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Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001AVZ9Y
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,026 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By @GeekZilla9000 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 July 2007
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This film had some really good moments, but was a bit cheesy in parts, and the ending seemed a bit weak.

The subtitles seemed a bit, well, childish at times. I don't know if they were subtitles to the original film script, or subtitles to the American dub.

There were many long glances and prolonged pauses for dramatic effect when the politicians had to make decisions. It felt like a Hollywood film made for kids.

[SPOILER ALERT!]

The opening scenes showed promise, but it never got off the ground. Using their anti-monster weapons, the Anti-Megalosaurus guys manage to pee Godzilla off so that he stomps back to the ocean. During the effort though a man is killed and a female Ace is blamed.

The Kiryu project begins and the Mechagodzilla is constructed, Akane (the female Ace) is the lead pilot in the project (Mechagodzilla is given a lift - quite literally - to where he is needed via aeroplane) and she is working alongside the brother of the man who was killed earlier in the film. The brother blames her and makes that clear.

There is a sub plot involving one of the main scientists and his daughter Sara. Sara provides a lot of the moral questions surrounding the Kiryu project.

Anyway - eventually Mechagodzilla manages to chase Godzilla back into the sea and everyone is happy (they obviously haven't thought that he could just as easily turn round).

There were redeeming factors though, the Mechagodzilla was the best Mecha yet, and the views of the original Godzilla skeleton were impressive.
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Once again, we meet Godzilla for the first time since 1954; the original's remains are contained in a large tank. This time he's a lean mean fighting monster.

Once again we meet MechaGodzilla (aka Kiryu) for the first time, ignoring all the previous continuities, and he's the best MechaG yet, a well designed fighting machine, all slick and shiny with cool weapons.

And once again there's a lot of padding featuring puny humans, particularly a guilt-ridden ace girl Godzilla-fighter, also a scientist who likes her and his cute daughter (this is not a compliment, I hate 'cute'), plus several other characters who barely register because they're all ciphers.

If you can ignore the padding, this isn't really too bad a Godzilla movie. It's well made with good special effects and the two good lengthy fights between the movie's title stars. It may not really be worth four stars -I tend to be generous with giant monster movies- but if you can tolerate the puny humans while waiting for the excellent action sequences then you'll probably have a fair bit fun.
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Great special effects, set design, lots of action and fast moving. This is one one the better Godzilla movies. It has the best pre-title sequence out of the entire series. The action sequences are loaded with explosions and lots of fun.
Mecha-Godzilla is really cool looking and is loaded with options such as laser beams that shoot from his eyes and missles that launch from his fingers. This was the third model of Mecha-Godzilla. This one offers alot more options that are standard as opposed to the previous two base models.
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The version I got is a Hong kong one but luckily there is a Japanese soundtrack with English subs (which leave a bit to be desired ^_^)

This film has some wonderful moments, such as when we see the skeleton of the original Godzilla in a giant tank, and when Kiryu (Mechagodzilla with G's DNA in its computer) realises it is really Godzilla - and destroys a fair bit of Tokyo. (That would be revisited in the follow-up - Tokyo SOS, but never really explored in any meaningful way)

The battles seem a bit dull compared to most G movies, just lots of shoving and weapons, although Goji does get thrown about a fair bit.

This isn't really a Goji movie, it's Kiryu's film, with Goji as a guest star. It's still a good film, though, better than the campy late 60s efforts and better than SpaceGodzilla by lightyears!

And of course there's Yumiko Shaku (Sky High. Tokyo SOS) - reason enough, lol ^_^
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