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Godzilla - Godzilla vs Gigan / Godzilla vs Megalon / Destroy All Monsters [VHS]

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  • Actors: Hiroshi Ishikawa, Minoru Takashima, Tomoka Umeda, Yuriko Hishimi, Zan Fujita
  • Directors: Jun Fukuda, Inoshiro Honda
  • Producers: Tomoko Tanaka
  • Format: VHS
  • Language: Japanese
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: 4 Front Video
  • VHS Release Date: 18 Oct. 1999
  • Run Time: 248 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00004R797
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 471,035 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Godzilla triple bill. In 'Godzilla: Godzilla vs Gigan', one of Tokyo's top scientists has been captured by the creators of Childrensland. His sister tries desperately to rescue him and gets hold of a secret tape which will send secret codes to Godzilla and other monsters in space. But Fumio, alien leader of Childrensland, wants to capture the world as his own planet was destroyed. Only Godzilla can save earth. In 'Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters', the world's monsters have been gathered together on an island called 'Monsterland'. But these monsters soon go on the rampage and destroy the world's major cities. The United Nations Scientific Committee are then forced to investigate. In 'Godzilla: Godzilla vs Megalon', Gorro has invented a bionic robot called Jet Jaguar. But an earthquake hits a boating lake and at the base of the earthquake was Seatopia, the home of Megalon. The robot is then stolen by robbers from Seatopia and programmed by Megalon to destroy Tokyo. But Megalon is unaware that Gorro still has the remote control and the ability to reprogramme the robot to call up help from Godzilla.

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By A Customer on 23 July 2000
These movies are possibly some of the silliest that I have ever experienced, to be frank.
Firstly we have Godzilla vs. Gigan. This stars an aspiring cartoon artist who stumbles upon an alien race who plan to use Gigan to take over the world for them. They build a bogus amusement park, which is actually intended to be their head quarters, from which they command their monsters, the aforementioned Gigan and King Ghidorah. Of course, it's up to Godzilla and his old buddy Anguiras to save the day, in what is possibly the most confusing battle sequence ever. Great fun.
Moving on to Godzilla vs. Megalon, our reptilian friend is challenged by the insectoid Megalon and Gigan. Their task is to pave the way for the ancient civilisation of Seatopia to take their place on Earth. With the help of a robot by the name of Jet Jaguar, Goddy Z thwarts their plans. However, this movie is extremely silly, being as it is, aimed at the younger generation.
Finally, we have Destroy All Monsters. An alien race, this time from the moon, plans to destroy all of Earth's major cities with the help of a veritable menagerie of creatures. This is one of the better Godzilla movies, and features some stonking battles and stomp-me-dos. It's worth buying the set for this film alone.
A worthwhile purchase which embraces most aspects of the Godzilla spectrum; the silliness of Megalon, the sublime Desroy All Monsters and the thoroughly mediochre Gigan.
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