XxComablack1937xX wrote:Since i just got all the VHS version's on this era of films, Clearly ''Godzilla 1985'' is the best... The dubbing is great, Godzilla looks actually like a Monster, the character's were pretty decent for a Godzilla film.. I don't see how anyone can say there ''dull'' considering most character's of the late 60's film's were complete shit. I agree the ''Score'' was FANTASTIC an really added a lot to the movie.
''Godzilla vs Biollante'' to me is actually 1 of the best ''VS'' movies of the series since the Original ''Godzilla vs Mothra''
The character's here are also once again quite decent for a Godzilla movie, an the score is once again pretty well done.. The only difference is the Visual's in this movie are more impressive then in ''Godzilla 1985''
Hm, while your opinion is your own I'll have to disagree. (IMHO) If anything, the characters in The Return of Godzilla are its biggest fault. For the most part, I see them as pretty uninteresting and the acting as largely mediocre. That's a serious issue in a film that relies on tension and an actual investment in the plot - as opposed to the more light-hearted, escapist films of the '60s (and even then the actors usually turned in solid performances, even if the characters never really developed. Character development in Godzilla films is a rarity, sadly). Because of the weak human element, I have problems feeling anything when I really need to. The dubbing is okay, and I'll agree that it's not as bad as the later Heisei and Millennium films (or even some of the Showa ones), but aside from Raymond Burr (who does the best with what he's given) I never really saw it as anything to write home about.
In the case of Biollante - the weak human element and the all-over-the-place story is largely what keeps it from being "one of the best VS movies", to me.