Ghidrah the Three Headed Monster (1965)
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Critic Reviews for Ghidrah the Three Headed Monster
The human half of the narrative is so captivatingly loopy and well-expressed, that the film would be just as good if there were no monsters in it at all.
From the same people who brought you Godzilla and Rodan, another giant monster.
Typical kaiju hijinks.
Unabashedly tacky and goofy, a classic of its sort
This time around their scenery-chewing easily exceeds their usual scenery-stamping
Audience Reviews for Ghidrah the Three Headed Monster
Adequate outing with a welcome return of Rodan. A nice touch that the underlying story was about Japan trying to protect the rightful heir of another Asian nation.
Fifth movie in the series marks a turn in the franchise. They continue to make more 'Big G' vs. whoever, but this time Godzilla is fighting for Japan instead of stomping on it. Like all Godzilla films, the movie is a bore until the rubber on rubber clash towards the end. Introduces the monsters King Ghidrah and Rodan to the series.
im just gonna tell the story and then reveiw. theres this princess who died in a crash. but returns as some girl who says that the world is in danger. mothra then comes. godzilla destroys a boat. rodan comes back to life. godzilla fights rodan. mothra comes. and then the first time ever seen. is the three headed dragon himself ghidorah! then mothra comes and convinces godzilla and rodan to fight the dragon. they do. then they beat him up and win. the end. my reveiw[ honestly, its like a 15-30 minute battle and thats it. i really think they could have made it more....well..... better. what i really disliked about this movie, is that its the first time ever when godzilla becomes more heroeish! i kinda hated when godzilla was a heroe. if your looking for a good godzilla clash and bash and boom. then itll be ok.
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