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Dragon Box: The Movies, a DVD box set that includes the first seventeen animated films, released by Toei on April 14, 2006.

Dragon Ball is a Japanese media franchise created by Akira Toriyama in 1984. Since 1986, there have been 23 theatrical films based on the franchise, including twenty anime films produced by Toei Animation, two unofficial films, and one official live-action film.

In 1996, Toei Animation revealed that the first sixteen anime films, from Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986) to Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995), collectively sold 50million tickets and grossed over ¥40 billion ($501 million) at the Japanese box office, making it the highest-grossing anime film series up until then, in addition to selling over 500,000 home video units in Japan.[1]

The first and only official live-action adaptation of the series, Dragonball Evolution (2009), which adapted vaguely the events of the franchise, made over $58 million worldwide, against a production cost of $30 million.[2] It received a 15% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with an average rating of 3.5/10.[3]

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (2013), the first canon film produced with Toriyama's involvement, became the franchise's most successful film up until then. The latest and most successful movie to date, Dragon Ball Super: Broly (2018), grossed more than $100 million worldwide,[4] and is--as of March 2019--the 11th highest-grossing anime of all time. The last two films, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (2015) and Dragon Ball Super: Broly, both hold an 82% approval rating rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[5][6]

Films

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Animated

No. English title
(Japanese title)
Director Writer Theatrical release American release
1 Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies
(Dragon Ball; ? ; Doragon B?ru Shenron no Densetsu)
Daisuke Nishio Toshiki Inoue December 20, 1986 (1986-12-20)[7] September 9, 1995 (1995-09-09)[a][b][c]
A retelling of Dragon Ball's origins, this is a different version of the meeting of Goku, Bulma, Oolong, and Yamcha. They are all looking for the dragon balls for different reasons when they cross paths with an evil king named Gurumes, who is also looking for the dragon balls. The events of the movie take place in place of the Emperor Pilaf Saga of Dragon Ball.
2 Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle
(Doragon B?ru Majin-j? no nemuri hime; ? )
Daisuke Nishio Kenji Terui July 18, 1987 (1987-07-18)[8] December 15, 1998 (1998-12-15)[d]
Goku and Krillin are given an assignment by Master Roshi to retrieve the sleeping princess from Lucifer by which he accept them as his students. But the mission proves to be more perilous than originally thought. The movie takes place at the start of Goku and Krillin's training under Master Roshi.
3 Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure
(Doragon B?ru: Makafushigi Dai-B?ken; /? )
Kazuhisa Takenouchi Yoshifumi Yuki July 9, 1988 (1988-07-09) November 7, 2000 (2000-11-07)[e][f]
Goku and Krillin attend the World Martial Arts Tournament for fun, which is hosted by Emperor Chaozu. Bora and his son Upa attempt to hide the dragon ball they found from the emperor's forces, which are under the control of the evil Shen and General Tao; and Bulma conducts her own search for the dragon balls with the help of Yamcha, Puar, and Oolong. The movie seemingly takes place during Goku and Krillin's training under Master Roshi.
4 Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone
(Doragon B?ru Zetto; ?Z)
Daisuke Nishio Takao Koyama July 15, 1989 (1989-07-15) April 11, 1997 (1997-04-11)[g][h]
5 Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Kono Yo de Ichiban Tsuyoi Yatsu; ?Z ?)
Daisuke Nishio Takao Koyama March 10, 1990 (1990-03-10) November 26, 1997 (1997-11-26)[i][j]
6 Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Chiky? Marugoto Ch?kessen; ?Z )
Daisuke Nishio Takao Koyama July 7, 1990 (1990-07-07) November 29, 1998 (1998-11-29)[k][l][m]
7 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug
(Doragon B?ru Zetto S?p? Saiyajin da Son Gok?; ?Z ?)
Mitsuo Hashimoto Takao Koyama March 9, 1991 (1991-03-09) October 11, 1999 (1999-10-11)[n]
8 Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Tobikkiri no Saiky? tai Saiky?; ?Z )
Mitsuo Hashimoto Takao Koyama July 20, 1991 (1991-07-20) September 18, 2000 (2000-09-18)[o]
9 Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler
(Doragon B?ru Zetto Gekitotsu!! Hyaku-Oku Paw? no Senshi-tachi; ?Z !!100)
Daisuke Nishio Takao Koyama March 7, 1992 (1992-03-07) September 22, 2000 (2000-09-22)[p]
10 Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!
(Doragon B?ru Zetto Kyokugen Batoru!! San Dai S?p? Saiyajin; ?Z !!?)[q]
Daisuke Nishio Takao Koyama July 11, 1992 (1992-07-11) November 20, 2000 (2000-11-20)[r]
11 Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan
(Doragon B?ru Zetto Moetsukiro!! Nessen Ressen Ch?-Gekisen; ?Z !!)[s]
Shigeyasu Yamauchi Takao Koyama March 6, 1993 (1993-03-06) November 15, 2000 (2000-11-15)[9][t]
12 Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Ginga Giri-Giri!! Butchigiri no Sugoi Yatsu; ?Z !!)[u]
Yoshihiro Ueda Takao Koyama July 10, 1993 (1993-07-10) May 25, 2001 (2001-05-25)[v]
13 Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming
(Doragon B?ru Zetto Kiken na Futari! S?p? Senshi wa Nemurenai; ?Z !)[w]
Shigeyasu Yamauchi Takao Koyama March 12, 1994 (1994-03-12) October 15, 2001 (2001-10-15)[x]
14 Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly
(Doragon B?ru Zetto S?p? Senshi Gekiha!! Katsu No wa Ore da; ?Z !!?)[y]
Yoshihiro Ueda Takao Koyama July 9, 1994 (1994-07-09) July 30, 2002 (2002-07-30)[z]
15 Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn
(Dragon Ball Z Fukkatsu no Fusion!! Goku to Vegeta; ?Z !!?)
Shigeyasu Yamauchi Takao Koyama March 4, 1995 (1995-03-04) May 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)[10][aa][ab]
16 Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon
(Dragon Ball Z Ry?-Ken Bakuhatsu!! Gok? ga Yaraneba Dare ga Yaru; ?Z ?!!)[ac]
Mitsuo Hashimoto Takao Koyama July 15, 1995 (1995-07-15)[11] January 22, 2004 (2004-01-22)[ad]
17 Dragon Ball: The Path to Power
(Doragon B?ru Saiky? e no Michi; ? )
Shigeyasu Yamauchi Aya Matsui March 2, 1996 (1996-03-02)[12] October 26, 2001 (2001-10-26)[ae]
18 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Kami to Kami; ?Z )
Masahiro Hosoda Akira Toriyama March 30, 2013 (2013-03-30)[13] August 5, 2014 (2014-08-05)[14]
19 Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'
(Doragon B?ru Zetto: Fukkatsu no 'Efu'; ?Z ?F)
Tadayoshi Yamamuro Akira Toriyama April 11, 2015 (2015-04-11)[15] April 18, 2015 (2015-04-18)[16][af]
20 Dragon Ball Super: Broly
(Doragon B?ru S?p?: Buror?; ?)
Tatsuya Nagamine Akira Toriyama November 14, 2018 (2018-11-14)[17] January 12, 2019 (2019-01-12)[18][ag]
Following the Tournament of Power, Broly and his father team up with Frieza, who is in search of the Dragon Balls, against Goku and the rest of the Z Fighters.

