Goku and Krillin want to be trained in the martial arts by the great Master Roshi. The only way he will agree to train them is if they go to Devil's Castle to find the Sleeping Princess, who is being held prisoner by Count Lucifer, and bring her back to his island. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle
Goku and Kuririn are given an assignment by Kame-Sen'nin: "Retrieve the sleeping princess from Lucifer and I will take you as my students." But the mission proves to be more perilous than originally thought.
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WS W (ca) wrote: Basically it was Italian .
Tim W (ca) wrote: Who was doing what? And why? Terrible. Random accents, inconsistent characters, uninteresting, poorly executed fight scenes, bloated, and hardly a competent story about Alexander the Great.
Leong C (ru) wrote: A sincere and valuable movie, great performance by the young Denzel Washington....
Darrin C (ag) wrote: It started out promising with Medieval re-enacting bikers that ended up kind of dumb and lame. I understand why Romero stuck with zombie films.
bill s (fr) wrote: A throwback B movie homage which piles on the gross out visuals.
Clay B (it) wrote: ALIAS JESSE JAMES (1959)
Chris K (ru) wrote: The tag on the poster is exactly what this film is, just real brutal action! fantastic fight scenes all shot brilliantly, although the character development is a little slow to start with, by the end you will definately be rooting for one of the fighters (i rooted for mark "the homeless" who is actually a pretty decent bloke as well as a kick ass fighter) all in all definately worth a watch!
Rotimer J (jp) wrote: Nowhere near as smart as it tries to make you believe it is, but an entertaining enough romp nonetheless.