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Gojira VS Supesugojira (Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla) Reviews

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TheDudeLebowski65
TheDudeLebowski65

Super Reviewer

March 16, 2013
The franchise has always been about silly, fun ideas, but with this one they really lack in terms of amusing ideas. I am all about great, silly, ridiculous ideas for Godzilla films, but only when they are done right. Song of Godzilla proved that it was a silly idea that really didn't pay off. This is very much the case with this Godzilla in space themed movie, amusing concept, and poor execution of the idea. As a whole it could have been better, and it is a shame because at this point all the revamped films were a quite good, but in the latter half of the franchise, this is the first big dud has been produced. With an amusing like this one, there could have so many good ways to pull it off, but no. The script lacked, the direction was unfocused and the acting was laughable, even by Godzilla standards. I really wanted this one to stand out, but it simply failed throughout, and it should have been an effective monster film with great thrills. Unfortunately this one feels rushed with no effort to really make it worthwhile to its dedicated fan base. Godzilla vs. Space Godzilla is a lacking film in terms of quality and fans deserved a lot better than this one. I really liked the films up to this now. This let me down, and after seeing it, I just wanted more out of the film. Diehard veterans of the series may love it, but others may be disappointed. Go in with low expectations, just so you're not disappointed. There has been better, and the films that came before this proved it.
Christopher H

Super Reviewer

November 23, 2011
Fun but pretty average Godzilla flick. The special effects are still very good but this effort comes across as a bit rushed. The plot is nothing special in which the villainous SpaceGodzilla comes to Earth and Godzilla must stop him. Mogera is the human's new mechanical weapon that looks like a giant steel penguin. The suit that was chosen for Godzilla's son is pretty bad. The son has big eyes and light green skin that makes him look too cute, almost like he came straight from a Barney episode. The final battle is a little lengthy but still fun to watch. One of the weaker Godzilla entries, but not bad.
Luke B

Super Reviewer

April 24, 2011
Underrated Godzilla movie. Here we have Godzilla fighting Space Godzilla. OK, so they are obviously running out of monsters here, but at least it ties in with the previous titles. Space Godzilla was created after the spores of Biollante, or possibly some of the big G's DNA from Mothra, mutated with something or BLAH BLAH BLAH. Who cares? It's Godzilla, and there's a monster that needs fighting. The film also has some great human characters, with a man out for vengeance after Godzilla killed his friend. Despite this, he has a soft spot for little Godzilla. The battles are fairly lengthy, maybe too much so. Space Godzilla starts turning things into crystals, which is bad. Telepathy, space, monsters, ridiculous science. It's Godzilla and it rocks.
michael e.
michael e.

Super Reviewer

January 2, 2011
One of the best godzilla movies ever made, it is a little slow at first but then it gets really good
Bryan D

Super Reviewer

October 24, 2012
Godzilla Vs. Spacegodzilla has moments of WOW. Like a 45 minute battle between Godzilla, Space Godzilla and MOGERA. And, there are the bad scenes, which is pretty much every scene not involving two kaijus knocking down towers and destroying everything in their path.
Steven V

Super Reviewer

November 24, 2007
Great movie. The rampage is excellent when they finally duke it off in the city, and the destruction is total. The entertaining aspect of this psychic Godzilla crystal space monster kiddie flick was the pseudo science.
Christopher B

