Ultraman Tiga: The Final Oddysey was sort of an epilogue of the Ultraman Tiga series. Just when we thought that the world is safe, it's under attack again! A TPC excursion (including GUTS' ... See full summary »
After being mortally wounded in a monster attack, grocery man Seiji Hokuto and medical girl Yuko Minami are revived by (and given two Ultra Rings, with which they unite into) a new Ultra-being, Ultraman Ace.
Do you still remember your childhood dreams about a silver shooting star? The dream still remains somewhere in your heart unbroken. The year 2005, it took us 39 years to come across the silver shooting star again...
Eji Tsurabaya, you've'e done it again. this movie is great, tonnes of action packed scenes with great special effects done by the same from the 2002 Godzilla movie, and if you saw that then you probably wern't disappointed. and again the return of every ones favourite Japanese super hero. ULTRAMAN him self. takes on a giant monster thingy. (its the only way to describe it) the movie caters for both an adult and a child audience and even a teenage because i enjoyed and I'm only 17. and if your thinking this is some how related to or a rip off of power rangers, your wrong, this pre dates power rangers by a few decades and as for the music, the music is done by the one and only, legendary Japanese guitarist and one half of the super band "B'z", Tak Matsumoto's score just really makes you go all hyper and alone adds action to movie. any way I'm not gonna leave any spoilers the movie is a fun family feature, or great for a night in with mates, maybe a girl friend (though they don't tend to like giant monster movies such) or even alone and is overall a great movie.
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