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An eccentric man aged about 40 lives alone in a decrepit house in Tokyo. He periodically transforms into a giant, about 30 meters tall, and defends Japan by battling similarly sized monsters that turn up and destroy buildings. The giant and the monsters are computer-generated. Written by
i loved it. it was a credit to the "mockumentary" genre. the basic premise was interesting, but the beginning was really slow. still, i enjoyed every minute of the movie, and i especially like how the director chose to add subtitles for all the signs and graffiti. this made the movie much more hilarious.
it really does a good job of making fun of monster movies, especially the last 10 or so minutes. if you enjoy dry humor, you will enjoy the film. whoever the director is, he's a genius. this movie has inspired me to start watching the sci-fi channel as well (for the monster movies)
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