Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
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An industrial disaster in Other World has unleashed a gargantuan monster, and the Z fighters are taking action! Janemba's arrival has thrown the dimensions into turmoil, leaving the door between worlds gaping open and the dead are rising from their graves. To combat this juggernaut, Goku must power up to his race Super Saiyan 3 form, but shockingly the move is not enought. It's a battle on two fronts and teamwork is the key! As time runs out, Goku stumbles across a weary Vegeta and devises a risky plan that might be the universe's only hope...Fusion Reborn!
As the 12th Dragon Ball Z movie (1995) opens, a young demon causes a major accident at King Yemma's checkpoint for souls. Centuries of karmic sludge transform the demon into Janempa, a gargantuan monster who breaks down the barriers between dimensions, allowing the living and the dead to mingle. As Janempa resembles an enormous yellow Pokémon and is surrounded by what appear to be giant hard candies, he doesn't feel like much of a threat. When Goku attacks him, Janempa mutates into Janemba, a reptilian android in a horned helmet. The only way to defeat this monster is for Goku to fuse with the dead Vegeta into an even more powerful Saiyan. After an embarrassing error, they form Gogeta, an ultimate warrior who cleans Janemba's clock. One of the weakest Dragon Ball movies, Fusion Reborn is a long, silly build-up to a climax that ends before it really begins. (Rated TV PG, suitable for ages 10 and older: violence, a Hitler caricature viewers may find offensive) --Charles Solomon
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The action in this movie is solid for being 11 years old (released originally in 1995) and can still stand up against many other fighting animes and sequences out right now. The sequences and locales are sometimes quite imaginative... (who'd've thought fighting in a world of jelly belly beans would be so amusing?)
On the conversion. The video quality is crap and nowhere near polished... Funimation could've at least remastered the animation. Not sure how the quality was when they released it out in Japan... or if it was widescreen originally. Japanese language is as stated... mono. Japanese subtitles were surprisingly direct using those -kuns, -sans, and what not... it sounded accurate... but I'm no linguist. English dub I didn't check and will have no comment. I'm expecting the same amount of quality as their previous Dragonball Z dubs.
That's my 2 cents on it. One more Dragonball Z movie is left. Little Trunks gets his sword on that one. And it was a little darker compared to this sometimes light-hearted movie. Look forward to it. I will.