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Mothra vs. Godzilla [Import]


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  • Actors: Akira Takarada, Yuriko Hoshi, Hiroshi Koizumi, Yu Fujiki, Kenji Sahara
  • Directors: Ishiro Honda
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Import
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Nov. 21 2006
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000H6SY64


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I WATCH THIS MOVIE ONCE EVERY TWO MONTHS. ITS NOT THE BEST MOVIE I LIKE BUT THE FIGHTING IS GREAT. GODZILLA AND BATTRA (IN HIS LARVAL STAGE) SEEMED EQUALY MATCHED IN THERE FIGHT UNDER WATER.
I GIVE THIS 4 STARS BECAUSE GODZILLA WAS BEAT (BADLY)
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Ballard on May 2 2004
Format: DVD
VIDEO QUALITY:
As with all Simitar Godzilla releases (minus "Terror of Mecha-Godzilla"), "Mothra vs. Godzilla" is presented as a double sided disc with the choice of both widescreen and full screen editions. The full screen print is simply disgusting, not only loosing so much of the image (as you would expect), the print if completely covered in scratches, hairs, cuts... burns? Colours are extremely faded, and overall, its downright terrible. The widescreen version is a vast improvement, though still a fairly shoddy print. Again, the print seems to be lacking colour, and is covered in cuts, scratches, and hairs, though not to the same extent. The widescreen print also lacks 16:9 enhancement, which means widescreen viewers are stuck with a stretched picture, which pretty much invalidates the whole point in owning a widescreen TV. Both prints also seem to blur a lot, making fine detail hard to spot. Out of all the releases available in the United States, this is the best you will ever find, though the video is still miles off from DVD Toho's region 2 release.
AUDIO QUALITY:
Naturally, the disc only contains the English dubbing. On both widescreen and full screen versions, you are given the option of both Mono and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio tracks. Sadly, on both tracks, the entire film is accompanied by that classic "fuzz" that sneaks in the background. Luckily, this is not too noticeable. For the most part, the sounds are vibrant, though occasionally higher pitches such as Godzilla's roar and the Peanuts singing sound distorted.
EXTRA FEATURES:
Simitar are one of the few distributors to actually have any extra material on their American kaiju releases. Sadly though, none of it is really of any particular interest.
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Format: DVD
I am a huge Godzilla fan and this is my second favorite Godzilla movie (first is the original). Package says remastered so I expected both the American and the Japanese to be remastered. Sorry to say that only the Japanese version is remastered. The American version is imperfect and distracting with all of the imperfections on the screen. It was fun checking out the differences between the two versions. Overall I enjoyed this movie but beware that the description on the front of the box is not accurate.
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By Robert Badgley TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 18 2011
Format: DVD
Mothra VS.Godzilla(released April/64) was the fourth in the Godzilla series.Classic Media presents the original Japanese version along with the US version.I always have found the original Japanese versions in this series much more compelling than the US versions as they emphasize the origin/cause of the monsters much more(nuclear testing)and the plots are filled out much better.
This story involves the washing up of a giant egg onto the shores of Japan.An unscrupulous business man purchases the egg and sets about to exploit its upcoming hatching...of whatever it is going to be.However two diminutive representatives from Infant Island arrive;a place that has been devastated by the outside worlds testing of atomic weapons and their uncaring attitude in general.The local populace there worship the creature called Mothra and it seems these two short ladies are there to retrieve what is really in fact Mothra's egg.
Of course greed for a short time wins the day and the egg is put on display in a park for all to see.The girls messages fall on deaf ears and Godzilla,who was also washed up near the coast in the storm,emerges from the water and starts on a rampage.Mothra who comes looking for her egg also discovers her old nemesis and both begin a prolonged fight.Godzilla gets the upper hand and Mothra falls dead onto her egg.The egg,with the help of the two reps from Infant Island,hatches and out comes two of Mothra's offspring...caterpillars.Both immediately crawl into action and in their pitched battle with Godzilla they finally manage to cover him from head to toe in a thick webbed substance.This causes Godzilla to fall into the sea and flee.
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By Craig on June 16 2009
Format: DVD
Godzilla films have always had a reputation as being cheap, campy nonsense and are often treated poorly when released on DVD. At least when Classic Media released their new series of Godzilla DVDs they made an effort to treat these films with the respect they deserve but never got.

To start off, Mothra vs. Godzilla is my favourite Godzilla movie, perhaps even better than the original. The special effects are pretty good (keep in mind the film was made in 1964), the story is a fine example of how Toho monster movies of the time set themselves apart from their American counterparts and Akira Ifukube's score is, in my opinion, one of the greatest film scores ever written (up there with the Themes for Star Wars or Star Trek)

The DVD, while much better than previous releases, has some strengths but also some flaws. It's greatest strength is the fact that it marks the first time the original, unedited, undubbed Japanese version was released in North America. The picture quality is pretty good and so is the audio. The subtitles could have been better: one scene the priest prays to the gods to protect the people from any "courses" (I'm sure they mean "curses") but that aside the Japanese version is very good.

Unfortunately if feels like the Japanese version is the only feature Classic Media seems to care about. The edited U.S. version (Godzilla vs. the Thing) is in bad shape, full of scratches, hairs, grain and is cropped to 1.78:1 aspect ratio. After watching the Japanese version in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, watching this version felt like I was watching my old pan and scan VHS copy.

The special features while decent, are somewhat slim. The audio commentary is pretty insightful into the making of the film and it's U.S.
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