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Dragonball Evolution Writer Apologizes For His Script, Admits He Was Chasing A Paycheck


The Dragon Ball franchise has enjoyed a lot of success in manga, television, video games and animated movies for over three decades, but in 2009, it was officially brought to live action on the big screen for Dragonball Evolution. Unfortunately for fans who enjoy the adventures of Goku and his large supporting cast, the movie bombed both critically and commercially, and ranks at a measly 14% on Rotten Tomatoes. Seven years after its release, Dragonball Evolution writer Ben Ramsey is now apologizing for how the movie turned out. Using Dragon Ball super-fan Derek Padula’s website The Dao of Dragonball as ...
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