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Aliens intend to take over the planet and, just in case Godzilla tries to interfere, have built a mechanical version of him to put an end to his interference. The Earth humans summon the legendary King Seesar to assist Godzilla in the battle. Written by
Todd A. Bobenrieth <TAB146@PSUVM.EDU>
The only Japanese Godzilla movie that saw a release in Hungary. It had a limited run in cinemas in 1989, but was met wit an unfavorable reception and was quickly forgotten. Due to this, the American Godzilla (1998) managed to debut to astonishing success in the country, whereas the more Japanese-inspired later American reboot, Godzilla (2014), was again badly received. See more »
During Godzilla's confrontation with Mechagodzilla at the oil refinery, several flashes of light cause the two monsters to cast shadows against the sky, revealing the sky to be a matte painting. See more »
Godzilla is introduced to heavy metal by way of cyborg doppelganger
In this little doozy, Godzilla goes up against Mechagodzilla, a monster with a long name and made of space titanium. Godzilla teams up with King Seesar, a furry guy who likes quiet evenings at home until he is woken up by singing. MechaG is the evil aliens' world conquering device. By the way, the aliens in their true form look like Japanese actors with green ape masks on. Big budget fun. King Seesar is called upon to protect his home Okinawa and make sure Mr.Miyagi's parents survive so he can grow up to teach Daniel-San. All I can say is if this is Okinawa's best defense, that island is screwed. Godzilla eventually beats MechaG by drawing him to his body magnetically (along with some electrical towers) and ripping his head off. Anguirus is in it too, but who cares? Note: this is one of the films where Godzilla squirts blood likes he's in a Peckinpah flick.
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