That’s… interesting. I’m not sure I should take that as a compliment or an insult.
I’ve seen all of Dragon Ball, Z, GT and Super but havn’t seen any of the movies except Battle of Gods and Resurrection “F”. In the UK, until last year, the movies were really hard to come by. They only had limited DVD releases which you could only buy for ludicrous prices second hand. They only finally gave them a proper Blu-Ray release for all the Z movies recently, but each movie pack only has 2 movies (except for Broly where he gets all 3 movies in one) for like £15. Also the same with the 2 Z specials, the reason being that the English dub licenced music for it and it was some kind of rights problem that had to be overcome.
I might get them some day, either piece by piece at £15 a pop (and with 7 packs, that adds up to £105), or swallow the pill and buy the pack that contains all of them for £80. Honestly, the fact that most of the movies are less than 60 minutes kindof puts me off too. It’s funny how expensive the older films are, but you can buy a Blu-Ray of Battle of Gods and Resurrection “F” in a 2 pack for £8. It also sucks how they havn’t given the treatment for the original Dragon Ball movies either, so if you’re in the UK you’re kindof screwed on getting those 4.
So yeah, havn’t seen the Broly trilogy. I really only know of them from Team Four Star’s movie ranking video, and they don’t have a high opinion of Broly himself, despite the rest of the fandom seeming to love him. (Although it does sound like it is fairly unanimous that his second and third movies suck.) Should be interesting watching the movie, I do like DBS alot actually… although mainly due to the last saga, The Tournament of Power. I loved that, lots of great fighting and set pieces and so many interesting characters from the 7 other universes.
Personally I hope the rumour that Dragon Ball may return to TV soon after Broly’s movie is true, either with Super resuming or it coming back under a different name.