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|Seller Notes:||“Opened but only watched a few times. Looks like new.”|
|The king of all monsters returns in this Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures production helmed by Gareth Edwards (MONSTERS). As the story opens in Japan, we find dedicated nuclear power-plant manager Joe Brody (Bryan Cranston) so caught up in his work that he forgets it's his birthday. Sending his young son Ford off to school before reporting to the plant with his wife Sandra (Juliette Binoche), who works in the reactor, Joe begins to suspect that some suspiciously patterned seismic activity may be something more sinister than shifting tectonic plates He's right, too, because when the plant goes into meltdown mode and Sandra gets caught on the wrong side of the containment door, a massive cover-up ensues. Fifteen years later, Ford (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) has become a bomb-disposal expert in the U.S. military. He's just returned home to his wife Elle (Elizabeth Olsen) and their son Sam (Carson Bolde) when he gets word that Joe been arrested in Japan. Long estranged from his father, who was written off as a conspiracy theorist for his failed efforts to prove the Japanese government was attempting to hide something about the earlier disaster, Ford nevertheless ventures to Japan to get him out of jail, and reluctantly agrees to join him in traveling to their old home in the quarantined zone. Subsequently taken into custody, the pair end up in the very plant where Joe used to work, and where scientists Dr. Ichiro Serizawa (Ken Watanabe) and Vivienne Graham (Sally Hawkins) are studying a massive cocoon-like structure that appears to feed on radiation. The situation turns critical when the events of the present begin to mirror those of the past, and a terrifying winged-creature dubbed a "MUTO" is unleashed. Meanwhile, as the military attempts to devise a plan to destroy the beast, signals indicate that it had been calling out to something before it broke free, and the scientists learn that it has awoken a towering, godlike leviathan that has lied dormant for centuries, and may be mankind's only hope for restoring the balance of nature.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||194649374|
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|Leading Role||David Strathairn, Ken Watanabe, Juliette Binoche, Bryan V.I.P by Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen|
|Display Format||Includes Digital Copy; Ultraviolet|
|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||2|
|Edition||Includes Digital Copy; Ultraviolet|
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Godzilla 1998 got owned!
One of the most painful films I've ever looked forward to was Godzilla in 1998 until Toho renamed him Zilla which fits the name more perfectly. However this 2014 movie makes Roland Emmerich want to cash in his last chips. Gareth Edwards who directed this movie should get more credit. He has shown deep respect for Toho's monster icon which is more than I can say for Tri-Star. All they did was give us a Jurassic Park rip off instead. How insulting is that? I actually enjoyed the 3D showing of Godzilla 2014 because it made me feel like I was in the movie myself. I'm sure every respecting Godzilla fans have good thoughts about this film. I for one was more than impressed. Finally an American Godzilla that's looks and acts like Godzilla and not a Jurassic Park T-Rex. This is Godzilla we're talking about. Also, I'm still interested in looking up the new Japanese film called Shin Gojira (Godzilla Resurgence) which I've heard is coming out this summer. Not sure if it's being picked up for U.S. release or not. My thoughts is if Hollywood decides to bring back the 1998 creature like Toho did in Godzilla Final Wars, at least they leave his name Zilla and have him fighting off the 2014 Godzilla in a sequel if possible. Though I understand that Zilla won't be in any sequel to the 2014 film, maybe sometime in the distant future perhaps. Free cheers for Godzilla 2014! I would highly recommend this movie to any G fan totally.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: johnnnn200005555
The quality of the dvd itself is great, The viewing of the movie on the disk however is hard to see its to dark to see 70 present of the action in the movie. The representation of Godzilla having feet of a land tortoise along with the head of and snapping turtle is WRONG to the legacy of Godzilla, The caliber of this movie earns it a DNB, But if you're collecting Godzilla movies you have to put this film in the collection.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: treasures4allsales
Very good cast, excellent CGI effects, enjoyable for most audiences. TRY IT
This movie is worlds away from the 1960's original production. LOTS of fun to watch. This was a two-disc set and I haven't seen the additional disc of special features, but I suspect it will be a good experience as well. I am not a movie critic, but I know when a movie keeps my interest with excellent quality of craftsmanship, and THIS is how I describe this production. Acting is very good with most of the main characters, the CG work is really good throughout. Only Godzilla can create a feeling of personal connection and a sense of rooting for the underdog monster which is, after all, the main character. I would expect a second follow-up movie with more of the secondary monsters such as "Mothra" coming up against Godzilla in future sequels. This movie should please most audiences whether family or date night viewing, but that would of course be determined by mom and dad for younger viewers. I consider it a 4 out-of 5 star rating from me.
Revives the franchise in a great way!
This movie far outclasses the Tristar version from 1998! Zilla's design was cool, but he was not Godzilla. I loved this movie when I saw it in theaters, and I'm getting my daughter caught up with Legendary's Monsterverse before we go to see Godzilla: King of the Monsters this year. Godzilla looks quite similar to the Showa and Heisei versions of the Kaiju, even some elements of his design are reminiscent of the Millennium Godzilla however this newest design is quite refreshing. Definitely among the best
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: ruler_ofthemoon
Leaps and bounds better than the horrible 1998 Godzilla. Which was not really Godzilla, it was just a giant lizard loose in New York. Godzilla (2014) is a much better representative of the real Godzilla. Superb acting. Kept you interested throughout the movie. No boring moments. I hesitated watching this one because our 1998 attempt sucked so badly, but now I'm glad I finally watched it. I own every Godzilla movie ever made and this one did not disappoint. I highly recommend watching this movie if you haven't already.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: xa-electronics