• GoodBadAndOdd

    ★★★½ Watched by GoodBadAndOdd 09 May, 2015

    Ignoring the quite poor lip synching and translation (but decent enough voice work), the movie is pretty decent and doesn't take as long as some to get to the action. Rather fun and more spectacular than many of the Godzilla series, this one has Godzilla taking out individuals in almost comical moments as well as razing entire districts. I also really liked the Ghidorah design in this - so much like what you'd consider an Eastern dragon design that is usual with this.



  • Ernst_Bitterman

    ★★★★½ Added by Ernst_Bitterman

    A rather out-of-canon entry, but one that I love deeply. I find myself wondering if this film is a direct response to the resurgent Gamera; if the turtle is going to be a guardian and friend, why don't we return Godzilla to the role of implacable enemy? The human sequences are better than average for this sort of movie, too.


  • Chabe

    ★★★★½ Watched by Chabe 20 Mar, 2015

    Not only did it have 3 monsters in the film, but it also human story that was pretty descent. Cool fight scenes and of course a bad ass Godzi. One of the best Godzilla movies done in a while imo.


  • Michael Thompson

    ★★★ Rewatched by Michael Thompson 27 Dec, 2014

    This just is not the brutal, dark monster film I always thought it was as a kid. It's still got some of that stuff, and it's great, but it suffers from a slower burn than most Godzilla films and frankly other than King Ghidorah, I didn't find the enemy monsters that interesting. It's a great, fresh take on the character of Godzilla, though, and does feature some incredible kaiju violence. Very much worth the watch.


  • Roebucan

    ★★★★½ Watched by Roebucan 03 Feb, 2015

    A completely fresh take on the Godzilla mythos that really pays off. The characters are awesome, the special effects are superb, and the idea's really work. The idea of "Guardian" monsters, and taking a more mythological view of Godzilla shifts the focus creating for some new experimentation. Be on the lookout for cameos by many actors/actresses from the Heisei Gamera films as this director worked on Gamera 3.


  • Caleb McCandless

    ★★½ Watched by Caleb McCandless 01 Jan, 2015

    The effects here are quite good, and the idea to bring Godzilla back to looking like a classic monster is great, but those dead, white eyes just kill any sense of wonder.


  • Dorian Rodríguez

    ★★★½ Added by Dorian Rodríguez

    This felt so fresh, and the cgi was done right.


  • Teenagecaveman

    ★★★★ Added by Teenagecaveman

    The best Godzilla film.


  • Cinematic Justice

    ★★★ Watched by Cinematic Justice 15 Sep, 2014

    Weird feelings about this one. Toho decided to go back to its roots by bringing in Godzilla’s two most frequent co-stars, but with a twist. Instead of Godzilla and Mothra teaming up to fight an evil King Ghidorah, as usually happens when these three meet up, Godzilla was the antagonist of this film while King Ghidorah was recast as one of the legendary “Guardian Monsters” along with Mothra and Baragon (whose role was much more marginal). Director Shūsuke Kaneko also…


  • wormwould

    ★★★★ Watched by wormwould 21 Dec, 2014

    A lot of movies in this franchise got a way with a lot simply because it was Godzilla (which is actually perfectly acceptable to me, to be honest). But this one earnestly confronts many of those problems. The good ol' embodiment of WMD warfare himself comes to us as a mean son-of-a-bitch to burn humanity to the ground, and we are responsible for all that angry power. His blank eyes are singularly are singularly fixated on destruction. But alas... "He's…


  • BVeldboom

    ★★½ Watched by BVeldboom 18 Dec, 2014

    After lying dormant for nearly 50 years, Godzilla returns once more to torment Japan, only to find it protected by three Guardian Spirits.

    Released during the franchise's Millenium period, All-Out Attack strips the series down to its most basic tenets, throwing out all other Godzilla movies except the 1954 original, which it references heavily.

    After surviving the monster's original rampage, Japan has moved on into a golden age, with many of its citizens beginning to doubt the creature's existence.



  • Joey

    ★★★★ Added by Joey

    Of the fighting kaiju movie, this one is easily my favorite. A relatively modern take on the material (and special FX) that casts the big G as the badguy. It's the Avengers of giant monster movies.