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Dragonball: Evolution

Rated PG for intense sequences of action/violence and brief mild language.

PG In Theaters 02/24/2009 , 100min.
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Critic score based on 10 reviews

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October 27, 2011
this is like beyblade !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
September 06, 2010
if ur a true DBZ fan,and you watched the know the movie was crappy.
August 20, 2010
i'm a true fan of DBZ and this was awful. james marsters and chow-yun fat were the only good ones.
June 29, 2010
are you kiddin me obviously your not a true DBZ fan if u liked this **** cause this movie sucks. they like twisted everything. wtf. disappointment but whatever. for once id like a book or manga/anime based movie to actually be like ******** based on. ughhh.
May 01, 2010
If your a true DBZ fan then skip this movie! This movie is garbage and I really hope they don't make a sequel. Who ever said that they should make a sequel to see Goku turn super saiyan not saian is on crack and needs to go watch the original dragon ball and dragonball z, you can skip GT because it sucked too! This movie was just to make a quick buck using a popular dragon ball franchise.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Village Voice
Far more entertaining than it deserves to be, unless you're a 10-year-old boy, in which case it's only the greatest movie ever made. Full Review
Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
Marvel at the fact that something this trippy made it to our local multiplex. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Completely lacking in visual, narrative or stylistic coherence, the film also suffers from cheap-looking visual effects and poorly staged and edited action sequences that will not exactly please the fanboys. Full Review
Glenn Whipp
Los Angeles Times
Director James Wong ("Final Destination") and writer Ben Ramsey are utterly blasé in their approach to the series' mythology and structure, cobbling together an 84-minute movie that seems to exist only to rile up fanboys. On that count -- and that count alone -- Dragonball Evolution triumphs. Full Review
Joel Brown
Boston Globe
Nearly all the actors seem to be having a good time, and the action moves so fast that you don't mind when something nuts happens. Full Review

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