Humanity's desperate battle to reclaim the Earth from Godzilla continues. The key to defeating the King of the Monsters may be Mechagodzilla, a robotic weapon thought to have been lost nearly 20,000 years ago.
In the distant future, humans are declared "illegal residents" and hunted to near extinction by murderous robots. One day, a group of human scavengers come across a strange man named Killy, who may be the key to humanity's survival.
Years into the future and the human race has been defeated several times by the new ruling force of the planet: "kaijus". And the ruler of that force is Godzilla, The King of the Monsters. Humanity is in such defeat, plans to leave the planet have been made, and several people have been chosen to look at a new planet to see if it is inhabitable. Realizing it's not, though, the human race resorts to plan B: to defeat Godzilla and take back their planet.
Including American adaptations, this is the 32nd Godzilla film. See more »
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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Godzilla is not invincible. It's humanity's fault for giving up on the fight.
That's what Harou thinks. He analyzed that old data because of you Exif's Gematron calculation. It was impossible for Earthlings at the time.
Are you saying that, if the weak-point analysis has been made in time, that humanity still wouldn't have been victorious?
And if they did defeat Godzilla, then it was only a matter of time until Exif's cult took over Earth.
Even if Bilusaludo's Mecha-Godzilla had defeated ...
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After the final credits, a short scene explains the fate of Haruo and sets up the next installment in the series. See more »
Originally, the after-credits scene included a glimpse at MechaGodzilla. This was cut from Netflix's international release of the film. See more »
(Anime Film "Godzilla: Kaijuu Wakusei" Theme Song)
Composer Masayuki Nakano (Boom Boom Satellites)
Arranger Masayuki Nakano (Boom Boom Satellites)
Performed by XAI
Lyrics by Sachiko Aoyama (Negoto) See more »
Nice idea, yet it seems like it was done in a rush, without much thinking
Its has an interesting approach on the Godzilla theme, and I like the story central idea. Yet I found the execution of it to frail, like if it was done in a rush without thinking it to much.
The characters, the dialogues, the way the story unfolds, it´s not bad, yet it lacks some sense in it, leaving you the idea that it could have been easily improved, yet there was not much effort in doing so.
Apart from that, The animation is not bad, it gets the point done, but leaves much to improve. The voice acting could be much better, at least in the Japanese version of it, but again, is not a deal breaker.
Still, i enjoyed enough that I watch the rest of the trilogy, without regretting it.
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