The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Hokey-looking rubber monsters and tribesmen dancing beneath an active volcano - what's not to like? Well, a lot actually . . .
An expedition to a remote island discovers a prehistoric flying dinosaur and brings it to Japan; it's parents come and stomp buildings until they get the brat back. Giant monster movie that brings nothing new to the genre (it's a virtual remake of GORGO).
A kaiju film that shamelessly rip-off elements from Godzilla, Rodan, Gorgo, and King Kong. This first and only kaiju film produced by Nikkatsu Studios, this kaiju flick was obviously made on a very low-budget, which shows in the model city sets and monster suits. The model sets are alright considering the budget, but not nearly the quality of the Toho kaiju flicks. The story is bland and is only their to provide the basic setup for the monster scenes. The human characters do little to elevate the overall un-interesting and cliche plot. The movie has some silly goofy moments but not enough to make it as endearing as the campy but fun 60's Gamera entries. Probably the funniest moment in the film is when one of the Gappa monsters is destroying a city while holding a giant starfish in it's mouth for no apparent reason. The human story is boring, but the near constant monster action in the film's second half help to make this kaiju feature worthwhile if you don't go in with high expectations.
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