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  • Actors: Jôji Yanami, Masako Nozawa, Christopher Sabat, Sean Schemmel, Mayumi Tanaka
  • Writers: Andrew Rye, Eric Vale, Jack Phelan
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: August 26, 2003
  • Run Time: 24 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000095IZU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,350 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Dragon Ball Z - Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (Uncut)" on IMDb

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A Saiyan warrior has arrived on Earth. His name is Paragus and he seeks the rightful ruler of the Saiyans Vegeta! Confessing his loyalty to his new king Paragus pleads with the powerful warrior to vanquish a rampaging Super Saiyan who is threatening to destroy the entire galaxy!But when King Kai learns of the Super Saiyan threat he begs Goku to rush to the scene of the action to take care of the problem himself. Sparks will fly as Goku and Vegeta clash over who is to be the one to confront the galaxy s new menace.However the mysterious Paragus is not what he seems. What information does he have about Goku and Vegeta s past? With Paragus volatile son Broly on the scene the Saiyan power struggle reaches new levels of excitement and danger. Broly has his own agenda and his target is the most powerful Saiyan in the Universe! But will it be Goku or Vegeta?System Requirements:Runninig time 70Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: ANIMATION/ADULT SWIM Rating: NR Age: 13+ up UPC: 704400030819 Manufacturer No: FN-03081

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In the eighth Dragon Ball movie (1993), King Kai summons Goku to stop a Super Saiyan who's laid waste to the South Galaxy, and who plans to attack Earth. Paragas arrives and implores Vegeta to rule a re-created Planet Vegeta. Paragas's son Broly was born on the same day as Goku, but at a power level of 10,000! Fearing this potential menace, Vegeta's father ordered the child killed, but he escaped with Paragus. Now the pair is seeking revenge. After the standard battles, in which characters blast each other through solid rock, Goku defeats his legendary foe--with help from Gohan, Trunks, Piccolo, and (reluctantly) Vegeta. The most surprising images in the film depict not Broly's feats of super-strength, but Goku, incongruously clad in a suit and tie for an interview at the school Chi-Chi wants Gohan to attend. (Not rated: suitable for ages 8 and older: cartoon violence) --Charles Solomon

Customer Reviews

This movie is also introduces one of my all time favorite villans, Brolli.
jeremy
The only thing I would downgrade this movie on was the fact that Vegeta was acting like a baby the whole way through which everyone knows is not like him at all.
LisaB2595
King Kai summons goku to help find and beat a ultimate force of evil known as the LEGANDARY SUPER SAIYAN.
nemesisbroly

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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By jeremy on May 28, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
This movie is by far the best of the dragonballz movies.
Its also the longest of the movies, which gives it time
to put more effort into the plot of the story, something the previous movies lacked somewhat. This movie is also introduces one of my all time favorite villans, Brolli. A super-sayin that in all respect, could rip the z-fighters apart without too much trouble.
as far as the movies that follow this, bojack,brolli 2, bio-brolli, gogetta, and dragonfist
bojack is pretty cool and i put as my second favorite movie, brolli2 and biobrolli get old
gogetta is sorta stupid, but cool at the same time
and dragonfist which is a neat little film, which i would rate
right under tree of might(which is my 3rd favorite)
As far as plot goes to those who wish to know
Pegasus (a sayin) and his son brolli come to earth to find vegeta, they claim that they have overtaken a few plantes, gathered a army, and wanted to restore Vegeta as the king of the remanding sayins.
Well Future trunks doesnt seem to think its a good idea, but goes to watch after his father.
Krillin, the old man, oblong go as well
Now... during all this Goku has been asked by King Kia to seach for the legendary super saying who was destorying planets
Goku goes to a planet that he feels a stong kia on... well it just happens to be the same planet Vegeta and the gang landed on.. humm interesting isnt it...
anwyays there vegeta goes out looking for the super-sayin with brolli (not knowing he is the legendary super sayin)
we also become aware of the fact a comit is going to hit the planet... why? well pegasus hated vegeta.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 22, 2005
Format: DVD
I liked this alot.The action and comedy was great and alla dat but the only problem is it follows the same routine as almost all of the DbZ movies.Villian comes, everybody gets their asses whooped, Goku needs them to donate their energy, then he makes a big-ass spirit bomb only this time he punched Broly in the gut.It's just that using the same way to get rid of enemies just gets, gets plain "Old".This was good but like i said doing they're same old thing.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By nir085 on January 21, 2005
Format: DVD
Once again, I truly remember why I love(d) the DBZ series back in the day, yet avoided its two loathsome complimentary series (DB & DBGT) and it is all captured in this masterpiece of a film. The long, but not boring, stretch, the silly humor inserted at the most random moments, the wonderful blend of humor/armageddon/action, and best of all, more Saiyan history! It's about time we hear a little more about the Saiyan race (even if it's not official Toriyama material, it's still nice). I do feel that some might complain about the final fight scene being a bit excessive in terms of length, but anyone who truly loves the series shouldn't mind a bit of dragging on - in my opinion, it's one of the series unique merits. Broly was a fascinating, deep character, like his father, and had I not read the character profiles before seeing the film run its course, it [the feature] wouldn't have been predictable at all. I usually hate Goku, but here he is so ridiculously stupid and childish, even in the most dramatic moments, that it only beefs up the lovable DBZness all the more.

