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« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2009, 01:16:09 AM »

I remember seeing this when it had a brief theatrical run in the U.S. I was f*cking stoked! I grabbed some friends (who weren't keen on the idea of seeing the flick) and went in with huge expectations. In the end.... THEY had more fun watching it than I did. (Mainly because I was trying to sort out how it all went wrong while they poked fun at the flick.)

I watched it recently and though I liked it more than my first viewing, Godzilla 2000 is probably my least favorite Goji-flick. (Truthfully, if I had the choice, I would actually watch "Godzilla's Revenge" instead.) Then again, I wasn't a big fan of "Godzilla vs. Megaguirus" either......

The inclusion of CGI, well before it was "mastered," definitely hurts this flick, but not as much as the awful "flying nostril of destruction." I have the U.S. cut, but I would definitely like to give the Jap cut a go, as there are apparently a few differences.

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« Reply #16 on: February 26, 2009, 12:29:07 PM »

I love this film, the blue nose is ludicrous and incredibly fun to watch. Slogra was ok, just so bulky that it didn't feel like a real menace.

And... if Godzilla is inside every one of us, how come I can't shoot radioactive beams out of my mouth?
« Reply #17 on: February 28, 2009, 01:52:15 AM »

Much like any other foreign movies released to the united states, Godzilla 2000 has to be tampered with. Removing scenes and and switching things around, just like Jackie chan's hong kong films or Jet Li's hong kong films, they have to be cut and dubbed. And then the distributors when they release the movie on DVD don't add any bonus features like deleted scenes or the original soundtrack or voices to the film.
« Reply #18 on: March 03, 2009, 02:44:39 PM »

Bad Andrew!!!

I love this movie.  It's so campy and it totally embraces the Gflicks of the 70s.  I love the new suit, I think it's a great design, one of my favs.

However you didn't use the best line in the entire movie

"This missle will go through Godzilla like crap through a goose!"

I howled with laughter in the theater at that.

And it was such a treat to see a real G flick in the theater again....
« Reply #19 on: April 13, 2009, 03:08:53 PM »

Okay,nice and slow.

In the year 2000,the Y2K crisis has pasted,however underwater sonar's all over the world have detected a large moving radioactive object,now what do you suppose it could be?.

Shinoda,head of the Godzilla Prodiction Network decides to to go in a rather small boat to find out.

Now remember in 1995 Godzilla finally died!,so we know it can't be him,or,well in 1998 something that looked vaguely like Godzilla did attack New York.

I wish we'd have a Godzilla vs. Biollantie sight,it started with Godzilla cells and a scientist who's daughter was dieing,he took her cells and G-cells and made a monster rose bush,there might have been some G-cells blown to the four winds,I think we're about to find out it could be true.

If that wasn't enough,a new underwater harbor's being made in Tokyo Bay,while digging the ocean bottom,the crew strikes some hard object.

It's here we meet Katagiri,he is Japan and Japan is Katagiri!. He orders the thing to be brought up and much to our surprise,it's another ufo!,wow big surprise.

To make along story short,the foolish people take it to a glass highrise then enter it,what they discover is a highly advanced state of technology,no life,I guess the aliens died,but they find some sort of container with liquid.

If anyone remembers Ultraman episode Evil Repeated,you know by now you should never take an unknown liquid to the lab and shoot artificial lightening at it.

Back to the Godzilla search,Shinoda and his girl Yuki do indeed discover the large object is yet another Godzilla,reborn by radioactive G-cells.

Oh boy,this is going to get ugly!,with a capital U!,Godzilla finally makes himself known to the world once again and as always heads for Japan,why always Japan?,we finally learn the answer in Godzilla All Monsters Attack,so you'll have to wait until that sight is up and running here to finally find out the real answer to that question,the only thing we need to know now he's back and headed for a nuclear power plant to get stronger before destroying Tokyo again!.

For hither to unknown reasons Shinoda Yuki,and Shinodas daughter Io seem to have compassion and understanding for Godzilla,even though he's about to visit death and destruction on Japan once again,well as long as it's Japan that's.

When Katagiri learns of this,he has a fit!,and orders everthing short of nuclear weapons to be used against Godzilla,the battle's awesome but the results are the same!.

Still Katagiri's not giving up,everyone fights Godzilla till no one's left!,and nuclear plants are ordered shut down!.

Back at the ufo liquid deal,stupid scientists subject the liquid to artificial lightening,and as if Godzilla headed there way wasn't bad enough,a Godzilla 98 clone comes up through the roof and starts to lumber down the streets of Tokyo!.

On a bright sun shinny day what else could happen,the ufo's espoused to the sun and some how gets reactivated!. Look Out!,breaking glass is flying everywhere!,and so's the ufo.

At this point people are losing there minds,because Godzilla shows up.

Everything and anything and anyone for that matter that's in the way is destroyed and killed!.

Wow,what a day,that's turning into night!,obviously Godzilla saw Godzilla 98,I did too,is it any wonder he's more angry than usual!,meantime on board the ship we see computers that seem to be relaying information about everything going on,to what alien race we don't know,but a lucky shot from Godzillas tail causes it to crash and it's blown to smithereens!.

Then G-98 tries to eat Godzilla,oh nothing like a yucky gooey 98 clone to try to make a quick snack out of you!.

Godzilla does something to cause 98 to spit him out then he finishes it off and again really lights up the night!.

Now after all's said and done,we'd finally think Godzilla would leave in peace like Gamera always does,well.

Katagiri's amazed at how close they all are to Godzilla,he gives Big G that smug look as if to no matter what you think Japan is mine,and I'm Japan!,Godzilla rises his fist and by by Katagiri!.

Yuki thanks Godzilla for saving them from this awful double threat,and ask Shindoa why Godzilla acts the way he does,Shinoda explains,"Because there's a little bit of Godzilla in all of us"?.

I'd rather have a little Gamera in me myself because after a nice complement like that Godzilla turns around and proceeds to barbecue the other side of Tokyo!,then storms off!.

We are then treated to a still shot of Godzilla battling  G-98 and the spaceship with weird ending music and the credits.
« Reply #20 on: April 21, 2009, 01:14:35 PM »

You must be kidding. This is one of the most entertaining movies I ever went to see at the theater. There was me my buddy and a guy and girl couple in the other corner of the theater and that was IT. My buddy and I had the time of our lives doing an MST3K number on this flick.
It was belly splitting fun.
First off, the "godzilla" detector suv. I mean "come on folks" do you really need all of that to find a 300 foot radioactive lizard? How about a geiger counter and binoculars?
But it was funny. BounceGiggle
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That's unlikely.

« Reply #21 on: April 30, 2009, 07:19:05 PM »

I, quite proudly, own this movie. Having watched it several times, it still provides great amusement for me. I especially like the scene where Orga tries to EAT Godzilla. I could see Orga's demise coming from 2 miles away, however. No one gets away with eating Godzilla.

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« Reply #22 on: November 10, 2011, 01:59:21 AM »

So after like 20 some odd movies they finally found out that Godzilla can quickly regenerate his own body very f*cking duh. You've used every device, every alien, monster, robot in your power to kill him, and it can't be done. You JUST NOW take a piece of his flesh that fell and see the fast regenerating cells form. Wow, Japan. Keep your inventions and primary interests in anime, porn, wrestling, and nintendo. cause everything else isn't really your hobby.

Im gonna live a rockstar life. Money, b***hes, and fame. Because my mommy said I can do anything I put my mind to.
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