They’re the best Anime that 1992 has to offer! We counts down the best anime to come out this year, including the likes of Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Buchiyabure!! Shinsei 6 Daishougun, Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Tachiagare!! Aban no Shito, Dragon Ball Z Movie 06: Gekitotsu!! 100-oku Power no Senshi-tachi, and more!
5: Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Buchiyabure!! Shinsei 6 Daishougun
English: Dragon Quest Great Adventure of Dai! Destroy!! The Reborn 6 Commanders
Japanese: ドラゴンクエスト ダイの大冒険 ぶちやぶれ！！新生６大将軍
MAL Score: 6.38
The third Dragon Quest Dai no Daibouken movie. The story takes place between episode 35 and 36 of the TV series.
After yet again defeating some of Hadlar’s (the leader of the Great Demon King’s Army) warriors and saving the princess, Dai and his fellow adventurers are relaxing and helping with rebuilding the island village. Unbeknownst to them Hadlar was usurped by a new demon lord called Galbus, who immediately sets forth to once and for all destroy Dai, using his own sextet of champions. During the initial surprise attack Dai’s friend Maam’s soul is taken and in order to get it back Dai and his friends must attack Galbus on his chosen batlleground. Will Dai survive this?
4: Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Tachiagare!! Aban no Shito
English: Dragon Quest Great Adventure of Dai! Disciple of Aban.
Japanese: ドラゴンクエスト ダイの大冒険 起ち がれ！！アバンの使徒
MAL Score: 6.50
The second Dragon Quest Dai no Daibouken movie. The story takes place between episode 18 and 19 of the TV series.
3: Dragon Ball Z Movie 06: Gekitotsu!! 100-oku Power no Senshi-tachi
English: Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler
Japanese: ドラゴンボールZ 激突!!100億パワーの戦士たち
MAL Score: 6.81
A mysterious entity known as the “Big Gete Star” clings onto planet New Namek to absorb its energy, putting all Namekians in grave danger. Dende, Earth’s new guardian, learns about the prevailing situation in his homeland and quickly requests Gokuu Son and his friends for help.
Upon arrival in New Namek, they discover that the Namekians are held captive by powerful robots, whose leader turns out to be Cooler. He explains that the advanced technology of the Big Gete Star saved him from what otherwise would have been certain death. Alongside his mechanical army, Cooler proceeds to attack Gokuu and his friends to get rid of them once and for all.
This is again the same movie like the last movie Cooler’s Revenge except with one exception. This is the first debut film of Vegeta in the countless movies of this franchise as well as taking place on
new planet Namek.
Now for the most part the action is really good but it does suffer from a rather ridiculous explanation on cooler’s survival and why is it that cooler feels the need to take over planet namek is something that sounds so far-fetched to even begin with.
From the start of this movie you have apparently a planetary size star known as the Big Gete star which somehow revived cooler from the sun
giving cooler a an entirely new form in a mechanised body even more powerful than before. All and all this was very stupidly written indeed.
Whats more cooler has gain the power of controlling a host of mechanical machinery as well as creating an absurd army amount of metallic clones of
himself like he is Ultron from the avengers or something, he has a body that is very durable upon powerful impact and can also use a lock on system, Goku’s Instant transmission SOMEHOW even though we are not informed how that is even possible, He can repair his entire body from scratch from the big gete star system that detects any sign of damage on himself and he uses very fast artificial Regeneration like he is Tetsuo Shima from the anime Akira.
Yeah I think you get the point he is pretty much more ridiculously haxed than before! Not even both super saiyan goku and vegeta could match him.
Aside from that, we have other characters in the film joining goku and vegeta such as the usual kid gohan, krillin, piccolo but surprisingly also Yajirobe and Master Roshi who only offer the comedic moments but its nice to see master roshi as always but I definitely cannot stand that pig oolong for one second.
The animation was ok and music just wasn’t really anything that good.
This movie I felt had a pretty rushed ending for the most part and the dumb thing is I dunno why I didn’t mind it.
The only things I enjoyed were the fights and the fact that vegeta made his debut which is cool but all in all this film is just average like other films of the Dragon ball franchise I felt the weaker films were bio Broly, Lord Slug and curse of the blood rubies AAaahhHH
I cringe whenever I hear those names.
P.S I swear saying the Big Gete star almost sounds like I’m saying the spaghetti star which sounds weird to me for no reason.
