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Godzilla: Final WarsGodzilla: Final Wars is a Japanese Science fiction Kaiju film directed by Ryuhei Kitamura. In Antarctica in the 1960s, Godzilla is locked in the ice after a battle with Gotengo original. Decades later, the environmental disaster causes the appearance of giant monsters and super humans, called 'mutations', who are then recruited into the Earth Defense Force ( EDF) to fight the monsters.Keywords:
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Directors of "Godzilla: Final Wars"Ryûhei KitamuraBirthdate: 30 May 1969, Osaka, Japan
Creators of "Godzilla: Final Wars"Isao KiriyamaRyûhei KitamuraBirthdate: 30 May 1969, Osaka, Japan
Critic Reviews of "Godzilla: Final Wars"Boston GlobeAugust 05, 2005
This 28th entry in Toho Studio's series about the fire-breathing big fella is campily engaging for a while, but at two hours-plus you may come out feeling captivated dead.Antagony & EcstasyMay 13, 2014
Some kind of unholy hybrid of Godzilla, The Matrix, and Star Wars.ESplatterJuly 11, 2008
This 50th anniversary grand finale to the long-running series is a rush of explosive excitement that pays homage to what came before but hypes it up into a kinetic brew that feels fresh and exciting %u2014 not an obituary-like coda but a glorious send-offrec.arts.movies.reviewsJanuary 03, 2006
This final film offers a lot of sound and fury and weaves fourteen copyright Toho monsters into one plot, but the film offers nothing that is both new and of interest. The plot is a re-tread of that of DESTROY ALL MONSTERS.Reel Film ReviewsDecember 18, 2005
...it becomes clear almost immediately that Kitamura is absolutely the wrong choice for the material...[email protected] MultimediaDecember 14, 2005
... a blithely campy, altogether good-natured love letter to the classic Godzilla films of the 1960s and 1970s directed by... Japan's adolescent action stylist.eFilmCritic.comDecember 10, 2005
Happy birthday, Godzilla! Sorry your movie stinks.Film ThreatJuly 12, 2005
If this truly is his last outing, at least he's going out with a massive bang.
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