Gojira: Fainaru uôzu (2004)

 


 

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Gojira: Fainaru uôzu (2004)
   
Release Date: 4 December 2004 (Japan)
Country: Japan , Australia , USA , China
Director: Ryûhei Kitamura
Cast:
  • Masahiro Matsuoka
  • Rei Kikukawa
  • Kazuki Kitamura
  • Don Frye
  • Akira Takarada
  • Kane Kosugi
  • Maki Mizuno
  • Masami Nagasawa
  • Chihiro Ôtsuka
  • Kenji Sahara
  • Kumi Mizuno
  • Masakatsu Funaki
  • Masatô Ibu
  • Masanobu Takashima
  • Mick Preston


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33 Responses to Gojira: Fainaru uôzu (2004)

  1. ssj4vegeta83
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    I liked some of its moves but the skin texture felt off and it just looks….too much like plastic to me.

    As an Anguirus fan, I was irked. I wont even get into how poorly they treated the monsters in general(Remember when most of these guys spent the whole movie fighting Godzilla?)

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  2. tritongrad08
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    Name the worst Godzilla Villain ever.

  3. whitemule17
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    godzilla179 posted an article from Bloody Disgusting about a possible reboot. Well, it’s confirmed. Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. have acquired the rights from Toho Studios to bring back Godzilla.

    http://www.cinematical.com/2010/03/29/godzilla-roars-back-legendary-pi ctures-to-re-americanize-the/

    I am excited and a bit nervous at the same time.

    "Now let’s enjoy the main event: the last chapter in the Godzilla saga."

  4. Flo_Raiden
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    Now if only the Japanese decide to give America one more shot of their iconic Godzilla. If they were kind enough to forgive us for making a huge mistake for making that sh#t Godzilla ’98 movie then maybe there’s a chance.

    It would be a dream come true if we get a complete remake of Godzilla. Alot of things that they do not get right in a Godzilla movie is…the fear…the metaphors. Cloverfield was a monster that was a representation of an attack that NYC faced in 9/11 and the film made it look like it was an actual event or an entity. Godzilla was also a representation of a nuclear attack that Japan faced first hand so if Cloverfield was able to make an effective monster movie then surely they can pull that off with the Godzilla remake. Godzilla isn’t a giant lizard…he is the configuration of a countries worst nightmare, made in a metaphorical way, most monster movies now are just about some dumb monster that randomly attacks people! If they get they metaphor right they still need to work on the fear. Godzilla shouldn’t be exposed as often as he did in his previous movie, that’s what makes Godzilla less scary and impressive. What we need for a Godzilla remake is an extremely terrifying monster that would destroy anything in its way. With Cloverfield being just a scared infant who happens to be in NYC, Godzilla is an unknown demon who terrorizes Japan.

    One of the things that make Godzilla a classic was its political message and also its tragic horror that make Godzilla scary.

    If they do plan a remake I think it’s best they just make it a foreign movie produced by an american company.



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  5. godzilla179
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    http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/17061

    Apparently Legendary Pictures is looking to succeed where Tri-Star failed and will do an American Godzilla reboot. It’s just in the talking phase, but good news for G fans. Obviously since this is a different studio, it will have nothing in common with the 1998 mess.

    http://www.firstshowing.net/2009/08/13/rumor-legendary-pictures-develo ping-new-godzilla-movie/

    2012 WILL HAPPEN!!! (Right after 2011 happens)

  6. vash_stampede60
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    Here’s my list:

    10. Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster

    9. Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla

    8. Godzilla vs. Ghidrah

    7. Gozilla vs. Gigan

    6. Gojira/Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    5. GMK

    4. Godzilla: Final Wars

    3. Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (I almost cried at the end of this one.)

    2. Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

    1. Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla

    ________

    I was Frozen TODAY!

  7. sTUpiFY308
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    Mine’s definitely Megalon.

    It’s not pink! It’s lightish red!

  8. Chiscokid88-1
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    Is this the final Godzilla movie? They won’t be making anymore Godzilla movies in the near future?

  9. AsianFilmGurus
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    That’s the only way to destroy Godzilla. And that was the only way U.S.A saved the World from Japan.

  10. dinoman200-1
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    Does anyone else agree? To me it just seemed wrong that Mechagodzilla wasn’t in it. He’s one of Godzilla’s strongest foes. I think they’re could have a nice fight scene in this movie between Godzilla ans his mechanized double. I also think they should have put Titansaurus in this. We haven’t seen him since the end of Terror of Mechagodzilla in ’74 and he just walks into the ocean at the end. What happened to him?

