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646f9e108c The death of Dr. Gero at the hands of Androids 17 and 18 prompts the activation of Androids 13, 14, and 15. They try to kill Goku, who fights them with the help of Trunks, Piccolo, Vegeta, Krillin, and Gohan.
When Trunks gives his last ditch effort vs super android 13, the android smashes his sword to pieces. Then he blasts trunks quite a distance away. the sword would have fallen to the ground and more than likely would have been destroyed completely or lost when Goku did the SSJ version of the spirit bomb. Yet when trunks is next shown he still has the hilt showing from the back. I doubt he would have gone back to the future so soon. Therefore it was probably just a slip on the design team. Another than this mistake it is a well done movie. Sigh i don't need 10 lines to explain how the design team messed up. This will have to do so i can submit this.
When I saw this movie, Dragonball Z: Kyokugen battle!! San dai super saiyajin (Dragonball Z Movie 7) I thought it would be interesting. Instead, all I got was 3 androids kicking Goku and Trunks's asses. My fav movie in the DBZ series is Movie 13 (exploding dragonball fist). If you want to find out more about androids and how Android 13, 14, and 15 fight and merge into Super 13, be my guest. 5 stars. Could do much better....

There is no simple answer to this question, but I shall do my best.<br/><br/>Toei Animation originally animated the movies in a 4:3 aspect ratio (equivalent to the square-ish size of a typical old-style television set.) However, they intentionally animated the movies with the intention of being cropped, so as to fit onto Japanese theater screens. In other words, they were very careful in animating the movies, so that no details would be lost when cropping for a theatrical exhibition. All theatrically-release Dragon Ball/Z/GT movies were, indeed, cropped for their theatrical release, but animated from the beginning by Toei knowing they would be cropped.<br/><br/>It gets even more confusing with the American DVD releases. Early American Dragon Ball/Z/GT movie releases were in a 4:3 aspect ratio. Usually in America, this is the aspect ratio associated with cropping a theatrical movie to fit an old square-shape television set. In actually, the OPPOSITE is true.<br/><br/>This is Toei&#39;s original 4:3 animation, BEFORE it was cropped for Japanese theatrical exhibition. In other words, these versions actually had MORE picture than the Japanese official theatrical releases! However, as was previously stated, these movies were created with the intention of being cropped for widescreen exhibitions, so these movies actually had more picture on the screen than was ever meant to be seen.<br/><br/>The latest &quot;double features&quot; released in America of the Dragon Ball Z movies properly crop the movies back to their Japanese widescreen exhibition aspect ratio, and are enhanced for viewing on widescreen televisions. At long last, American audiences have the &quot;properly cropped&quot; versions that only Japan has had for years.<br/><br/>However, one of the double features was of the Trunks/Bardock specials. These originally aired on TELEVISION, in a 4:3 aspect ratio, and were intended to be seen as such. That said, this double feature HAS been cropped, and is no longer in its proper original aspect ratio intended for viewing.Which versions of the movies should I buy?<br/><br/>Like the series itself, the movies have many different reiss

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