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It’s implied here that Frieza was the first one to use Scouters, as he offers them to the Saiyan army as part of their service to he and his father’s organizations. But flashbacks in the original Dragon Ball Z anime clearly show that it was the Tuffles (the other race living on Planet Vegeta before the Saiyans wiped them out) who first used them, as a means of identifying their invading foes.
Vegeta: How is this possible? Damn it, he’s learning as he fights!
- Crazy credits
Does not include a post-credits scene. However, the closing credits play over footage of characters featured in the film.
A good film, even if you aren’t a fan of DBZ
I’m not the biggest Dragon Ball Z fan, but when my cousin wanted to watch “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” with me, I decided to give it a shot. And I’m glad I did. “Dragon Ball Super: Broly” is packed with high-octane and colorful action, warmhearted humor, and even some emotion and heart. Don’t believe me? Read on!
“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” hooked me almost right off the bat. The animation was crisp, colorful, and clear, and the story was surprisingly gripping. In the first ten to fifteen minutes you’re introduced to plot points including themes such as paranoia, planetary domination, and betrayal. And as if that wasn’t enough to grip me, at a certain point I even found my eyes starting to swell up; my cousin looked over to me, asking, “Are you going to cry?” And I wiped my eyes and said, “I might.”
So, “Broly” has high-quality animation, and a surprisingly well thought out plot – what else does it have going for it? For one, the soundtrack is, simply, epic. The music is big and brash and loud, and enhances the intensity of the action, as well as adds to the emotional beats.
Also, the movie has a really good sense of humor throughout that never seems overly ridiculous or cartoony; there are multiple subtle lines of dialogue or sly actions that the characters make that add a real personality to this movie, never contrasting negatively against the semi-dark plot. Sure, there is comedy, but it doesn’t feel shoehorned for mass audience appeal – everything feels surprisingly natural.
“Dragon Ball Super: Broly” is a genuinely good film. There’s enough cinematic meat for you to chew on with its soundtrack and beautiful, fluid animation, and especially with its story – the movie takes its time setting up the main plot, introducing characters and storylines that you’ll want to see through to completion, even if you’re not a huge fan of DBZ.
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