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Ver Doragon bôru chô: Burorî

Doragon bôru chô: Burorî is a movie starring Masako Nozawa, Aya Hisakawa, and Ryô Horikawa. Goku and Vegeta encounter Broly, a Saiyan warrior unlike any fighter they've faced before.

Genres
Fantasy, Adventure, Animation, Family, Sci-Fi, Action
Director
Tatsuya Nagamine
Starring
Ryô Horikawa, Toshio Furukawa, Aya Hisakawa, Masako Nozawa

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Product details

Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation, Family, Sci-Fi, Action
Director Tatsuya Nagamine
Writer Akira Toriyama, Akira Toriyama
Stars Ryô Horikawa, Toshio Furukawa, Aya Hisakawa, Masako Nozawa
Country Japan
Also Known As Dragon Ball Super: The Movie - Broly, Bảy Viên Ngọc Rồng Siêu Cấp: Broly, Dragon Ball super: Broly, Dragon Ball Super: The Movie, Dragonball Super - Broly, Dragon Ball Super: La película - Broly, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Dragon Ball Super the Movie, ドラゴンボール超 ブロリー, Dragon Ball Super: O Filme - Broly
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Goku and Vegeta encounter Broly, a Saiyan warrior unlike any fighter they've faced before.

Top reviews

Friday, 05 Jun 2020 21:28

A block-busting animated film that transports you through a world of wonders. With the original Dune being one of my favorite sci-fi stories, this film, like the book, transports you back in time and introduces you to a new world, the Cardassian system, where all the big-name actors are, among them Sigourney Weaver, Sean Bean, Val Kilmer, Jude Law and other established actors. The idea of the Cardassian system is really fresh, the worlds they visit, the stories they find, and the cultures they encounter are all different from what we know. The Cardassian women, the other worlds they visit, the differences, the cultures are all different than what we know. With this premise, there is no reason why they couldn't have some sort of civilization spread across the whole system, and not a single universe on it's own. The background story is really good, with the new Cardassians, their people and what makes them different from the rest of the human race. The Cardassians are strong, smart, and come from a society that does not value money or status. They are masters of technology, they know how to communicate and work together. The film's story is really interesting, the Cardassians travel the whole system, from the System Lord, to the Federation headquarters, to the prison where Tora Ziyal is being held, to the Cardassian homeworld of Tora Ziyal, to the Cardassian Capital, to the Cardassian Capital District, to the Cardassian Capital Ship, to the Cardassian Cruiser, to the Cardassian Queen's palace, to the Cardassian Combat Ship, to the Cardassian Military Fleet. The whole system is there, and they are going to change it. The Cardassian Fleet is amazing, with their amazing ships and weapons. The film's battles are intense, the Cardassian ships are awesome, the Cardassian warriors are awesome, and the Cardassian political system is awesome. Overall, the film has an interesting story and the visuals are amazing. I recommend this film to anyone who is a sci-fi fan, as the world it creates is completely unique. It is not what we are used to seeing in sci-fi, but something that can be very unique to the world. The Cardassian and Cardassian people are also very unique, and the setting, the Cardassian setting, is very original, especially with its world map and the Cardassian culture.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 17:35

A young boy named Lars (voiced by: Kevin Spacey) who lives with his mother and father who is away for an unspecified period of time in Europe is sent to Earth by his mother to be with his father, but is instead sent to a Earth dimension called "Burora." His only friend on this dimension is the handsome boy named Wesley (voiced by: Kristen Dunst) who is obsessed with him. When he comes home, he finds the aliens have sent a kind of "super soldier" named Ramulus (voiced by: Sigourney Weaver) and an alien named Leucor (voiced by: John Hurt) to Earth to "eliminate" people from the Earth dimension to make room for the next generation of aliens. Wesley has a special notebook that can read and write in his language. Ramulus and Leucor start to fight for the superiority of the universe in which the planet Earth is located. Lars then changes his past to save the day and kill the aliens. This movie is full of twists and turns, and in a way is a comedy with some action and adventure. The graphics are great, and the special effects are very good. I think this is a movie that you will either love or hate. It's not the sort of movie that is going to be a hit or a flop. I think it is worth watching at least once. It's definitely worth seeing, as well as reading the book that is the basis for the movie. I think if you've never seen the movie before, then maybe you will like it. However, if you have seen the movie or read the book, then you'll probably find that you like or hate this movie.
Monday, 18 May 2020 01:58

Doragon Bôru Chô (2006): Dir: Aykan Atagar / Cast: Denzel Washington, Dominic Cooper, Isabella Rosellini, Bernard Hill, James Marsden: It's the "Death Star" of animated films and yet it doesn't feel like one. It's a bit of a spoof and a nod to the movie that is Disney. Based on the novel of the same name by the celebrated science fiction author Isaac Asimov, the film stars Denzel Washington as a government agent that is sent to investigate the strange situation around a planet. As Washington continues to investigate, he discovers that the planet is inhabited by people who speak a strange language. There are many aspects that come together to make this film. The cast has a solid mixture of actors and actresses. There is great chemistry between Washington and lead actress Isabella Rosellini. It's a fun ride of the film that is not the biggest in the world. It's a bit overlong and slow but there is great effects to draw the audience into the story. It has a beautiful visual effect that's like looking out of a window. The film is full of visuals that you would expect from the other Star Wars films. It's one that you should know the names of. It is visually beautiful. It doesn't compare to the previous films and films but it's one of the few that still seems like it should be the next. It's a great spoof on the Star Wars films. It's kind of like when you first saw the original Star Wars film, it's a cool cartoon. With this film, it is like looking into the eyes of the first film. It's good fun that isn't too long. There is some fun jokes and images that I like. It's more of a homage to the first film but it is still good. It's a shame this is a bit of a disappointment. It is better than I had expected but it is still a bit disappointing. Score: 7 1⁄2 / 10
Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 11:14

I saw this movie last night at the Montreal Film Festival, and I have to say, it was a very entertaining experience. For this, I'd like to say, "Pilgrimage". It's like the story of an old-fashioned, golden age of Disney animation, in which a bunch of criminals are defeated by a team of superheroes who are called in when the Justice League of America fails to take down the gangs. If you've seen the television series, you probably remember where they are headed: The Justice League. I can't say I've seen any of the other Disney animated series, but this one is much more mature and realistic, and takes a different direction. I can't really call it a sequel. The story is pretty simple and straightforward, with few twists or surprises. But the visual style is not just the usual Disney style, which is often very striking. It's more a mixture of early 20th century animation, particularly the work of the French New Wave, and more modern animation (particularly those from the Korean cinema). The animation is full of colour and brightness, and the movements are very fluid and lively. For me, it was very refreshing to see a movie that had a different visual style than the others (the last Disney movie to have this visual style was Beauty and the Beast, with Ed Norton). The characters were very likable and also extremely diverse, which was a nice change from typical Disney characters. The villains were also very likable and interesting, even though they were more clownish than I was expecting. My biggest criticism of the movie is that the cast is a little bit small, but the movie is still worth seeing for the visuals alone.


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