Last night, yours truly made a truly momentous decision. One that affected both his head and heart. The next time the person at the concession stand tells you that for fifty more cents you can get the large popcorn, you spit in their face and karate chop them in the throat, folks. An ocean of popcorn will just make you never want to see that snack ever again. There's not enough napkins in the world to wipe that butter from your hands, it's like digging into a fresh corpse and soaking yourself in a gaping bloody wound of I was at a theater in the evening, a great big theater that, despite its size, was well off the beaten path, and despite the high price, I enjoyed myself because the movie I was there to see was a little art house movie called Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Gods.
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It is the first Dragon Ball movie in 17 years to have a theatrical release, the last being the tenth anniversary movie in , which followed the first three Dragon Ball films and the thirteen Dragon Ball Z films. Unlike previous theatrical Dragon Ball releases, this was a full feature-length production with a stand-alone release and not shown as part of the now-discontinued Toei Anime Fair formerly the Toei Manga Matsuri. Madman Entertainment acquired the Australasian rights and screened the movie at the Japanese Film Festival in Australia before screening the English dub to select theaters in August , and Manga Entertainment released the film in the United Kingdom in November