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Dragon Ball Z Full Movie Tagalog Version 2015


Dragon Ball Z Full Movie Tagalog Version 2015




Dragon Ball Z is a popular anime series that follows the adventures of Goku and his friends as they fight against various enemies to protect the Earth and the universe. The series has spawned many movies, video games, and spin-offs over the years. One of the most recent movies is Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F', which was released in 2015 and featured the return of one of Goku's most powerful foes, Frieza.


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However, not many people know that there is also a Tagalog version of this movie, which was dubbed by Filipino voice actors and aired on GMA Network in 2021. The Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' is a rare and interesting piece of media that showcases the Filipino culture and language in a different context. In this article, we will explore some of the features and differences of the Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'.


The Voice Actors




The Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' features a cast of talented Filipino voice actors who have voiced various anime characters in the past. Some of the notable voice actors are:



  • Goku: Jefferson Utanes, who also voiced Naruto, Luffy, and Ichigo in their respective anime series.



  • Vegeta: Vincent Gutierrez, who also voiced Sasuke, Zoro, and Renji in their respective anime series.



  • Frieza: Neil Yu, who also voiced Orochimaru, Aizen, and Hisoka in their respective anime series.



  • Beerus: Anthony Steven San Juan, who also voiced Kakashi, Jiraiya, and Kenpachi in their respective anime series.



  • Whis: Pipooh Villavicencio, who also voiced Konohamaru, Chopper, and Kon in their respective anime series.




The voice actors did a great job of capturing the personalities and emotions of the characters, as well as adding some Filipino humor and slang to the dialogue. For example, Goku calls Frieza "Freezer" or "Refrigerator" as a joke, Vegeta says "Ano ka ba?" (What are you?) when he sees Frieza's new form, and Beerus says "Ang sarap ng sisig!" (The sisig is delicious!) when he eats at Bulma's party.


The Translation




The Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' also features a faithful and creative translation of the original Japanese script. The translators did not only translate the words, but also adapted them to fit the Filipino culture and context. For example, they used Filipino terms for some of the attacks and transformations, such as "Super Saiyajin" (Super Saiyan), "Kamehameha" (Kamehame Wave), and "Genki Dama" (Spirit Bomb). They also added some references to Filipino celebrities, such as Manny Pacquiao, Vice Ganda, and Kris Aquino.


The translation also preserved some of the original Japanese words that are familiar to Filipino anime fans, such as "senzu" (senzu bean), "kaioken" (kaioken technique), and "shenlong" (shenron). They also kept some of the original Japanese honorifics, such as "-san", "-sama", and "-chan", to show respect or affection to the characters. For example, Goku calls Beerus "Beerus-sama", while Whis calls Goku "Goku-san".


The Reception




The Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' received mixed reactions from Filipino anime fans. Some fans praised the voice actors and the translation for being faithful and entertaining, while others criticized them for being inaccurate and cringeworthy. Some fans also complained about the quality of the audio and video, as well as the censorship of some scenes. However, despite the controversies, the Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' still managed to attract a lot of viewers and generate a lot of buzz on social media.


The Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' is a rare and interesting piece of media that showcases the Filipino culture and language in a different context. It is a testament to the popularity and influence of Dragon Ball Z in the Philippines, as well as the creativity and passion of the Filipino voice actors and translators. Whether you love it or hate it, the Tagalog version of Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' is definitely worth watching for any Dragon Ball Z fan.


References




[1]: Dragon Ball Z Movie Battle of Gods Tagalong Dubbed (480p) - Bilibili


[2]: Dragon Ball Z: First Tagalog Dub - Some Episodes : Global Media Arts : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive


[3]: dragon ball Tagalog dubbed movie - Bilibili


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