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Dragon Ball Z Movie 14: Kami to Kami


Alternative Titles

English: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
Synonyms: Dragon Ball Z 2013, DBZ (2013), Saikyou Shidou
Japanese: ドラゴンボールZ: 神と神

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 30, 2013
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Duration: 1 hr. 25 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.591 (scored by 57,311 users)
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Ranked: #13422
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Popularity: #907
Members: 82,157
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Synopsis

Dragon Ball Z Movie 14: Kami to Kami brings Gokuu, Vegeta, Piccolo and your other favorite characters back for a new revitalization of the Dragon Ball universe. Enter Beerus, the God of Destruction. Having awoken from his slumber, Beerus seeks to find an opponent worthy of challenging his power. After being shocked to learn that Frieza has been defeated by a Saiyan, Beerus sets out to analyze the legend of the Super Saiyan God in order to find his ultimate opponent. His destination: Earth, home to the few survivors of the Saiyan race. And if a Super Saiyan God is not there, the Earth's destruction will just have to do as entertainment.

How will Gokuu and friends fare against a god that is even feared among the other gods?

Background

The story of Dragon Ball Z Movie 14: Kami to Kami was later adapted into the Battle of Gods Saga in Dragon Ball Super. Unlike most other Dragon Ball Z movies, this film is considered part of the anime's canon. It was also the first Dragon Ball film to be released theatrically in 17 years.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Piccolo
Supporting
Furukawa, Toshio
Japanese
Trunks
Supporting
Kusao, Takeshi
Japanese
Jinzouningen 18-gou
Supporting
Itou, Miki
Japanese
Bulma
Supporting
Tsuru, Hiromi
Japanese
Kuririn
Supporting
Tanaka, Mayumi
Japanese

Staff

Sabat, Christopher
Producer, ADR Director
Bogdan, Gyarmath
Producer
Watanabe, Yuusuke
Script
FLOW
Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Arrangement, Inserted Song Performance


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"Cha-La Head-Cha-La" by FLOW




More reviewsReviews

Sep 18, 2013
Soul_Punisher (All reviews)
Its been a long time since I've seen a DB/DBZ Movie, and unlike all the other usual
macho good guy vs bad guy films that I've seen in the past of this franchise before.
This film takes an interesting alternative within the series and starts to proceed in a different dimension in this movie compared to the other usual movies in the past.

It would seem that this movie is actually cannon to the series stated by Akira Toriyama himself as this takes place 3 years after kid buu's defeat and 4 years before Uub's appearance at the world martial arts tournament within the anime. Don't worry read more
Apr 1, 2013
ParaParaJMo (All reviews)
Taking place a few years after the final battle with Buu comes a new threat, Birusu, The God of Destruction. He is feared by even the Kaious and Kaiou-shin himself. After a 39 year slumber (since the destruction of the Planet Vegeta), Birusu awakens and wonders how Freeza is doing and always talked about fighting him. Apparently, his assistant informs him that Freeza was defeated by Gokuu and that he obtained the form of Super Saiya-jin. During his slumber, Birusu had a dream about fighting the Super Saiya-Jin God and wishes to do battle with him. Always loving a good fight for the sake of read more
Sep 14, 2013
Enigmo (All reviews)
First thing I just have to talk about is the art/animation... Seriously, I see a lot of people complain about the animation of the original DBZ series (though I personally love it and find it to be amazing for a 80's/90's show), well watch this and observe some of the best 2D animation in the history of 2D animated movies/tv shows. Seriously, practically every scene is accurately drawn, complexly shaded (as in they have shades, mid-tones, and highlights, whereas most 2D animations only have shades, and mid-tones - oh and One Piece where there's only mid-tones), and basically any other positive thing you can possibly read more
Sep 15, 2013
KaminaKai (All reviews)
Give me pudding or I destroy the Earth!

Just when I thought this movie might be the rebirth of Dragon Ball, it presented itself as a lousy, high quality, piece of junk. Perhaps it was the initial hype from trailers that got me excited, but after thoroughly watching the movie twice, I just can’t seem to appreciate it. At all. But let us first get the good points of the movie out of the way since there are very few to talk about anyway.

The animation is quite something. If only the recently remastered DBZ TV series could be completely re-animated like that, I’m sure the read more

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