Terror of Mechagodzilla
In the 15th and final film of the original series, Godzilla comes to the rescue when an alien race rebuilds Mechagodzilla to destroy Earth's cities. A traitorous scientist gives them a second weapon: Titanosaurus. Godzilla would be absent from the screen for 9 years following this film, and the series would be rebooted with 1984's much darker "Gojira".
- Stars:Katsuhiko Sasaki, Tomoko Ai, Akihiko Hirata, Katsumasa Uchida, Gorô Mutsumi, Tadao Nakamaru, Shin Roppongi, Yasuko Agawa, Tôru Ibuki, Kenji Sahara, Kotaro Tomita, Ikio Sawamura, Masaaki Daimon, Yoshio Kirishima, Kazuo Suzuki,
- Director:Ishirô Honda,
- Writer:Yukiko Takayama (screenplay), Yukiko Takayama (story)
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(es) wrote: This movie is flat out terrible!!! I can't believe I wasted almost two hours of my life ...
(ru) wrote: This isn't a horrible movie; it just didn't deliver much as a whole. If you go into it ready for a dialogue driven political drama then you will not be disappointed, but just know that it does get a bit convoluted at times. Fans of Chow Yun-Fat will want to give it a view as he is the best part of this whole film.
(kr) wrote: good little flick would be great to know a little more about the formation after this point and I didn't see Ringo Starr at all lol.
(br) wrote: Okay so reviewing this film from memory yesterday made me want to watch it, which today I have done. And honestly I forgot how much fun some of the gore is here. I think I undersold Laid to Rest a little. It's still not amazing, and I more or less stand by what I said about it being paradoxically good and bad, but this most recent re-watch might be the one that finally gets me to watch the sequel.
(ru) wrote: An ok documentary that does just an ok job talking about environmental problems. I have watched a couple of these lately, an so far The Unforeseen is by far the weakest one, and aside from having Robert Redfords name attached to it, overall it is is pretty underwhealming, plus some texans seem incredibly stupid.
(kr) wrote: it's more brutal and scarier then its predecessor and include some awesomeness by Tobin Bell. But its wooden acting and dumb script make it just another run of the mill horror film.
(kr) wrote: Great history of punk rock from its roots to the present. The only problem, with all punk documentaries and books, it blows over the '80's and gets to Nirvana as if nothing good was happening except Black Flag.
(gb) wrote: good movie, very well acted
(au) wrote: Always loved? this movie!
(ca) wrote: The worst Clint Eastwood film I've ever seen (and there aren't many left that I haven't watched yet). I thought w/him and Burt Reynolds, two good actors, that this would be awesome, but it seemed rather uninspired and save a few decent fight/gun scenes and one or two entertaining slapstick moments, it's rather forgettable.
(es) wrote: Potentially the best movie ever made for mothers and daughters
(kr) wrote: I did not mind The Seven-Ups. The Seven-Ups has a gritty storyline about an elite police team, which plays buy their own rules. Seven years and up is what Roy Scheider's elite team has in store for criminals. A 1970's action film which had the gun-fights and car chases. Seven-Ups strong points are: The car chase scene is the most memorable part of the movie. The gunfight between Scheider and Lynch is the second most memorable moment of the movie. Bianaco's acting performance with Scheider creates a realistic feel for the movie. I don't mind The Seven-Ups. A cheesy film with memorable moments. I feel generous and give The Seven-Ups three stars.
(br) wrote: god, this movie is awesome.