My equally Dragon Ball filled childhood will prompt me to see this movie, enjoy it for what it is, and probably buy it on DVD.My childhood has officially ended up roadkill on the side of the New Jersey Turnpike.
I doubt that any retail video store in the United States would attempt to sell a live action movie complete with voice overs/sub titles in this day and time. I do have a feeling though that if this made profit in Japan, some random American director would remake everything in English to gear for Cartoon Network.
The complainers are being too melodramatic. DBZ will never be confused with being a literary masterpiece.
I'm actually kind of looking forward to it. Shocking, I know.
You're both nuts.Wait, what?
Why do you people suddenly decide that, based on the brand-spakin' new appearence of one poster, the movie is suddenly going to be ten times worse? More to the point, how does the lack of ridiculous hair and variations in the story make it an awful movie? Even more to the point, why are you all taking Dragon Ball so seriously? Is there a nerd-rage epidemic spreading?
My equally Dragon Ball filled childhood will prompt me to see this movie, enjoy it for what it is, and probably buy it on DVD.
Thats one of the things that makes me wonder if this movie will be any good at all. More than half of Goku's reasons for fighting King Piccollo in Dragonball was to avenge Krillin's death;152;Part of me is terrified that this movie is being made, and another part wants to see it just to see how bad it is. Seriously, they don't even have Kuirin/krillin in it. He's replaced by this other guy.
It took you four paragraphs to say "This movie will suck because it's different from the original plot"?You're both nuts.
Hellsing called. ...It wants its Samuel L. Jackson back?Because they think its funny and believe it to be true?