But everyone's a critic, myself included evidently, so I'm going to show my anal stickler side and talk about the few (minor) problems I did have with this DVD/feature. I found the voice for Broly to be a little...off. I've seen plenty of pictures of Broly from DBZ fansites a while before even viewing the film and frankly I was expecting a deeper, more rugged voice, a la Super Buu form 2 (U.S. dub version). Broly's death could have made some more sense, but it was still nice. The last thing on the DVD (not the feature) that I will nitpick on is in the "extras" menu - the trailer labeled as "Dragon Ball Z" could have been labeled as "The Fusion Saga trailer" :P.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on October 31, 2012
Format: DVD
Years ago King Vegeta ordered the death of a Saiyan child because he feared his power would be rivaled one day. The name of this child was Broly. One day a Saiyan named Paragus seeks out Prince Vegeta on Earth and beseeches him to rule over the new Saiyan planet. After arriving on "New Vegeta", Trunks, Gohan and the others realize that it's an elaborate sham. They were all brought there by Paragus to be executed by his son, Broly. Broly is the Legendary Super Saiyan that the former King ordered to be killed. None of the Z fighters are a match for him. Even Goku and Vegeta struggle just to defend themselves. There is little hope for the universe with this out of control Super Saiyan.

This is one of the better DBZ movies. I personally like Bardock, Super Android 13, and The Return of Cooler. This movie is up there with those in my opinion. It is also the best of the 3 Broly movies. It's definitely worth watching. You can also buy the Broly Trilogy in Blu-ray for a reasonable price if you want to. Either way give Broly a look see.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dave on July 30, 2003
Format: DVD
First, let me say that Broly has to be the most overhyped character by many DBZ fans. I noticed one reviewer stated that he could transform into a Super Saiyan 3 and beyond. Well, that is a straight up lie! Broly never even becomes a Super Saiyan 2! Being the true Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly's Super Saiyan form is unique from the other Saiyans. In his ultimate form, he is VERY bulky and has no pupils. I used to believe that he was using the Ultra Saiyan form, which is the form that Future Trunks uses when he fights Perfect Cell, but I no longer do because an Ultra Saiyan, though much stronger than a normal Super Saiyan, is much slower due to the huge muscle increase. However, Broly has no problems with keeping up with the other Saiyans, as you will see in this movie. Therefore, I believe he simply has his own "Legendary Super Saiyan form" that no other Saiyan can achieve. It's either that, or he has somehow overcome the flaw of the Ultra Saiyan form. Though he is definately one of the most powerful and deadly villains in the DBZ universe, his strength is often times greatly overestimated. Now, it is true that he is much more powerful than the other Saiyans in their first stage Super Saiyan forms, but it is questionable how he would fare against a Super Saiyan 2 (NOTE: Gohan never changes to a Super Saiyan 2 in this movie, and if he did would probably kick Broly's butt) and he is definately no where near as strong as Super Saiyan 3 Goku.
Now that I've cleared that up, about the movie itself. Plot wise, I think it's the best of the DBZ movies. It's the only one of the 13 that's over an hour long. However, the fight with Broly was so one sided that after awhile it gets a bit boring, and the way they actually defeat him is pretty anti-climatic. However, if you're a big DBZ fan, I'd say it's worth the buy, or at least a rental.
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