Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks
NR | 24 February 1993 (USA)
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It has been thirteen years since the Androids began their killing rampage and Son Gohan is the only person fighting back. He takes Bulma's son Trunks as a student and even gives his own life to save Trunks's. Now Trunks must figure out a way to change this apocalyptic future


Very best movie i ever watch

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Thanks for the memories!

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Great movie! If you want to be entertained and have a few good laughs, see this movie. The music is also very good,

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Watch something else. There are very few redeeming qualities to this film.

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The Story line seems a bit Stupid. Why does gohan not just find the dragon balls and bring back the other fighters. another thing, Where does trunks get the sword from. In the original timeline he gets it after they all defeat an alien and Tapion gives it to him, But in this one everyone dies before even Cell so how would he get the sword which came at the end of dragon ball z? the plot is kid of dumb too, not like the original dragon ball. Gohan has one one arm? lol that was funny, just get some more magic beans they didn't say anything about them being destroyed, and in the original dragon ball even though goku died he still came back to help why cant he come back now? and he died from a flu? really the greatest warrior in the galaxy and he dies from the flu? wow. i thought it was kinda stupid. anyways i don't know why people think this one is so good they clearly haven't watched all the dragon ball moves and TV series.

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To be honest I never really had the urge to watch this particular Dragonball Z movie. I knew how the story went and had no real urge to see it played out with some exceptions. Still I am watching the seasons of Dragonball Z now and at the android saga and my girlfriends cable went out and she had this so I decided to finally see it. Suffice to say it was okay. I really wanted to see the other characters demise as Tien, Kuririn, Piccolo, and Vegeta's defeat at the hands of the androids only got very brief scenes. Instead most of it is just watching the androids kill and terrorize which was somewhat interesting as you could tell they were more cold blooded than the androids that came to be after Trunks visited the past, you could also tell they were weaker as adult Gohan and Trunks could fight both of them for a bit, while the ones in the series tore through their stronger foes at first with ease. The story focused a lot on Trunks and Gohan and their scenes just were a bit much to watch. Also, you basically knew how the fights would end and how the story would end so there were no real surprises. As I figured before I ever watched it, there was nothing really there to see. What Trunks told the guys in the past covered it well enough to me.

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Dark Genius

The "History of Trunks," was the greatest DBZ movie that i have seen. It had more drama than the normal movie, and that was what made it so great.Basically it reveals the future in which everyone except Gohan and Trunks have been killed by the Androids, and the two Z-fighters train hard to win the future...

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Robert S.

Well, I have to say that I was impressed by FUNimation's translation of the Trunks Special. The VAs performed quite well, and the script was fairly decent.The dubbed special features a variety of musical acts, although the most disappointing music, by far, was the title sequence by Andy Baylor. The obnoxious techno track did not match the opening animation at all, and actually had me longing for "Rock the Dragon".I would recommend waiting for the bilingual DVD to come out, so that you may enjoy the special in its "true" form, but if you can't wait, then the VHS version of "The History of Trunks" should keep you happy for now.

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