Live-action

No. English title Director Writer American release Japanese release
1 Dragonball Evolution James Wong Ben Ramsey April 10, 2009 March 10, 2009
In Dragonball Evolution, the young Goku reveals his past and sets out to fight the evil alien warlord Lord Piccolo who wishes to gain the powerful Dragon Balls and use them to take over Earth.

Unofficial

No. Official title Director Producer Korean/Chinese release
1 Dragon Ball: Ssawora Son Goku, Igyeora Son Goku Wang Ryong Hyeon-shik Ahn December 12, 1990
2 Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins Chun-Liang Chen N/A 1991

Reception

Box office performance

Film Box office gross Budget
Japan United States and Canada Other territories
Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies ¥40,000,000,000[ah] N/A N/A ?
Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle
Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan $658,982[19]
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound N/A
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn $540,707[19]
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon N/A
Dragon Ball: The Path to Power ¥600,000,000[20]
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods ¥3,042,017,581[21] $2,800,000[22] $17,961,356[23]
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' ¥3,780,620,150[24] $8,008,363[19] $29,867,509[25] $5,000,000[26]
Dragon Ball Super: Broly ¥3,895,569,200[27] $30,712,119[19] $51,305,720[28][29] $8,500,000[30]
Anime regional total ¥51,318,206,931 ($610,094,496) $42,720,171 $99,123,131 $13,500,000
Anime worldwide total $751,723,144
Dragonball Evolution ¥848,205,249[31] ($9,362,785)[32] $8,451,374[33] $39,683,540[34] $30,000,000
Live-action worldwide total $57,497,699 $30,000,000
Regional total ¥52,166,412,180 ($619,242,627) $51,171,545 $138,806,671 $43,500,000
Worldwide total $809,220,843

Home video sales

Film Japan (units sold)[1] Japan (est. revenue) United States (revenue)
Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies 25,000 ¥70,000,000[35] ?
Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle 21,000 ¥58,800,000[35]
Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure 24,000 ¥67,200,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone 28,000 ¥78,400,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest 33,000 ¥92,400,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might 38,000 ¥106,400,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug 42,000 ¥117,600,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge 38,000 ¥106,400,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler 42,000 ¥117,600,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! 43,000 ¥120,400,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan 40,000 ¥112,000,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound 37,000 ¥103,600,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming 36,000 ¥100,800,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly 29,000 ¥81,200,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn 25,000 ¥70,000,000[35]
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon 9,610 ¥26,908,000[35] $4,770,466[36]
Dragon Box: The Movies[37] 59,800[38] ¥504,525,000[37] N/A
Dragonball Evolution 25,012[39] ¥38,343,396[40] $8,316,099[41]
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods 71,535[42][43][44][45] ¥483,953,334[46] $491,534[47]
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' 66,728[48][49][50] ¥291,929,400[46][50] $8,083,129[51]
Regional total 733,685 ¥2,748,459,130 ($32,332,494) $21,661,228[ai]
Worldwide total $54 million (est.)

