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Godzilla: Final Wars / Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. - Set [Blu-ray]

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Godzilla, Mechagodzilla, and Mothra do battle in a three-way fight; Godzilla travels around the world to fight his old enemies, and along the way meets a new enemy known as Monster X.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 6, 2014
  • Digital Copy Expiration Date: December 31, 2017 (Click here for more information)
  • Run Time: 216 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IQAUO48
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,060 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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If you already have the DVD's of these Godzilla films and are looking to upgrade to blu-ray, I'm afraid you may be disappointed. The blu-ray transfer is mediocre at best--especially on "Godzilla: Final Wars", which looks so soft, it's virtually indistinguishable from the DVD. The films are presented in widescreen, with the option of both Japanese & English soundtracks.

If you DON'T have these films already, they're two great additions to the newer Godzilla series:
2003's "Godzilla: Tokyo SOS" is a direct sequel to the film that preceded it ("Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla") and features Godzilla, Mechagodzilla, Mothra(s), and a cameo by Kamoebas from "Space Amoeba" (aka Yog, Monster From Space). A nice touch is the casting of Hiroshi Koizumi reprising his role as Dr. Shin'ichi Chûjô from the orginal Mothra (1961).

2004's "Godzilla: Final Wars" was Toho Studios send-off for the Godzilla series, vowing not to produce another film in the franchise for ten years (2014). As such, they threw in everything and the kitchen sink: virtually every Toho Kaiju/monster appears in a cameo or stock footage, including the submarine from "Atragon" and the planet Gorath from the movie of the same name. It's worth it, however, just to see the Japanese Godzilla trounce the CGI American Godzilla. I saw this film at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood when it opened, and the audience actually CHEERED at this scene!

The monster scenes are terrific, but far too short! Much of the plot revolves around a rather pedestrian story of an alien takeover of the Earth with lots of nods to The X-Men, The Matrix, Crouching Tiger, etc. Alien invasions are well-trodden territory for Godzilla films, and you'll find few surprises here.
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I love both of these movies. I was surprised they paired up these two movies. Just for the fact that Tokyo S.O.S. is a direct sequel to Godzilla against Mechagodzilla. That aside, I do like final wars. It is like a cross between Godzilla and the Matrix. Plus, I think it might have the most monsters of any Godzilla movie and one of the classic aliens trying to take over the planet themes. Tokyo S.O.S. is probably my favorite of the millennium series. It can stand alone and I actually did see it before Godzilla against Mechagodzilla. I believe it has the actor that was in a few of the 60's Godzilla movies and Mothra movie. Also, as in the other two-fer Godzilla Blu-ray releases, it has optional audio and subtitles.
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As with the rest of the blu ray combos, this set looks great with high-quality video transfers and sound. Unlike the other sets, these discs (there are 2 -- as in the rest of the sets) have some bonus features. The features are non-narrated behind-the-scenes footage of the monster battles and SFX being shot, and then comparisons to the final footage. I really enjoyed these extras, despite the fact that they're not HD.

The movies themselves are good, with SOS being a sequel to Mechagodzilla III -- which sadly is not out on blu ray yet. I wish they'd kept more of the cast from the first film, but fans of Godzilla, Mecha-G, and Mothra should still enjoy this. Final Wars is filled with crazy Matrix-like human sequences (which don't quite work) and frenetic monster battles, which are a lot of fun. If you're used to slow-moving kaiju, the monster stuff may be a bit of a shock, but I found the whole thing a wild-and-crazy fun time. There are so many monsters in this that it would be hard to list them all, but chances are your fave will be onscreen battling it out with Godzilla. And the comeuppance for 1998's pretender Godzilla (from the US film), known here as Zilla, is worth the price of admission by itself.

Again, this blu ray is something Godzilla fans will want to grab right up. The price can't be beat.
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GODZILLA: TOKYO S.O.S. would, if I could score it separately, have 4 stars and GODZILLA: FINAL WARS would be given 2 stars. I like Godzilla movies, in general. I find them to be comforting in a strange way. I remember watching them late at night on a black & white TV when I was a little kid. There are only 3 that I really don't like and have avoided adding to my collection until now.

One of them is FINAL WARS. As a few other reviews have noted there are just too many elements in FINAL WARS. I fell asleep trying to watch it. The aliens, the mutants, and all the stock footage got very old very fast for me. My biggest problem with it is how quickly Godzilla tears through all the monsters that have previously taken at least half a movie for him to defeat. It just doesn't make sense ("sense" being a relative term -- we ARE talking about Godzilla movies here, after all). Toho claims FINAL WARS had the biggest budget of any Godzilla movie up to that point but I find that hard to believe. If it's true the money wasn't spent wisely. If you're a Godzilla fan you almost have to watch it at least once though.

TOKYO S.O.S. is much better in every way! It is somewhat unusual in that it seems to be a "direct sequel" to ... I think its title is GODZILLA AGAINST MECHAGODZILLA. I've been watching "The Toho Godzilla Collection" Blu-rays for the past couple months and they're kind of getting jumbled together in my memory.

One of the coolest things about the myriad Godzilla movies is that they're not like links in a chronological chain. Time is not necessarily an arrow in the Godzilla canon. Some of them are sequels directly to the original GOJIRA and completely ignore the intervening decades of other sequels.
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