History Film / GodzillaRaidsAgain

22nd Apr '16 9:23:14 AM BobTanaka
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* MundaneSolution: Godzilla is heading for Osaka! What do we do to prevent a repeat of the horrible death toll of his attack on Tokyo? Evacuate the city, of course.
20th Jan '16 9:54:21 AM HighCrate
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* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). Also due to {{Undercrank}}ing the camera, it gives the fight scenes this effect.

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* %%* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). Also due to {{Undercrank}}ing the camera, it gives the fight scenes this effect.
5th Jan '16 1:08:21 PM Kervinle2500
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Also known as ''Gojira no Gyakushu'' (''Godzilla Strikes Back'') is the first sequel in the ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' franchise and the second entry in the Showa era, ''Godzilla Raids Again'' was made soon after the success of ''Film/{{Gojira}}''. Its notable for introducing the monster Anguirus and the tradition of always having Godzilla fight another foe. The last black-and-white film, it kept with the grim tone of the previous film.

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Also known as ''Gojira '''''Gojira no Gyakushu'' Gyakushu''''' (''Godzilla Strikes Back'') is the first sequel in the ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'' franchise and the second entry in the Showa era, ''Godzilla Raids Again'' was made soon after the success of ''Film/{{Gojira}}''. Its notable for introducing the monster Anguirus and the tradition of always having Godzilla fight another foe. The last black-and-white film, it kept with the grim tone of the previous film.
5th Jan '16 1:06:50 PM Kervinle2500
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[[caption-width-right:220:[[Godzilla's back, and he's not alone...]]

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[[caption-width-right:220:[[Godzilla's back, [[caption-width-right:220:[[HesBack Godzilla's back]], and he's not alone...]]
13th Dec '15 7:47:01 PM Kervinle2500
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[[caption-width-right:220:[[OhCrap Oh shit, he's back...]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:220:[[OhCrap Oh shit, [[caption-width-right:220:[[Godzilla's back, and he's back...]]]]
not alone...]]
13th Dec '15 7:26:34 PM Kervinle2500
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* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). Also due to overcranking the camera, it gives the fight scenes this effect.

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* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). Also due to overcranking {{Undercrank}}ing the camera, it gives the fight scenes this effect.
13th Dec '15 7:23:33 PM Kervinle2500
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%%* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). As in CharacterizationMarchesOn, he also transitions being a LightningBruiser and MightyGlacier in the course of the series depending what suit was made at the time. The '70's suits made him a full-blown LightningBruiser.

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%%* * LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). As in CharacterizationMarchesOn, he also transitions being a LightningBruiser and MightyGlacier in Also due to overcranking the course of camera, it gives the series depending what suit was made at the time. The '70's suits made him a full-blown LightningBruiser. fight scenes this effect.
24th Nov '15 1:31:55 PM HighCrate
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* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). As in CharacterizationMarchesOn, he also transitions being a LightningBruiser and MightyGlacier in the course of the series depending what suit was made at the time. The '70's suits made him a full-blown LightningBruiser.

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* %%* LightningBruiser: Both monsters. Especially Godzilla, since the suit for the film was slimmed down for Haruo Nakajima to use (the original suit was incredibly heavy for starters). As in CharacterizationMarchesOn, he also transitions being a LightningBruiser and MightyGlacier in the course of the series depending what suit was made at the time. The '70's suits made him a full-blown LightningBruiser.
13th Oct '15 11:55:56 PM SpaceHunterM
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Despite poor reception by critics and fans, the film became the third most attended entry in Japan. The film was dubbed as ''Gigantis, the Fire Monster'', which did things like give Godzilla Anguirus' roar in order to convince audiences this wasn't a Godzilla sequel (no, [[ExecutiveMeddling really]]), because Paul Schreibman, who distributed the film through Warner Brothers, believed that a stand alone film would be more successful. The dub was notable for having GeorgeTakei, DawsButler, and Keye Luke among the cast, but it wasn't well received and Schreibman himself later lamented his decision. Depending on your point of view, it's either an embarrassment or comedy gold. Known in Japan as ''Gojira no Gyakushū''.

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Despite poor reception by critics and fans, the film became the third most attended entry in Japan. The film was dubbed as ''Gigantis, the Fire Monster'', which did things like give Godzilla Anguirus' roar in order to convince audiences this wasn't a Godzilla sequel (no, [[ExecutiveMeddling really]]), because Paul Schreibman, who distributed the film through Warner Brothers, believed that a stand alone film would be more successful. The dub was notable for having GeorgeTakei, DawsButler, Marvin Miller, and Keye Luke among the cast, but it wasn't well received and Schreibman himself later lamented his decision. Depending on your point of view, it's either an embarrassment or comedy gold. Known in Japan as ''Gojira no Gyakushū''.
10th Aug '15 9:06:25 PM Kervinle2500
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* LighterAndSofter: Yes, LighterAndSofter. Compared to this one and the previous film, ''Godzilla Raids Again'' is actually more hopeful despite the actions of the monsters. While still a {{Horror}} film, at least it's not borderline cynical, something the first film is.

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* LighterAndSofter: Yes, LighterAndSofter. Compared to this one and the previous film, ''Godzilla Raids Again'' is actually more hopeful despite the actions of the monsters.monsters, and characters didn't get worried about the monsters 24/7. While still a {{Horror}} film, at least it's not borderline cynical, something the first film is.
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