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Godzilla Vs. King Ghidorah / Godzilla Vs. Mothra (1992) - Set [Blu-ray]

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Time travelers use Godzilla in an effort to destroy Japan and prevent the country's future economic reign; while Godzilla goes on another rampage of Japan, Mothra emerges to help save the world from the evil Battra.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: French, English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • 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: 203 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00IQAUO2A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,886 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Douglas Kaiser on May 8, 2014
This release presents us with a far superior product to the original DVD release. Both movies are in widescreen, and each contains both the English language version and the original Japanese language version with English subtitle option. The movies look great. The only drawbacks are, in my opinion, relatively minor. GvKG doesn't have the Toho logo at the beginning, and neither movie has the full closing credits. The latter is probably due to Sony not taking the time to translate all those credits into English. For those who feel cheated, here's what you don't see: in GvKG, the credits run over three minutes or so of Godzilla waving his arms and occasionaly breathing bubbles fire. In GvM you see the credits roll over an otherwise empty star field. I was a little disappointed that the English language track is in mono, not stereo, but there doesn't seem to be a stereo English track in existence for either film. I can understand Sony's reluctance to create an all-new English language track. These tracks were made back in the 1990's, when stereo sound wasn't as big and important as it is today. Finally, the English subtitles have a few inaccuracies to them, some of which can be ignored, others of which are glaring. They look like they are faithful to the English language dub. It's a pity they couldn't offer a separate subtitle set for a better translation of the Japanese dialogue. But these are comparatively nitpicky things. The overall importance is that we have beautifully rendered widescreen presentations with option of languages, and they have been a long time coming. Enjoy!
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2 of the Big Guy's most notable outings during the 90's "Heisei era" of films are packaged together here in a decent Blu-ray release and, surprisingly, are each on their own separate disc. These don't have that magical, timeless quality that the 60's & 70's films do, but they can still be a lot of fun. The effects, while still adhering to the time-honored tradition of man-in-suit & expansive miniatures, get a nice upgrade in the level of detail. Both Godzilla's signature atomic breath & the M.A.S.E.R. tank beam optical effects have certainly come a long way since the old days.

The first entry features the return of Godzilla's most infamous arch-villain, the fantastical three-headed space dragon, King Ghidorah. Here, the triple threat terror is given an absurd new origin that takes away some of the mystery which made him so iconically cool in the first place. The entire time-travel angle of the movie is fun but incredibly non-nonsensical. Convenient coincidences abound, and there are plot holes big enough for Ghidorah himself to fly through without touching sides. Still, it's an undeniable visual feast for the eyes when KG finally squares off against the Big G in a visceral, tooth & claw confrontation. In the second of the two films, Godzilla's sometime enemy/ sometimes pal, Mothra makes her first 90's series' appearance. The addition of the monster Battra, (a sort of anti-Mothra), is kind of fun even though the idea feels rushed and unoriginal.

Both films look pretty good on these Blu-rays from Sony. No extras except the original Japanese trailers for each film. If you're a fan of Godzilla or you have friends or kids who are then these two movies will be a solid, enjoyable purchase.
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First, there's not a thing wrong with the quality of the discs. Sound is as good as the other reviews say it is, and it's grand to have a Japanese sound track, because most of the so-called Heisei series are, for me, extremely annoying to sit through with the English track playing, particularly "Ghidorah." A high school drama club could have done far better work for less money; I groan for the days of Titra studios.
"Ghidorah" isn't a good movie. Not many on the Heisei series ever were, and it's no wonder the movies being made during this period took so long to establish themselves outside of Japan. About the same time that Ghidorah was made, Terminator 2 was raking in huge cash, and Toho seemed to think that people wanted time-travel subplots in their movies. And cyborgs with melted flesh. They didn't---not in Godzilla films, at least, because the Japanese public stayed away from Ghidorah in droves.
The best part, naturally, are the battles between Godzilla and Ghidorah, and it's always great to see Yoshio Tsuchiya in anything. I only wish he'd been given more to do.
"Mothra" is a little better. Akira Takarada is back, and so is the derivative spirit of Ghidorah, in the form of a poorly staged scene shamelessly ripped off from "Raiders of the Lost Ark."
In Mothra, Godzilla seems more of a supporting presence, without much of anything to do until the last reel. Battra looks great as a larva, spooky and devastating, but as an adult reminds me much more of an 80s hair band guitar---the swirly colors on its wings don't evoke the dark awe such a creature should. Over and over, the twin fairies---the Cosmos---refer to Battra as the Black Mothra. Battra certainly ain't black, though it should have been.
Oh, well. These are Toho's movies, not mine. And I'm glad to have them in the native Japanese. I'll just shut up and watch em.
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