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Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Daiakaiju Sokogeki (2002)
Movie Review by The Undertaker

Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Daiakaiju Sokogeki (2002) Ahh haa...I fooled you. It's GMK: All Out Monster Attack in Japanese. The newest big 'G' film is surprisingly good considering the two that preceded it. I feel a lot of that has to do with director Shusuke Kaneko who worked on the new Gamera films, which are some of the best giant monster movies ever. I hate to admit it, but the new Gamera's even rivaled my beloved Heisei era Godzilla's. His vision on this new film moves the story into uncharted waters, breaking from the older mythos before it. It has a great deal of supernatural elements, magic, and fantasy like none before in Godzilla's realm. Godzilla has really gone back to its roots here though also by becoming a monster again, destroying and killing with a fury. Like in the last Gamera film, we see the deaths a bit more vivid here. People die in GMK on par with a disaster film of the seventies. That's how it should be, right? Nothing that big and powerful is going to leave a nice little clean path across Japan. The big thing I dug here is the amount of monsters and action. You'll see a bunch, even old Baragon rears his ugly little head for an ass whooping by Godzilla. The FX looked incredible, as did Godzilla's latest look. Love those blank, white evil eyes and blue hued death ray that at times bends a bit to track its target. None of the guardian monsters of Japan (Baragon, Mothra, or King Ghidorah) can even come close to stopping him here kiddies, even the reanimated super Ghidorah gets evaporated by film's end. Damn, I though Ghidorah was finally gonna be a hero for once, hahahahaha, shit! This star way outshines the last two movies and rumor (or by now maybe not so rumor) has it that we may get a U.S. theatrical release. This would kick major ass on a big screen and I feel a much better choice than G2000 was for our type of movie- goer. I hope Kaneko helms a few more Godzilla films as his darker vision of the monster feels good to me. There beat a giant heart, still alive, in the ocean at the end of GMK, so you know the beast will be back.

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