Talk:Dragonball Evolution

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Unnecessary Links in the Plot Section[edit]

There is no need to put the actors' names in the Plot section, since the characters' names are already mentioned in the Cast section. Thanks. Aymdaman777 (talk) 18:28, 13 October 2012 (UTC)

So what's the best way around this? Unlinking the characters in the Plot section or placing the Cast section before the plot section and then unlinking those in the Plot section? Thanks Jenova20 (email) 22:35, 6 April 2013 (UTC)

Country[edit]

  • BFI: Australia, UK, Hong Kong, US [1]
  • AFI: Australia, UK, Hong Kong, US [2]
  • Allmovie: Australia, UK, Hong Kong, US [3]
  • New York Times: United States [4]
  • Screen Daily: United States [5]

Yes, there are sources that say it's a US production, but more of them (all of which agree with each other) say that it's an international co-production. Andrzejbanas, is there some reason why we should ignore three reliable sources that say the same thing? {{infobox film}} privileges AFI and BFI right in the instructions, which is another reason why I think we should follow their lead. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 03:16, 4 December 2015 (UTC)

Was following another users' edits. Screen Daily specifies what were the production companies for this film, while AFI only states Twentieth Century Fox. Where did the other countries come from? BFI lists others as "in association with", which is not clear, and lists only "Star Overseas" as a production company. This was a fairly popular film, so if we could source the other production companies, and how they were involved, it could help correctly specifcying why each country fits. Yours probably isn't wrong, but we should clarify it all, no? :) Andrzejbanas (talk) 03:20, 4 December 2015 (UTC)
Why they fit is relatively unimportant. It's black magic, anyway. There is no widely agreed upon criteria, and all we can do is go by the sources. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 04:03, 4 December 2015 (UTC)
It's not actually, it's clearly stated in {{infobox film}} that "If there is a conflict of information in various reliable sources, then list only the common published nations. Alternatively in the case of conflict, consider leaving this field blank and discussing the issue in the article.". So unless we can figure out where the sources of Australia and such are coming from, we should either not include them or leave this section blank until we can find more information on it. Andrzejbanas (talk)