Godzilla vs. Gigan

Godzilla vs. Gigan

Godzilla's 12th film. After a accepting a job at a monster-themed park, a man learns his new employers are actually aliens who plan to use Ghidorah and Gigan to destroy earth. Godzilla and Anguirus must battle them to defend earth.

A man begins to suspect that something is wrong about his employers; meanwhile, Godzilla and Anguirus are alerted to something strange going on. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Godzilla vs. Gigan torrent reviews

Layne P (kr) wrote: I thought it was extremely interesting. I am very sexually open but the mattress room seems like a bit much. This is a cautionary tale of living in a state of id. Larry was a charismatic guy who never felt love.

Danneka S (us) wrote: nt as gd as first one

faust s (kr) wrote: It is compelling alright, and down straight perfection. Exquisite acting, script, directing, such a magnificent creation... harsh and intense, gripping with lust and greed, just the way as it should be. The vivid undertones of passion between the two all - encompassingly is mirrored in remarkable quality.

Tim R (it) wrote: Favorite Kurt Russell movie!

Nicki M (jp) wrote: Frigging awful, but I loved it. Vanilla can't act (at all) and his lines are cringe-able, but like a car crash, you can't quite turn away, and his character does have a bratty charm to him. He sings 3 songs in this, so it is padded out with music. Depending on how you feel about Vanilla Ice and his music, that's either a good or bad thing. For me, good, I kind of liked it back in the day. So you have that 90's music video feel to it, atrocious 90's fashions and a rebel gets the good girl storyline all in what is widely regarded as one of the worst movies ever made. I don't think it's a worst movie by a long shot. Yes, Kristen Minter is the only one who can act, and I'm not entirely sure if Vanilla is in on that joke, or he really *does* think he is that cool, but it's engaging, amusing and pretty well filmed. I downloaded this in hd on iTunes and it looks pretty great for its age. The scenes of Vanilla and Kat getting to know each other are quite sweet. Initially I didn't buy the attraction, but as it went on, I warmed to Kat and I could see how they actually were a good match. Things get a little messy in the kidnapping sub plot. That kid can't act who plays the brother. Wow. Still, it's that kind of movie, so I can't hate on him either. Overall, highly recommended to bad movie or 90's fans. It won't be for everyone, but if you fall into one of those categories, you will probably find something in this movie to enjoy.

Danny M (ca) wrote: One of my fave comedies & a perfect Sunday evening movie!

D M (es) wrote: Not as good as its predecessor, King Solomon's Mines, but it will give you your Indiana Jones fix. Allan Quatermain is reluctantly planning on leaving Africa in order to go to America and marry Sharon Stone. He learns of his brother's disappearance in deepest darkest Africa, so he postpones his marriage in order to search for his bro with the help of James Earl Jones. Good chases and like its predecessor, a very unapologetic look at the nastiness that is Africa.

David D (es) wrote: A grim sort of thriller that can be hard to follow. Shifts between time frames (present/past) make for confusing storytelling but strong acting performances carried the story forward and kept me interested. When the story finally comes together it makes sense and proves to be a reasonably effective story.

Joel A (fr) wrote: An intense but thrilling portrayal of local scot Renton (Ewan McGregor) & his desperate attempt to get off Heroin. He seems to be able to shake it for a season but his friends keep roping him in.Filled with many unforgettable scenes & such clever & realistic dialogue. But it is truly Robert Carlyle who steals the show as Renton's most violent & potent friend who doesn't touch the needle since the drug of violence is enough for him.This is a heavy watch but it's wildly entertaining & is a real journey on screen, not for the faint hearted but an incredible film.