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Godzilla Vs Destoroyah / Godzilla Vs Megaguirus [Blu-ray] [US Import]

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  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: 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: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00IQAUO6Q
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9072c6e4) out of 5 stars 65 reviews
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90b0d4c8) out of 5 stars Destoroyah old copy 16 May 2014
By Openmike - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally a great release of Godzilla vs Destoroyah. Godzilla vs Megaguirus already had a pretty good release. As many people have said, I don't know why they skipped over Godzilla 2000. I like Godzilla 2000. Hopefully they will release the rest of the millennium series. This release is like the other Godzilla blu-ray two-fers. It has great picture and sound with Optional Japanese and English subtitles.Each movie is on it's own disc and not much in the way of extras. Just like the cars from the early 60's, Godzilla's tail fins hit their all time high during Godzilla 2000 and Godzilla vs Megaguirus. I don't watch Godzilla vs Megaguirus much, but it is one of my son's favorites. I believe Godzilla vs destoroyah was the last film to feature new music from classic Godzilla composer Akira Ifukube. Plus it has the woman from the first Godzilla in it. Definitely worth getting.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90a474f8) out of 5 stars What happened to "GODZILLA 2000?" 12 May 2014
By Bob S - Published on Amazon.com
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Sony's series of Toho Godzilla Blu-ray double features tended to give us films paired chronologically, yet this release skipped the film that goes between these two. Giving us the last film of the Heisei series and the second film of the Millennium series seems like a move that's going to annoy more than a few fans.

That aside, these films look fantastic. Would like to have seen the English soundtrack given stereo treatment, or maybe a few more goodies in the bonus features department, but those are small complaints. Hopefully Sony will release more of their Toho catalog on Blu-ray, including the complete REBIRTH OF MOTHRA trilogy.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90b2ee34) out of 5 stars G vs. Destroyah - G vs. Megaguirus - Blu Ray Set a Great Bargain 19 May 2014
By Stephen D. Sullivan - Published on Amazon.com
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This set contains high-quality transfers of the last of the Heisei series (90s) Godzillas and the second of the Millennium series (2000s). There are only trailers for extras, but the movies look and sound great, and you can't beat the low price. The films themselves have a lot to recommend them. Destroya is a fitting swan song for that part of Godzilla's career (You do know there's more than one Godzilla, don't you?) and has the best special effects of that run. Megaguirus has some great ideas, interesting characters and story elements, and some scenes (like riding Godzilla's back as he swims) that will always stick with me. It's not my favorite of the Millennium stories (GMK is -- and that needs a blu ray), but there are definitely parts of it that influenced my own work when I wrote DAIKAIJU ATTACK.

If you're a Godzilla fan, both of these fans are definitely worth checking out.
HASH(0x9074a048) out of 5 stars Great Godzilla Fun! 18 Jan. 2015
By Joseph Baneth Allen - Published on Amazon.com
Just finished watching "Godzilla vs Destoroyah" and "Godzilla vs Megaguirus" released by Toho Studios.
Jeff H. also watched "Godzilla vs Destoroyah" with me.
Junior, a.k.a. Baby Godzilla has bee MIA for a while now. A concerned telepath has spent countless years looking for the baby monster out of a sense of responsiblity.
She gets sidetracked when Godzilla resurfaces and poses a threat far graver than just demolishing Tokyo for grins and giggles. Godzilla has now become a living nuclear reactor that is about to melt down. If he does, then it's the entire Earth that's going to be kissed goodby this time.
Enter Destoroyah. Each battle between these two monsters pushes Godzilla to brink of meltdown.
What is also interesting about this particular Godzilla movie is that a same-sex [lesbian] relationship is hinted at with direct openess, but never spoke of - just like the gay relationship hinted at in Godzilla - Toyko S.O.S.
There is also a rather interesting twist at the end of this movie that suggests new Godzillas are a result of nuclear explosions.
Now "Godzilla vs Megaguirus" is intriguing because its the first, and so far only time, an artifically created black hole weapon - Dimension TIde - has been created in an attempt to capture and destroy Godzilla once and for all.
The CGI special effects that were created for the Dimension Tide weapon are spectular and realistically impressive.
Though a test run of Dimension Tide creates Megaguirus and it's a deadly show down between the two monsters and, opps, wouldn't you know it, the Dimension TIde space satellite - yes, we must keep such a deadly weapon in Earth orbit in order to better position it when a monster appears - begins to deorbit.
There is a rather funny, at least in my opinion, encounter between two people who, by the movie's end, still haven't learned why its such a bad idea to keep deadly secrets.
Both Godzilla movies are Highly Recommended!
Five Stars!
HASH(0x9090c600) out of 5 stars Godzilla in all hi glory!!!! 26 May 2014
By Zillalover - Published on Amazon.com
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5 stars for the DVD set. I am glad they included the B Roll at the end of Godzilla vs Destroyah.
The previous version had bad dubbing and cut out the end credits.

Picture and sound are great and you get the option of Japanese dialogue. This is key for me when I made the decision to purchase these.

Now for the actual movies...

5 stars for Godzilla vs Destroyah.
This movie was the perfect curtain call for the Heisei series. Godzilla is facing meltdown and the clock is ticking for the Japanese to figure a way of preventing Godzilla from taking out the whole planet when he goes into meltdown mode.
Destroyah show up as a result of reconfiguring the original weapon that killed him in 1954.
He has multiple forms, small crablike forms, a large crablike form, flying form and final form. His final form is awesome. He truly is a menacing looking creature. The fight between Godzilla and final form Destroyah is brutal and well done.
I like the light saber horn weapon Destroyah sports.
Godzilla junior looks great and in no way looks cartoony. He is older and the sculpt for the suite looks great.
The end sequence where Godzilla dies is the the best death sequence for a monster I have ever seen.
The musical score called Requiem is beautifully done.
When all is quiet, and the think they are truly rid of Godzilla......
They kept the b roll this time and it shows scenes from Godzilla from 84 to 95.

3 stars for Godzilla x Mehaguirus

This movie would get serious and then get downright silly. There was some eyecandy and some lame parts.
I liked the new look of the millennium Godzilla. The scene where the heroine fires a transmitter on him looked cool.
Godzilla looked fierce and was a force to reckon with. Certain parts just didn't look well and came across as silly.
When he shakes his head quickly left to right and the ridiculous belly flop on Megaguirus.
Megaguirus wasn't really an innovative looking creature. He looked like a variation of Battora/Battra.
Some of the special effects looked great and some looked rushed. You could see strings in a few scenes. No excuse for that for movies that are newer. This isn't the 70's.
This movie had an excellent score.
I am more of a fan of the Heisei series than the millennium series.
With that said, this set is a must for Godzilla fans.
I strongly recommend.
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