• Matthew Lucas

    ★★★½ Watched by Matthew Lucas 24 Apr, 2016

    Godzilla isn't kidding around in this second installment of the Millennium series, which not only sports the most awkward title of any of the Godzilla films, it also features the most supernatural elements. This time, Godzilla is possessed by the spirits of those who were killed in the Pacific during WWII, and is out for revenge against Japan. All that stands between him and the total annihilation of Japan is Mothra, King Ghidorah, and Baragon, known as the "guardian monsters,"…


  • Jarrett

    ★★★ Watched by Jarrett 18 Mar, 2016

    It is amazing how effective it is making Godzilla more menacing brute simply by having him pupil-less. It's also been interesting seeing how in each of the newer movies Godzilla's atomic fire is that much more effective/devastating.

    That said, a little disappointed with this as it is Shusuke Kaneko directing, who made the excellent Heisei Gamera films, as it feels the production was rushing through probably two or three movies worth of material in less than two hours. We get…


  • TenshiMVP

    ★★★★★ Watched by TenshiMVP 12 Mar, 2016

    Those that have followed my journey with the Gojira films know how much I despise Mothra, so you can rightfully assume that I was not looking forward to Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack but…… HOLY SHIT THIS MOVIE BLEW MY FUCKING MIND! GMK is the Godzilla movie that I did not know I always wanted. It throws out the seriously tiring Godzilla formula and approaches a Godzilla movie as a supernatural horror/slasher film.

    The movie is…


  • CaptainQuint

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by CaptainQuint 09 Mar, 2016 1

    The story drifts away from the aliens and sci-fi horror of the previous 2, enters into myth and brings back some legendary foes. It builds tension by gradually introducing monsters that are popping up all across Japan. Most are not seen in full; with some we just see the after effects of people gone mad with fear. It’s a pretty effective set-up.

    It turns out these are guardian monsters who are filled with the spirits of suffering dead, and are…


  • Dragnipur

    ★★★½ Watched by Dragnipur 12 Feb, 2016

    More monsters, more fun! Best Godzilla I've seen till now. Many monsters, who strike together against the bad guy Godzilla on his way to destroy Tokio... again! Love the battles, but the title....


  • Dean

    ★★★★ Added by Dean

    Damn, what a title.


  • Bill Riggs

    ★★★½ Watched by Bill Riggs 19 Jan, 2016

    Baragon, Mothra and King Ghidora form the super team of the Guardian Monsters to thwart Gidzilla's destruction of Japan.


  • Jacob deNobel

    Watched by Jacob deNobel 08 Jan, 2016

    Maybe the best of all the Godzilla sequels. Definitely has the best visual style in the non-kaiju scenes. A lot of the sequels give lip service to Godzilla as a representation of different ideals, but none are as well executed as they are here, where he is embodied with the souls of those killed in WWII.


  • Chris

    Watched by Chris 04 Jan, 2016



    As far as the Millennium films go, I had only seen FINAL WARS before giving this one a shot. I can get into the over-the-top-ness of FINAL WARS. This one feels very sterile and kid targeted, more like the POWER RANGERS movie than what I expect from a Godzilla picture. The Heisei films (especially GODZILLA 1985 and BIOLLANTE) worked hard to create a naturalistic sense of scale with water, smoke and moist monster hides glistening in the moon…


  • DaRealSchmidt

    ★★★★ Added by DaRealSchmidt

    Insane title aside, this is definitely a highlight of the Millennium Series. In a film featuring multiple monsters, Godzilla is strangely the bad guy in his own movie. I understand he's been a villain in the past, but his role usually ranges anywhere from anti-hero to superhero and this movie turns that shit right on its head. It's because of this that Godzilla gets to whoop supreme ass. He has a bad attitude and takes no fucking prisoners. He even…


  • theranchhand

    ★★★½ Rewatched by theranchhand 03 Nov, 2015

    Watching Godzilla films are my fondest memories of being with my brother. He became an uber G-fan over the years and while my nostalgia was limited to a handful of books and some vintage vinyl toys, I still reconnect to my youth through these films. GMK was a later-day Godzilla film (I grew up on the Showa period like Smog Monster and Megalon) and so is in a period of a different Godzilla. And even though the filmmakers were trying…


  • Erich Girard

    ★★★★½ Added by Erich Girard

    Pure bad assery