Super Reviewer

April 18, 2007
Much maligned film that I enjoyed quite a bit. Not the greatest, but more fun than a lot of films.
FanBoyCritic
April 25, 2014
Godzilla Vs. SpaceGodzilla(1994)
Directed By Kensho Yamashita
Review
Two Godzilla's for the price of one, the movie makes the price seem small. This is the fourth film in the second series of Godzilla movies,and one that has been given high praise by a lot of Godzilla fans,although I'm here to tell you it doesn't deserve a lot. They don't delve much into what happen to the movie before this which was another Mechagodzilla movie, but does give us some thing from past films.
Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, starts with Mothra floating into space and Godzilla cells combine with space to make a spaceGodzilla as to how the cells do that you'll never know. Their some characters (who are so bland when it comes to Godzilla movie characters at this point you should stop trying to care) that are doing a project to try and control Godzilla and one of the characters try's to kill Godzilla because one of his comrades died because of the kajui. One character can somehow has telepathic powers, something else you'll be asking during the movie because could you honestly just accept that? She has telepathic powers which they try to use with a machine to try and control Godzilla. Earlier in the film though she is told by Mothra's twin fairies that a space-monster will arrive on earth and try to destroy the planet, as to why this character didn't tell anyone earlier is beyond our comprehension. Because I'm pretty sure that if you were told a giant space-monster is coming to destroy our planet you would tell somebody. They see Godzilla's son along with space-godzilla arriving where there are space stones(that's what I call them) on the ground. Godzilla's son walks up to space-godzilla like he's his father something even though he looks nothing like him except the face(stupid Godzilla junior.) The two Godzilla's fight, the son is kidnapped in the end. The Telepathic character is kidnapped under no motive or good reasoning what so ever. Space-godzilla lands right in front of a tower that gives him energy. The characters get into the robot know as Mogera and help Godzilla stop his Space version.
This film has two goals it only obtains one,the other it tries but isn't near succeeding because of all the silly stupid things I noted in the plot. This characters are boring and the same types of godzilla characters like every other in this series. It has no memorable moments, except the fighting of course, that's all you'll get. You might even forget about this movie in I'm going to guess two or three days. I was looking forward to seeing this film because it was a new monster in a Godzilla which has not been seen through my eyes since well Terror of Mechagodzilla but this was utterly disappointing, so if you want to see this or are excited to see it here's some advice rent don't buy like I did. It's not worth much your time. I give Godzilla vs. Space-godzilla a two out of five.
February 15, 2013
Not bad, Space Godzilla rocked, but no match for Godzilla! Oh yeah they had some human created monster called Mogera, which sucked ass!
January 26, 2011
Another good Godzilla film! its amazing how they making them to be so good this Godzilla film had a good story and great action!
November 23, 2007
Although Spacegodzilla is a pretty decent and fearsome villain, this movie is basically a train wreck.
JexyMG
January 2, 2010
Godzilla looks pretty good, and Space Godzilla looks pretty bad-ass. Mogera looks dumb, and gets owned, but it's what you expect. The battles are pretty slow, like everything is in slow motion, but the telekinetic part is pretty cool. Not terrible like the older movies, but Baby Godzilla looks so stupid and cute. Not exactly intimidating at all. Not the best, but not the worst either.
captainmorgan4
January 28, 2008
This one is also a terrific movie for Godzilla fans! They seemed to follow a successful formula for following Godzilla but maintaining their distance, keeping an uneasy truce between man and lizard.
We get to see a baby Godzilla and Mothra, who seems to be on the mission to destroy the meteor heading toward Earth. (from Godzilla vs. Mothra: Battle for the Earth).
TallGamerKid
March 4, 2007
Great, great, great!!! I love all Godzilla's and I recommend any and all of them to anyone! Go go Godzilla!
MrTalbotOO7
February 11, 2007
Cool concept, but poorly done. Space Godzilla, the new MOGUERA, the psychic angle, all should have been cool, but ultimately the monster fights are dull and some of the effects are almost laughable.
July 28, 2014
How could you hate a movie where they literally named the villain "SpaceGodzilla"? It's stupidly brilliant.
July 16, 2014
Good human characters, great special effects, and amazing fight scenes. This isn't one of the best Godzilla films, but it's still a lot of fun!
ianhwrd3
June 26, 2014
In the sixth installment of the second Godzilla movie series, Godzilla has to save the planet earth from his evil double from outer space, Spacegodzilla. This movie is probably the worst of the second series. It has so many problems that it out ways the pros of the movie. The first problem is that the movie is boring. There is barely any monster fights and it focuses more on the humans, which is another problem with the movie. The humans are so uninteresting and boring you really don't care for them and sometimes are annoying and cliche. The next problem is that there are so many plot points in the movie and most of them are either executed so quickly that you just don't care about, don't even matter or never brought up again. The last problem is that some of the special effects look rushed. In some scenes you can see the suits falling apart or you see the strings that are holding the props. One good thing about the movie is that the action is really good and are really interesting to watch.
Final Verdict- Besides having good action, there's nothing really interesting in this movie. I don't really recommend this movie to anyone except maybe for hardcore Godzilla fans. I give this movie a 2 out of 5 stars.
June 10, 2014
This is probably the most disliked entry of the Heisei series. The story deals with a space monster created by Godzilla's cells called SpaceGodzilla. During this a giant robot called Moguera is constructed. The story takes many turns and the characters aren't developed and unmemorable. It clear this movie was rushed from the story to painfully obvious strings. There are some good effects now and then and SpaceGodzilla's design is pretty cool. In the end while it's not one of the best it certainly isn't the worst.
May 19, 2014
Rating:1,5 / 5
So bad It's Good Rating: 4 / 5

"Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla" might have some pretty cool monsters featured in it, but it just might be the second-worst Godzilla movie, besting "King Kong vs. Godzilla" only because the special effects are better. The plot is laughable and padded out but here goes: The film begins with G-Force, Japan's anti-Godzilla taskforce arriving on Birth Island where Godzilla and a grown-up Baby Godzilla (now called Little Godzilla) have made their home. Two different strategies to tackle Godzilla are being explored there: psychic Miki Saegusa (Megumi Odaka) is in charge of Project T (for telepathy), which aims to render Godzilla docile through telepathic manipulation. Project M, headed by the military component of G-Force aims to simply kill Godzilla with their latest giant robot: Moguera. When the mind-control solution fails, G-Force gets ready to take down Godzilla when a menace from space arrives. The appropriately named Spacegodzilla was created when Godzilla's DNA was sucked into a black hole, emerged through a white hole and mutated with some space crystals. This cruel monster is travelling to Earth to kill Godzilla and take over our planet. Can humanity and Godzilla set aside their differences long enough to tackle this new threat?

