked the movie.

(Really hoping the 200 episodes aren't just a myth and continue this awesomeness, taking out problems in story, this could serve as a pilot for them :D )

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Great review : )

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Posted by hart7668

Nicely written. I had a feeling the film would turn out that way.

also, there's gonna be a new DBZ series? Where did ya find that out?

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Posted by hart7668

@lvenger: Say whaaa

Will it be after Buu before GT or some lost episodes stuff? Do we even know?

Posted by Z3RO180

I agree with the whole SSG thing it was lazy and quite boring. I don't know if you saw it but there is a very and I mean VERY good fan art of basically a fully golden SSJ4 Goku. That's what the SSG should have looked like and not just a slightly more red kaioken

Posted by ArturoCalaKayVee

@hart7668 said:

@lvenger: Say whaaa

Will it be after Buu before GT or some lost episodes stuff? Do we even know?

I read that it is/was supposed to take place in between the 10 year gap from the end of buu to before Goku leaves with Uub (Or maybe it was the 10 year gap from after Goku left with Uub? I think the former.)

I also read Akira might be ignoring the GT story and just develop his own true post-DBZ world.

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@hart7668: No info on what the next 200 episodes will be about but if I had to guess, I'd say they'd continue on from Battle of the Gods with the multiverse/god stuff.

@z3ro180 Really? Can you send me a link or can I find it online? Though I've never been a fan of the SSJ4 fur myself.

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I enjoyed this review. I gotta say, as a long time DBZ fan, I was extremely disappointed by this movie. I thought it was extremely tacky as well as corny and I didn't enjoy many of the fight scenes. Not only was the look of Super Saiyan God a let down but it's entire essence was too. Goku was SSG for maybe 3 minutes before reverting back to normal (despite him "absorbing" it's power) and then briefly transformed back for 5 seconds to absorb Bills death ball. I can't say there were many things I liked about this movie, except when Vegeta defended Bulma's honor. One last thing of negativity, I hate how Vegeta's brother is legitimately part of DBZ continuity -.-. Brought that up since he was referenced in the movie. Anyway, enough about my negativity, your review was really spot on about the pros and cons of this film. I don't normally read reviews on here but I'm glad I read this one. Cheers.

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@lvenger: here you go

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=super+saiyan+god&safe=off&client=safari&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=BaE4Ur-6AeLN7AavoIHgCw&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAA&biw=1024&bih=672&dpr=1#

Posted by Lvenger

I enjoyed this review. I gotta say, as a long time DBZ fan, I was extremely disappointed by this movie. I thought it was extremely tacky as well as corny and I didn't enjoy many of the fight scenes. Not only was the look of Super Saiyan God a let down but it's entire essence was too. Goku was SSG for maybe 3 minutes before reverting back to normal (despite him "absorbing" it's power) and then briefly transformed back for 5 seconds to absorb Bills death ball. I can't say there were many things I liked about this movie, except when Vegeta defended Bulma's honor. One last thing of negativity, I hate how Vegeta's brother is legitimately part of DBZ continuity -.-. Brought that up since he was referenced in the movie. Anyway, enough about my negativity, your review was really spot on about the pros and cons of this film. I don't normally read reviews on here but I'm glad I read this one. Cheers.

Thanks man and I wish I'd done something about Tarble now. In fact I was going to cover it in the second to last paragraph but I forgot about it. Damn, this post reminded me of that. Anyway you're spot on a lot of what's wrong with this film and perhaps I'm being too generous with the score. Semantically, there's a lot wrong with BOG. Thanks for the comment!

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@z3ro180: Do you mean this design? Cause I gotta say, looking at it, I can see why you like it now. Red fur does not work but golden fur does actually.

Posted by Z3RO180

@lvenger: Yep that's the design. Also I need to say I always liked the SSJ4 form but not the coulor scheme for it. Red fur black hair is not super sayian but all gold is

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@lvenger:

Do you have a link to where you watched it? I got it thanks!

