Spoiler for Dragonball Evolution (2009)

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Dragonball Evolution (2009) [PG]
W.I.P. Scale™ Rating: $9.50

| Released on: 4/8/2009 | Running Time: 100 minutes |
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Directed by: James Wong (Final Destination 3)
Screenplay By: Ben Ramsey (Love and a Bullet)
Based on the Book, Dragonball Books by Akira Toriyama
Unsung Member of the Crew: Special Effects Coordinator – Joe Pancake

Featured Cast: (where you might remember him/her from)
Justin Chatwin (The Invisible) • Joon Park (Speed Racer) • Jamie Chung (“Greek") • Yun-Fat Chow (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) • Ernie Hudson (Nobel Son) • James Marsters (P.S. I Love You)

Spoiler Points for Dragonball Evolution (2009)

If halfway through Dragonball Evolution, you key fell out of your pocket and mysteriously slid along the floor, out the door, down the hall, and then raced you home, then this film is for you, Goku.

• Lord Piccolo (James Marsters) accumulates all of the Dragonballs.
• Goku confronts him only to learn that he is, in fact, Oozaru. Piccolo coaxes his transformation.
• Master Roshi is killed.
• Goku must remember that he has to be himself. When he does, he reverts to his normal form and he takes on Piccolo directly. The two fight with their combined powers of might and magic. Eventually, Goku overwhelms him. He falls to the ground dead.
• Goku realizes they now have all seven Dragonballs and can make a wish. He wishes for Master Roshi’s live to be restored. The Dragonballs then disappear, each one hidden again in a new place. Their mission will be to find them all again to protect them.
• Goku and Chi Chi (Jamie Chung) lock lips as they realize they are destined to be together. She claims she let him with their battle to improve his confidence, so he accepts her challenge to another battle.

After the first set of credits, there is a hidden scene that projects a sequel. There is a woman, mixing up some hot remedy. She pours it into a pot and heads to her patient lying covered in his bed. He rolls over to reveal, the face of Piccolo, alive but not well.

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1 comment:

Watch Dragonball said...

Thanks for the info, I didnt know there was that many Movie posters.

Sadly I heard this film sucks, But I didnt watch it yet