5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

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5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is the 20th film in one of the most popular anime franchises in the world, Dragon Ball. With so many films that have been released since 1986, it is not surprising that some or perhaps many of them have been forgotten or have disappeared in the memories of fans over the years.

Some of the reasons why the film could be forgotten are the lack of distribution of the film outside of Japan - and the use of an English translation - as well as the "old school" release year. And among the many films that have been released, it's no wonder that some of the films are considered good and there are also some that are considered strange or fail. Here are some of the bizarre failures of Dragon Ball movies.

1. Dragon Ball Z: The World’s Strongest

5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

This is the second film in the Dragon Ball Z series. Although the previous film, Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone, served as a bridge between Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, The World's Strongest film did not present anything special. The story itself focuses on Gohan and Oolong with their adventures in search of the Dragon Ball. However, when Dr. Kochin and bio-men attack, everyone finally knows the big plan.

The plan is to find Dr. Wheelo and then search for the existence of the body of the most powerful fighter on earth, so he can become a "substitute" for the figure by replacing his brain with that fighter's brain. What's worse, Dr. Kochin kidnaps Bulma and brainwashes Piccolo, which forces Goku to move quickly to stop the doctor.

The film was released in 1990 and then in Japan, and then the film was released in America in 1998 thanks to Pioneer Home Video and Funimation. In 2006, Funimation released an uncut version. Even though various efforts have been made, with stories that are considered normal and nothing interesting, making the film finally forgotten by many fans. [post_ads]

2. Dragon Ball Z: Bio- Broly

5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

The Broly saga in the Dragon Ball Z story appears in three different films, Bio-Broly is one of them. The 11th film of Dragon Ball Z presents a group of natural fighters (bio-warriors) created by Dr. Collie. One of his subordinates, Mr. Jaguar, planning to use various creatures they created for his evil intentions. And in this plan, Mr. Jaguar also involves his former rival, Mr. Satan.

Jaguar asks Mr. Satan to come to his island to test his creations by fighting with these creatures. Mr. Satan is not alone, he departs with Trunks, Goten, and Android 18. On arrival at the destination island, they then find out that the tournament has been prepared in such a way, which makes humans have to face the natural fighters.

Although at first all went well. Trunks and Goten then realized that Jaguar had made a clone of Broly, and when the clone escaped, everyone had to work together to defeat the clone. Funimation itself released the film in 2005. And this film is one of the most forgotten films, especially when compared to the other two Broly saga films. [post_ads]

3. Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies

5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

This is the first film in the Dragon Ball series. The film itself was released in 1986. In a way, this is the latest version of the original arc in the manga series. When Goku's dragon ball is stolen by Bongo and Pasta, he must work with Bulma to find out where the dragon ball is. The adventure brings Goku to meet many iconic characters.

This film also introduces a mysterious figure, namely Blood Rubies. This film did not sell well in the market and was forgotten a lot because it was considered the quality of the dubbing was not good, especially in the American region. This is because there are several parts that were cut by Harmony Gold. In fact, this film was canceled by them, and later the film was referred to by fans as "Lost Dub." The film was later re-released, in full and uncut, in 2009. [post_ads]

4. Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure

5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

Released in 1988, this film is the third film in the Dragon Ball series. As with other films released at the time, the setting itself is in an alternate reality to the original series. The film itself attempts to adapt the story of Red Ribbon and also 22nd Tenkaichi Budokai from the manga. The film itself tells the story of Goku and Krillin who train with Master Roshi in preparation for the World Martial Arts Tournament at Mifan.

However, the tournament did not go as they had imagined. In the story, the king Mifan also tries to find Ran Ran who is missing, and the king will not stop until he finds him. Funimation released this film in America in 2000. Not part of the canon story and also the release time is not quite right, one of the reasons why this film was forgotten. [post_ads]

5. Dragon Ball: The Path To Power

5 Worst Dragon Ball Movies!

This film is a sequel to the film Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure. The film itself was released in 1996 and adapted the Red Ribbon arc. The film is also made to celebrate a decade of the Dragon Ball franchise. When young Goku met Bulma, Bulma explained to Goku about the legend of the Dragon Ball. The two of them then embark on a journey to find the dragon ball. In their adventures, they run into various popular characters in this franchise such as Master Roshi, Oolong, Yamcha, and Android 8. Apart from that, Goku also has to deal with Red Ribbon troops.

The film itself was released in America in 2003 by Funimation. Many fans have forgotten this film, because they are tired of the Dragon Ball storyline. And what makes fans even more forgetting about the film is that the series itself manages to present a very interesting story. The only reason this film was watched was when they wanted to find out about the Red Ribbon squad. [post_ads_2]

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