Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (Sous-titres français) [Import]
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Fifty years ago, the Japanese Defense Forces killed Godzilla(r) or so they thought. When a series ofterrifying natural disasters begin to plague Japan, including the inexplicable offshore sinking of a U.S. submarine, a mystic old man warns his nation that Godzilla(r) has come back to destroy Japan asrevenge for all the souls lost in the Pacific War. When mere military might can not squash the monster, the mystic man awakens the Holy Beasts of Yamato - King GhidorahTM, Mothra(r) and BaragonTM, sleeping giants that protected Japan in ancient times. These untamed mammoth beasts take on Godzilla(r) with frightening supernatural brute power that has been 2,000 years in the making. Tradition and technology collide in this chilling high-tech, cutting-edge fable.
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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.
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.
The undertones of hatred of society are unusually strong in this film but serve to make the film stand out from the rest of the series. A gang of mischevious youth attempt to drown a dog out of sheer boredom only to be entombed by Mothra. Teenagers giggle at how "cute" Godzilla was (whom they have only seen in history books) only to be slaughtered by said lizard in the middle of their joking. The arrival of Godzilla in the 21st century poses a problem for the Japanese military who have re-written history to claim that they successfully destroyed Godzilla in the 50s in order to justify their existance. A housewife scoffs at the idea of interrupting her shopping trip simply because of Godzilla only to be blasted to bits by the monster. A 30-something couple ignores warnings to evacuate in an attempt to take a photo of the approaching Baragon (which they will presembably brag to their friends about) -- a mistake which results in their death at the hands of Godzilla. One cannot help but feel that many of the people who die at the hands of the monsters almost deserve it. Perhaps the souls of the WWII soldiers are on to something...Read more ›
Though released in the 2000 era...this is not really a part of the Godzilla Millenium series. The costume is not the same as Godzilla 2000 or later movies...and his flame breath effect has reverted to blue. However, the flame effect is also unique and technologically impressive in this movie, so this movie is definitely well done.
It appears that respectable effort has been put into this movie to make it the most authentic-to-the-original 1954 black and white Godzilla movie yet. The costume, though new (I would hope) does bear a resemblance to the 1954 design, as opposed to the various designs which Godzilla has gone through over the years (several redesigns/costume changes in the 60's and 70's....followed by mainly one new design for the 90's Godzilla series...and now the 2000 design). The flame breath also has some authenticity to the cheesy smokey effect of the 1954's Godzilla, but is way more visually impressive and destructive.
About the only gripes one could have with this movie are 1) the cheesy plotline regarding 3 mythical saint monsters who are destined to combat Godzilla, and 2) Giant Monsters All-Out Attack does NOT describe what this movie is about. There are 4 monsters in this movie, but quite a few Godzilla movies in the past featured just as many monsters without being called "Giant Monster Battle" or anything similar.Read more ›
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love my dvd. watched twice. great shape. came before due date. so happy with my orderPublished 14 months ago by Marion Airdrie
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.Published on April 5 2014 by andre pronovost
It's an interesting Si-Fi movie - But I found out that I already had one - So I gave it to a friendPublished on July 19 2013 by James Jay
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.Published on March 5 2011 by Daniel
Its the best and i love the setting with the music and all, poor mothra, it was sad for baragon to. Godzilla commands the screne and is a titant of terrorPublished on Sept. 27 2007 by godzilla fan
Every aspect of this movie is good, except for one thing: GODZILLA!!! When he breathed fire, his teeth disappeared, and he had a pot belly! WHAT IS WITH THAT????????????!!!!!!!!!! Read morePublished on July 25 2005 by RICK
Terrific Godzilla movie. An original storyline, thanks to the flexibility of the Shinsei series. Decent special effects, especially for a Kaiju movie. Read morePublished on July 6 2004 by Belz...
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. Read morePublished on June 20 2004 by William G. Piper
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