Where You Can Watch Dragon Ball Super Broly Legally
The Dragon Ball Series has finally received its latest U.S. film release. If you’re like most fans, you’re probably wondering where to watch Dragon Ball Super Broly so that you can get in on the action.
The latest film offering from the Dragon Ball franchise and the first official film based on Dragon Ball Super, DBS: Broly has been hyped as one of the most visually impressive Dragon Ball films of all time.
Its trailers alone boasted some truly impressive sakuga, and with a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes, the action doesn’t let up for a second once it starts.
As such, fans will want to get in on the action while they can. Dragon Ball Super: Broly is available at any number of theaters from AMC theaters to the Alamo Drafthouse. Tickets are currently available for showings from Jan. 19-24, with showings throughout the day.
While this may disappoint those looking to catch the movie for free, Funimation and Toei animation are doing their best to keep the film off of illegal streaming sites.
You might find it pop up for a short time here or there, but it will quickly be taken down.
This is for the best though, as the film is more than deserving of the price of admission. The critical reception of the film has been highly positive, and its strong opening night could have positive repercussions for future film releases in the U.S.
As such, do your best to catch it legally while it’s available in theaters. If you can’t it won’t be that long until the film gets a home release on DVD and Blu-ray, which we don’t yet have a date for.
That’s all you need to know about where to watch Dragon Ball Super: Broly. For more on the film, check out the most recent trailer and feel your hype rising and overflowing.