Godzilla returns in a brand-new movie that ignores all preceding movies except for the original with a brand new look and a powered up atomic ray. This time he battles a mysterious UFO that later transforms into a mysterious kaiju dubbed Orga. They meet up for the final showdown in the city of Shinjuku. Written by
The first film in which Godzilla is actually green. See more »
When the two men are in the lab at CCI, when they are discovering Regenerator G-1, first they view the Godzilla skin sample under a compound light microscope. Then they move directly to an electron microscope, where they poke one individual skin cell and watch it regenerate on the monitor. There are two kinds of Electron microscope, transmission and scanning. Both require the specimens to be dead (and specially prepared with a coat of metal) in order to be viewed. It is impossible for the men to have seen a Gozilla cell alive and regenerating using the electron microscope. See more »
Ahh, this damn teriyaki is cold again.
Huh, but as long as the beer is cold, who cares?
You clowns don't like it, there's plenty of other places to eat around here, so shut up or get out!
[room shakes, Godzilla is here]
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Godzilla's roar is heard right before the "A Tri-Star Release" credit at the end of the closing credits. (US version only) See more »
It has a good enough story, a great enemy, and good enough special effects. If you own this on DVD and you live in the USA, then please watch it on the "Audio Commentary". It will change your view of the movie. Plus it's a great come back against "Godzilla (1998)" which disgraced Godzilla. If you are a big Godzilla Fan, I fully recommend this film to you. It's a great start to begin the Millennium series which also has some really good films, among my favorite.
Anyway, I give this film an A-. If you watch it with the "Audio Commentary", you will too.
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