Although I feel DBZ Movie 4: “Lord Slug” is the worst DBZ movie, DBZ Movie 6: Cooler’s Return AKA “Clash of of 10 Billion Powerful Warriors” is another one of the 3 truly awful DBZ movies. This is the movie I will be discussing today, before wrapping up my trilogy of reviews with DBZ Movie 11: Bio Broly.
The general consensus is that Cooler’s Return has the single worst plot of any DBZ movie. I fully agree with this conclusion. After being blasted into the Sun with a Kamehameha, A small fracture of Cooler’s skull including his eye has somehow managed to escape the Sun’s tremendous gravity and travel an unbelievable distance into deep interstellar space. In the void of interstellar space, the skull fragment collides with a super advanced alien computer chip, which is drifting way out in deep space because…reasons. This computer chip uses Cooler’s remaining brain (even though we can see VERY little if any brain survived) to construct a giant mass called the “Big Gete Star” out of astroids and self replicating nano-machines. This giant, grey blob called the Big Gete Star happened to be near the new Planet Namek, so Cooler took control of the Gete star and commanded it to attach on to Namek like a giant tumor and drain the planet’s energy. Even if we were to buy the bullshit about Cooler’s skull fragment escaping the Sun’s gravity, how in the HOLY FUCK did the skull fragment travel far enough to be near New Namek when it collided with the computer chip!!? New Namek wasn’t even located in the same quadrant of the Universe as Earth. If you were to divide the entire Universe into 4 giant chunks, this is another quadrant and probably BILLIONS of LIGHT YEARS away! In less than 1 year, Cooler’s skull fragment with no “warp drive” or teleportation managed to travel a couple Billion light years distance! Even by the idiotic standards of DBZ, that is fucking preposterous!!! At the same time Cooler’s blob attacks Namek, the Z fighters just happen to be on vacation there using a ship….even though it was an important plot point in the Future Saga that they had no idea where it was in the series and only Goku could travel there using “Instant Transmission”, which locks onto a Ki signature and teleports to that Ki source. The Z fighters then fight against Cooler and his clones in order to save New Namek.
Goku and Vegeta fight against an army of Mecha-Cooler clones and the rest of the Z fighters all fight against lame cyclops robots. I will give this movie credit for being the only DBZ movie in which our heroes must fight a massive army instead of a single powerful opponent. That was actually a kind of neat idea. I also give it credit for including more of the other Z fighters and giving them a tad of action instead of JUST getting their asses kicked in 2 minutes. Unfortunately, we don’t actually get to see the fight between the Cooler Army and Goku/Vegeta. I’m serious! The fucking movie fades to black and we see Goku and Vegeta tied up inside the Big Gete Star after presumably being beat up offscreen. Cooler attempts to drain their energy, but apparently they still have so much energy left that it overloads the computer’s systems and causes the Gete Star to explode along with all the Coolers. That’s really what happens! This is by far the STUPIDEST villain death in all of DBZ. It isn’t satisfying, it is completely anti-climactic, and it wasn’t even given any kind of foreshadowing or anything to make it acceptable.
Animation and music:
Like with Lord Slug, the animation and music are average here. They aren’t terrible, but not notable either. The only interesting sequence of animation in this movie is Cooler using nano-machines to regenerate parts of his body after repeatedly getting blown apart. That…actually looked kind of awesome! Other than that, I don’t really have any praise left.
Deciding which is worse between Lord Slug and Cooler’s Return is a VERY difficult decision, but I think Cooler’s Return is the SLIGHTLY better movie for a few reasons. Firstly, the movie at least had the concept of the Z warriors fighting a massive army of opponents, which DBZ honestly had never tried before this point and never really tried again until the new movie “Resurrection of F”. Secondly, at least Cooler looked a lot…well…cooler than Lord Slug! Despite just being a watered down version of Freeza’s character with no independent personality traits, quirks, or anything to set him apart besides an extra transformation, fans of DBZ actually LIKE Cooler. He kind of looks badass and gives us another member of Freeza’s unusual race, which we learn VERY little about during the manga or anime. It is hinted in the anime filler that Freeza’s race is the “Arcosians” that North Kai said gave the Saiyans their technology and ran the Planet Trade Organization. Although this has never been stated in the manga or confirmed by Akira Toriyama himself. Lord Slug on the other hand, is just a lame ripoff of King Piccolo that NO ONE thinks is badass and no one actually wants to learn more about his character. That is why Cooler got 2 different movies and Lord Slug only got 1. Of course Broli got 3 because he is BY FAR the most popular movie villain. Lastly, this was the first DBZ movie to take place away from Earth and set the stage for the vastly superior Movie 8. All previous DBZ movies used the same formula of: evil dude comes to Earth and Z warriors must kill him. This movie at least “sort of” broke the mold and allowed a TINY bit more creativity to go into DBZ movies, which ultimately allowed for the zany, off the wall fun of future movies like DBZ Movie 12: Fusion Reborn. Conclusion: This isn’t a good movie by ANY stretch of the imagination, but it isn’t quite as bad as Lord Slug. If you are a diehard DBZ completionist and feel the need to watch this movie, just relax and try not to think too hard!
