In order to wish for immortality and avenge his father, Garlic Jr. collects the dragon balls, kidnapping Goku's son Gohan in the process. Goku, Kami, Piccolo, and Krillin unite to rescue ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dragon Ball Z: Son Goku Super Star
In order to wish for immortality and avenge his father, Garlic Jr. collects the dragon balls, kidnapping Goku's son Gohan in the process. Goku, Kami, Piccolo, and Krillin unite to rescue ...
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Gehrig R (fr) wrote: This fucking sucked!
James H (ru) wrote: Very much a feel good movie, and it works. The performances are wonderful and it's is perfectly cast. It's a good story, I never lost interest. Nicely written and very entertaining.
Alexander C (de) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
adriana s (kr) wrote: I want to see it again I haven't seen it since I was a kid.
Sean P (ru) wrote: Strange little fim, but unique.
Phillip R (es) wrote: This is on of the funniest and most ridiculous spaghetti westerns ever made. Terrence Hill and Bud Spencer made a great team, making dozens of movies together. Of the Trinity series, this is by far the best of the bunch. Watch it and you'll have plenty of laughs.
Adam D (ag) wrote: Not the worst Bigfoot movie I've ever seen. In the style of Blair Witch
Timothy S (jp) wrote: With just a few films under his belt, writer/ director Kevin Smith quickly rose through the ranks to become one of my favorite filmmakers, and while "Mallrats" is by no means a bad film, it is sort of regarded as the idiot stepchild of all of Smith's children. It definitely takes a step backward from the ground he broke with "Clerks", his landmark debut feature. With this film, you get even more lowbrow humor without all of the pointed observations that mark his better films. It may seem redundant calling a Kevin Smith film immature, but that's exactly what this is. The characters aren't as likable and the story is mostly silly. It was the one Smith film that didn't fit in with the world he created. Until he made "Dogma", that is.Yet the movie is not without a certain charm and appeal. There are some laughs, and Jay and Silent Bob are once again in fine form. Ben Affleck has some laughs in a small part, and it's just an accepted fact that no film featuring Joey Lauren Adams can be all bad. But, there's too much going on here, contrived stuff involving Stan Lee and a "Dating Game"-like game show that made me long for the much simpler format of "Clerks".You like to see talented filmmakers grow with each new movie, but "Mallrats" is a minor stumble in a promising career. The gags are more gross-out for gross-out sake rather than genuine laughs based on three dimensional characters that we all can relate to. Fans of his brand of humor will laugh as I did, but you sure miss the spark that made "Clerks" something special.
Harry W (us) wrote: The Marked Ones stands as a sort of non-linear addition to the found footage saga of Paranormal Activity and attempts to explore the witchcraft theme deeper, following the same vein as PA3. It also adopts the same construct in the way that it is one of the strongest chapters of the series. It's one of three good films in a series of 5 (soon to be six). I think Paranormal Activity is a brilliant series personally and The Marked Ones adds benevolently to them. Whilst the jump-scares are slightly predictable and those that weren't thrilled by the efforts of the other films need not apply as there really isn't anything new here. If you enjoyed the first few then you'll definitely enjoy this one. It's also one of the more bizarre ones.
Rico F (it) wrote: Back in the day this film was considered a classic. The effects for the time were second to none. Nowadays they are almost comedic. I am surprised that Casper Van Dien didn't make a bigger impact in Hollywood as after this, I would have guessed that he would have gone on time bigger and better things. Denise Richards is as appealing as ever in this. On the flip side one would never have expected Neil Patrick Harris to make the breakthrough that he has had many years after this film aired. His role was demure to say the least. Worth watching to see how Hollywood effects have developed over the years.