The Saiyajin named Turlus has come to Earth in order to plant a tree that will both destroy the planet and give him infinite strength. Son Goku and the Z Warriors cannot let this happen and duke it out with the invaders for the sake of the planet.
Pink Mizu Dorobou Ame Dorobou, Kennosuke-sama, and Dragon Ball Z Movie 03: Chikyuu Marugoto Choukessen were triple-billed in theaters as a part of the “Akira Toriyama the World” screening at the Toei Anime Fair.
Another Dragon Ball Z movie, another improvement on the ones I've watched before. This makes 4 in a row!!! This one is especially surprisingly - it turned out to be quite a good action anime overall, and not just compared to the other movies of the franchise. As far as fighting anime go, it's certainly not quite as the same level as the Street Fighter 2 animated movie, but still it's pretty good.
The action is quite absorbing for once, consisting of more than just ultra fast punching sequences, and the story is actually slightly more sophisticated than the usual "here's a new boss, now
go get him, Goku" format that I've come to expect from the Dragon Ball Z movies. Unfortunately, given the incompetence of the story board of the franchise, it also means there are more plot holes - you would think it's impossible to have plot holes in a plot that's as thin as this, but they somehow managed it. The ease with which the Eternal Dragon is summoned seems like a bit of a cheat - if they can summon him that easily and get it to grant any wish, surely they can just used it to solve any problem? It's funny how they used it to solve one small problem in their path rather than the root of their problems. Also, the ending... it's kinda hard to be any more specific since it would count as a spoiler, so lets just say the way it ends is pretty ridiculous.
Well it's a Dragon Ball Z movie. We have cute young Gohan and a little purple dragon. I really enjoyed some of the cuter scenes.The fight scenes are decent, but less exciting than most of the other movies. Plot line is good, it mostly focuses on Gohan and Goku. We do get to see the other characters, Chi-chi, Piccolo, Krillin, the little pig thing, King Kai, and some others. It's a pretty short movie and could easily be watched by someone who has never even seen Dragon Ball Z before without confusion.
The art style is typical of the older Dragon Ball Z episodes and