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Godzilla 2000 [All Region] [import]

3.8 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Takehiro Murata, Hiroshi Abe, Naomi Nishida, Mayu Suzuki, Shirô Sano
  • Directors: Takao Okawara
  • Format: Import, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: Japanese
  • Region: All Regions
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012LCK6S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,635 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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ALL REGION DVD - KOREAN IMPORT - NTSC - JAPANESE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES.

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Godzilla returns to Japan and in no time buildings are being destroyed and there's a UFO polluting the air with its poisonous fumes. Not only that, but aliens intend to take over the world with a monster created from Godzilla's self-regenerating body cells.

After the awful US version, any Godzilla film was going to look like a masterpiece by comparison. This is quite an enjoyable entry in the series. It doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is - a monster stomp-about - and Godzilla has a new design and looks meaner than ever. The film does suffer from some pacing problems. After a series of exciting early scenes, nothing much happens until later on when the, admittedly interesting, alien monster appears.

What really ruined my enjoyment of this film were the abominable english subtitles. They are so badly translated it's often impossible to take the dialogue seriously. There are such gems as "the weapon can punctual Godzilla's thick hide" and "a new empire will be borned". If you think they're bad, there's worse. Some of the subtitles make no sense at all. Added to that is a wobbly picture which makes the film look like it was recorded off some bootleg/pirate video cassette version. The film itself is a promising start to a new Godzilla era, but this DVD release leaves a lot to be desired.
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It's hard to believe there could be a worse Godzilla film than Godzilla 2000: Millennium, a reboot that heralded the beginning of the third series of films in 1999 with the big feller back on the bad guy team and returning to 2.35:1 widescreen after the second series was shot in 1.85. Sadly, that's about all the film gets right. It's almost as if there was no-one left at Toho who could remember how they were made. Godzilla gets a new look - not only is he toothier and thicker-necked but this is the first film where he is actually green (he's gray in the others) - but nothing as drastic as the gila monster makeover Hollywood gave him. He's still recognisably Godzilla, but without any of the old magic. A big part of the blame comes down to the man inside the suit, Tsutomu Kitagawa, whose movements are unconvincing - he just moves like a guy trying to walk normally in a big rubber suit - and who brings no personality whatsoever to Gojira.

At least he gets a great entrance, attacking a lighthouse in an homage to The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, the lighthouse keeper following a boat that appears at his window to reveal it's firmly clenched between the big feller's jaws a hundred feet or so in the air. There are some fairly good moments in the early scenes as he makes his presence felt in the neighborhood, but after the buildup he's quickly forgotten. No-one really seems that bothered by Godzilla's reappearance, not because he's gone on the rampage so many times it's no longer newsworthy (which might have been an interesting angle to pursue) but because the film can't summon up much energy about anything. Even the human story is only sketchily filled in, more one suspects out of disinterest than an attempt at subtlety.
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 28 July 2015
Format: DVD
Once upon a time, Toho actually killed off the Big G to make way for a trio of Godzilla films to be made in America by TriStar. Fortunately, 1998’s Godzilla proved to be more than enough of this American kaiju nonsense, opening the door for Toho to bring the real Godzilla back well ahead of his 50th birthday in 2004. Thus was born Godzilla 2000, the first film in the Godzilla Millennium series. So, you basically have to forget everything that happened in the previous twenty-three Godzilla movies, apart from G’s appearance as a monster brought to life by tests of the atomic bomb. Godzilla 2000 actually serves as a darn good comeback for the champ, who had never looked better than the mean, green, fighting machine he is in this film. With redesigned scales and a more ferocious mouth, Godzilla actually looks like the monster he’s supposed to be. The special effects are good, too – featuring a nice blend of the crappy CGI and “guy in a rubber suit” shots that I frankly expect and want to see in a Godzilla film with a pretty impressive extended boss fight scene at the end.

Godzilla 2000’s only real weakness is the story. We’re barely introduced to the main characters before Godzilla shows up and starts stomping his way toward energy sources, including a nuclear plant. The writers apparently didn’t want anything, including character development, getting in the way of their good, old-fashioned, Tokyo-stomping fun. Snippets of backstory are added to a couple of characters but are never developed at all. A larger problem is, of course, the English dubbing.
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Godzilla, my all time favourite monster has been redesigned for this millenium series. Personally I am one of those who didnt appreciate the horrible hollywood version, so for those who want to forget that movie, I recommend you watch this Godzilla movie, the original japanese Godzilla.

The special effects are superb and Godzilla looks very different since the showa and heisei series, but its still the same guy in the monster suit that destroys buildings and everything else quite frankly.

His opponent in this starts out to be a six hundred pound rock (alien species naturally) and then morphs into a Biollante sort monster. While some of the film drags, the monster scenes are fantastic and the climatic showdown near the end is unmissable.

If your a Godzilla fan like me, theres only three words GO FOR IT!!
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