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Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla -- Godzilla deals both with Space Godzilla, his mutated intergalactic twin, and the Yakuza, all while trying to protect Little Godzilla. What is earth's green guardian to do?

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Release Date:
10 December 1994 (Japan) See more »
Tagline:
Hakai Shin Korin [Destruction Deity Descent]
Plot:
Godzilla is threatened by two new forces: Mogera - another UN built machine; and Space Godzilla - a beast spawned from Godzilla's particles in space. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)
Megumi Odaka ... Miki Saegusa
Jun Hashizume ... Lt. Koji Shinjo
Zenkichi Yoneyama ... Lt. Kiyoshi Sato
Akira Emoto ... Major Akira Yuki
Towako Yoshikawa ... Dr. Chinatsu Gondo
Yôsuke Saitô ... Dr. Susumu Okubo
Kenji Sahara ... Minister Takayuki Segawa
Akira Nakao ... Commander Takaki Aso
Kôichi Ueda ... Deputy Commander Hyodo
Hôka Kinoshita ... Moguera Pilot
Ronald Hoerr ... Professor Alexander Mammilov
Ed Sardy ... Eric Gould
Tom Duran ... McKay, the mafia boss
Keiko Imamura ... Cosmos #1
Sayaka Osawa ... Cosmos #2
Kunihiro Matsumura ... Guy at Doll Machine
Kenpachiro Satsuma ... Gojira
Ryo Hariya ... SpaceGodzilla
Wataru Fukuda ... Moguera
Little Frankie ... LittleGodzilla
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Directed by
Kensho Yamashita 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Kanji Kashiwa 
Hiroshi Kashiwabara 

Produced by
Tomoyuki Tanaka .... executive producer
Shogo Tomiyama .... producer
 
Original Music by
Takayuki Hattori 
 
Cinematography by
Masahiro Kishimoto 
 
Art Department
Yumiko Arakawa .... carpenter
 
Special Effects by
Shin'ichi Wakasa .... suit maker
Tetsuzô Ôsawa .... special effects production designer
 
Visual Effects by
Hiroshi Onodera .... visual effects supervisor
Tetuzo Osawa .... visual effects designer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kenichi Eguchi .... spfx photography
 
Music Department
Akira Ifukube .... themes
 
Other crew
Kôichi Kawakita .... director of spfx
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Gojira VS Supesugojira" - Japan (original title)
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Runtime:
108 min | USA:106 min
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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 »
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Revealing mistakes: While Spacegodzilla is telepathically levitating Little Godzilla, strings holding Little Godzilla can be seen.See more »
Quotes:
Lt. Koji Shinjo:[after Miki levitates a stretcher] What was that?
Miki Saegusa:Telekinesis.
Lt. Koji Shinjo:Tele what?
Miki Saegusa:I just never tried it before.
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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Worst Heisei Flick, 25 April 2009
Author: gigan-92 from United States

D+ This movie was okay, but is nowhere near as good as the others in the Heisei series. Directed by Kensho Yamashita, a newbie to the job who did well on terms of the SFX but the plot, written by Hiroshi Kashiwabara, well.... let's get to the reasons why this film was a bummer for me. To go over each one in detail would at least be a junior novel:

Project T, even in terms of a G-flick, was a very unbelievable concept. It just seemed stupid...mind controlling Godzilla? I just couldn't embrace it. SpaceGodzilla's origin is too far-fetched and complicated, especially to be explained in one scene so quickly. It should've been more slowly elaborated. It's pure Toho ridiculousness as its finest. Little Godzilla goes from the serious Baby Godzilla in "Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla" to the Heisei Minilla we see in this movie. Even with a kiddy theme to accompany the goofy look, absolutely hated him.

Dr. Obuko is a top scientist but also associates with the Japanese Mob. Okay, once more some more explaining is needed here. The film needed much more time to build its zany plot, which had hope but doesn't deliver unfortunately. Instead, it's all shoved into a 108 minute film. I personally, however, enjoyed watching Space Godzilla blast and stomp on Little Godzilla. I guess killing the little thing would've been overdoing it though...

The SFX are at their near peak here and with this aspect of the film I'm impressed. Kawakita really took it to the next level. Godzilla looks great in this film, as usual. MOGERA was a pathetic new robot, who looked ridiculous. In my opinion it would've been much better to simply bring back MechaGodzilla, but this isn't so. Space Godzilla actually looks fearsome and I love the roar. He looks amazing and the personality was awesome. I hope he returns someday in a better film.

The action, minus the scene on Birth Island, gets tiring because it's mostly just blasting and no physical contact, but the film does have its moments. My favorite part: Space-G getting his shoulder spikes blown clean off, only to return the favor by spearing MOGERA in the chest with his tail. It was a nice effect and I love the shot. Takayuki Hattori actually delivers a decent score, but I'm curious how Akira Ifukube's Space-G theme would've sounded. In the end, a decent film, with several flaws that could've been fixed.

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