Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks
It has been thirteen years since the Androids began their killing rampage and Son Gohan is the only person fighting back. He takes Bulma's son Trunks as a student and even gives his own life to save Trunks's. Now Trunks must figure out a way to change this apocalyptic future
- Stars:Eric Vale, Dameon Clarke, Tiffany Vollmer, Chuck Huber, Meredith McCoy, Stephanie Nadolny, Mike McFarland, Monika Antonelli, Bradford Jackson, Cynthia Cranz, Kyle Hebert, Mark Britten, Sonny Strait, John Burgmeier, Christopher Sabat,
- Director:Yoshihiro Ueda, Daisuke Nishio,
- Writer:Akira Toriyama (original manga), Hiroshi Toda (screenplay), Neil Bligh
This TV Movie tells the story of "Future" Trunks; that is, the Trunks from the alternate future where Goku has died and Androids terrorize the Earth. Amongst other things, it shows how ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Interesting and crazy movie...This movie carries on Sion Sono legacy of pretty intense movies.
(kr) wrote: A documentary that plays like a thriller as a journalist tries to go off the grid for 30 days while two PI's try to find him. Showing just how much information comapnies keep on individuals this is exhilirating and, most of all, shocking
(kr) wrote: Must see what the dessert can do..
(us) wrote: Tender characters deep vision!!
(nl) wrote: This was an interesting watch. Though not great, it had moody ambience in spades, and I'm intrigued of what the future holds for director Liebesman. Worth a watch.
(ag) wrote: This is one in a few romantic comedies that I can say that are good, and it's not because it doesn't follow the formula, it's because I truly like the characters, and it's actually funny.
(ca) wrote: I think this is a decent movie it introduces 2 new monsters fighting scenes ain't to bad
(ca) wrote: Do not watch this movie. It is terrible. The second is much better (5 stars). If you have work to do and you watch this movie, you'll be wasting time. As I said, do not watch this movie.
(us) wrote: Don't think I'd have much to say about this movie, hopefully. Last time I said that was with O Brother, Where Art Thou? and I wrote a long ass review. But I digress, this is a pretty good movie with a good cast. It is a little sentimental, but thankfully the film has enough good stuff in it that the sentimentality isn't really that bothersome, not like it was in Instructions not Included. And I liked the fact that the movie wasn't as melodramatic as you'd have thought given the synopsis. So I appreciate the fact that the film didn't really try to manipulate your emotions. Well, other than the climactic moment of the film, which is Terrence Stamp's solo during the choir's performance. It's not exactly manipulative in the traditional sense, but it was designed to get the tears rolling, tears of happiness at seeing this cantankerous old man finally overcoming every obstacle in front of him, some of these by his own doing. The songs are also well-done and fun, though I think the film could've used more. But I'm not complaining, the movie's certainly still good. I can't believe I kept this as short as I did. Regardless this is a good film with a great cast and some sensitive direction help keep this film from being nauseatingly sentimental.
(ag) wrote: Good, but a little boring. 3/5