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  • Actors: Kunihiko Mitamura, Yoshiko Tanaka, Masanobu Takashima, Koji Takahashi, Toru Minegishi
  • Directors: Kuzuki Omuri
  • Format: Blu-ray, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 4, 2012
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (307 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009ERK122
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,763 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Brush up on your Godzilla history before the big reboot hits this summer!
First Time On Blu-Ray Dr. Shiragami has been genetically engineering a form of indestructible plant life using a rare supply of Godzilla cells. This experiment has brought a strange new form of plant life into existence: Biollante, massive, yet peaceful in every way...until Godzilla returns to wreak havoc upon Japan. It is only then that something within Biollante stirs and the plant must fight to save her creator and the land she loves. It's the super-beast Battle of the Century when Godzilla and Biollante come face to face in an explosive fight to the finish. Special Feature(s): Full High Definition 1080p; 16x9 (1.85:1); 5.1 DTS Original Japanese Language; 2.0 DTS Japanese Language; 1.0 Dolby Digital English Language; English translation of on screen text; English subtitles translated from original Japanese dialogue; English SDH subtitled to match the English audio track; Making of GODZILLA VS BIOLLANTE; Behind the Design; Smart Menu Technology: Browse the menu, on screen, without leaving film

Customer Reviews

The story is good and the action is great.
Rudy Gardea
It's nice to see this movie get such a good treatment because it really lets the movie breathe again.
P. L. Wolff
Biollante was never released on DVD in the U.S. so now we, finally, get both the blu-ray and dvd.
Johnny Ignatius

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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Brandon D. Lusk on October 23, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Greetings,

I am still giving this item 5 stars for the honesty and professionalism EBHE has had with the fan community. however there is a caution: from 10/18/12-

"We have to go to manufacture today, and we don't have Miramax/Toho's blessing to include Ed G's commentary yet. We have initiated Plan B, which is releasing the discs without the commentary. I don't have much more for details right now, but I can tell you that if you are dying to buy Godzilla vs Biollante with the Ed G commentary, DO NOT buy it on release day. We have the replication masters ready to manufacture with the commentary included, but we are not allowed to use them until we get approvals. My apologies for getting your hopes up. I kept forging ahead hoping that Toho would get their approval to us at the last minute, but it hasn't happened."

So while this will have other Toho approved extras, it will NOT have the english commentary on release day. If you are planning on purchasing this item soleley for this purpose, please refrain. Many fans appreciate that sicne this item is so inexpensive they will purchase one in each format (waiting on the commentary to get the other). Echo Bridge has assured the fan community that there will be a public announcement made once the commentary has been approved, and a clear indication on the packaging as well (not like the recent MB fiasco with Godzilla vs Megalon).
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Michael Pappalardo on April 24, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Godzilla 1985 started a revolution. Evil Godzilla returned! The way he was meant to be. In the next installment of the evil 'zilla series, it is a few hours after Godzilla's deadly attack on Japan. A team of scientists collects some Godzilla cells from a scale found in the rubble. A spy from a terrorist nation tries to steal it. A few confusing moments later, we are thrown 5 years into the future. A scientist who lost his daughter in a lab explosion is experimenting with genetic mutation. He blends the Godzilla cell with a rose-bush cell. The result: A mutated, radioactive plant growing at an alarming rate. Shortly thereafter, Godzilla awakens from the volcano we saw him fall into in Godzilla 1985. When he attacks Tokyo and destroys Biollante, we find that Biollante is not just a monster, but actually holds a closer relationship to the professor than he thinks. Later on toward the end, after Godzilla does his rampaging, Biollante returns, a terrifying sight to behold. Biollante is one of my favorite 'G' enemies, as it is terrifying to look at and is very large and intimidating. The movie tends to drag at times, but the fights are well worth it. And if you are a 'G' fan to begin with, you appreciate these movies no matter what. The soundtrack is also very good. Definitely worth buying for G fans!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Gojira's #1 Fan on September 29, 2012
Format: DVD
After years of waiting the US and Canada finally can bring home this Gem of the Godzilla franchise on DVD and Blu Ray. While locked away in the volcano that he was trapped in at the end of Godzilla 1985, The world is rushing to understand the monsters biology and unlock potentials from cellular samples left behind in his previous rampage. One of which is the potiential for chemical weapons (Echoing the situation with Sadam Hussane in Iraq during the first gulf war). During the international race to be the first to get their hands on the G-Cells, a brilliant biologist who lost is daughter in a terrorist attack several years prior has found a way to combine G-Cells with Rose-Cells (the roses, we are lead to believe, are the reincarnation of his daughter)the end result is a towering half-rose half-Godzilla creature called Biollante. Shortly after, a blackmail situation gone wrong results in Godzilla being released from his prison (in one of his best entries on screen). The battles that insue as well as a rampage across Osaka are some of the Best captured scenes of the entire franchise. Unlike most films where the characters are for the most part on the sideline observing from a distance both in plot and action, the characters in this film are very much involved with the film both on emotional and interaction levels. From the Doctor seeing Biollante being not a monster but his daughter, to the two colonels of the self defense forces with a dead set mind on defeating Godzilla, and the debut of one the saga's most memorable and loved characters, the psychic Miki Sagusa. It is not only a must have Godzilla movie for anyone looking for monster against monster action but also a must have for anyone who loves a lot more depth to their Godzilla films.
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Cabrera on January 11, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I wish I would have reviewed Godzilla Returns way back when I recieved that one. Now I have a chance to talk about both, sort of.
This is a direct to Japan version of this movie, with no English track or titles. Fortunately there is an option for English subtitles. And for me, that's really enough. This is a well done movie and now that I look at it, one of the best from the Heisei Godzilla series. It has great elements of classic sci-fi as well as a very sincere feel, similar to the origional 1954 Gojira. The scientist father character is compelling with his duel wreckless and wise natures. He's a character who learns from his mistakes, and actually lives long enough to pass this wisdom to others. His is a great, tragic character arc. This is the first movie to use Godzilla's standard Heisei look, and I think it's pulled off quite well here. He's a slow, lumbering character, but the point is, it doesn't matter how slow he is or if you can spot him. Because you can't stop him! Te close ups of his face are fantastic. I really like the detail on the fleshy tongue. And Biolante is one of the great classic, tragic monsters. She's dangerious, deadly, devious, but has the trapped soul of a lovely girl.
As for the DVD itelf, it's pretty basic. There are vew special fetures or options, but as this is the only official DVD release for this film, that automatically makes it the best. The video quality is somewhat lacking too, but nothing you're not used to if you grew up watching these movies on TV as a kid. But I can see this being somewhat of a dissapointment for many, as there is no English dub. Again, that's fine by me, but it is a little harder trying to watch this with friends who refuse to watch a movie with subtitles.
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