The Red Ribbon Army, an evil organization that was once destroyed by Goku in the past, has been reformed by a group of people who have created new and mightier Androids, Gamma 1 and Gamma 2, and seek vengeance against Goku and his family.
I'm fully aware this movie gets a lot of hate, though I can't understand why, it's within their right to have such feeling. Personally, I enjoy watching it. 2D animation will always be a better alternative but this 3D graphics isn't bad either, I have a good time watching the full action scenes which almost doesn't give us any room to breath, the choreography is excellent too. Story-wise nothing special about it, the ending's kinda cliche too, well I mean, Dragon Ball cliche, it wouldn't be a Dragon Ball movie without such ending. The villains somehow are a little bit underwhelming, without so much of a character development, but it's nice to see both Piccolo and Gohan get the spotlight sometimes, so not so bad at all, but not great either.
Reviewed by donsanuk8 / 10
Dragon Ball is awesome, 3D is ok, Cell Max is ridiculous
Finally a new Dragon Ball movie! The world is waiting for new movies and more Dragon Ball Super episodes for years, seriously!
This movie is cool, the 3D choice is ok, but Cell Max just screaming all the time is ridiculous, he is sadly a big fail ...
Character development is nice! Delightful to see Son Gohan finally back
Animation looks good, despite the camera spinning around too much
But this final boss needs improvement, such a waste of potential. Cell is supposed to be elegant, clever, to absorb other characters to become stronger, not just a stupid animal screaming all the time, what went wrong with this??
Looking forward more episodes and movies asap.
Reviewed by msbreviews6 / 10
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero offers what most fans of the saga come looking for, but it's sadly unfulfilling.
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"Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero offers what most fans of the saga come looking for: energetic action, new transformations, and the classic Akira Toriyama humor that works brilliantly in this film.
The risk and courage in creating a narrative focused on Gohan, Piccolo, and Pan turn out to be successful due to the more intimate context, but it's still quite far from the epic levels and supreme satisfaction of the last movie.
Exaggerated fan service leads to unjustified, absurd new forms. The pacing and balance of the different storylines and relationships lack better control. The fight sequences have good moments, but some abrupt cuts take away some of the dazzle. And finally, 3D animation proves to be a massive decline in almost every aspect compared to the ideal mix used in recent content.
It's a pleasant, light, fun adventure but sadly unfulfilling."