Dragonball Evolution

Dragonball Evolution
Dragonball Evolution

Film Details

Year

2009

Duration

80 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this futuristic adventure, the evil alien Lord Piccolo is intent on taking over the earth, and the only person that can stop him is schoolboy sports-whizz Goku. The two enter into a deadly game whereby whoever manages to gather the seven mystical Dragon Balls will gain unimaginable powers. Plenty of martial-arts and console-style action ensues and, on top of all that, Goku still has to contend with more earthly teen concerns, such as girlfriend problems and schoolwork.

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PG Classification

This film has one use of moderate bad language and contains moderate violence

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