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90’s fan-favorite anime show Dragon Ball Z comes to the big screen with it’s latest film Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F, a lukewarm return for fans that delivers the charm but really leaves out the emotional weight of the series that we know and love. I was a fan of the series 10 or so years ago when Cartoon Network was airing the show on Toonami so naturally when I got word that my local theater was showing this new movie featuring the return of Frieza, I was interested to see how the Z fighters were holding up and for the most part they haven’t changed a bit. Resurrection F really does a great job of bringing you back into their world. The animation hasn’t changed and is still impressive to watch and the story makes sure you are caught up with the characters through creative exposition that never feels forced or awkward. This is really appreciated seeing how it has been a full decade since I have seen anything from Dragon Ball Z. The action scenes in this are also very fast paced and very fluid, really harkening back to the glory days of the show.
The story here is also very exciting because we get to see one of the most notorious villains from the show come back to get revenge after his very unconventional exit from the series. The plot follows surviving members of the Frieza Force looking to resurrect their leader Frieza by using the Dragonballs and it is up to Goku and the rest of the Z fighters to finish Frieza off once and for all. It is very straight forward but still in the tradition of the show. This is also where the film begins to suffer because there is this sense of familiarity that really hinders progress. If you have ever watched the show you know how this movie is going to play out and it never deviates from this formula. There is also the lack of logic and emotional weight that has been lost in the translation. While there are big fights scenes between Goku and Frieza there all of the supporting character just standing and watching when it is obvious that if they all team up this fight would be over in seconds. Not only that there are some serious convenient plot points that really rob this film from being different or truly exciting.
There are some events that happen here that will shock the audience, which is always good. However when the characters watching the same thing has no reaction what so ever the effect of the plot twists are completely ruined. It seemed like the creator Akira Toriyama had all these ideas that worked but then he remembered that sequel could be possible so he rewrote them all together and made jokes about it. All in all Dragon Ball Z Resurrection F is a fun nostalgia trip, but that is about it. It’s fun to see all your favorite characters back and fighting again but in the end that is all it is. There is no real pay off and there are some cheap cop-outs that might anger some viewers. If you love Dragon Ball Z this is worth watching.