Ok, joking’s over, to the business now…
DBZ Movie 6: Return of Cooler is a non-canon movie, meaning it’s anime original and never happened in the manga.
My positives from the movie:
1, Metal Cooler looks cool
2, Fighting fanservice
3, 10 million Coolers vs Vegeta’s ballsack (no, that’s not a name of a porn movie)
4, DBZ art style and music coat.
My negatives from the movie:
1, The fact Cooler has survived the sun’s heat head-on is absurd. If you consider how Frieza looked after Namek’s explosion.
2, This movie is about fighting only. There’s no interesting addition to Cooler persona. His purpose is the same as the previous movie: Frieza vibes plus Darth Vader vibes.
3, Vegeta appearing out of nowhere is a big plot hole.
4, Big Gete Star. I am not a fan of this plot device.
For me, Return of Cooler is worse than Revenge of Cooler. It doesn’t take any time to attempt to develop Cooler as a character. Instead, they give us cheap Darth Vader and fighting fanservice, and that’s not enough for me.
I’ve rated Revenge of Cooler 6/10, and since I think Return of Cooler is worse, I give it 5/10. I guess you can try this movie. I did enjoy fighting, but I can’t recommend it to you as it’s just below average, and fighting scenes won’t save its score.
2: Dragon Ball Z Movie 07: Kyokugen Battle!! Sandai Super Saiyajin
English: Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!
Japanese: ドラゴンボールZ 極限バトル!!三大超サイヤ人
MAL Score: 6.86
Dr. Gero’s Androids #13, #14, and #15 are awakened by the laboratory computers and immediately head to the mall where Goku is shopping. After Goku, Trunks, and Vegeta defeat #14 and #15, #13 absorbs their inner computers and becomes a super being greater than the original three separately were. Now it is up to Goku to stop him.
Yet again, this is for Dragonball Z fans. If you don’t ike the episodes I highly doubt you will like this movie and would waste your time reading on. If you do like the episodes, feel free to continue reading. If you have not seen Dragonball Z t all then I recommend watching it first, atleast up to the end of the Android / Cell Saga, this kind of fits in with it.
The story of this is basically the most powerful android Dr Gero has created (that they have seen so far) and yes you guessed it..they have to kill it, the action is pretty much right the way through the film it gets moving pretty quick. It’s pretty much an hour of combat.
The animation wasn’t bad, nothing special, the typical Dragonball Z animations.
As this is a movie and most movies d have, for Dragonball Z. The sound was better than the series but not the best from the movies.
Same as you’d expect from Dragonball Z. Won’t explain it more as I really don’t think you will enjoy this movie if you did not like Dragonball Z.
This was my second favourite Dragonball Z film and I have watched this various times.
For those of you reading this that aren’t Japanese, do you remember your first time watching an anime in the original Japanese with subs? This was my very first experience ever watching ANYTHING in a foreign language and reading sub-titles. The year was 1999 and I was 11 years old. My local comic store sold bootleg VHS tapes made by the Chinese Triad, including all the DBZ movies. I bought this movie because it had an epic cover art slapped on it that actually had nothing to do with the movie. The Chinese bootleggers just put completely random cover art on all their DBZ VHS tapes. For most of you, this was one of the shittiest DBZ movies, but for me it was an epic experience!
