(13 Dragon Ball Z movies) Which do you think is the best?

@Jacruz25 (1124)
Philippines
January 5, 2012 12:04pm CST
I'll go for Dragon ball Z movie 10 (Broly Second Coming) For me I think it's the best DBZ movie because of the epic 'Father and Sons Kamehameha' scene in which Goku, Gohan and Goten launched their super kamehameha all at once just to defeat the legendary super saiyan Broly. Aside from that Broly is my favorite villain of DBZ. For you what do you think?
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@br3ndy (468)
• Indonesia
17 Jan 12
My most favorite Dragon Ball movie is the number 12: Fusion Reborn. There in the movie i can see Goku in his super saiyan 3 form and also his fusion with Vegeta and become Gogeta. My most favorite character in Dragon Ball is Goku in his super saiyan 3 form. I think he is very cool in that form. Actually the movie number 13 has Goku super saiyan 3 too, but i am more prefer the movie 12 because there are fusion too.
@Jacruz25 (1124)
• Philippines
17 Jan 12
My favorite character is the teenage gohan when he goes into high school. I think in the entire dragon ball z series the most powerful (without fusion) is Mystic Gohan.
@br3ndy (468)
• Indonesia
23 Jan 12
Now that you mention it, mystic gohan is the stongest character in entire dragon ball z. But sadly, he only got a little role in the story before he sucked by buu. For me Gohan is quite cool too because he really similiar to goku in their attitude.
• India
4 Mar 12
broly the legendary super saiyan ,broly second coming and fusion reborn
• United States
13 Apr 12
i think i have to agree with you broly second coming was awesome, but the only down fall was goku had a short but great part in the movie
@Hanyouyomi (1943)
• Dallas, Texas
28 Jun 16
Honestly my favorite DBZ film is Battle of Gods. Mostly because of what it was and what it did. For starters it took the DBZ formula and subverted it. Instead of being warned about Beerus, and then training to fight, or just straight up confront him, and have the z-fighters wait until Goku's good and ready, Beerus just shows up out of nowhere. And he's not antagonistic either, he's just a guy who wants a good fight, then he'd leave. He reminded me an awful like of Discord from My Little Pony:Friendship Is Magic with how playful and short tempered he was. But getting back to what I liked about the film was, as it was good to see some charactization. Yet it was weird to see Gohan get drunk, and by extention be wreckless, but it was weirder still to see the lengths Vegeta went to keep the Earth in one piece. This showed how far Vegeta had developed, as even has far back as the start of the Buu Saga, Vegeta would never make as big a fool of himself as he did here. But it also lead to his most awesome moment to date. That freak out and power boost that Vegeta got over seeing Bulma get slapped showed again how far he's come as a character, but it also served as a reminder that no one messes with Vegeta's family and gets away with it. And then there's Goku...Oh God, Goku... I swear it's like him and Vegeta switched personalities in this film, because it was weird, yet refreshing to see him displeased to become a God. To hear Goku voice displeasure about how he acquired the SuperSaiyan God power had me thinking:"Dude, you sound a lot like Vegeta right now..." But in thinking about it, this was Goku vocalizing what I think and Dragon Ball fan knew all along:"Goku has pride as a martial artist and a Saiyan in each achievement he makes, so having him recieve help from others to reach a new plateau in power hurts his pride a bit. And to hear him say it outright cements that fact." This was a nice showing of another side of Goku other than the carefree scattered brained nice guy we've come to know. And then the fight ends with Beerus the victor, but leaving Goku with some sage advice, as well as forshadowing of things to come with the other 11 universes and Gods. Prior to this my number 1 favorite film was Wrath Of The Dragon because of it's use of the dragon balls, and fantasy elements with Tapion and his history with Hirudegarn. I also liked the brotherly relationship Tapion had with Trunks, and the action was nice, as these elements at the time made it the perfect DBZ film in my opinion. Before Battle Of Gods came out anyway...
@secretbear (19466)
• Philippines
6 Jan 12
There are 13 DBZ movies???? Wow. I did not know that! Must be a lot of action.
@boyuancy (1709)
• India
5 Jan 12
I have seen some DBZ movies on my friend's IPod but I don't remember them exactly. But if you ask me about the episodes, nothing can beat the fight with Ginyu Force. Super Epic!
5 Jan 12
I prefer the Anime Dragon Ball Z movies over the recent live action Movie. Too much stuff tends to get simplified when condensed to a traditional movie.