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Posted on: March 19, 2013

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Genres: Sci-Fi , Horror
Actors: Megumi Odaka , Susumu Kurobe , Shoji Kobashi , Shinya Cowada , ‘Hurricane Ryu’ Hariken , Kenpachiro Satsuma , Sayaka Osawa , Keiko Imamura , Makoto Ohtake , Akira Takarada , Akiji Kobayashi , Saburo Shinoda , Takehiro Murata , Satomi Kobayashi , Tetsuya Bessho
Director: Takao Okawara
Country: Japan
Year: 1992
IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 (1759 votes)

The Earth is headed for disaster and when an archeological research team visits Infant Island to find out why, they discover two tiny women who reveal that the Earth is fighting back for all the harm humans have done here and sends out the evil Battra to destroy us. The Cosmos, as the girls are called, offer their help by calling Mothra to battle the creature. Unfortunately, Godzilla also appears and a three way battle begins that threatens to destroy Japan.

Film Review

I had problems with this movie. For one thing, mothra looks like a plastic toy, both in larval and adult stages. The military artillery and miniature buildings look less convincing than before and like mothra, they often look like toys. The film is definitely inferior effects wise to the previous and subsequent Heisei films (with exception of Godzilla vs Spacegodzilla). The final battle, though enjoyable, is a little bit of a let down. Godzilla doesn't put up much of a challenge for the two moths and is bested with uncharacteristic ease.However, there are things I like as well. Despite the slightly shoddier effects work, it is still an enjoyable Godzilla movie. It retains the darker tone of the Heisei series. Battra looks fantastic in both larval and adult form, and of course, Godzilla looks awesome as always. Akira Ifukube provides a spectacular musical score, and hearing the numerous songs sung by the twin fairies is always an awesome auditory treat, and are very fitting for th…

this is a good movie. There are various trademarks, which make the plot a second edition of earlier plots, namely greedy businessmen trying to abduct the miniature girls and the Mothra egg for profit, thus summoning Mothra. Nothing new under the sun in general, besides many Indiana Jones-Rambo moments, which replace the Bond movie spoofs used elsewhere. Equally, they throw in some character development, namely an archaeologist turned cheap thief & his family crisis as a "misguided but well meaning" character. That is not essential, although not overdone. Godzilla resurfaces following the impact of a huge meteor, and all things right seem to go wrong. From the old King Caesar movie, there is a prophecy about a third monster in this movie, Bathra, sort of nemesis for Mothra. This movie reveals the origin of the miniature girls as well: they’re the last from a long lost atlantean society destroyed during a natural disaster caused by men’s abuse of earth resources. In the en…

What do you get when you mix a "save the environment" flick with a Godzilla? You get this movie, and whatever this was, it was not good at all. It felt like two or three different movies, and Godzilla didn't seem to be the main attraction considering the creature only had ten minutes of screen time or so. The environmental message was understood quickly, and though realistically important, was not needed in this movie.When on an expedition, an explorer and his crew meet two tiny women called the Cosmos, and they tell them how the world is retaliating against humans for misusing it. The Earth sent out Battra to get revenge, and the Cosmos help by calling on Motthra to save the day. Unfortunately, Godzilla is also around, so Mothra must battle Godzilla also. Meanwhile, the Cosmos sing several songs and stupidity ensues.I've seen movies take material from other movies, but this is ridiculous. The opening scene is almost exactly taken from opening of Raiders of the Lost …

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