‘Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F’ Features ‘All Killer No Filler’ Scenes; Tickets Running Out Fast

By Martin Suan | 1 year ago
‘Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F’ Features ‘All Killer No Filler’ Scenes; Tickets Running Out Fast

A review for the “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” made rounds on the net recently, implying that it’s worth every dime that any “Dragon Ball Z” fan would spend. What could fans expect? Read on for more details.

It could not be denied that various US fans are expecting for “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” to hit theaters and a Comicbook.com assessment said that it’s an “85-minute pure payoff” and “all killer no filler.”


The movie featured ridiculous 3D action, advanced modeling and CG backgrounds that gave various fresh looks to fight scenes.

“Dragon Ball: Resurrection F is the coda to DBZ that fans have been waiting for. With action, humor, and moments for nearly every character to make fans of all stripes happy, the movie fits about a season of the show into one concise package,” the publication said.

“Dragon Ball: Resurrection F” Tickets Are Limited

Jerome Mazandarani and Andrew Hewson previously revealed that “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” is set to hit theaters across the UK on September, which was four weeks later of the US release. The UK would have a theatrical showing in significant number of movies houses, Japan Curiosity noted.

The listings of the release would also be available soon and if fans chose to pre-order tickets, they would reportedly have the chance to receive one of two limited edition “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F” fighting figures that could not be found anywhere else. This would be very appealing to those who are doing collections.

Furthermore, a home media release was reportedly planned, but no specific date was mentioned except later this year.

Fans should also take note that the theatrical release is limited, within Aug. 4-12 only. And, as of this writing, tickets are available in almost every theater across the US as shown in the official website.

However, it would be better to check on the site for updates as theaters were being added daily.

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Photo source: Official Website/“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F”