Chris55 wrote:It's a washing machine structure meant to inspire Japanese kids to wear clean clothes.
Varan Bon Ziller wrote:....What ever happened to the innocence of monster banging others brains out...
Godz wrote:Rody wrote:^ I don't even remember that scene.
Its a building that looks like its made out of silver boxes, with a weird silver cylinder on top. They get on either side and just smash it.
Space Hunter M wrote: It feels like nothing really happens in this film, just another boring week in the Toho universe.
Myself in another thread wrote:I used to watch that movie a lot when I was a kid, then it just sort of fell out of my standard rotation. I recently started watching it again, and I find that I still enjoy a lot of it. The goofy characters and absurd moments tend to bring a smile to my face, and since I was a bit down in the dumps tonight, that was exactly what I needed.
As far as the action goes, we all know Gigan's weaknesses. Still, even with all its flaws and stock footage, a lot of Nakano's new SFX footage (like the shots of Gigan amidst flaming wreckage in the dark) is actually damn impressive. It's really tragic that they didn't give that movie a larger budget, because it's easy to see the potential for more memorable monster carnage.
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Varan Bon Ziller wrote:Spiders. One of the few thongs that make me scream like a little girl.
Legionmaster wrote:starsteam wrote:Godzilla is the first fictional monster to get a star
As opposed to all the real life monsters who have stars?
skuzzy-punk-kid wrote:I enjoy it every now and then. Another plus in my book would be the fact that it has better clarity than Megalon; Gigan's metallic screech is heard with yet again better clarity.
Did I mention better clarity...?
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