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Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (Sous-titres franšais)

Chiharu Niiyama , Ryűd˘ Uzaki , Shűsuke Kaneko    Unrated   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars godzilla April 5 2014
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excellente histoire,tres surpris psr le scenario fortement recommande pour les amateur de godzilla la serie,assurement undes meilleure de la serie 90-2000,a se procure.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Execellent Service July 19 2013
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It's an interesting Si-Fi movie - But I found out that I already had one - So I gave it to a friend
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars After 50 years they get it right! Aug. 28 2008
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As a kid I loved Godzilla, and I am thoroughly enjoying introducing my daughter to the creatures now that I am an adult (so to speak). Apart from the first Godzilla movie from 1954, I find the rest of the series far too hokey to watch anymore. That is why I was pleasantly surprised to discover this gem among the Godzilla catalog. It took them 50 years, but they finally got it right! This movie picks up 50 years after the first movie. In this tale, none of the other hokey movies of the 60's, 70's, 80's, and 90's movies have taken place. Godzilla has been asleep for 50 years but is reawakened at a time when Japan is no longer acknowledging their role in the global conflicts of the previous century. The spirits of the dead have reanimated Godzilla and they have come to venge themselves on the uncaring population of Japan.

Who can stop it? An ancient spirit is awakened in Japan. He contacts a news reporter to try and get her to warn the Japanese people that they have to change their ways. He also asks her aid in awakening the Guardian Monsters, Baragon, Mothra, and Ghidorah, to protect the land from the rampage of Godzilla.

The result? An all out monster attack featuring monster fights, jet planes, missiles, rockets, battleships, and a daring hero in a small one man sub.

The characters are reasonably well developed--considering this is a monster movie. The story is solid and exciting. My daughter loves this movie, not just because her favourite monster, King Ghidorah, is in it, but because one of the two heroes of the movie is a young, gutsy woman who overcomes fear to do something that she believes in. Her father, too, the other hero of the film, overcomes fear, and is willing to sacrifice himself for the greater good of the land that he loves.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A First-Rate Godzilla Epic Dec 20 2004
"Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack" (something simply must have gotten lost in the translation for that title) is arguably the best Godzilla movie of the new 'millennium' series. Godzilla, for the first time since the sixties, is presented as pure evil, and is more effective here than he has been in a long time (even if the rubber suit is a bit more lacklustre than usual). The monster battle scenes, featuring King Ghidorah, Mothra, and the long-forgotten Borodan, are up to the series' recent high standard, and there are some interesting new takes on the monsters' origins. Even if the human plot is decidedly uninteresting, this should still be a must for any Godzilla fan.
The DVD presents the film in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio. The picture is clean and sharp, with only minimal grain and print damage. Like all of Columbia Tristar's recent Godzilla releases, there is a choice between English dubbed/Japanese subtitled audio, which will keep purists happily. Unfortunately (but unsurprisingly), there are no extra features other than some trailers for other Tristar Asian movies.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Forget radioactive monsters. Forget every movie up to this point. Now we have all the angry war dead spirits from WW2 going into Godzilla and he looking like a fat blind aligator (with a beer belly) attacking Tokyo! Oh no! Now Baragon, Mothera and Ghidra are spirits awoken by a weird old man and different groups of uncarring idiots (who get theirs) and the battle begins to stop the possessed Godzilla. Special effects are the best I've seen in these recent movies- REALLY GOOD- but the story...... What ever happened to monster island and radioactive beasties wasn't that hard enough to swallow??
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4.0 out of 5 stars Always funny!! March 5 2011
By Daniel
IT's always funny to watch a Godzilla movie. In this one, all monters appear for our plaisir and the action is au Rendez-vous. The best of Godzilla.
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4.0 out of 5 stars No extras, but one of the best Godzilla movies July 6 2004
By Belz...
Terrific Godzilla movie. An original storyline, thanks to the flexibility of the Shinsei series. Decent special effects, especially for a Kaiju movie. And the most evil-looking, powerful and unstoppable Godzilla ever.
The soundtrack is adequate, though I miss the days of Akira Ifukube. Some don't like this movie because of its originality, but personnally I love Godzilla one way or another: good, bad, all the same or different. Anyway, along with the original and Godzilla vs Destoroyah, this is truly a high point in the series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Godzilla film to date! June 20 2004
When i first saw this flick, i was blown away! What an amazing film. Seeing Godzilla as a "bad guy" rather than a pest was a great way to go with the movie. The plot was very unique for kaiju films. Instead of the typical "gov't needs to take care of so and so monster" we get something more in the fantasy genre. I'm sure other reviewers have posted the plot, so i'm not going to repeat it. The film was a breath of fresh air into a series that desperately needed it. Who says sequels aren't better than the original films?!
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