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Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2004)
Movie Review by The Gravedigger

Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2004) The fourth in the 'Millenium' series (2000), Megaguiras, Mecha-Godzilla), this movie takes place six months after the events of the last film, when Mecha-Godzilla had temporarily defeated the green goliath.Godzilla returns and the authorities are about to unleash the newly repaired Mecha-Godzilla on him to finish the job. But before they do this those two tiny twins from Infant Island appear, along with Mothra, and warn that they must put Godzilla's bones to rest. You see, this new Mecha-Godzilla is more or less a cyborg, machinery constructed around the original 1950 Godzilla's bones (an idea that was previously used in the American Godzilla cartoon series a few years back). In the prior movie Mecha had gone berserk and off on it's own, propelled by the 'spirit' of the original monster. The twins warn that if G's bones aren't put to rest that Mothra will attack the city. When the present-day Godzilla does appear and rampages through Tokyo, the giant moth appears and the fight begins. It's no surprise that, as in the other Godzilla movies, this Mothra is destroyed and replaced by the newly hatched larval form, which uses its silk as a weapon. What I found interesting is that they tied this movie directly to the original Mothra movie, as one of the main actors was in that movie and reprises his role. His nephew, Yoshito, is a mechanic working on Mecha. He becomes integral to the plot when, in the midst of the monster battle, he has to get Mecha-Godzilla working again after it's temporarily put out of commission. He's trapped inside it as it battles Godzilla. He finds out that the Mechanical monster doesn't want to fight Godzilla-he has another thing in mind.The take on Mecha-Godzilla is very different than the 70's version, which was created by those ape-looking space aliens and the 90's version in which it was simply a big robot. This incarnation has a personality of his own-and S.O.S. movie hinges upon this.Overall, a very good ending to this particular Godzilla series. Plus, I've always liked the 'Mothra Song'.
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