Posted by lightsout

I agree nearly 100% with everything you said. (And I only say nearly because I don't like to claim 100% - I can't pick anything out I disagree with though, at first glance).

I think this movie added to confusion about Gohan's power-up wearing off, as at one point he was shown to have that "normal" aura he had when being Mystic Gohan, but later he was a Super Saiyan. Not only was SSG a let-down design wise....why did he get leaner? It's not like Goku was in bad shape & got more "cut", he lost muscle. Don't get the relevance. Not sure if you touched on it, but the way Goku became the SSG was ridiculous as well...so much wrong. Was Bills saying Whis was his "teacher" really meant to say he was more powerful than him? If so - you're right, that was a stupid & confusing decision on their part.

Posted by dccomicsrule2011

Nice reveiw man :P Though I only skimmed through it I'm far to lazy to read all of it now. xD

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@z3ro180: Yes I can see what you mean. All gold is a much better design than anything else. It just works.

@evilvegeta74 Yes I link it in the first paragraph. Should have made it a bit clearer.

@lightsout Damn it, you've reminded me of another thing I forgot to do in my review! The way Goku became SSJG was ridiculous and I was going to pick that apart but forgot to do so. Goku, Gohan and Goten might be pure hearted and arguably Trunks but there's no way Vegeta is pure hearted. The guy spent 20+ years doing Frieza's bidding, there's no way 10+ years or so on Earth would have significantly changed his purity in anyway. He's done bad things and they can't be overruled.

As for Gohan's power up, I thought that the mystic design was a different transformation from the Super Saiyan. And given that Whis KOed Bills with a simple pressure point move despite him being weakened, it's more than any other DBZ character could do. And it's been confirmed in multiple sources that Whis really is more powerful than Bills

@dccomicsrule2011 Not a problem, I might have overdone it on the review front :P

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@fallschirmjager said:

Honestly? While you praised the animation, I found it quite lacking. I brought this up in the other thread which posted the fight scene only.

I mean sure...for DBZ standards...its good. But come on. For a series that pretty much prides itself on its fighting and nothing else (be honest now) I felt the animation was pretty lame. Especially the fight scenes. It did not look smooth to me and several of the clashes between Bills and SSJG Goku looked very blobby.

Maybe I just have too high standards, or maybe the budget for the film wasn't great - but when you look at fight scenes in the Rebuild of Evangelion films for example...it just does not compare. Or even you can go back to 2007 and look at the final fight in Sword of the Stranger (one of the best animated fights ever).

Again. Perhaps I have too high standards or the budgets were vastly different. Its possible, I don't know. But I found the animation to be average at best, if not poor sometimes. It left me disappointed.

It prides itself with the "idea" of fighting. Rarely do I see actual good fighting moves. Just re used clips between to two opponents and then super speed fights that the viewer can't see. There are good fight scenes in this show but I can count those on my hands

And they went on and on about Frieza, and his shock someone could actually kill him...no one mentioned that there have been opponents stronger than Frieza since his death, I mean buu was sitting right there.

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@lvenger: Hell, even if Vegeta was "pure"...that whole idea is still stupid

Not sure what you mean re: Gohan. (I was saying that, at first in the movie when he powered up (to fight Bills I think?) it had that white aura of his Mystic "form" in the Buu Saga, but later he turned SS (and in the Buu Saga it was said Mystic was supposed to "replace" SS (in that when he physically tried to turn SS, it would awaken all his power)).

What sources? Like interviews? Well, then I guess it's just a dumb idea.

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@z3ro180: Yes I can see what you mean. All gold is a much better design than anything else. It just works.

@evilvegeta74 Yes I link it in the first paragraph. Should have made it a bit clearer.

@lightsout Damn it, you've reminded me of another thing I forgot to do in my review! The way Goku became SSJG was ridiculous and I was going to pick that apart but forgot to do so. Goku, Gohan and Goten might be pure hearted and arguably Trunks but there's no way Vegeta is pure hearted. The guy spent 20+ years doing Frieza's bidding, there's no way 10+ years or so on Earth would have significantly changed his purity in anyway. He's done bad things and they can't be overruled.

