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  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IQAUO2A
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As those Godzilla fans in the UK will know, finding Godzilla DVD and Blu-rays that are region 2 compatible is a bit of a nightmare. I purchased this Blu-ray on the basis that a friend advised me that my PS3 would play any region encoded blu-ray, unfortunately my friend was completely wrong about that. The silver lining to this situation was that the bluray included an Ultraviolet code for both movies. Although these two films do not show up on any UK ultraviolet libraries for purchase if you register for an account at sonypicturesstore.com and link this to your Ultraviolet account these two titles will be added to your library regardless.

On top of this, the blu-ray also includes the original Japanese dialogue with pretty good subs. This is far superiour to the American dub which is the only version I had ever seen previously and clears up a number of plot inconsistencies created by the dub (although not all of them, as the screen writers understanding of time travel dynamics leaves a lot to be desired).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Kunde on 31 Dec. 2014
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These movies are strictly Region 1.
Unlike the earlier reviewer I couldn't make the Ultrviolet code work, and it was also impossible to get into Sonypictures help function (you had to fill out a form, that also didn't work)
So I can watch my covers for these and 2 other Godzilla movies
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MISS J CLIFF on 2 Jan. 2015
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Despite owning a multi regional blu ray player.. These STILL will not play on that device.
The UV codes do not work.
No where on the item description does it warn the customer of this. 5 of these blu-rays my money got pissed away on.
Furious.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful
Dual language and remastered video 6 May 2014
By Stephen Lerch - Published on Amazon.com
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I nearly avoided ordering these discs. The pre-release information around presentation was scarce. I knew it would have English language, which is good, but I couldn't find anywhere that listed whether they were bilingual. I am glad I ordered them, as they ARE bilingual. You can watch these classics in spoken English OR spoken Japanese. And there are proper subtitles as well, so you can watch in Japanese with subtitles or.... in English with subtitles (which doesn't make much sense to do unless you want to see where they change dialog to match lip flaps or whatever).

So if you were on the fence because of not knowing if it was a duplicate of the horribly botched DVDs (cropped for 4:3, English only), rest assured you should just buy these without a second thought.

There are also French subtitles, but I cannot comment on their quality as I am unable to read or understand French. There is NO French language option for the films.

This is ALSO TWO DISCS. Not a single disc like I vaguely recall the original DVDs being.

Video:

Remastered video. This is the same video used on the Japanese Blu Ray releases, except I would assume they adjust video bit rates because... well that tends to be the idea of discouraging reverse importation back into Japan. I can't compare as I don't own any of the Japanese Blu Ray Godzilla films.

Both G v KG and G v M films look good. Neither suffers from anything horrible and I would say the remastering was a success.

Even better is that these are the original Widescreen presentations, NOT the "full screen" (pan and scan) options of the original DVD releases.

Audio:

You can choose spoken English as an option.You can choose spoken Japanese as an option. You can add soft subtitles.This is the way I think all Godzilla films should be made available. You can watch them as originally released in Japan, or as they should have originally been released in English.

The audio is done in 5.1, but honestly I struggle with hearing anything from the rear speakers, generally speaking. They weren't done with 5.1 in mind originally, so this is understandable and acceptable.

Extras:

I hope all you want are trailers, because that is the extent of the extras on disc.

Overall:

Godzilla vs King Ghidorah / Godzilla Vs Mothra are both fun films. Both are worth watching and enjoyable. That they are now presented in their original aspect ratios, and with option Japanese lanugage with subtitles is like icing on the cake.

