Rebirth of Mothra/Rebirth of Mothra II (Widescreen) (Sous-titres français) [Import]
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REBIRTH OF MOTHRA - When my nine year old saw this he wept like the Dickens. Remember, the title IS `REBIRTH of Mothra.' But don't worry.... if Sci Fi teaches us anything its that death is never forever. Basically nasty treekillers clearing a path for progress bust open an ancient seal which unleashes Desghidorah (or Death Ghidorah), a black hydra (kind of a four legged King Ghidorah) which drinks the life out of forests. The Elias, those irrepresible Earth First faeries from Infant Island sing that kickin' Mothra song and call up earth's protector (a giant moth, for those unfamiliar with the character) to go and trump Desghidorah, who is being egged on by an evil faerie called Belvera. When the tide turns for the worse, Mothra's (son/daughter?Read more ›
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Mothra yes that puny moth is back but she pumped up with some new special attack. The larva has been pump up. Read morePublished on April 23 2004 by J. P. Suhr
Based on some of the reviews I read here, I bought this movie for my four year old daughter because she is obsessed with the "old school" Mothra. Read morePublished on July 20 2003
The technical details say the audio track is Japanese. It isn't. The audio is dubbed English. I order Japanese DVDs with English subtitles so I can learn Japanese. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2002
This is great Japanese fantasy family DVD viewing. These films are a bit more light hearted than the Godzilla films in the 90's, but still have all the great monster fights we... Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2001 by ZillaJoe
Me - as I would myself count as a fan of the real Godzilla - was somehow disappointed by the movies. Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2000 by Mabuse
Gratefull monster movies, with a suberb cinematography full of Japanese colours, and a good music. Perhaps too childhood, but with an interesting ecologist subtext.Published on July 11 2000 by Carlos Díaz Maroto
It's nice to have all these '90s Toho monster movies finally available in the US, and it's certainly worth the money, but I am disappointed with this DVD. Read morePublished on March 18 2000 by Craig S. Thom
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