A group of scientists are on tropical Solgel Island in the Pacific to conduct weather control experiments. Just before they begin, they find giant preying mantises measuring 25 feet tall called Kamakaras. They decide to go ahead with the experiments, but a malfunction in one of the devices and as a result a radioactive storm that pushes the temperature up to two hundred degrees. The storm also causes the mantises to grow even bigger to 100 feet tall. The mantises then make their way to a huge mound where they uncover a giant egg which contains a young Godzilla, later named Minilla. Eventually, Godzilla shows up and saves his offspring. The rest of the movie features Godzilla taking care of and teaching his young son the skills that will eventually help him to become the new "King of Monsters" as well as fighting the Kamakaras and a giant spider named Kumoga. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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Did You Know?
The deisengoji suit is used in this movie os a stunt/water suit. It first appears when we first see Godzilla at the begining of the movie after the showing of the title. Then it is seen in the very next Godzilla sighting as he rises out of the water responding to Minya's call out to Godzilla to save the little monster. See more
In several scenes the strings used to manipulate the Minya, Kamacuras and Kumonga marionettes as well as Godzilla's tail are clearly visible. See more
[referring to Goro's refusal to leave
Do you still insist?
We don't need any publicity.
Who said I was doing this for your publicity? I'm working for myself. The smell of a story...
The smell of a story?
Yes. The smell of a story attracts me. The readers will decide whether to read it or not. I report what I see.
Followed by Godzilla 2000