Explaining the Torture: “Dragonball Evolution” Review

Today, I am joined by my super cute wife to review “Dragonball: Evolution.” The movie is bad, like seriously bad. However, we watched the adaption of the hit anime Dragon Ball Z so you don’t have to. Hilarity ensues.

Check out the webisode below:

From the film’s synopsis:

Based on one of the most popular Japanese manga series of all time, Dragonball: Evolution follows a young warrior on an epic adventure to discover his destiny…and save the world from the forces of darkness. For his eighteenth birthday, mild-mannered Goku is given a mystical Dragonball, one of only seven in existence, which combine to grant a perfect wish to whoever possesses them. But an ancient warlord named Piccolo has escaped eternal imprisonment and is on his own quest to gather the Dragonballs. Goku must enlist the help of his friends–and the power of his evolving martial arts skills–to defeat Piccolo before it’s too late! Packed with spectacular visual effects, high-flying action, and over an hour of hard-hitting extras, Dragonball: Evolution Z-Edition brings the legend to life like never before!

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my Top 10 Disney Animated Films For Guys and Battinson Rises! How Matt Reeves Hypes Us Up For The Batman. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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