Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

Time travelers from the 23rd century return to 1992 to warn Japan that Godzilla will cause a catastrophic nuclear incident in the 21st century and suggest a way to rid the world of him forever. They intend to go back to 1944, to Ragos Island, where a dinosaur was exposed to radiation from the Bikini H-Bomb test and became Godzilla. Upon completion of this task, King Gidorâ appears in 1992 and the visitors' true plan is discovered. They wish to destroy Japan so it will not become the dominant economic force. Luckily for the Japanese, Godzilla was still created and will now fight Gidorâ.

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Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah torrent reviews

Sarah B (ru) wrote: I feel like this documentary is walking on thin ice with its political context, but I still believe it is a worthwhile adventure into the action group that saved millions when no one else would.

Jim N (us) wrote: wow- really bad - was this made by a high school class in one take??

Risa C (es) wrote: cute movie about a father and his daughter. but i hated the fact that they put the naked brothers band in this movie, i do not like them! and the relationship between the owner of the camp and the stuffed bear was really creepy!!!!!!!!im glad that the wasps and killer bees finally made up and that they both won the competition.

Monica M (ca) wrote: a good story line but thriller scary fav character was threetoe

Derek B (us) wrote: The thoroughly unhappy owner of a sock factory decides he must prove to his brother that he is getting over some setbacks by pretending to have married the woman who more or less keeps his business afloat singlehandedly. She willingly assents and goes to extreme lengths to make the whole sham plausible.... with precious little gratitude shown. The first Uruguayan film I've seen, so far as I remember. The extremely boring first few minutes take some perseverance, but are proved to be essential to the film's structure later on. This is no classic, but it has some nice moments and a few very funny scenes, the exchange of gifts between the brothers is great. Worth a look. The title, by the way, stems from the fact that people in Uruguay seemingly say "whisky" when posing for a photograph (rather than "cheese" for example). I could be wrong but I don't think the factory owner smiles at all except when posing for photos. Do you know the Father Ted episode where the very boring and depressing Father comes to stay with Ted and Dougal for his summer holiday? If so, then multiply that several times and that is how depressed and antisocial the factory owner is. And yet... in the end he redeems things.

Rebecca S (ag) wrote: A great, fun, quirky movie. Malcolm McDowell is incomparably wonderful. Alyssa Milano is pretty much the cutest thing ever.

Jennifer G (fr) wrote: I really like K. Costner's character and personality.

Jarrett M (ag) wrote: While being pretty much the same thing as the previous films, just this time set in an apartment building, this outting in the Critters franchise is plagued with bad writing, mediocre acting, unlikeable characters, purile humour and a wealth of cliches. It is somewhat interesting to see Leonardo DiCaprio early in his career, but that is about all here that is interesting. It feels like everyone here is just going through the motions to make a hlaf assed movie. Recommended for those who are completists and want to see all them films of the series and for those who enjoy less-than-quality films.

Scott C (br) wrote: Terrific FX for its day, but something was missing.

Andy L (ag) wrote: I'll never forget the first half hour of the TOWC. This is because it was so dull, it's etched itself onto my brain. Perhaps the following 2 and a half hours were outstanding, but in my experience, I doubt it. Get yourself a can of paint and watch it dry. You'll have more fun.

Zoran S (it) wrote: Perhaps I'm overrating it a bit but Cassavetes is really good in it and Siegel makes the most of the tiny budget and limited sets.

Ashley H (jp) wrote: Rage at Dawn is a decent film. It is about a special agent from Chicago is sent out west to bring in the notorious Reno brothers. Randolph Scott and Forrest Tucker give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Tim Whelan did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the adventure.

Eric J (jp) wrote: I know it's cheesy as all hell, but i like it! Full of corny one-liners.

Kyle S (ag) wrote: Started off really interesting and original, until the stupid plot twist.

Aditya M (gb) wrote: Jim Carrey once again proves how good an actor he can be with the right material. 'I Love You Philip Morris' is a whirl of a film, overlaying trademark Carrey shenanigans on a strong dramatic core. Extra points to Ewan McGregor for a fabulous supporting performance.

Louise B (jp) wrote: Love this installment of the Sherlock Holmes with Rathbone and Bruce. The story is great and you have no idea where the twists and turns are going to take you! I love it when disguises are involved in the Holmes movies because they really do a great job with them. Maybe it's just the black and white but I can almost never tell it's the same person! This is to me the darkest and saddest of the Holmes films I've seen. There are more deaths than most and the sad aspect of the daughter of the inn keeper being murdered and him getting revenge. This was also a better developed plot than most others. All in all it was one of my favorites! :)