A young boy named Goku seeks out upon his grandfather's expiring solicitation to experience the immense Prime Roshi and get all seven Dragon Balls (of which he has one) in order to prevent Piccolo from succeeding in his appeal to use the Dragon Balls to study down the world.
A major disappoinement
Ok being a Dragonball fan myself I've been waiting for a live action movie for years, and now that it's finally here I wish they didn't bother, there are so many plot holes(the film is 70 minutes so it doesn't cover them or explain anything) has missing vital characters, the CGI energy attacks look more like a Gas rather than a solid (which they should be) the acting is below average all you have to do is watch the trailer to see this (See when Goku says 'Cool') the characters have no development through the entire film and are unbelievable, there are only 2 or 3 second moments that you could see in Dragonball but the rest of this film feels nothing like it.
Theres no reason HollyWood can make a sequel as this is so bad so will the rest. T'would have be...
Dragonball Evolution is the movie equivalent of deep-fried sushi, an adaptation of a hugely popular Japanese manga epic that methodically removes every distinctive element from the series in an attempt to appeal to 8-year-old boys in need of a respite from SpongeBob SquarePants.
Naturally, this mandate of blandness has already alienated every hard-core fan of a franchise that has spawned video games, TV series and anime features. Who's left to care? The final product sits strangely perched between its repeated visions of a "blood apocalypse" and a geeky teen romance straight out of iCarly. And even the teen part is a stretch, since both the leads are 26.
Those leads, Goku (Justin Chatwin) and Chi Chi (Jamie Chung), are in a serious pickle, caugh...
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