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Reptile 2001 -- It's been asleep for two hundred million years. Now it been awakened by aliens from another galaxy. The aliens are using Yonggary to destroy mankind.


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Hyung-rae Shim (story)
Marty Poole (screenplay)
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17 July 1999 (South Korea) See more »
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It's been asleep for two hundred million years. Now it been awakened by aliens from another galaxy. The aliens are using Yonggary to destroy mankind. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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A giant monster movie in the style of the new Godzilla movies from Japan. See more (37 total) »


  (in credits order)
Dan Cashman ... Lt. Gen. George Murdock
Bruce Cornwell ... Mr. Mills, N.S.I.A.
Dennis Howard ... Maj. Gen. Jack Thomas

Matt Landers ... Maj. Gen. Don 'Boom Boom' Howell

Richard Livingston ... Dr. Campbell (as Richard B. Livingston)
Donna Philipson ... Holly Davis

Wiley M. Pickett ... Lt. O'Neil

Brad Sergi ... Bud Black
Eric Briant Wells ... Captain Parker (as Briant Wells)
Harrison Young ... Dr. Wendel Hughes
D.J. Robbins
Derrick Costa ... Sgt. Archie
Johanna Parker ... Sgt. Romiski, T-Force
Alex Walters ... Sgt. Michaels, T-Force

Les Brandt ... Sgt. Sanchez
Karl Calhhoun ... Sgt. Andrews
Allan Grifka ... Sgt. Smitty (as Alan Grifka)
Julie Kessler ... Bartender Sarah Saunders
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Cox ... Helicopter pilot #2
William Hankins ... Man At Door (as W. M. Hankins)
Wilborn Monroe Kilpatrick Jr. ... Dudly
Kurt Leitner ... Voice Performer
Matthew Perniciaro ... Man At Bar
Marvin Poole ... Pvt. Lewis, Hellraiser Operator
Ken Wayne ... Soldier / pilot
Chan-ho Seo ... Worker (uncredited)

Directed by
Hyung-rae Shim 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marty Poole  screenplay
Hyung-rae Shim  story

Produced by
Hyung-rae Shim .... producer
Original Music by
Sung-woo Jo  (as Sung-woo Cho)
Cinematography by
An-hong Kim 
Film Editing by
Steve Swersky 
Art Department
Lee Lazarow .... propmaster
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Jeff Boydstun .... sound designer
Gary Coppola .... sound re-recording mixer (as Gary J. Coppola)
Edward Gomez .... sound editor
Paul Vik Marshall .... production mixer: Korea
Edward M. Steidele .... supervising foley artist
Visual Effects by
Bruce Harris .... digital compositor
David Hopkins .... open title sequence: US
Dion Hopkins .... visual effects: opening title sequence
David Fred Masselink .... optical effects line-up
Hee Jung Ryu .... visual effects supervisor
Ki-Wook Shim .... compositing supervisor
Music Department
Brian Bulman .... music editor
Daniel Schweiger .... music supervisor
Other crew
Hyuk Lee .... promotion
Hyuk Lee .... publishing
Janel F. Reeves .... script supervisor

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Also Known As:
"2001 Yonggary" - South Korea (original title)
"Reptilian" - USA (video title)
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Rated PG-13 for some violence
99 min
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11 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
A giant monster movie in the style of the new Godzilla movies from Japan., 25 April 2006
Author: cyberschizoid from United Kingdom

No spoilers in this very brief review! All i can say is that it was fun trash and a million times better than that awful American Godzilla remake. I loved it because it was fun in a "so bad it's good" kinda way. The CGI effects aren't actually that bad all things considered although the acting was appalling.Kinda like daytime soap acting, only not as good. Imagine if the cast of "All My Children" were to be suddenly confronted by Godzilla and Mothra? You get my drift? The story is at least trying to be original and there are so many different trash movie clichés going on it's almost hard to keep up! Picture bizarre aliens,huge spaceships and battling giant monsters and you may get the general idea! All in all, a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon. And it will certainly keep the kids amused during the Summer vacation!

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