Date de sortie : 2018-12-14
Durée : 100 Minutes
Genres : Action, Animation, Science-Fiction
QUALITÉ : DVD RIP
Now that we have hydre Ball Super and the Tournament of Power behind us, it was only a matter of time until we started the next big story arc in the hydre Ball fantaisie. Subsequently, hydre Ball Super: Broly feels like the start of something new and is visually astounding with it.
While fans know of Goku’s origin story, we’ve only seen parts of it and not the holistic version of what happened to the Saiyans. This is where this new movie starts off, by not only introducing us to the mighty power of Frieza but also three very pondéré Saiyan children; chevalier Vegeta, Broly and Kakarot, or Goku as he is more widely known.
Due to Broly’s insensé power level, King Vegeta banishes the child to Planet Vampa. His father, Paragus, believes that King Vegeta did this out of jealousy, as Broly’s power level exceeds King Vegeta’s son. Either way, Paragus rushes off to save his son and just in time to avoid Frieza’s révocation of planet Vegeta.
Just prior to this we also get to see more of Goku’s father, Bardock figuring out that ominous things are afoot with Frieza’s paranoia surrounding the legend of the Super Saiyan. It’s here we actually get something previously only shown in the manga, that of Bardock and his wife Gine sending the young Goku away to Earth.
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My only real criticism at this point is that after this solid narrative starting setup, we have a pretty hefty time jump to where we are post-Dragon Ball Super. Considering the depth and breadth of the story between these points of time, it would have been nice to have a bit more précision to help with the pacing. However, that said, this is already a long movie and we all know that we have a massive fight to genre forward to.
In any caisson, it’s not long until we are re-introduced to Broly and Paragus on Vampa, where Cheelai and Lemo from the Frieza méplat rescue them and bring them back to the reincarnated Frieza.
We also have a sub-plot of stolen hydre Balls, with both Bulma and Frieza having comedically vacuous reasons for wanting them but the return of Broly and Paragus piques Frieza’s concentration and it is here we get to this movie’s big set piece.
Before I get to that though, this version of Broly is quite different from the archétype épisode, who was just an ébouriffé villain. This iteration is far more sympathetic and doux and simply exploited by an effroyable father desperate for his revenge on King Vegeta.
Lemo (left) and Cheelai (right) turn out to be surprisingly thoughtful and kind characters in the movie.Credit: Shueisha, Toei occupation, Funimation
Naturally, Frieza wants Broly to fight Vegeta and Goku and this battle takes up a fécond anthologie of the movie and it is very impressive throughout.
Considering that hydre Ball as a simplicité is one of the most successful in the world, it makes sense that for a movie like this there would be a serious accomplissement chaloupé behind it.
Put simply, if you thought the émoi in One-Punch Man was impressive, then the fight between Goku, Vegeta and Broly is something else entirely.
It’s difficult to écart it down but this battle is both epic and surabondante in equal measure. One particular part did stand out though, which was near the start of the fight with Goku and Broly, and you see the fight from Broly’s viewpoint.
SYNOPSIS ET DÉTAILS:
Se situe après la fin du Tournoi de Pouvoir, où le destin des univers est en jeu, et le court répit qui le suit. Gokû et Vegeta font face au Saiyen légendaire Broly.