BrolyKale wrote: -New Broly is good but could be better because once he starts fighting he keeps screaming and yelling, there are no dialogues so we don't even know what his motivation is or what he really wants...
At no point in the movie it explains that... Broly having no dialogues is not a good thing, they prefered showing all the transformations one by one for Goku, Vegeta and Broly than explaining why the characters are fighting and what are the dramatic stakes of their fight... what does the fight bring to the characters? at the end of the movie the characters don't evolve or even learn something new, what did the movie accomplish? Broly still didn't get his revenge on Vegeta and Goku and Vegeta alone couldn't win the fight, the characters are the same, even Broly didn't change or accomplish anything. We don't even know why Broly is getting angry at Goku and Vegeta, he doesn't even know them. Well, I suppose Paragus explained to his son what King Vegeta did to them, but the movie doesn't explain that, the narration is just bad.If he DID have dialogue, then it would have completely defeated the purpose of what they were trying to portray. It was very much intended that he wouldn't have dialogue, and kind of the point is that by midway point of the movie, he had no "motivation" in the conventional sense. He was just a total berserker that had lost control entirely, and was just rampaging indiscriminately. IHe was just attacking everybody in sight, that's why they were easily able to hand him off to Freeza.
If he did have dialogue and motivated to do what he did, then him being peaceful and calm after the fight is over, would make absolutely no sense, because that motivation and "want" wouldn't suddenly go away because he lost.
But otherwise the movie in the end does not tell much, except that Broly exists somewhere in the univers and that he got two friends.