The movie starts with Android 17 decapitating Gero with a roundhouse kick, which was completely edited out of the US version. For some reason, the movie actually adds a copious amount of blood that wasn’t in the main series version of that scene. Having never watched anime “uncut” my 11 year old mind was blown by the shower of blood when Gero gets his head smashed! I mention in some of my other reviews that I rented and bought a bunch of shitty late 80s and early 90s OVAs to bask in the manly violence. THIS was actually the movie that started that path. I put up with bullshit like Genocyber, MD Geist, and all the others like a drug addict trying to chase down that first “high” that you never quite feel again. This movie has ZERO plot, but the fights are and fast and furious, the animation is good for DBZ standards, and it is quite enjoyable for any DBZ fan.
Even better than the violence was the amazing soundtrack! I had never heard the Shunsuke Kikuchi soundtrack until this movie and only experienced the US soundtrack by good ol’ Bruce.
HOLY SHIT! This music was SO much better that it made this shitty movie worth re-watching again and again just to experience it. Youtube didn’t exist and bootleg VHS was really the only way to listen to the glorious original soundtrack! I’m not sure if it was ever uploaded to Napster and my computer would have been WAY too slow to download it anyways. The epic music for the battles, the badass character themes for Piccolo and Vegeta, and the absolutely beautiful song that plays when Goku uses the Spirit Bomb (Genki Dama for you fucking Weaboos!) Music plays a massive role in how much we enjoy movies, even though we often don’t realize the impact that it has. Imagine Star Wars with a shitty soundtrack! It would be a good film, but the experience simply would NOT be the same! I didn’t fully realize would a monumental difference soundtrack could make until watching this movie and hearing the difference between the Japanese and US soundtracks to DBZ. In that regard, this movie actually was an important step in my development as a film critic by opening my eyes to that fact.
Did I rate this film objectively and completely free of nostalgic bias? Hell no I didn’t! I’m only human, and we are all susceptible to nostalgia. Knowing this allows me to have empathy and avoid becoming quite as bitter and condescending as some other critics. I may feel a twinge of anger when someone rates Mirai Nikk or Black Lagoon a 10/10, but if that was my first violent anime, my first sub, my first introduction to a Japanese soundtrack, and I watched it at age 12, I would probably have done the same thing. God bless this shitty movie, its bloody violence, and its glorious soundtrack!
“Super Android 13” has lame jokes, bad voice acting, and worse of all, a storyline that could have been written by simpletons: Robots programmed to kill Goku. That’s it. Seriously! It’s a pretty poor effort even for an action film. There’s practically no character development (or even characterisation) to speak of, and barely any dialogue, just continuous battling. But since it’s an action anime, it would have been redeemable if the action is even half decent. Alas, it isn’t. It’s ridiculously unimaginative, and follows the usual hero keeps powering up till he wins patterns with impressive faithfulness. If there’s anything that I hadn’t seen before, it’s the ultra-fast-exchange-of-blows style battles… but the movie used it so much (like 90% of the time) that by the time it finished I was already bored of it.
*sigh* I can see why this “movie” is only 45 minutes long. It would be hard to make anything longer than this with the kind of material that this anime has to work with.
1: Muumindani no Suisei
MAL Score: 7.69
Unusual things have been happening in Moominvalley. Moomin, Sniff and Mee leave for the Observatory on the Lonely Mountains to confirm the Muskrat’s words: a comet is about to hit Moominvalley and destroy everything. On the way they meet Snufkin, the Hemulen and the Snorks and experience many adventures.
I watched this movie twice. The first time I watched it with Polish dubbing and a bad subtitle that I found and translated just for me to watch; the second time I watched it when I translated this movie into my language, which is Portuguese.
This movie is a prequel to the Tanoshii Muumin Ikka series, and is a good introduction for those who want to see more of Muumin. It doesn’t matter if this movie is seen before or after the series, since it takes place before and, as I said, is a good introduction.
Here we see how Moomin met Snufkin, Floren and Snork, his brother. They go on an adventure to find out about the comet that is going to fall on Moominvalley.
Since I saw this movie before the series, I knew nothing about Moomin’s world or the characters. Everyone is introduced in a natural way as they are going to find out about the comet.
We know that Snufkin is a wanderer who doesn’t care much for material possessions; Snif is greedy for wealth but never gets anything; My lives a lot with the Moomins and so on. Of course, this was introduced in the series, but this for me, who saw the movie before, was a good introduction.
I liked the characters in the movie, and did not intend to see the series. I ended up watching the series and liked the characters even more.
The technical part of the movie is ok. It is on the same level as the series, when it comes to animation. What stands out most in this movie in terms of visuals is the extremely well-detailed scenery.
