Godzilla 2000 :- Watch Godzilla 2000 on Youtube on Fire, Godzilla saves Tokyo from a flying saucer that transforms into the beast Orga. Godzilla returns in a brand-new movie that ignores all preceding movies except for the original with a brand new look and a powered up atomic ray. This time he battles a mysterious UFO that later transforms into a mysterious kaiju dubbed Orga. They meet up for the final showdown in the city of Shinjuku. This is old school Godzilla plain and simple. Nothing terribly exciting, no super cool computer effects. Just a guy in a rubber suit and godzilla breathe drawn on the film. Actually there is a little computer stuff, but nothing that hasn’t been done for years. This is not a great movie, by any stretch of the imagination, but nostalgia makes it enjoyable. I think this is also a better movie for kids than most of the action monster movies coming out. Almost no one dies in the movie and there is little swearing or sexual overtones. This might make it too simple for adults who are not nostalgic for the old movies, but others should enjoy it.And Toho didn’t skimp on creating a new monster either, which is a giant UFO that yields something a lot more than just martians. This new foe is actually a nasty little creature that’s never given a name, though subsequent debate about the film has concluded that its name is “Orga,” who proceeds to try to consume Godzilla and his powers, thus creating one powerful monster. “Godzilla 2000” has a lot of problems too, which may or may not mar an otherwise decent stomping experience. Though on the whole, it’s nice to see Godzilla back in form (somewhat) and this Toho production firmly returns their most beloved creation to dominance, it also suffers a lot from the problems that have plagued its predecessors, and some of those problems may have been due to Roland Emmerich’s 1998 Americanized version of the big green guy.
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Action, Adventure, Drama
Release: 18 August 2000 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 6.0/10
Director: Takao Okawara
Stars: Hiroshi Abe, Naomi Nishida, Takehiro Murata