Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'2015
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (2015)
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Critic Reviews for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'
A strictly members-only entertainment for a dedicated target audience, "Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'" will impress the uninitiated as very loud and very colorful, but not nearly fast-paced enough.
Despite falling back on traditional DBZ clichés, Resurrection 'F' features enough beautifully animated butt-kicking to warrant a watch.
This slam-bang action-adventure will have "Dragon Ball" fans of all ages cheering with delight.
The realization that we're reuniting Goku, Vegeta and Frieza feels ripe for some kind of massive catharsis, but this movie's story is simply not that ambitious.
Audience Reviews for Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'
As a fan of the franchise since childhood, I am once again reminded why DBZ was rightfully cancelled and why Toriyama didn't really want to put out more. I mean Battle of the Gods was already pretty mediocre but this? This is just garbage. The storytelling is atrocious, it's like fanfiction by a 12 year old. Even the fighting animation is sub par by today's standards. It just makes little sense to revive something that's so clearly dated and out of touch with even itself. Gohan is a full blown useless support character, all the past transformations, fusions and story archs are rendered mute because Frieza "never trained a day in his life" Just because it's a DBZ movie shouldn't excuse it from shoddy irresponsible film making, there have actually been good ones in the past. Now it's like anything they spit out DBZ related is a national treasure thanks to blinding nostalgia goggles. I'm almost appalled by the franchise's underwhelming revival.