In this edition of the Movie Skewer, the Film Renegado enlists the help of 2 latino friends to take on the big screen adaption of the popular anime/manga Dragon Ball: Dragon Ball Evolution, a movie the fans had been waiting for years until 20th Century Fox finally greenlit the project under the direction of James Wong (Final Destination), however no one was ready for the huge failure this movie was destined to be.
Here's the first episode of my new series of Dragon Ball Retrospectives.
Hopefully it doesn't get taken down because some corporate idiot
doesn't understand what Fair Use is...
First installment of my new series of Dragon Ball Retrospectives
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