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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...
Ultraman in the 21 century, secret government organizations, characters with dark secrets, authority abuses...,innocents in danger: and suddenly all this things blow up when The Silver Giant appears!! The old story of love, sacrifice and heroism, upgrade for a new audience, and a great gift for the 70' and 80's children.
I like the detail that the hero was a man in his 35' old, with a little boy and wife; after all, mostly of the Ultra fans we have on this age now, still, this is not a fanatic movie, its a fresh story and people of all ages can enjoy it...its funny, this movie has the same elements of R. Emmerich's Godzilla, but without pretensions... and this was made with good taste!
Maybe the story is a little slow at the beginning, and some characters could be more exploited, but nothing that the audience can't stand. The movie ended and you still want more action! Thanks for bring us Ultraman back!
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