The end of the movie is pretty cool, and it can make you want to see the series.
In general it is a nice movie. It is very simple and functional to get to know the characters. I recommend it.
I may be a little bit biased with this one, but I noticed that there was not a single review for Moomins! I tried not to put too high ratings, but it’s so hard. I already feel like I’m giving it lesser score that I actually think it deserves. Sometimes it’s hard to be objective…
So where should I begin? Yes, it’s a “children’s movie”, Moomins are targeted for children (which is odd since the original source, Tove Jansson, didn’t emphasize them to kids especially…) but you can see a lot of mature themes and grim moments – I wasn’t allowed to watch Moomin’s before going to bed when I was a kid. Do I still watch Moomins? Of course! This is a good example of an animation that pleases everyone – at least I’ve never heard of a person who hated Moomins.
The lore and the world in Moomins fascinate me a lot. This movie is no different, and it serves as an “origin story” to the show and it underlines the tone that the whole show will have – except I remember that the show was a little bit more lighthearted, which can be explained by the plot of this movie; A gigantic star is falling from the sky! You remember when Final Fantasy 7 went grim and melancholic when the star was peeking from the horizon, soon to be crashed on earth? Well same here, except the gripping feeling is through the whole movie “Will they make it in time?”.
The story is done well, it really gives you the feeling of a long and exhausting adventure, even though it’s a short movie. The setting is build up perfectly for the show to continue where they left off, but the movie stands alone perfectly – just like the show does (so you don’t need to watch them both if you don’t want to.).
The art style… oh boy. I just love it okay? It’s simplistic but detailed where it needs to be? That sounded confusing.
I haven’t seen same kind of art anywhere else. I love how the hills, forests and other landscapes look. The colors blend together beautifully and give away a serene and a mystic feel in some way. Sure, the characters may seem a little bit simply done, but I think that’s a matter of opinion if it bothers someone or not.
For it’s time, it was really pretty and I think it has aged perfectly.
The characters are the weakest point to be honest, but they are still pretty decent.
I’ve always loved Snufkin (really? that’s what you call him in english/japanese?) and he definitely shines in this one once again. I just think he is so cool, travelling all the time and being handy, friendly, few with words and mysterious.
The protag in itself is pretty neutral moomin, someone that the audience can relate to and look up to, since he is also quite brave.
I was often referred to Little My as a kid because of my short temper… Eh, people either love her or hate her.
But the blandest character… Floren. She is bearable in this movie, our heroes save her and her brother and she is pretty neutral, but in the show… She is just so meh. I never really liked her as a kid that much since she was too girly and moody in my opinion.
This movie has it’s great, okay and meh characters. All of which succesfully entertain you and makes you feel attached to them. The best character? The muskrat (a philosopher muskrat) who lives under the bridge. His most famous line “Stupid woman – Cleaning doesn’t help anything” is a bit of a running joke in finland.
and the music! It’s awesome. Do I need to say more? (go google “Sumio Shiratori” soundtrack and listen those sweet tunes) THIS MUSIC SHOULD BE ON SOME VIDEO GAME OH MY GOD IT’S SO GOOD! (I’m sorry I had to.)
but… the voice acting. I really can’t bear the voices in japanese. Maybe it’s nostalgia, I don’t know. Little My sounds really unbearable. I prefer the Finnish voice acting and subtitles. Maybe it won’t bother you. It bothered me.
I think that I fell in love with Miyazaki’s films because of Moomins. They are in many ways similar. And no wonder; Akira Miyazaki worked in this! He may not be Hayao, but the similar feel this movie and the show has is striking. Moomins are enchanting and enriched my young mind with wonder and adventures. If you love Howl no Ugoku Shiro or Majo no Takkyuubin, I think you should check out moomins.
This is a show/movie I’m going to revisit many times and in a few years I’m going to watch it with my own children.
(I’m sorry if my review is too hyped, I tried to tone it down. Moomins are my weak point and it’s terribly hard to stay objective about them! I have notalgia goggles and I admit that.
You can see if I’m only talking and go watch it! It’s only 1h and 15min movie! If you get hooked there is always the show too!)
