Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991)
Kenichiro Terasawa: You say that you feel Godzilla?
Miki Saegusa: Yes whenever I close my eyes, I see him as clearly as if he was walking right in front of me.
Kenichiro Terasawa: Hey, Emmy, could you please answer a question for me?
Emmy Kano: What is it?
Kenichiro Terasawa: Tell me now, did my book become a bestseller?
Emmy Kano: Actually, hardly anyone even knew about your book.
Kenichiro Terasawa: [trying to hide his disappointment] I see.
Major Spielberg: Enemy plane, Sir?
U.S. Ship Commander: Impossible. No plane can fly that fast. That looked to me like it was from another planet...
Major Spielberg: I have to agree, Sir. It did look like it was from another planet, but... Shall we report it, Sir?
U.S. Ship Commander: What? That we're being invaded by little green men from outer space? Let's just keep it as our secret. You can tell your son about it when he's born, Major Spielberg.
Major Spielberg: Sir, yes Sir!
Major Spielberg: I will Sir.
Chuck Wilson: Do you think that means you won? It doesn't matter! Me don't need a computer or King Ghidorah to do our work. Godzilla's going to destroy the country of Japan himself. You're nuclear fanatics don't know what they've created. This new Godzilla is unfriendly and is going to destroy your planet! There's nothing you can do about it! YOUR COUNTRY HAS NO FUTURE NOW!
Grenchiko: Our job here was a success. And soon we'll be back in the 23rd century. There's something you didn't know. Our ship has an advance safety device. And in case of any emergency, it sends us back to our own time. 20 minutes after the alarm goes off it sends us on our way. We'll be saying goodbye to the 20th century. And all this happens automatically.
Emmy Kano: You bastards!
Ikehata, the mad old soldier: A long time ago, in a far-off land, I saw a real live dinosaur. You don't know about this dinosaur. You don't know what it was like, but I certainly do. He's close by, and he watches over all of us. I'm not sure where he hides, but he can see us. And if we ever become helpless and desperate, the dinosaur will come back to us and save us from tragedy and disaster, just as it did before on that doomed World War II battlefield we once faced. You think that there is absolutely nothing to fear. Our country is peaceful and you think that nothing could possibly happen to us, but we're in danger. You must all prepare yourselves for what will happen!
Mr. Shindo: A real dinosaur? Young man, I do call myself an expert in dinosaur studies, but I'm sorry to tell you I've never seen a live one.
Kenichiro Terasawa: Are you saying not even on Lagos Island?
Mr. Shindo: On Lagos?
Kenichiro Terasawa: I believe there was a dinosaur on Lagos in 1944.
Kenichiro Terasawa: Mr. Shindo?
Mr. Shindo: I'm very sorry, young man, but I have to go to Kyushu for a meeting right now. I can't waste time talking to you anymore.
Kenichiro Terasawa: Ten years after you left Lagos, an H-bomb was tested close by on an island called Bikini, and it's very possible that the radioactivity turned it into Godzilla. That's what I believe anyway.
Mr. Shindo: You mean that the dinosaur turned into Godzilla?
Kenichiro Terasawa: The Equal Environment Earth Union?
Emmy Kano: Its sole purpose is to equalize the power of all nations on Earth. All types of people joined our organization, modest ones and aggressive ones, mostly very liberal and some of them radical. We stole the time machine. We had to have it in order to carry out the plan we had for Japan.
Kenichiro Terasawa: What did you plan for Japan?
Emmy Kano: Actually, we made up the story about Godzilla. He never does destroy Japan.
Kenichiro Terasawa: I see. And what about the nuclear pollution that destroys Japan?
Emmy Kano: It's all a lie. Later on, Japan will become even stronger, the richest nation of the 21st century. With all this wealth and great power, it will buy up nations, South America and Africa, and then in the 22nd century, Japan will be bigger than China, America and all of Europe. No nation will compare to it.
Kenichiro Terasawa: My God. So they've come here to destroy Japan before all this happens. Why did they have to come back and destroy Japan this way?
Emmy Kano: There's no other way. At the end of the 20th century, all nuclear weapons are banned, and because of that, no organization or government could control Japan, not even the Earth Union. So Wilson came up with his own plan to make a monster he could control and get rid of Godzilla so he couldn't defend you. Then he'd begin to destroy Japan.