Godzilla: Final Wars

Godzilla: Final Wars

Evil Space Aliens called the Xilians unleashes all the Earth's monsters to lay waste to most of the world's major cities, including Tokyo, New York, Sydney, Shanghai and Paris. It is up to Godzilla and the Earth Defense Force to vanquish the monsters and aliens to rescue the world in the ultimate "Save the Earth" battle.

Godzilla: Final Wars is a Japanese Science fiction Kaiju film directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. In Antarctica in the 1960s, Godzilla is locked in the ice after a battle with Gotengo original. Decades later, the environmental disaster causes the appearance of giant monsters and super humans, called "mutations", who are then recruited into the Earth Defense Force ( EDF) to fight the monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Godzilla: Final Wars torrent reviews

Kelly E (ca) wrote: Good acting? No ... It's actors trying to portray actual people and talk like actual people. Result - obvious acting that's hard to get past. Silly mugging and women saying hey I can screech too!This isn't eqalitu this is lowering the bar the be a decent human being. Pure crap.

Tamnna B (ca) wrote: Wasn't all that could've been much better.

Hannah D (es) wrote: I was enjoying the first half of this film immensely, but it trailed off in the end as I got a little bit bored when it got a bit too macho. The story about the gun held little interest for me. But I loved all the football clips, even if they were all of Manchester United!

Katrina L (fr) wrote: Mila loves it! <3

Emily S (us) wrote: Gritty, bizarre, emotional, religious, horrifying and beautiful. What more can you ask for? Well, maybe to do without the quasi-goth forest stills narrated by deep south preaching, but the cannibalism makes up for that.

L Lourdes P (es) wrote: This could have been a good film....but the acting!

LOL P (us) wrote: One of the best Star Wars Movies I have ever seen. Never in my life have I seen any Star Wars movie, especially a prequel, be this good.

Valerie S (it) wrote: beautiful. love that sisyphean dream sequence in the middle. so many metaphors.

tylor b (jp) wrote: HHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

James O (mx) wrote: Definitely a shock. With a title like "Blacula", I was expecting a few politically incorrect racial jokes and statements, along with a hip, jive-talking vampire. The tagline, "His Bite was Outtasite!" further added to my suspicions. Well, I'm here to say, no chance. What we get is a well-crafted, dramatic vampire story with the most pitiful cinema creature since Frankenstein, Prince Mamuwalde (AKA Blacula). There re lots of times where you genuinely feel bad for this guy, and times hwere you wonder, "Why do I like him? He's killed innocent people!" William Marshall plays Mamuwalde excellently. If they had changed the title of the film, I'll bet this would be one of celluloid's (considered) masterpieces by the general public.

Rick S (de) wrote: Overhyped by today's standards. The emotion drives the film. Yet I cannot help but think some actual dialogue would add to the film and the complexity of the characters rather then just leaving it with a one note feeling. For its time, probably an engaging film. For today, a remake wouldn't hurt.