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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
Todd A. Bobenrieth <email@example.com>
Originally, Mechagodzilla was supposed to team up with Godzilla against Space Godzilla, but Mechagodzilla was though to be too powerful and was changed to Mogera, a remake of Mogera from Mysterians. See more »
While Spacegodzilla is telepathically levitating Little Godzilla, strings holding Little Godzilla can be seen. See more »
Life would be sad without love. This movie would be great if the guy who said it wasn't in it!
This is Gojira's 40th anniversary movie. What a strange concoction this one is.
While SpaceGodzilla, who admittedly looks evil and can do evil things, seems a little out of place. I'm not too sure about his powers of flight. He's at his most bastard self when he attacks the more or less defenceless LittleGodzilla.
Little Gojira is a bit odd too. It looks nothing like Baby from "Gojira vs Mekagojira II". But, to its credit, it acts like a young one would. It's playful, it can wander into dangerous situations and it can call out for its parent.
MOGERA is an oddity too. How it could be classed a "sucessor" to the all-powerful MechaG from the previous movie is beyond me (or possibly any G-fan). It's kinda more like the B-squad of mechas. However, I do like its ability to transform into two vehicles. Actually, I prefer it like that.
I'm got going to mention much about Godzilla, except why, for most of the film, his atomic breath is blue? As we all know it turned red thanks to Rodan's self-sacrifice, but why is it not red all the time?
As per usual, the human cast don't have much going for them. I'm starting to dislike Miki Saegusa now. She keeps blabbing on about "Godzilla's rights", but as per usual, she gets led into the plan anyway. I'm not too sure about the guy in charge of the T-project (the one with the long face who smirks to himself a lot). He's kinda like a Japanese Snidely Whiplash.
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