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When Mothra went into outer space to stop a meteor from reaching Earth, she accidentally took with cells from Godzilla and remaining cells from Biollante that inhabited our atmosphere. The combined cells went through a black hole and created a new creature, Space Godzilla. Space Godzilla heads to Earth to confront Godzilla, Junior Godzilla, and the new G-Force robot, MOGERA. Written by
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If the fight in Fukuoka, Godzilla and Moguera do make physical contact when Moguera uses the drill on it's head to drill into Spacegodzilla's collar before Godzilla arrives on the scene. Godzilla makes contact a few times, one of the times is when he bites Spacegodzilla's neck and steels some of the power Spacegodzilla was drawing from the crystals. See more »
While Spacegodzilla is telepathically levitating Little Godzilla, strings holding Little Godzilla can be seen. See more »
This Godzilla movie was a vast improvement over its previous version "Godzilla vs Mecha Godzilla II". I liked the plot, and I especially liked the fact that new monster worthy of Godzilla was introduced here instead of old monsters (especially Mothra and King Gidorah) being recycled into its plot. Cinematography was good, and the way Godzilla was depicted in this movie had freshness to it with Godzilla shown in a scene with actually existing landscapes like Mt. Aso in Kyushu.
The actors were mostly all new to this movie, and they were better actors than those in the earlier series. If there's one actor that I don't understand why she's in it is Megumi Odaka(Miki Saegusa). She has no expression, and just stands there and talks the dialog, and she's in every single Godzilla movie made in the '90s. The actor I liked the most was Dr. Gondo. The plot is that her brother was killed by Godzilla. Toho should work more on casting with these movies. They could easily bring up the quality of production couple of notches (as '90s Gamera series proved with rented talent from Toho doing special effects and directing).
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