Godzilla 2000 wrote:tl;dr is just l33tsp34k for "you talk too damn much."
I wrote:skreeonk the Dave the isn't footings happen
bananaoil wrote:JVM wrote:Doesn't this movie already have like four threads?
It's that good!
JVM wrote:bananaoil wrote:JVM wrote:Doesn't this movie already have like four threads?
It's that good!
I should probably raise it on my movies to watch list then.
Tambyln is much better when he's dubbed in Japanese. He doesn't seem nearly as bored. Also the generic military theme added to the Saperstein version is repetitive as HELL, and gets really obnoxious after a while. The dubbing isn't as strong as it is for MONSTER ZERO, which was also dubbed at Glen Glenn Sound.
Guardian7 wrote:I also found the human aspect of the story rather dull. It did tend to drag a bit during those scenes.
The movie opening is one of my all time favorite scenes.
The Daidako attack was a lot of fun and it looked full of menace.
Gaira's entrance into the film here is very cool, I loved battle with Daidako and especially his chasing the sailors through the water.
Creepiest scene in any Kaiju film is the one where the fishermen are pulling up their net and Gaira is looking up at them from that blurry underwater shifting scene. He looks terrifying.
Gaira was simply a sinister monster all around.
Sanda was fun. I enjoyed the other end of the coin thing with him.
It was very Yin & Yang with these two.
Intro of the Maser Cannons is of course a highlight! Not only that, the Masers seriously messed up Gaira which was a bit of fresh air.
I never really looked at the ending as rushed. But now that someone mentioned it. It does seem rather sudden.
Still it looked awesome!
Kinda poor human elements. Though the film more than makes up for that in other aspects.
Chris55 wrote:How could you forget to mention this!?
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