[x-post /r/europe] I am Max Schrems, a privacy activist who successfully campaigned to stop Facebook's violations of EU privacy laws and had the EU Court of Justice invalidate the Safe Harbor agreement between the EU and the US.
The story begins with Goku, who seeks out upon his adoptive grandfather Grandpa Gohan's dying request to find the great Master Roshi and gather all seven Dragon Balls.
Of which he has one, in order to prevent the evil Lord Piccolo from succeeding in his desire to use the Dragon Balls to take over the world.
And Goku's quest is to obtain the mystical Dragonballs before Piccolo does.
After amassing an impressive list of credits working for American productions filming in his native Canada, Chatwin, 30, headed to Los Angeles to try his luck.
Aided by his disciple Oozaru, the evil pair brought the human race to the brink of annihilation. The movies attempts to follow the dragon ball story line, meanwhile adding a "modern" spin on it (ie.
chi chi's castle, and Master Roshi lives in a regular semi whats up with that? What the viewers want to see is a storyline that follows the cartoon series without any changes, and additions.
Overall, the plot is weak, the characters do not look like the cartoons (ie.
Yamcha, Master Roshi), the 2D cartoon series had better special effects than the movie (and the series had NO special effects, thats how terrible it was).