• Hemi

    ★★½ Added by Hemi

    So Godzilla is a bad guy in this. With weird white eyes. King Ghidorah is somehow a good guy. Baragon makes his one of very few appearances and doesn't last long. Mothra is there being mothra like.. (hate mothra for the most part). Overall fine movie.


  • Chris Niklewski

    ★★★★★ Watched by Chris Niklewski 14 Oct, 2014

    This movie. What can I say about this movie? It was one of the most incredible and amazing Godzilla movies I've ever seen. Everything just fit together perfectly. This movie made people in rubber suits look really threatening, massive and dangerous. Even CG Mothra looked good. It was one of the most mature Godzilla movies, too, showing a lot of collateral damage and people dying as well as the language and the overall tone of the movie. Just hate the totally over-the-top ridiculous name, though, and poor Baragon didn't even get name dropped in the title.


  • DearCastAndCrew

    ★★★★ Added by DearCastAndCrew


    We get nearly an hour into Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (in the interest of avoiding eyestrain, I'll be using the abbreviation _GMK _from here on out) before we get to see your handiwork tearing up the screen, but, boy oh boy, is it ever worth the wait. For a script heavily steeped in mysticism and Japanese folklore, you designed a…


  • Sean Frost

    ★½ Watched by Sean Frost 28 Sep, 2014

    I'm sorry. I will never accept Ghidorah as a "good guy". Nope.


  • Aaron Carter

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Aaron Carter 23 Sep, 2014

    A damn fine Godzilla film and one of the best post original films in the series. And holy shit is Godzilla a badass in this one, completely obliterating everything including his deadliest foes King Ghidorah and Mothra. Probably the only one besides the original where Godzilla is truly an evil sonuvabitch hellbent on ending humanity. This ain't your friendly neighborhood kid friendly Showa 'Zilla, that's for sure.


  • MK R

    ★★★★ Rewatched by MK R 09 Sep, 2014 6

    Shusuke Kaneko, helmer of the excellent 90s Gamera trilogy (nearly the only kaiju films that function as actual films and not soulless movie product that's churned out by an indifferent studio in order to fleece nerds and schoolchildren of their matinee money) was given the reigns to the Godzilla franchise just once, and despite being significantly hampered by Toho's sausage factory production methods and producer interference (they refused his original choice of monsters), he effortlessly one-ups the entire franchise in…


  • Nick Fury

    ★★★ Added by Nick Fury

    For fans of an evil Godzilla who'd rather incinerate Japan than save it, this the movie for you. Essentially ignoring everything since the original (with a sly joke about the 90s American remake), this movie has everything you could ask in a modern Godzilla movie, made the old fashion way. The Fx are actually pretty good, with some great designs for the monsters and Mothra's colorful entrance is a particular highlight. The lead actors playing the veteran general and his…


  • LeoNidas

    ★★★ Added by LeoNidas

    Overall a pretty good Godzilla movie with some good action scene's and lots of explosions( not in the michael bay way). Only do I have little problems with the design of Godzilla himself, his neck looks way to long in my opinion, looks almost like a giraffe. Still a pretty good one.


  • Ferox

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Ferox 06 Jul, 2014

    Although it was really nice to see Godzilla as a villain again (complete with shout out head over the hill shot lifted from the original) I take issue with King Ghidorah becoming a pushover good guy that is powered by kaiju fairy dust.

    Even though Godzilla has too much of an upper hand in most of the kaiju battles, the action is enjoyable and the human vs. Godzilla battle is pretty worthy.


  • Amoebrain

    ★★★½ Watched by Amoebrain 01 Jul, 2014

    Holy fuck, Godzilla is a bad motherfucker in this movie; his nuclear breath is blue again after the two previous Millennium films, the suit is a throwback to the classic black and white designs and he stomps and kills more civilians than in any other entry of the franchise. Mothra and Ghidorah are back too (along with a very resilient Baragon), and they have never looked better, in my opinion. The fights are outstanding and the destruction doesn’t seem to…


  • acidpolice

    ★★★ Added by acidpolice

    The catch-22 of all Godzilla movies after the first one: the human parts are boring. But at the same time, nothing but rubber suits running into each other would be boring as well if we didn't have humans to add an emotional connection, and a sense of scale to emphasize the destruction. I think the guys who made this one realized that, and did their best to work around it: the human drama parts are sub-Spielberg treacle, but nevertheless charming,…


  • Luigi Allender

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Luigi Allender 24 Jun, 2014

    This is where the Millennium Era of Godzilla shines the brightest. Taking Godzilla back to his roots at being a symbol of destruction. Godzilla is the villain here with three monster adversaries. There's Baragon, Mothra, and King Ghidorah.

    What a monster brawl. Godzilla is the one on the all-out attack. He annihilates everything in his path. You can feel the force and impact from his atomic breath. He also looks so incredibly evil here. Resembling more of the classic '54…