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  • Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
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  • The twentieth Godzilla film and the fifth in the Heisei series. Continuing on borrowing familiar monster streak, Toho decided to choose MechaGodzilla. Instead of being made by aliens, it was an earth creation retroengeneered from Mecha-King Ghidorah. Rodan also returns, as does the concept of Godzilla having a son. Godzilla was originally supposed to die in this film, but that was changed. The film had a strong box office reception. While story flaws were noted, the film, and its soundtrack specificially, are well reviewed.
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Previous
  • Godzilla vs. Mothra
Music By
Edited by
  • Michiko Ikeda
Cinematography by
  • Yoshinori Sekiguchi
Name
  • Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
runningtime
  • 6480.0
  • 6360.0
designs
distributedby
  • Toho Company Ltd.
MusicBy
boxoffice
  • 1.87E9
Written By
  • Wataru Mimura
ProducedBy
foreigntitle
  • Gojira buiesu Mekagojira
DirectedBy
Produced by
Color
  • #919191
Special Effects by
  • Koichi Kawakita, Kenji Suzuki
Directed By
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  • #000000
Rating
  • PG
Budget
  • 1.0E9
Assistant Directing by
Production Design by
  • Ken Sakai
abstract
  • The twentieth Godzilla film and the fifth in the Heisei series. Continuing on borrowing familiar monster streak, Toho decided to choose MechaGodzilla. Instead of being made by aliens, it was an earth creation retroengeneered from Mecha-King Ghidorah. Rodan also returns, as does the concept of Godzilla having a son. Godzilla was originally supposed to die in this film, but that was changed. The film had a strong box office reception. While story flaws were noted, the film, and its soundtrack specificially, are well reviewed. In order to defeat Godzilla once and for all, the UNGCC (United Nations Godzilla Countermeasure Center) analyses the Futurians technology from Mecha-King Ghidorah in order to build MechaGodzilla. Meanwhile, scientists investigate Adona Island and discover a enormous egg. They flee with the egg when Rodan attacks, only to be mortally wounded by Godzilla. The egg hatches into BabyGodzilla, a plant-eating Godzillasaur that's completely benign to humans. But Godzilla senses him and lays destruction as he makes a beeline toward him. MechaGodzilla is deployed and after an initial one-sided match, Godzilla bests him. The scientists manage to hide BabyGodzilla from Godzilla's senses, though, so the King of the Monsters retreats. As MechaGodzilla is repaired and modified to combine with the rejected Garuda machine, the study of BabyGodzilla yields to a discovery that could finish Godzilla once and for all. But when Rodan revives and plans to get back his half-brother, what would our heroes do? And can MechaGodzilla kill Godzilla when an unlikely ally comes to his rescue...