The best parts of the worst movies

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Re: The best parts of the worst movies

Postby Gojira1963 » Sat Oct 20, 2012 10:35 am

eabaker wrote:Even the worst of kaiju movies certainly have some moments that shine, right? (Granted, I can't think of one for Final Wars, but maybe somebody else can...)

The first example that leaps to my mind is the dam destruction sequence in Godzlla vs. Megalon. In a movie where the spfx sequences bounce mostly between awkwardly placed stock footage and new footage which cannot hide its low budget and rushed production, Megalon's attack on the dam stands out as one of the more effective bits of monster destruction in its era.


Your examples are the best that come to my mind. Although the fight between Godzilla, Jet Jaguar, Megalon and Gigan is cheesy fun those other scenes are pretty cool.
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Re: The best parts of the worst movies

Postby natevirus » Thu Oct 25, 2012 9:28 pm

Cimmerian Dragon wrote:In FW, I really like the kamikaze attack Mothra pulls on Gigan while she's engulfed in flames.

Somehow, made me think of Mothra having a "Phoenix" form or something...she does seem to be reborn through her offspring whenever she dies.
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Re: The best parts of the worst movies

Postby JVM » Fri Oct 26, 2012 3:42 pm

Almost all of the initial destruction scenes in GFW were fantastic - better than the actual fights for sure.
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Re: The best parts of the worst movies

Postby edgaguirus » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:02 pm

From ROM2, the underwater battle.
Kaiju are just like people- giant, radioactive people.

Megalon went into a bar and saw Gigan. Megalon said, " Again? I thought you gave this up."
" What can I say," Gigan asked. " I'm hooked."


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