Aliens from a dying galaxy plan to destroy our cities and build their new home on Earth. Their weapon is Mechagodzilla, a 400-foot-tall robot armed with powerful lasers and guided missiles. Only Godzilla is mighty enough to stop the colossal machine, but when Professor Mafune joins the aliens, not even Godzilla will be able to defeat them. Mafune controls Titanosaurus, a gigantic amphibious dinosaur, through a biochemical connection with his cyborg daughter, Katsura. Godzilla is no match for Titanosaurus and Mechagodzilla together, but Interpol agents have discovered Titanosaurus' weakness, which may give Godzilla the fighting chance he needs to save the world! Written by
Robert Lynch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Metal meets monster.
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Did You Know?
This was the last Godzilla film shot in the 2.40:1 aspect ratio until until Godzilla: Final Wars
(2004). All films in the second wave (the Versus Series) of Godzilla films would be shot in the narrower 1.85:1 screen-aspect ratio. Wider screen-aspect ratios would resume, however, with most of the third wave of Godzilla films, beginning with Godzilla 2000
(1999), which were shot in the 2:35.1 ratio. See more
As Godzilla sends Mechagodzilla flying in his final scene, Mechagodzilla also seems to be represented by an empty suit here. His hands wobble around and appear to be attached via thin rubber or strings or the like to his arms, rather than being held in place by an actor inside the suit. See more
Your heart is frozen and dry. Who'd love a cyborg, a person who is not a person? So remember, forget about Earthlings. They're no concern of yours. There's only one emotion that controls your mind. What emotion is that? What controls you?
Vengeance and hate. Revenge.
Quite right. That's good.