Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies

Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies

A retelling of Dragon Ball's origins, this is a different version of the meeting of Goku, Bulma, Oolong, and Yamucha. They are all looking for the dragon balls for different reasons when they cross paths with an evil king named Gourmeth, who is also looking for the dragon balls.

The once benevolent King Gurumes has become greedy after discovering a large supply of blood rubies under his kingdom. His greed causes him to tear up his subjects' crops and homes in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies torrent reviews

Miguel R (jp) wrote: Well crafted in its scenery and well written in its story, How I Live Now is an underrated picture with some very profound and complex themes!

UP Sira N (de) wrote: Carey Mulligan spree. Good education if you are 16 or twentyish or late twenties.

Yury D (us) wrote: So, umm, basically, it's crap. Stupid scientists. Shallow ex-models. Really awful aliens. Even worse acting. If it actually had a plot that wasn't 100% predictable and dumb the horrible CGI aliens could be forgiven. Unfortunately, that's not so.

Trevor C (de) wrote: Not as bad as the JCVD street fighter. But that's not saying much

Jackie (de) wrote: This movie rocks so hard!

J K (gb) wrote: Who the hell is Terry Shakespeare? William's great bastard cousin?

Alexi T (jp) wrote: i suppose i'd give it try to see what the fuss is about

John P (jp) wrote: Danny Deckchair is a clean romantic comedy. For some reason this movie really moved me. This is a feel-good movie that has a happy ending (with a surprise joke for the viewers). I could relate to Danny living in denial, and hoping that he could just ignore his problems and they will "go away". The stress of the big city was too much for him, and he was longing for adventure. I could also relate to Glenda, who is strict and conservative, but learned to loosen up when Danny "dropped" into her life, much like the way my wife and daughter taught ME how to enjoy life. There was a lightly sentimental moment where Glenda remembered how her father used to bring her for a ride on the motorcycle just for fun. It wasn't supposed to be a sad moment, but I cried because I was that father. As soon as I can afford it, I am getting another motorcycle. I didn't realize how much it meant to my daughter. This movie wasn't as much about the balloon trip as it was about his new life pretending to be somebody important in a simple town. The empty deck chair is "floating" around somewhere waiting to expose him as a fake, but he doesn't want to go back to his past life. He just got too "carried away". If you need a movie to "lift" your spirits and "lighten" an evening with friends, I recommend this movie. I have to stop this review now because I'm running out of puns.

Luke S (de) wrote: lol a meat loaf film i gotta c this lol

Rebecca R (kr) wrote: Love Johnathan Tayler Thomas in this film. I wish he would have done more films at this age...

Kingsley C (kr) wrote: Gangsta rap, at its finest hour! Lol

Scott B (it) wrote: thank god i didnt have to pay to see it

Michael T (us) wrote: I want to watch this movie.

Long T (it) wrote: just saw this, doesn't age well. Jessica even fell asleep.

Jim L (kr) wrote: Yep. Cool as. Excellent soundtrack. Great clothes, scenes and message. Each of the rockers have a different walk. A cool walk. Quite an original film, also. Best line: "this isn't Calypso. I don't know what sort of music this is". Truely great filmmaking, before all the gangster shit of the 80's to now.

Marc R (fr) wrote: A moving masterpiece of narrative and theme. Mizoguchi's calm, poetic filmmaking caries the weight of time itself, links between fathers and sons, kindness and cruelty, ruin and redemption landing with stirring heft.

Kashaan M (it) wrote: Had a few funny parts. Reminds me a lil of Horrible Bosses but not as funny.

Paul E (de) wrote: As a kid, I desperately wanted to see a live-action version of this movie done, so I admittedly never gave it a fair chance.