"Dragon Ball Super: Broly": All about the premiere of the movie in Mexico | Lights | cinema

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The long awaited film "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" comes to Mexico two weeks before the plan, according to the 20th century Fox. The movie about Goku will be screened at all cinemas nationwide January 11th.

In this movie of Tatsuya Nagamineq, Planet Earth celebrates the celebration of the Power Tournament in peace. Goku, however, is aware that there are enemies who have not yet been discovered in the universe, so he continues to exercise tirelessly to reach a power never before known in a super warrior. Goku confirms his worst fear when one day a supersayano called "Broly" appears.

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is the twentieth film of the franchise and the first in the series "Dragon Ball Super".


Cinemex and Cinepoli's franchise have already started pre-tickets to see the much-anticipated movie in Mexico City.

Cinemex has a pre-release feature on Thursday 10 January at Reforma Cinema 222. And several national schedules for Friday 11th. January. You can access the tickets here.

In the case of the Cinépolis chain, it offers more than six functions for Friday 11. January in each cinema nationwide. You can buy the tickets here.

Dragon Ball Super Broly

"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" | Trailer (Source: YouTube)

All the surveys in Mexico will be in Spanish, with most of the original double-player in our language, and recently presented the film's latest trailer.

The official summary of "Dragon Ball Super: Broly" indicates the following:

"This is the story of a new saiyan. Earth lives in peace after the Power Tour. After understanding that in the universes there are still many strong warriors to know, Goku uses his days training to reach new levels. One day Goku and Vegeta will meet a Saiyajin named Broly, one they have never seen before, Saiyajins should have been almost exterminated after the destruction of the planet Vegeta, but what does this do on earth? even Frieza (who returns from hell) will be caught. "

In Japan, Dragon Ball Super: Broly raised just $ 8.7 million on the premiere day and became the best premiere of the franchise in its history.

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