The presentation here is the best that Dragon Ball has seen in years as classic energy and beam attacks make a comeback, but hand-to-hand skirmishes shine with great choreography that hasn’t really been seen in a while. Clashes no longer rely on faster than light flashes, but instead hand to hand choreography and a return to breakdancing maneuvers from Goku backflipping to a handstand to deflect a divebombing Broly to Vegeta blocking and kicking Broly away with a windmill maneuver with his legs. Attacks are no longer yelled out in pace killing fashion but are heard in tandem to the soundtrack as they are called out alongside the tribalistic chanting of character names.Watch Dragon Ball Super Broly Full Movie online
Funimation | Goku and Vegeta in winter clothesThere are a few complaints to be had with the film as it uses CGI in its fights which can distract viewers as the art switches from hand drawn linework to a-little-too-smooth computer drawn lines and shading and that can make some scenes feel like they were lifted from the Dragon Ball FighterZ game. The film also contains a limited cast that mostly focuses on the Saiyans and Frieza’s henchmen, as well as some classic cast characters like Bulma, Piccolo and Trunks , but many more like Roshi, Krillin, and Gohan are nowhere to be seen.