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Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (2000)

Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks





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The death of a true master signals the end of an era and offers a harrowing sign of things to come in this entry into the popular DragonBall Z anime series. A deadly virus has claimed Goku, and in the wake of the tragedy two androids have set out on a destructive mission to decimate all of the planet's major cities. As the citizens of Earth prepare to meet their eminent doom, Goku's son Gohan teams with the powerful Trunks for one last shot at turning the tables on their destroyers and ensuring the survival of the human race. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovimore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Action & Adventure, Animation, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: ,
On DVD: Sep 14, 2004


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A fantastic anime DBZ movie!!! Trunks my favorite Super Saiyan portrays how he became for the first time Super Saiyan and also how Gohan trained him and the battle of the Androids.

The Dragon Ball Z saga continues in yet another thrilling episode of the popular anime series. This time, the masterful Goku shows he's vulnerable to disease when he contracts a virus and can't be saved from inevitable death. Because he's gone, androids nab the chance to take over. But they didn't count on Goku's son, Gohan, returning to avenge his father's death which he does, determined to seek justice for all.

Manu Gino

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I was impressed by FUNimation's translation of the this movie. The VAs performed quite well, and the script was fairly decent. The dubbed special features a variety of musical acts, although the most disappointing music, by far, was the title sequence by Andy Baylor. The obnoxious techno track did not match the opening animation at all, and actually had me longing for Rock the Dragon. This movie is the best for Trunks fans, and for those who would like to know more about the history of Trunks before he went to the past to give the antidote to Goku to prevent his death by a virus. There are some very emotional scenes, and some great fighting scenes as well.

Steven Vincent Gee

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Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (1993) ??? 1/2
The best movie of the DB series is a powerful, beautifully directed piece if anime. Story involves Gohan and Trunk's desperate strive to stop the truly evil androids. Unusually somber for an action story, but uncommonly effective; with some terrific action sequences and painful climax. Ends on a downer I'm afraid.

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