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4.0 out of 5 stars The Heros Legacy
This is an intersting piece of work in that it is a Dragon Ball Movie but the story takes place decades after GT ends. It is also light on action and more in tune with some comedy and story telling.

The story here is that it has been nearly a century since GT ended and Goku went to train with Shenron. Pan is now an old woman who is raising her grandchild Goku...
Published on December 14, 2004 by Vicente Drago

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3.0 out of 5 stars They've Lost the Essence of Dragonball
As I see it, the essence of dragonball is ascension to higher levels of consciousness. This film simply lacked the creativity shown in other episodes and films. Watching a descendent of Goku transform to super saiyan for the first time in their life should be an event of epic proportion. In this movie it is nothing of the sort. My summary is this: simple plot, ok fight...
Published on December 28, 2004 by E. Petroff


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4.0 out of 5 stars The Heros Legacy, December 14, 2004
This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
This is an intersting piece of work in that it is a Dragon Ball Movie but the story takes place decades after GT ends. It is also light on action and more in tune with some comedy and story telling.

The story here is that it has been nearly a century since GT ended and Goku went to train with Shenron. Pan is now an old woman who is raising her grandchild Goku jr. Goku bears an uncanny resemblance to his ancestor but lacks his courage (much like a young Gohan). Goku gets bullied at school and does not stand up for himself. One day while Pan is lecturing Goku on how he should stand up to those bullies she suffers a heart attack. Goku fearing the worst decides to journy to Mount Pao to find the Dragon Balls and wish Pan healthy again. Along the way he faces off against some evil demons, gains some friends, and even brings out his hidden powers (aka Super Sayin). In the end all ends happily as he meets his Ancestor Goku and learns of what real courage is and what his future could hold.

This is a simple movie that like I said is light on action and is more about telling a good story. Goku is a lovable character and the villians, although weak compared to what his ancestor faced off against numerouse times prove menacing enough that they are decent foes. Overall this is one of the better Dragon Ball movies and comes recomended. However if you watch them for the action then you may want to avoid this one.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Fun, Lighthearted Dragon Ball film, September 21, 2004
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This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
This is a nicer, more laid-back DB film. It's about young Goku, not the powerful Saiyan, his descendant. 100 years after the end of Dragon Ball Z, young Goku's grandmother Pan has suffered a stroke and is in the hospital. He sets out on a journey to Mt. Pao, his great great grandfather's home to find the Dragon Ball, which has the power to heal his grandmother. A nice movie full of comedy and emotion. Not a hardcore fighting movie, but it does have a camillo with a beloved Dragon Ball character.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Don't expect awesomeness, but a darn fine piece of work., April 12, 2010
This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
Don't expect any great quality movie like one from the DBZ series, (Broly, lord slug, bojack, etc.) But then again, I don't think they were aiming high when they made this movie. This is definitely a good movie, and don't listen to these bad reviews, they were expecting too much from this movie.

If you do get this movie, expect something like Dragonball, not dbz, or even DBGT. The point of this movie wasn't to make awesome fight scenes, (if it was...i...ive lost all hope for the world) or a great story, it was to make something of pretty good quality, but not great.

Get it, enjoy it, move on, grow older, forget the movie, come back to it 8 years later....you know the story.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars MOvie, March 4, 2013
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This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
love dragonball all the way to dragonball gt i enjoy this movie on what happen after the gt series ended great movie
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun, Light-hearted Dragon Ball Film, a review by CYD, January 30, 2005
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This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
This is a nicer, more laid-back DB film. It's about young Goku, not the powerful Saiyan, his descendant. 100 years after the end of Dragon Ball Z, young Goku's grandmother Pan has suffered a stroke and is in the hospital. He sets out on a journey to Mt. Pao, his great great grandfather's home to find the Dragon Ball, which has the power to heal his grandmother. A nice movie full of comedy and emotion. Not a hardcore fighting movie, but it does have a camillo with a beloved Dragon Ball character.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dragon Ball Gt: Hero's Legacy [VHS], August 8, 2013
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Awesome product! I'm very pleased that I was able to buy a product like this one before. Very interesting.to buy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great service., December 18, 2011
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We received it before it was due to come in and it was in great condition. The tape played really great and made a good addition to my collection.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally in America!, November 22, 2004
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This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
I've seen the Japanese version of this film, and couldn't wait for it to be dubbed into english.

100 years after Goku leaves Earth, his Great Great...well, you get it, Grandson, Goku Jr., has to set out on a quest to find the 4-star dragonball, which he believes will help his sick Grandma.

Even though Goku Jr. is a complete coward, you have to fall in love with him. He's absolutely adorable, even when there are tears and snot running down his face, and pee running down his leg. He finds out at the end that he does have courage when he needs it, and proves that the power of the Super Saijin will never die.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Short and Sweet- Not your typical Dragon Ball GT, August 8, 2007
This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
Looking at the cover for this movie, I bought it thinking that I would get the proper dosage of over-the-top action that defines DBGT.
Boy, was I glad to be wrong.
The cover is simply packed with lies, as to this is not an action-packed Chop Socky-fest. Instead, it focuses on Goku Jr., a decendant of (who else?) Goku, who's trying to find the 4-star Dragon Ball to save Pan, who is his grandmother. Along the way he encounters a hot bluish-green chick who wants to eat him, and teams up with a bully who's tormented him for ages.
No long, drawn-out fights here, just good storytelling and character development.
While there are plot inconsistincies (where in the heck are Goku Jr.'s parents?), this is a nice way to end Dragon Ball. Entirely worth the cash.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An interesting experience, August 5, 2006
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This review is from: Dragon Ball GT - A Hero's Legacy (DVD)
I've been a Dragonball fan for a while now, and this has to be the most interesting dragonball movie yet. This brings back the adventurous quality that was found in the "Lost Episodes" of Dragon Ball GT, or the Dragonball series as a whole. Its an enjoyable experience, but the main character, Son Goku (Not the one we all know, his Great great Grandson) is a bit of a wimp, which is disappointing to see.

Overall, if you want a good anime experience, or you just like Dragonball, this movie is worth watching again and again
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