Critical response

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
Dragonball Evolution 15%[53] 45/100[54]
Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' 83%[5] N/A
Dragon Ball Super: Broly 83%[6] 59/100[55]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies was originally licensed to Harmony Gold USA around December 28, 1989, who dubbed and released the film in conjunction with Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure.
  2. ^ The second version was produced by Funimation as a pilot to sell the Dragon Ball series to American syndicators, was originally premiered on syndication on September 9, 1995 (along with the first episode of the Emperor Pilaf Saga).
  3. ^ On April 6, 2010 Funimation announced that Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies would be released to a bilingual DVD on July 27, 2010, but the release was delayed to December 28, 2010. Funimation announced the voice cast for a new English dub of the film on November 12, 2010.
  4. ^ Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle was released on December 15, 1998 in VHS and on December 6, 2005 on DVD as part of the Dragon Ball Movie Box Set.
  5. ^ 'Dragon Ball: 'Mystical Adventure was aired on December 28, 1989 by Harmony Gold USA broadcast their dub along with Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies.
  6. ^ It was redubbed by Funimation, and released on November 21, 2000 on VHS, and February 27, 2001 on DVD.
  7. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone was released on December 17, 1997 on DVD by Pioneer.
  8. ^ It was re-released on May 31, 1998 on DVD and redubbed by Funimation.
  9. ^ Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest was released on May 26, 1998 on DVD by Pioneer.
  10. ^ It was re-released on November 14, 1998 on DVD and redubbed by Funimation, along with Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might.
  11. ^ Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might was aired in the broadcast on November 15 and 22, 1997 by Saban.
  12. ^ It was released on September 13, 1998 on DVD by Pioneer.
  13. ^ It was re-released on November 14, 1998 on DVD and redubbed by Funimation, along with Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest.
  14. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug was produced by Funimation and released to VHS and DVD on April 7, 2000.
  15. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge was released on DVD and VHS on January 22, 2001 by Funimation. In 1996, Creative Products Corporation made an English dub for the Philippines with the title Dragon Ball Z: Battle of the Strongest. It was shown in theaters and was released on VHS there.
  16. ^ Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler was released on DVD in the United States on February 13, 2001 by Funimation.
  17. ^ Also known as Extreme Battle! The Three Great Super Saiyans
  18. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! was released in North America on DVD by Funimation on February 4, 2001.
  19. ^ Also known as Dragon Ball Z: Burn Up!! A Close Fight - A Violent Fight - A Super Fierce Fight and Dragon Ball Z: The Burning Battles
  20. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan was released on February 26, 2001 on DVD by Funimation.
  21. ^ Also known as Dragon Ball Z: The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy
  22. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound was released on DVD on August 17, 2001 by Funimation.
  23. ^ Also known as The Dangerous Duo! Super Warriors Never Rest and Dragon Ball Z: Dangerous Rivals
  24. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming was released in North America on April 5, 2002 on DVD by Funimation.
  25. ^ Also known as Dragon Ball Z Super Warrior Defeat!! I'll Be The Winner and Dragon Ball Z: Attack! Super Warriors
  26. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly was released on September 13, 2002 on DVD by Funimation.
  27. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn received a theatrical release as a double feature with the special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku (1990), under the title Dragon Ball Z: Saiyan Double Feature.
  28. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn was released on September 17, 2003 by Funimation.
  29. ^ Also known as Dragon Ball Z: Explosion of Dragon Punch
  30. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon was released on March 12, 2004 on DVD by Funimation.
  31. ^ Dragon Ball: The Path to Power was on DVD and VHS on April 29, 2002 by Funimation.
  32. ^ Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F was released in North America on August 4, 2015 by Funimation and 20th Century Fox International.
  33. ^ Dragon Ball Super: Broly was released in North America on January 16, 2019 by Funimation and 20th Century Fox International.
  34. ^ The first sixteen Dragon Ball anime films, from Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986) to Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995), grossed over ¥40 billion ($501 million) at the Japanese box office.[1]
  35. ^ The Dragon Ball anime series and anime films have collectively sold more than 30million DVD and Blu-ray units in the United States, as of 2017.[52] It is currently unknown how many of these sales were for the Dragon Ball anime films specifically.

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