    "No time for love Dr. Jones." Clerks

  11. metal_head1216
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    Which movie was it where Godzilla teamed up with Mothra to fight a big, ugly @$$ black moth monster that was webbing up the entire city?

    No Sparkling Wiggles here!

  12. metal_head1216
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    A giant Chuck Norris.

    No Sparkling Wiggles here!

  13. boinnng
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    I was wondering if anyone could give me a list of ALL of the GODZILLA movies (in order). I know that i could look them up on imdb, but I know GODZILLA is NOT necessarily part of the title of all of the films (i.e. DESTROY ALL MONSTERS). Could you also tell me the correct year…and do any of the later GODZILLAS explain the 1999 American atrocity that tried to pass itself off as GODZILLA? I’m sorry I’m so clueless. I just learned to appreciate the mammoth green one and want to get caught up!

    THANKS!

  14. vanglak
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    one guy speaks english, then this guy replies back in japanese. and theres only subtitles for the japanese part. thats stupid. i feel so disconnected when they do that. kitamura shouldve kept english out of this.

  15. ganstaman56
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    they are still using pathetic little people in costumes! instead of cgi! at least the american version looked real! hell even in the days of the old ones the effects were cheap! King Kong’s effects were realistic stop motion. Godzilla had pathetic little toy tanks firing at a guy in a lizard suit.

  16. mountainlionpro
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    How many of you guys think that their movies with godzilla as the star, look better with their pratical effects except the fire power godzilla obtains. In Final wars the visual FX looks like something from a screen saver on a computer.

    My point is that i just like it better when it’s pratical.

    The Final Disaster

    2008

  17. UltraOK
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    If only Kitamura had had the good sense to keep the human action scenes to a minimum and focus more on the monsters, this would have been a big hit. Over half of this film is devoted to kung fu, shoot outs, and bike chases, and we’ve seen all that done before- and MUCH better- in Hollywood films. People wanted to see G:FW for the monsters, not a cheap combination of X Men, The Matrix, and Independence Day. However, this is still the second best in the Millennium series, after GMK, which wasn’t much better.

    There are some good touches in this film, however. Kitamura has a keen eye for stylish cinematography and editing, which is something that cannot be said of any director of the Millennium series. Also, his monster battle scenes are done with panache, and Godzilla himself was very feral and animated. The movie has a good sense of humor and Godzilla’s last appearance is classic. Unfortuantely, the idiotic human action sequences really drag it down.

    Also, can anyone explain why almost all of the Millennium films are ranked higher than the Heisei films on IMDB? Does anyone seriously believe the Millennium films are superior?

    "Stop eating my sesame cake."

  18. Eclipse61985
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    Hi all.I’m a fan of Godzilla and I’ve always wished they came up with an animated series based on him and the other original monsters.I was sort of thinking like a good monsters vs bad monsters type thing.Anyway, here were my choices of voice actors of who should voice who:

    Good Monsters:

    Godzilla-Clancy Brown

    Rodan-Rino Romano

    Mothra-Olivia D’Abo

    Anguirus-Brad Garrett

    Varan-Will Freidle

    Baragon-Charlie Adler

    Bad Monsters:

    Megalon-Jim Cummings

    Gigan-Rob Paulsen

    Space Godzilla-Keith David

    Orga-Kevin Michael Richardson

    Biollante-Barbara Goodson

    Krystalak-Mark Hamill

    Megaguirus-Cree Summer

    Obsidius-Frank Welker

    Destroyah-Tim Curry

  19. dingohyenawolfycubdomint
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    Yes when?

    GODZILLA IS GREAT!! GOD IS GREAT!!

  20. vash_stampede60
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    From the Showa era…I really didn’t care for the Godzilla suits in this era. Don’t get me wrong, these were good movies, but for me the suits left something to be desired. Still, I suppose it was the best for their time. I’m going to have to say the original suit. It was before they had made it kid friendly and he looked pretty cool in black and white.

    Heisei era:

    Burning Godzilla–most of the Heisei ones look about the same to me, but I love the look of Burning Godzilla from Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. The transluscent red looks good on him and the face is pretty cool.

    Second would have to be Godzilla jr. from that same movie. Nice fierce look of the adult one, but a bit less plating.

