Let's be honest, this film had nearly no resemblance to anything in the Dragonball franchise. I've heard of artistic liberty, but this takes the cake. This was a complete rewrite of the entire Dragonball world. My only theory is that neither the director, nor producer nor even the security guard on set, saw any of the Dragonball anime episodes.
They literally should have renamed all the characters and slap the title "White Ninja" on it. It would have been far more believable. For any Dragonball fan, this was a complete slap in the face. And, I don't understand why Hollywood continues to do this. They take a franchise, with millions of core fans, and bastardize it for some unknown viewer and ruins the entire series.
Sometimes you cannot blame the actors, well not completely. You have to take into account what they're working with. The script was just poor. It was so poorly laid out that one has to piece together what it all meant. That is the main reason I said it should have been simply named "White Ninja". The Dragonball world was never laid out in prain engrish. I don't mean treat me like a child and spoon feed me narration, but don't be so terrible at storytelling that I have to guess what you mean.
I knew going in this movie was going to ... in a word ... suck. But, to not even be recognizable as Dragonball is just astonishing.
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