TALKBACK #28: Godzilla Final Wars

Discuss the millennium era of Godzilla films! From Godzilla 2000 Millennium to Godzilla Final Wars, these films comprised a wide variety of styles and topics!

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Re: TALKBACK #28: Godzilla Final Wars

Postby lhb412 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:28 pm

Don Frye in Final Wars is like Arnold in Commando: not really acting, but somehow exuding charisma through his stilted line readings.
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Re: TALKBACK #28: Zilla Final Wars

Postby mr.negativity » Tue Jun 11, 2019 7:45 pm

Yoshikazu Ishii Goes Behind the Scenes at Toho!
BRETT HOMENICK wrote:Yoshikazu Ishii grew up a kaiju fan in Japan and eventually got to live the dream of working on Godzilla films and directing special effects on a variety of tokusatsu projects. But how did the dream become reality? In July 2005, Brett Homenick and J. D. Lees interviewed Mr. Ishii about his fascinating journey. Translation for this interview was handled by Robert Field.
A huge, fast moving monster with an iguana-like appearance, Zilla’s origins and identity are unknown, although it is said to resemble a creature that attacked New York City in 1997. It consumes massive quantities of fish and its primary weapons are simple brute force and a high jump kick. After attacking Sydney, Australia, the X-Star aliens send it to attack Godzilla as a test. Although Zilla can easily out-jump Godzilla, it is no match in a real fight, and once it is knocked down it falls easily in defeat.

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