Moomins, or Muumit, like we call them here in Finland, are these little gritter-like creatures – size-wised somewhere around a hedgehog – who live in a not-so-magical and almost-realistic-like world, called the Moomin valley, spending their days mostly just… well, pretty much in a same manner, like I used to spend my summers when I was a kid. Originally created by Tove Janson, Moomins weren’t originally ment especially to be mainly for kid’s entertainment, since the original strips contained pretty heavy adult themes, like drinking, life and death, once place in a world, loneliness and fear. The original Moomins even looked pretty creepy, and the characters tended to be way more adult-like, than how I used to know them as a child! But, since Japan showed an interest to turn this dark, mysterious finnish creation into a slice of live- formula-based tv-show for kids, it’s only natural, that in a prosess, the movie was also made! And, here it is! Moomins the Movie: the Armageddon!
So, what’s the story then? The story begins on a events even earlier than the actual tv-show. Moomin family is settleing down in a peaceful Moomin valley – how it was called, before this little convenient naming, I wonder? – and building up their vairly marketable blue round house, when one stormy night, a shady character under a bridge tells them, that something bad is on it’s way, and there’s absolutely nothing they should, or could do. After a heavy rain of soot, Moomin trollen, accompanied by couple of his friends, decide to travel all the way to the Lonely Mountains, in a search for a observatory, and on the way, they meet many friends and enemies, like Snuffking, the travelling but world-wise hermit, crystal-obsessed lizards, dangerous bug-eating Angostura-tree, Hemulen, Octopus, and of course, know-it-all Snorken and his sister Snorkfröken, who becomes Moomin trollens immiedate love-interest. Together they learn, that a dangerous Comet is on it’s way to the Moomin valley, and it’s only about two days time to evacuate, and save whatever there is to save – funny thing is, that the astrologists have absolutely no idea, what will hapen when the comet hits!
The story is indeed exceptional, considering the sourcematerial, but oddly enough, it really actually works to it’s favour! It’s not overly complex, and it’s thus easy to follow, but it gives constantly that odd yet curious vibe about something unknown approaching, not exactly knowing what it is or what’ll does, and if the worst possible hapens, what’s left after – rebuild, death, or search for a new home? Seeing how this steadily approaching threat from beyond the stars, with no name, personality or motive, simultaneously destroys everything on it’s way and causes bot panic, terrors and sadness to those, who’re about to loose everything, but also exitement and joy for those, who won’t understand the real danger and are just waiting in a amazed awe, is both terrifying and dark, that wouldn’t so easily fly in many other franchise, especially aimed for kids. And, since this movie was partly made in Japan, the music is of course a top notch, since every single piece and note fits and plays perfectly in every scene, complimenting the beautiful landscapes and emotions, so that the overused exposition is almost completely left out. This movie doesn’t hold any hands, or doesn’t try to make something “less frightening” that it should be. It’s a story about a world, that’s about to end – how much sugar coating there really can even be?!
That all being said, I really can’t say, whom I can recommend this to, other than all the fellow finns, and those rare individuals abroad, who know the original Moomins. You don’t need to know all the characters, or their stories, since most of the characters are actually met first time in this movie, as their own debute to the viewer. This movie was Finland’s seventh most watched movie in it’s time, but still, it never saw a light of day in any country outside of Japan and Scandinavia, and sadly, it was never dubbed in english – not in my knowledge, anyway. If you even happen to find it from the ether, I’m pretty sure it’s either on finnish, or swedish, and since not so many people actually really understand any of these two languages… yeah, good luck watching this movie, if you’re at all interested. My condolences.
Overall, this movie is great. It starts of the whole premise for the tv-series, introducing many of our favourite characters and even some of the actual world and it’s wonders and dangers, without being too overwhelming, and even tough it is mostly suitable for kids, even adults can still enjoy watching it with them. If I could, I would translate this whole movie into english subs, since I know Finland is gaining popularity on abroad, as a relatively interesting country and culture, but because I myself don’t own this movie in DVD… yeah, I’m not that smart!
Enjoy this movie, those of you who can, and keep the spirit of Moomins burning bright! And that theme music… omg what a earworm that is!
Did YOUR favorite anime make the cut? Let us know in the comments below!
1. Muumindani no Suisei
2. Dragon Ball Z Movie 07: Kyokugen Battle!! Sandai Super Saiyajin
3. Dragon Ball Z Movie 06: Gekitotsu!! 100-oku Power no Senshi-tachi
4. Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Tachiagare!! Aban no Shito
5. Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken Buchiyabure!! Shinsei 6 Daishougun