Godzilla Vs Destoroyah / Godzilla Vs Spacegodzilla available in DVD
This set offers two Godzilla films produced in the mid '90s. Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla and Godzilla vs. Destoroyah are both presented in widescreen transfers that preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible.
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Digitally mastered audio and video; Widescreen presentation; Interactive menus; English stereo audio; English, French, and Spanish subtitles; Scene selections
These movies are awesome! Godzilla is looking better than ever! Godzilla Jr. is so cute! But there is one problem: Some content is too scary for younger audiences. Spacegodzilla is pretty good, he's not that scary. But he is still pretty villianous. It's Destroyah I'm concerned with. He looks just like a giant version of the creature "Alien". When I first saw Godzilla vs Destroyah, It scared the the living crud out of me. Overall, these movies are great. But I highly recommend that you should be at least 13 years or older to watch these movies.
These movies are among the best Godzilla movies made. The effects are great and the monsters are very neat.
I think these Movies ROCKED. They had everything, awesome fights, good stories, humor( like baby godzilla stepping on the tear gas mines and getting beat up by Space Godzilla)and good actors. Space Godzilla is a definite force to be reckoned with along with Destroyah.
If you remember the Godzilla films from the 50s, 60s and early 70s then this is a must see. Impressively spectacular special effects mixed with the retro guy-in-a-suit Godzilla makes for lots of fun. Even thought most of the effects are not CGI (some are), Toho has perfected the art of scale model mega-destruction that puts Godzilla and the other monsters in the midst of the most intricately constructed miniature sets you have ever seen. Pyrotechnics abound as Saporo, Tokyo and other urban areas are laid-waste by monster trompings. Destruction aside, the new breed of Godzilla and Mothra movies all have subtle eco-friendly undertones and lessons for humanity to learn as a result of environmental destruction, these two being no different. Godzilla vs. Destroyah is my favorite of the new generation Godzilla movies as it weaves a somewhat complex story involving the original ''oxygen destroyer'' from the 1956 Godzilla flick as well as footage of from it to bring the destructive powers of Oxygen Destroyer back again to the present day. The ending battle sequence is spectacular and we get to meet the adolescent ''Godzilla Junior'' who gets whooped by Destroyah. Dont miss this one! Buy this one as well as the excellent double feature ''The Rebirth of Mothra I&II.