Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
Not paying attention to his job, a young demon allows the evil cleansing machine to overflow and explode, turning the young demon into the infamous monster Janemba. Goku and Vegita make solo attempts to defeat the monster, but realize their only option is fusion.
- Stars:Masako Nozawa, Ryô Horikawa, Takeshi Kusao, Daisuke Gôri, Hiromi Tsuru, Naoko Watanabe, Yûko Minaguchi, Hikaru Midorikawa, Jôji Yanami, Toku Nishio, Bin Shimada, Keiko Yamamoto, Ryûji Saikachi, Tesshô Genda, Ryûsei Nakao,
- Director:Shigeyasu Yamauchi,
- Writer:Akira Toriyama (original manga "Dragon Ball"), Takao Koyama (screenplay)
When a worker at King Yemma's spiritual check-in station is accidentally covered in spiritual waste, he is transformed into a powerful monster named Janempa, who destroys the barrier ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn torrent reviews
(us) wrote: What a horrible movie. The twist at the end makes no sense, its abrupt and answers nothing. I have never yelled so many times "GO GET A GUN". The movie is full of bad script writing and terrible plot twists. Only watch this if you are EXTREMELY inebriated
(ag) wrote: I did like the fist one better, the story in this isn't as good, but some of the scenes are better, this mostly takes place on earth and therefore has many more "realistic" scenes, if that what makes it better I don't know, but for my sake it helped.The chimps are still cute and has their own quirks, but something is missing in this one.Well the kids will be entertained by this one as well as the first.
(es) wrote: Silly but well-acted. The beginning is very strange, though: when it's not extraordinarily conventional-seeming, it awkwardly telegraphs weirdnesses. The premise as it develops -- bringing strained literalness, via Asperger's, to an ordinary meet-cute love -- is brave and smart... but, in the end, depressing that its quirks are just quirks, and conveniently disposable.
(es) wrote: This is a style-over-substance kind of film, one that looks absolutely stunning and contains some truly awe-inspiring camera tricks but which is ultimately a little unsatisfying, story-wise. It is about a foursome of explorers who are dropped into the endless marshy woods of Siberia to search for diamonds, only to find that getting the treasure is the easier part of the journey. What follows is an intense albeit repetitive story of survival, with a potentially deadly love triangle subplot thrown into the mix. Director Mikhail Kalatozov paints this story in thick black and white, using high contrast to differentiate his lost protagonists from the stark, thin trees all around them. Brilliantly, he uses the camera as a piece of the film's action. In one scene it becomes a characters fist and cuts in on the violence as he beats up another character; in others, it whips and turns to take on an almost documentary-like role in seeing what the characters see, at the time they see it. Even more impressive is the way Kalatozov handles the scenes that revolve around a massive forest fire. The fire seems to big to have been a studio setup, yet imagining a crew trying to control something this enormous and dangerous is almost unfathomable. I was hypnotized as I watched sequences that went in and out and all around these fast-spreading flames. But beyond the masterful technical work on display here, I found little to hold onto as the film progressed into its third act. The story unleashes most of its drama in its first act, and many of the film's best dramatic keynotes are diminished early. By the end, we're just running to complete the marathon, even if the scenery makes the trip worthwhile.
(it) wrote: Hillarant, touchant, choquant ! LA comdie noir !
(ru) wrote: The special effects and cinematography are almost seamless, which makes this a really cool movie to watch. The story is reminiscent of many other robot/future technology movies. The cast is not to impressive, but they direction is pretty good.