Director: Kazuki Ohmori
Starring: Kunihiko Mitamura, Yoshiko Tanaka, Masanobu Takashima, Koji Takahashi, Toru Minegishi, Megumi Odaka, Toshiyuki Nagashima, Ryunosuke Kaneda
Plot: Godzilla cells left over from his previous attack are fused with plantlife in an attempt to creat a bacteria that will destroy Godzilla once and for all.
Godzilla had officially returned to the cinematic universe in 1984, but it took 5 years for a sequel to reach Japan (7 after the Us release). Not only that, but Toho producer Tomoyuki Tanaka had also called upon the creative input of fans, asking them to invent a new story and monster for Godzilla to face off against. This was quite a brave step, with the last attempt resulting in the arrival
Japan's Longest Day
On August 15th, 1945, the Japanese people faced utter destruction. Millions of soldiers and civilians were dead, the rest were starving, and their cities had been reduced to piles of rubble--two of them vaporized by atomic bombs. The government was deadlocked. To break the impasse, the cabinet took the unprecedented step of asking the Emperor to decide the fate of the nation. Toshiro Mifune leads an all-star cast in a powerful film about
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