Destroy All Monsters


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790.72 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 2 / 2
1.39 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 29 min
P/S 0 / 6

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Reviewed by Leofwine_draca8 / 10

A true monster mash

This is the Toho film that everybody remembers, the one that brought together all of the famous Japanese monsters for a gigantic fight. The film is jam-packed with absurd plot, lots of action and excitement to make it one of the best Godzilla movies ever created, if only the 1998 GODZILLA could have been like this, then I might have enjoyed it a lot more. There are hundreds of things to commend this film. I don't know where to start. Whether it be the great '60s fashions or the fast-paced, happy music, I just can't tell. The cast is well varied, and the actors remain commendably straight-faced, even in some of the more ridiculous moments. As well as the monsters, lots of action is mixed into the proceedings and gun battles keep things moving along swiftly.

There are science fiction elements too, with moon travel and laser guns, all in their inimitable '60s trappings. The film is structured like one of the FLASH GORDON serials of the 1930s, and just as much fun. The monsters are all on top form, and the ingenious plot allows them to be both good and bad in one film! The final fight scene is tremendous and the bit where Ghidora gets a sound whipping is a classic moment of the Japanese cinema. It's so crazy! Comedy highlights include a Frenchman narrating the destruction of Paris in a high-pitched voice; a dummy falling from a window and not looking for a moment realistic, and an absurd, rubber giant snake monster crushing a building. There are lots of varied scenes of destruction as to be expected, and the monsters concentrate on world cities, attacking the famous landmarks and monuments and stuff, before moving on to different types of transport and then finally converging upon Tokyo in the final reel (as to be expected).

There is so much action and things going on in this film that it truly seems like an epic, and it feels much, much longer than the ninety minutes it runs for. To say anymore about the film would be to ruin it, and let's just say that the '60s influence on the film is clear, with psychedelic visuals, manic battles, and an overwhelming message of goodness and peace when the action dies down at the end. It's fast, furious and a lot of fun, in fact it's one of the best monster films that I've ever seen, Godzilla or otherwise. Which is why it gets a high, well-deserved score. Track it down and view it now, because it will take your mind off doom and gloom and liven things up a bit. If you don't want to watch something depressing and gruesome, instead watch this light, fantastic adventure romp and you'll feel a lot better afterwards.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

back to basics

Aka Destroy All Monsters. It's the end of the century. UNSC is launching daily missions to the moon base. All the monsters are safely contained on an island until an accident in containment allows them to escape across the globe. It is revealed that it's aliens again.

The franchise goes back to the basics. There is no more silly comedy. It's a sci-fi monster movie. The major drawback is that the monsters initially get scattered. It's not until much later when they are drawn into a giant battle royale. I like the earlier alien designs. This is nothing more than a dress. Overall, the story is a bit muddled with the monsters going back and forth with the rooting interest. It is nice to get the franchise back to its roots.

Reviewed by mark.waltz5 / 10

There's a unique way to get them off of Monster Island.

A secret power has let loose all of the rubber monsters from the island on which they are being Captain, an island that supposedly has a blockade that prevents them from leavong. Godzilla, Rodan,Mothra, among others, and King Ghidorah, a newcomer, just won a three headed man in a rubber suit apparently from outer space. King Ghidorah, as we find out, is not a friend of the other monsters, and has been brought in from the planet where this control is being kept in order to further destroy Earth when the nations of the world refused to bow to these enemies orders.

A few other scary looking monsters pop up, but the real villains are the female aliens (alp played by Japanese actresses) who are somehow able to plant something underneath human ears (as well as similar mind control devices inside the monsters) and even are able to make them commit suicide at will.While perfectly fine as entertainment once you get past the hysterically bad looking crewtures and models representing large world cities, the week special effects make it off and laughable. What looks like tonka trucks being stepped on by men in the rubber costumes is one of the great laughs of cinema history, but you have to admire the tenacity of these filmmakers chill create a variety of creatures that don't look anything like the others. It's too bad that gamera get didn't get to participate in this one, but he probably saw the script and declined.

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