GODZILLA, MOTHRA, KING GHIDORAH: GIANT MONSTER ALL-OUT ATTACK is one of the best Godzilla movies this side of the original.
With better effects and more exciting battles, this film will renew you thirst for giant monsters.
Godzilla is back!
After being spotted in the ocean by a submarine, the government realises that Godzilla has returned and he has been possessed by the soldiers of WWII who are angry at modern day Japan for forgetting them.
Not only that but the three guardian monsters Baragon, Mothra and King Ghidorah are being awakened to defend Japan from Godzilla’s wrath.
GODZILLA, MOTHRA, KING GHIDORAH: GIANT MONSTERS ALL-OUT ATTACK sets itself apart from the other films very early on.
Not only does it focus on a more supernatural (almost horror) theme, it actually has quite an engaging storyline for the human characters which is quite an accomplishment.
Normally Godzilla films are dragged down immensely by the excruciatingly dull story elements in between the monster battles, but thankfully here it is quite entertaining as the main characters, a reporter for a struggling TV channel, tracking down Godzilla in a constant effort to film the occurrences and keep the public up to date. This approach sets up the up coming monster battles very effectively.
This time around the Godzilla has had quite a make-over. Sporting a very menacing new design and some evil looking pure white eyes, the suit is also a lot more flexible and enables the wearer to perform more natural animal movements.
Overall, all the effects are quite realistic in this film, including the very convincing miniature sets and the monster costumes for all three monster guardians, particularly Mothra when combined with the CG effects.
The monster battles are very entertaining, exciting and makes this movie a perfect one to watch with a bunch of your friends sitting around eating popcorn cheering for their favourite monsters, kinda like a wrestling match.
The acting is also very good by the human characters with Chiharu Niyama being the stand out performer as the reporter Yuri Tachibana.
It’s normally hard for me to recommend a Godzilla film for a mainstream audience but this one is easily the best suited for everyone and I can highly recommend it.
Never seen a Godzilla movie but don’t want to sit through the first already knowing what’s going to happen? Then GODZILLA, MOTHRA, KING GHIDORAH: GIANT MONSTERS ALL-OUT ATTACK is the perfect introduction for you.
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