There is simultaneously nothing and a ton of stuff going on in this film. The beginning is filled with a bunch of plots that get resolved or dumped quickly, the middle is filled with scenes of monsters running amuck while Japanese citizens are seen running away over and over and then the end features a traditional showdown with all of the monsters and a callback to some of the more important ideas set up at the beginning. We have this plot about Lieutenant Koji Shinjo (Jun Hashizume) wanting to kill Godzilla because his buddy died in "Godzilla 1985". This guy is a real moron because instead of using some of the tried-and-true methods that stopped Godzilla in the past (like the cadmium missiles from 1985, or the anti-radiation bacteria from "Godzilla vs. Biollante") he comes up with these bullets that contain coagulant. He says that he just needs to hit Godzilla in a weak spot underneath his armpit and BAM! The monster is dead. Why he doesn't share this plan with anyone else and why he thinks these tiny, two-inch long bullets could possibly penetrate Godzilla's thick hide, I have no idea. This character is one of the most boring, most frustrating characters in the entire franchise. Not only is the actor terrible, but when he is given control of Moguera, he deliberately drops the mission that is assigned to him (which is to attack SpaceGodzilla) in order to get some revenge on the King of the Monsters. He jeopardizes the lives of everyone on the planet because of a grudge. This character stands out as particularly bad, but in truth not a single one of the human characters really come off as interesting. The co-pilots for the Moguera are bland, Miki does very little and provides mostly padding for the film. After her effort to mind-control Godzilla fails, she returns to her tent defeated. Later that night, she is kidnapped by the Japanese Mafia. The crime bosses reveal that they will use her to gain control of the kaiju and take the world for themselves. About five minutes later, their plan is foiled and we never hear from them again. What a waste.

When it comes to the monster component of the film, the characters look great and are ripe with potential, but they prove to be yet another disappointment because the film doesn't really do anything with them. The idea of an evil Godzilla counterpart from space has been done before (With Mechagodzilla I) but this time we get what is essentially an evil Godzilla from a parallel dimension. This creature has some some interesting powers which including crystal missiles, gravity manipulation and beams from its mouth. It can also fly and has a distinct personality since it appears to love beating up on creatures that are weaker than it is. Next we have Moguera (or M.O.G.U.E.R.A / Mobile Operation Godzilla Universal Expert Robot Aero-Type), which is actually an update of a monster from "The Mysterians". It's a cool callback for hardcore fans of the Toho films and it's actually a breath of fresh air to see a robot that isn't just a supped-up jet plane or the robotic equivalent of an already-popular monster. It can split into the separate vehicles, has a drill for a nose, spiralling missiles in its hands, lasers from its eyes, lasers from its chest, can fly, can burrow underground, it's got a bit of everything! Godzilla looks good as usual, but in this film you can clearly tell that the suit is getting worn-out. There's an infamous scene where the tip of his badly mangled tail almost flies off. The highlight in terms of monsters is actually Little Godzilla, who is truly adorable and even has its share of funny, memorable moments. Too bad this character gets kidnapped at the beginning of the film and doesn't appear or get mentioned again until the very end of the movie. In terms of design and look, these guys all look awesome but are thrown into some lackluster battles. Moguera basically gets itself nearly destroyed in every single encounter and never feels like a genuine threat to either monsters (really doesn't feel like a level up from Mecha King Ghidorah or Mechagodzilla 2). The first battle between Godzilla and Spacegodzilla is over before you can blink and the final fight is filled with developments that come out of nowhere. It's a big Deus Ex-Machina that leaves you really frustrated and even a bit confused.

Honestly, I was looking forward to this one because the monsters seem to have a lot of potential but it was a big disappointment. When the best part of a movie called "Godzilla vs. Spacegodzilla" are the scenes where Little Godzilla runs around being cute, you know its trouble. You would get a more satisfying showdown by selecting the principal kaiju and playing a free-for-all 3 player game of "Godzilla Save the Earth". The upside is that as a bad movie you can make fun of, it's pretty good. You can make some good penguin jokes at the expense of Moguera, there are so many scenes of padding where people are just running away from the monsters that it becomes laughable and the human characters are also easy to make fun of. If you include this one in your Godzillathon, make sure you put the subtitles on, watch the English dub and just laugh the whole way through. (English Dub on Dvd, May 10, 2014)
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