The Mads force another Godzilla movie on Joel and the Bots. In this one, a group of friends are shipwrecked on an island guarded by a crab monster named Ebirah while Godzilla sleeps in a ... See full summary »

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The Mads force another Godzilla movie on Joel and the Bots. In this one, a group of friends are shipwrecked on an island guarded by a crab monster named Ebirah while Godzilla sleeps in a nearby cave. The Bots meet Mothra on the Hexfield and the Mads start re-thinking the structure of their experiments. Written by skillwithaquill

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Joel: You guys are making fun of those two twins in the movie and their faith in Mothra, aren't you?
Crow T. Robot: Oh, no.
Joel: Well, listen, have a good time. But uh, just be careful when you scoff at a higher being, okay? From one who knows, all right?
Tom Servo: Uh, huh.
Joel: Leave it at that.
Crow T. Robot: Okay. Wow. I learned an important lesson today.
Tom Servo: Yeah, thank you, Lucas Tanner.
[both laugh, then Mothra appears in the Hexfield]
Tom Servo: Whoa, it's Mothra! Whoa!
Mothra: Hi, kids. What can I do for ya?
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References The Music Man (1962) See more »

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Have Gun - Will Travel Theme
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Written by Bernard Herrmann
Performed by Trace Beaulieu, Joel Hodgson, and Kevin Murphy
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Solid
14 June 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

I've watched "Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster" twice today- once with the Mystery Science Theater 3000 crew ripping it apart in a veru good but not great episode (the only great bit being the 'Godzilla bop' skit, one of the best skits in the show's early years), and the second time in all its unedited, pure horror. While there's no denying there's a lot of crap bits in even the better Godzilla films, there's no excuse for this gigantic mess known as "Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster". It's terrible, simple as.

Providing absolutely nothing of interest in the entirety of its running time, "Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster" is one of those films where you wonder why they bothered. Of course, with this particular effort the answer is 'money' but you really do wonder if they couldn't have come up with a slightly more enjoyable plot, slightly better characters, and a decent way to get the (poorly-realized) monsters together. Moreover, the once-interesting Mothra-summoning scenes drag on and on and on and on...

It's boring. There's just nothing else to say about it, and there's maybe about 10 minutes of it that are actually interesting and worth watching. Settle for the MST3k version, it's got good riffs and Crow finally says what all of us have been thinking about the two twin girls, at least in close-up.

Boring, boring, boring. Poorly-paced, poorly-made, and with truly embarrassing special effects, "Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster" is a disaster.

2/10


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