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[Ryan and Slade are brought to Admiral Brooks]
Gentlemen, you've been asked to come here to supply us with any information in your possession which might be helpful. Nara Island has been destroyed. Reconnaissance aircraft have sighted the creature in this area here.
Excuse me, sir, that looks as though the thing is heading for England.
Quite. And that, in itself, calls for an explanation. Do you have one?
[crossing his arms defensively]
Well, we were playing a stream of water on it during the ...
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This film is came out seven years after the debut of the "Big G" and it is quite a surprise. This is a great story, and the ending is definitely a twist on what usually happens in most giant monster films. This film could definitely be seen as a parable on the consequences of greed. This film is definitely a cult classic.
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