As for Gohan's power up, I thought that the mystic design was a different transformation from the Super Saiyan. And given that Whis KOed Bills with a simple pressure point move despite him being weakened, it's more than any other DBZ character could do. And it's been confirmed in multiple sources that Whis really is more powerful than Bills

@dccomicsrule2011 Not a problem, I might have overdone it on the review front :P

Thanks I had picked up on it. I'm gonna go check it out!

Posted by Lvenger

@lightsout: Interviews, statements from creators, guide books etc a lot of people seem to believe that Whis is above Bills based on that statement.

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@lvenger: jesus, they already have a guidebook to include a few more characters? lol. Regardless, it was dumb whether or not it was true.

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@lightsout: Of course, I agree with it being a dumb idea. Made Bills seem less of a threat for no reason.

Posted by DEGRAAF

@lvenger: Great Review. Thank you. It also gave me a chance to watch a decent version of the movie. I have always hated the pacing of the series. Dont get me wrong i love the show as a concept and i have seen all the episodes but there is so much filler and nonsense in all of them. I believe there are even episodes of the characters standing around talking to the villains for whole episodes some times with almost no real fighting

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@degraaf: If you're not a fan of the pacing and filler of the original series, I wholly recommend watching Dragon Ball Z Kai. It's basically a shorter version of the anime with two episodes and their key events being compiled into one episode. It has practically no filler, much more refined voice acting, is better paced and doesn't overdo it on the action. Here's a link to most of the episodes but there are probably better ones online. http://www.dballzepisodes.com/p/dragonball-kai-remastered-episode-guide.html

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@lvenger: Lol seriously agree on the pure heart thing goku and his kin are pure heart, trunks sure, but vegeta in no way is pure at heart the dude was destroying and enslaving Planets for a tyrant for years out of fear.

Posted by Perethorn

wait...were did you watch the movie?

Posted by evilvegeta74

@lvenger:

Good review I agree with you ! This was a typical DBZ movie. I've watched most of them, and there's always some confusion/ wierdness and or inconsistencies. Never the less they are still entertaining.

Posted by XImpossibruX

I think it was more of an intro movie to address the new universes and gods, while seeing cameos of everyone.

It wasn't suppose to be serious.

Posted by TheFirstLantern

I haven't seen the movie but this is a great review on it's own. I like all the points that you brought up and how you defended them. When I buy the film I will add to this comment, but I grew up with DBZ, in spanish and English and recently with Kai.DBZ will always have a special place in my heart. Can't wait to see it.

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@perethorn: It's in my OP. Hover over Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods in the first paragraph, click the link and it'll take you to where I watched it. It's a good quality video with decent subtitling.

@evilvegeta74 Thanks and I agree, whilst they are enjoyable, they have a predictability to them.

@thefirstlantern Thanks for the compliment and I also experienced DBZ in earlier periods of my life so the show has a special place for me.

Posted by Marshall_Long

Good review man to be honest I thought some of the comedic moments were funny but that Vegeta dance scene brought shivers down my spine it really felt uncomfortable watching that part. I'm hoping that's not the true form of the Super Saiyan God, hoping it's more of a false form like false Super Saiyan for example.

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@marshall_long: It sounds like this is what the SSJG form is like. If so, it's a big disappointment IMO.

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@lvenger said:

@degraaf: If you're not a fan of the pacing and filler of the original series, I wholly recommend watching Dragon Ball Z Kai. It's basically a shorter version of the anime with two episodes and their key events being compiled into one episode. It has practically no filler, much more refined voice acting, is better paced and doesn't overdo it on the action. Here's a link to most of the episodes but there are probably better ones online. http://www.dballzepisodes.com/p/dragonball-kai-remastered-episode-guide.html

Thank you!!!

I had seen parts and i like the action and the training but i dont like when two opponents talk for an entire episode

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