    Millennium era

    This to me was the epitome of cool for the Godzilla suit design. It’s hard to pick. I really liked the GMK suit. The eyes put me off a little, but I like the fact that his head looks like that of an actual dinosaur.

    I also like the G2K suit. Mostly because of the plating. They looked like he could impale someone one them. The purple was a decent contrast, too.

    ________

    I was Frozen TODAY!

  21. newwavechuck
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    Was that supposed to be the Godzilla from the lousy american 90’s film, getting his ass kicked in Godzilla: Final Wars? If so, a great statement. My only wish is that Godzilla would have stomped Matthew Broderick for being in that horrible remake. Then he should have proceeded to stomp all the sappy Matrix wannabees at the end of the film. Rubber suited monsters forever!!

  22. SgtKabukiManNYPD
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    Any ideas? Or suggestions?

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  23. dinoman200-1
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    I was just wondering what monsters you think should have been in this movie or shouldn’t have been in this movie.

    Should have been in:

    1. Mechagodzilla

    2. Titanosuarus

    3. Spacegodzilla

    4. Baragon

    5. Gorosaurus

    6. Battra

    Shouldn’t have been in:

    1. Minilla

    2. Manda (to small of a part. He should have been left out)

    3. Mothra (Again to small of a part)

    4. Hedorah (barely even in it anyway)

  24. Pro Jury
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    Must give credit to the Godzilla producers for so respectfully presenting such a consistant alternative moster-filled world over the decades.

    This movie was like a visit home after 30-40 years, and home is still just like we remember it.

    Comfortable. Welcoming. Most charished.

  25. dinoman200-1
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    I know this is a little off topic, but I was thinking about this the other day. I was thinking if another official Godzilla movie is made who would Godzilla’s foe be? I came up with a cuttlefish. I have no name for it, but I think that would offer some good fight scenes. With the cuttlefish changing color and blending in perfectly it could give Godzilla a pretty good fight. I know it sound similar to the giant octopus in King Kong vs. Godzilla, but the cuttlefish would be cool to see. It could even try to hypnotize Godzilla with it’s colors changing and pulsating. Anyway I was just wondering what other people thought and if you’ve ever thought of your own Godzilla monster what is it?

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  26. ThunderGore
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    Was watching a very entertaining godzilla movie on TV today, and didn’t know which one it was. I flipped to the guide screen, and it said "godzilla: final wars".

    But I come here, and this looks to be a different movie. The one I saw was fairly new as well though, had godzilla rise out of the water as usual, had the military building mechagodzilla, had a child and his uncle bring forth mothra, as well as 2 caterpillars. There were also 2 women dressed in red who knew all about the creatures, and it ended with mecha-G dragging gojira down into the Japan trench after the caterpillars covered him in silk or something.

    Which one did I see? Because as far as I could tell, it was all set in Japan, and is definitely NOT final wars. So anyone know? I would greatly appreciate, as I want to track the CORRECT movie down… thanks in advance

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  27. DeathoNacrackeR
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    Should have fought Godzilla. it looked so powerful and menacing! im sure it helps protect his face from punches, no doubt about it.

    rumor has it that it was complete CGI. is this true? if so, well done!!!!

    Godzilla:Final war: 5/10

    Don Fry’s Mustache: 12/10

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  28. The_Keeper_of_Angela_Baker
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    Since Kyle Cooper and Keith Emerson epic failed the film, I decided to redo the opening and end titles sequences myself:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGatlodiBjA

    and

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHZ8un4fQDs&feature=related

    You can be the judge.

  29. T-eschberger
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    Hey all! Im trying to re-discover Godzilla after oh so many years. I had seen numerous Godzilla flicks as a kid but barely remember them. Sadly, the one I remember most is the atrocious Godzilla’s Revenge.

    I recently re-watched the orginal Gojira, Godzilla Vs. Destroyer, Godzilla Vs. Space Godzilla and Godzilla Final Wars. I loved them all, even the much criticized GvSG.

    What Im asking is what are the most ENTERTAING G-films? The ones with the coolest and best monster action? I dont care what series its part of or what continuity its in. I just want a general list of what fans consider the most entertaining of the series.

  30. kill-the-jonas-brothers
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  31. bezit
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    The fighting scenes looks even better too.

  32. Anonymous
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  33. GojiraMireniamu
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