"Godzilla vs. Megaguirus" is to me the worst of the 'millennium' Godzilla series so far. The special effects are terrific for the series, but everything else (the human story, the characters, the dialogue, the silly plot) are a massive disappointment. Even Megaguirus, the new monster, isn't particularly memorable. Plus, like nearly all of the 1970s Godzilla movies, a child is a main character (never a good sign in a movie like this). There are good points (especially the opening 'newsreel,' which kicks this movie off on a high note), but overall, this should only be recommended to die-hard Godzilla fans.
The DVD is in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Being a relatively recent movie, it looks nice, with good bright colours and few scratches. Unlike many Godzilla DVDs, both to original Japanese audio and English dubs are included (which should be appreciated by purists). There are no special features besides trailers for a few other Columbia Tristar DVDs, which is a bit of a shame. Production notes, Japanese trailers, or liner notes are all I ask.