Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla

Great monster fight sequences are a highlight of the 14th Godzilla film. Aliens armed with a mechanical Godzilla intend to take over the planet. The earthlings summon the legendary King Seesar to assist Godzilla in the battle to defend earth.

Apelike aliens build a robotic Godzilla to destroy Japan, and the true Godzilla may not be powerful enough to destroy it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla torrent reviews

Nathan P (it) wrote: Can you please put this on dvd?

Vanessa D (kr) wrote: It was good but that one guy I just wanted to slap so hard. He was soooo annoying & acted like he knew everything. He got pushed/kicked out of the SCA because of how cocky he was.

Brian S (ru) wrote: A good movie, even though torture movies are not my favorite type of film. A lot of bloodshed and disturbing torture and a few twists we weren't expecting. The acting is really good and the special gore effects aren't bad at all. If you are a fan of gory, disturbing torture scenes then i recommend Hostel.

bex r (mx) wrote: love this film only down point was blok out estenders but rest was good love it

Codie E (es) wrote: I like this far more than i think i should. But for the 94mins that it's on it doesn't slow down one bit and needs to be congratulated for the editing and perfect balance between movement and involving conversations that really capture the exciting setting. A really good ensemble performance too.

Barry J (kr) wrote: Fantastic script and performance by the under rate Bill Pullman

Maria M (kr) wrote: Es una pelicula muy hermosa, para amantes al cine, no para todo el mundo. Una ultima escena preciosa y retrata de una manera brillante la relacion del director con sus actores y con su crew. Sinembargo para el publico en general puede resultar un poco lenta.

Oliver S (au) wrote: Dentist ouch! Otherwise nothing special.

Harry E (it) wrote: The act of following, with the wordless communication between the two people involved, has so many delicate nuances. This movie contains those nuances. That's what it should be viewed for. That and Topol, who's always a joy to watch. The thing is, filmmaking-wise, it's far from Carol Reed's best. The filmmaking style at times feels mediocre. But it just has all that feeling below the surface - it's not so much cinematically expressed as it is purely felt. John Barry's haunting, lovely score helps bring out the full range of that feeling, which is the movie's best quality.

Thomas B (au) wrote: Great cast! However, the movie is very boring and lacks direction. This movie manages to go no where, despite the unbelievably talented cast!

David S (jp) wrote: Deke O'Malley was soooo cool in this flick. Redd Foxx provides the humor as Raymond St.Jacques and Godfrey Cambridge take crap off no one. I first watched this film at age 13. There is NO SUCH THING as a 'blaxploitation' movie!!