Highly recommended.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
FAR SUPERIOR TO THE DVD RELEASE 8 May 2014
By Douglas Kaiser - Published on Amazon.com
This release presents us with a far superior product to the original DVD release. Both movies are in widescreen, and each contains both the English language version and the original Japanese language version with English subtitle option. The movies look great. The only drawbacks are, in my opinion, relatively minor. GvKG doesn't have the Toho logo at the beginning, and neither movie has the full closing credits. The latter is probably due to Sony not taking the time to translate all those credits into English. For those who feel cheated, here's what you don't see: in GvKG, the credits run over three minutes or so of Godzilla waving his arms and occasionaly breathing bubbles fire. In GvM you see the credits roll over an otherwise empty star field. I was a little disappointed that the English language track is in mono, not stereo, but there doesn't seem to be a stereo English track in existence for either film. I can understand Sony's reluctance to create an all-new English language track. These tracks were made back in the 1990's, when stereo sound wasn't as big and important as it is today. Finally, the English subtitles have a few inaccuracies to them, some of which can be ignored, others of which are glaring. They look like they are faithful to the English language dub. It's a pity they couldn't offer a separate subtitle set for a better translation of the Japanese dialogue. But these are comparatively nitpicky things. The overall importance is that we have beautifully rendered widescreen presentations with option of languages, and they have been a long time coming. Enjoy!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Sony's Godzilla vs King Ghidorah/Godzilla vs Mothra Double Feature Blu Ray - My Thoughts 10 May 2014
By Louis Pelella Jr - Published on Amazon.com
In dedication to Godzilla 2014's release, many different companies have been putting out new Blu Rays for the classic Godzilla movies. Among these different companies is Sony. On May 6th, 2014, they released the last five Godzilla movies from the Heisei Era, as well as three random Millennium Era movies on Blu Ray. The product I'll be looking at is their Godzilla vs King Ghidorah and Godzilla vs Mothra: The Battle for Earth Double Feature set.

Video:
For the first time, Godzilla vs King Ghidorah and vs Mothra are presented in widescreen, 1.85:1 aspect ratio to be precise. In earlier releases, these two movies were presented in full frame (pan and scan), which looked unappealing to say the least. Here, it doesn't have that problem. I wouldn't say the transfer is perfect, but compared to their DVD counterparts, its beautiful, nothing really felt out of place here. I must note that the ending credits to both of these movies have been cut out, but on a positive note, it's only these two movies. The other Sony Blu Rays have the original ending credits left in. On a side note, both movies are on their own discs, so none of that "flip disc" method, or "putting both movies onto one disc", it's nice to see their on their own separate discs, and all of Sony's Blu Rays have so far had all their movies on two separate discs.

Audio:
For the first time, both of these movies include both Japanese and English audio tracks. These two tracks are mastered into DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0. Both audio tracks come off clear and fluent. Not once did I feel either audio track sounding out of place. The Japanese language gives the option of both English subtitles, English SDH subtitles (or dub titles as I like to call them), and French subtitles.

Extras:
Godzilla vs King Ghidorah's extras consist of three teaser trailers and the original theatrical trailer, all given an HD transfer, and given subtitles. Godzilla vs Mothra's extras consist of four teaser trailers and the original theatrical trailer, which too are given an HD transfer, as well as subtitles. I'm glad to see that Sony included a variety of different trailers instead of the theatrical trailer, and it's nice to see them get HD transfers as well. You're also the given an Ultraviolet digital download code, so you can download or stream your movies into your television, computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Overall:
If you don't own either of these movies or felt disappointed with the early DVD releases, my best bet is to pick this double feature Blu Ray up. It may have the original ending credits cut out, but the inclusion of the original Japanese language with subtitles, the Ultraviolet digital download, and a variety of trailers makes this a release worth picking up. I recommend it.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Best release so far! 7 May 2014
By mom of 2 - Published on Amazon.com
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King Ghidorah looks the best ever, and a super huge deal to me is that they both have English and Japanese and they are in widescreen. 2 separate blu ray disks! Love Godzilla! Pick these up way better then the dvd release. If you are wondering King Ghidorah does end with Godzilla and Mecha king Ghidorah under water Godzilla's eyes open, uses his atomic blast and roars, film ends and the toho copyright comes on. Buy these blu ray so Sony knows we want GMK, Godzilla 2000, and Godzilla against Mechagodzilla!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
These are amazing. Of course the films are good 5 Sept. 2014
By Sym - Published on Amazon.com
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Godzilla Vs. King Ghidorah is awesome. It is everything the 2014 wasn't, lots of direct shot Godzilla fighting. King Ghidorah destroying Japan is awesome. Bringing WWII into it is awesome. Sure it's hokey and the FX aren't as good as they would be now. This movie has the Godzilla spirit. I'd love to see a Quentin Tarantino interpretation of this movie. Time travel, wacky dialogue, WWII, monster fights, even the three baby "dorats" that became King Ghidorah were fun. This movie was fun. Now to watch VS. Mothra. Watching with Japanese sound and English subtitles makes this feel so much better than with dubbing. Complaining about this version of the credits and giving this affordable double Blueray release 1 star is absolutely nuts. It comes with free HD vudu digital versions of both movies too. I don't particularly like the silly 60's Godzilla and I disliked the 2014 Godzilla but I LOVE this era of Godzilla. King Ghidorah is AWESOME!!!
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