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Criterion has revived Godzilla as a daring and complex work, one that evokes the moral anxiety of the nuclear age and the gloom that consumed Japan in the years following WWII
In conjunction with Criterion's impressive Blu-ray transfer of Godzilla, the inclusion of the American cut, and a boatload of illuminating supplements, add up to a monstrously entertaining package.
... a slow and somber mini-masterpiece, a black-and-white nightmare about the threat of nuclear annihilation - in short, a classic example of popular entertainment working as a serious metaphor.
We just can't get enough of the big lizard.
| Original Score: 4.5/5
Truly a collector's edition, jam-packed with history and almost as much feeling as the original films. It's a must-own for fans of Fifties' monster movies and classical Japanese films.
| Original Score: 7/10
Gojira the 1956 version has been remastered for high resolution digital and high quality sound and includes the original cut rarely seen in the U.S.
| Original Score: 8/10
Contains both the original 1950s Japanese version and the American version.