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Dragonball Z
Lord Slug

 

review by Anime Freak

 

 

Written by Akira Toriyama

 

Features: Dragonball Z Commericals

Specs: 1.33:1 Full Screen, English Dolby Digital 2.0, English Subtitles, Chapter Search

The end of the world is fastapproaching in the form of a giant asteroid on a collision course with Earth.Not if Goku has anything to say about it! Goku and Krillin race to the rescue.Using their incredible powers, they narrowly deflect the asteroid from thedeadly course. The earth is savedÉ or is it?

A darkvessel descends from the surface of the asteroid, carrying a powerful new enemy &endash; the evil overlord, Lord Slug.

His forces have come to take control of the Earth and steal its natural resources, only in the process they intend to wipe out the entire human race! And when Lord Slug discovers the seven magic Dragon Balls, it seems nothing can stop hisdiabolical plans from coming to pass!

Now that Lord Slug has the power of the Dragon Balls in his grasp, can even Goku savet he Earth from the clutches of this mysterious invader?

Now this movie is know to all DBZ fans as the worst of them all and most people would have rather they jumped to movie 5, but when I watched it I found it to be pretty hot. The fight sceneswhere amazing as always with DBZ, and the characters really put up a fight. I know what the first question is if your ready to buy it, does Goku go Super Sayian?

Well yes and no, Goku reaches a point where he is almost is a Super Sayian he has the Gold ora, the eyes arewhited out, but no gold hair. He only has it for a few minutes and it's a phat few minutes as he goes insane on Lord Slug. Also there is a little twist in thestory when Goku fights Slug, he is hiding something, but what?

This version is cut for the younger viewers, but still enjoyable.

The images are absolutely perfect; the animation isimmense with wonderful illustration of the characters and the ache they show on their faces. The images move swift and smooth, which shows why DVDs have thesuperior quality than video tapes.

This DBZ movie was extra good with sound effects and wild music in the background duringthe fight scenes and most of the songs are hot.

There are commercials of the upcoming tiles along with the preview of the new anime "Blue Gender", also done by Funimation,but that's a different review. I wish they have a soundtrack section, so you could listen to the songs that where in the movie.

If you are a DBZ fan and you love heavy metal music then this is a must own. This movie has greatfight scenes, it has a slow start but that is just to let the plot grow, it ends up wowing. I loved this movie and have watched it multiple times, so don't miss it.

(4/5, NOT included in final score)

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(.5/5)

(2.5/5, NOT an average)

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