Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack


Action / Adventure / Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65% · 17 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78% · 500 ratings
IMDb Rating 7.0/10 10 6988 7K

Top cast

Hiroyuki Watanabe as Yutaka Hirose
Kaho Minami as SDF Intelligence Capt. Kumi Emori
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969.21 MB
Japanese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
Seeds 14
1.94 GB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
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967.91 MB
Japanese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
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1.75 GB
Japanese 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnakesOnAnAfricanPlain 8 / 10

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)

Godzilla is a horrible little bastard in this movie. He is truly badass. For once, he has no redemption, to the point that previous alien controlled villains are now guardians of the earth. This film grabs the human element by taking a father and daughter as an army captain and a TV reporter. The effects here are just fantastic. All the puppets, suits, CGI looks great, and we get more Godzilla/Human interaction than ever. I loved the shot where Godzilla arrives and throws a boat into the air, only for it to fall straight down onto the camera again. We get some exceptional long takes of cityscapes. It's fascinating to see so many monsters beat each other in what looks like a real city. These Godzilla movies also have the confidence to just let it play out rather than making me sick with constant edits. With a subtitle of Giant Monsters All Out Attack, you know this is gonna be good. Just a shame that Mothra and Ghidorah were slightly out of character.

Reviewed by Aaron1375 9 / 10

On second thought this one is very good.

The first time I saw this movie was on the sci-fi channel and the movie had pieces cut from it and it was badly dubbed. I bought the DVD and watched it and it was a lot better than the sci-fi experience. First off the music is great when you listen to it in stereo, secondly the effects are really good for a Godzilla movie. My major complaint it seems was simply Godzilla's appearance in the movie. It is a major jolt when one is used to the Godzilla of the previous two movies, but on seeing it again it looks rather good, and very evil (still a bit two dumpy, but I got over this time). In this movie, Godzilla is on a rampage...a rampage where he isn't just stumbling through the city causing damage because of his size, but rather causing damage because he wants to kill the people of Japan and make them suffer. Many of his most deplorable acts were cut from the sci-fi version, but on DVD you get to see him cause lots of pain on purpose. Who can stop the rampaging Godzilla...well we have Mothra, Baragon, and King Gidorah, but quite frankly these monsters just can not stand up to the power of this evil super Godzilla. So the military also pitches in with their full arsenal. Very interesting characters abound in a reporter and her military dad and various other interesting people. All of them with one goal: To stop the onslaught of Godzilla.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 7 / 10

It all comes together

I've recently been catching up with the millennium-era GODZILLA films and so far this is the best I've seen. It's not perfect but it has a lot more visceral impact and power to it this time around, and the decision to make Godzilla himself a truly evil foe is something that appeals to me; I like the idea of him being guided by the souls of the Japanese war dead wanting revenge on the country, pretty controversial it has to be said. The special effects ramp up a gear here with great use of quality back projection and the like to make the city destruction more realistic than ever. The human plot isn't great but fairly watchable, and the presence of no less than three extra monsters - Baragon, Mothra and King Ghidorah - helps a lot for the entertainment value too. Plus you get to see Ghidorah as a good guy for the only time in his career, which surely counts for something.

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