History Franchise / GodZilla

6th Jan '18 3:43:36 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/TheThreeTreasures'' (1959)

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* ''Film/TheThreeTreasures'' (''Birth of Japan'') (1959)
6th Jan '18 2:57:52 AM jormis29
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* ''Film/TheBirthOfJapan'' (1959)

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* ''Film/TheBirthOfJapan'' ''Film/TheThreeTreasures'' (1959)
12th Dec '17 8:06:25 AM Malady
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** ''Shin Gojira/ Godzilla Resurgence'' on the other hand, is touted by a Director ShinjiHiguchi as being darker then every other film since the original, citing real world horrors, like the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the March 2011 Tsunami and earthquake that struck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power plant disaster as main influences on the films tone.

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** ''Shin Gojira/ Godzilla Resurgence'' on the other hand, is touted by a Director ShinjiHiguchi Creator/ShinjiHiguchi as being darker then every other film since the original, citing real world horrors, like the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the March 2011 Tsunami and earthquake that struck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power plant disaster as main influences on the films tone.
21st Oct '17 2:11:50 AM patriciovalencia117
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* {{Necromantic}}: In ''Film/GodzillaVsBiollante'', Dr. Shiragami tries to resurrect his dead daughter, combining her cells with her favorite rosebush and later adding Godzilla DNA to grant it super-regeneration and near-indestructibility. Rather than making the plant merely NighInvulnurable, he got a giant monster.

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* {{Necromantic}}: In ''Film/GodzillaVsBiollante'', Dr. Shiragami tries to resurrect his dead daughter, combining her cells with her favorite rosebush and later adding Godzilla DNA to grant it super-regeneration and near-indestructibility. Rather than making the plant merely NighInvulnurable, NighInvulnerable, he got a giant monster.
27th Sep '17 4:32:57 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* LazyDragon: In his later, more heroic film appearances, Godzilla often had to be convinced to bother saving the planet from the MonsterOfTheWeek.
12th Sep '17 4:12:34 PM Luppercus
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* LivingDinosaurs: Several of the Kaijus are said to be surviving prehistoric beasts. ''Film/GodzillaVsKingGhidorah'' openly establishes Godzilla's pre-mutant life as a surviving dinosaur.
29th Aug '17 1:10:22 PM Kervinle2500
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* ''Godzilla vs. Kong'' (2020)

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* ''Godzilla vs. Kong'' ''Film/GodzillaVsKong'' (2020)
17th Aug '17 3:29:15 PM jormis29
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Creator/LegendaryPictures (''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga'', '' Film/ThreeHundred'') released [[Film/{{Godzilla2014}} a new reboot of the series]] in 2014, which [[RevisitingTheRoots was promised to be closer to the original material]]. Following the success of the reboot, 2 more films by Legendary were scheduled, and a ''[[Film/KongSkullIsland King Kong]]'' reboot was later added to turn the setting into a SharedUniverse called the '''Film/{{Monsterverse}}'''. The new movies themselves are considered by some to be part of their own "era" succeeding the three preceeding eras of Toho films. Toho released their own ''Godzilla'' reboot in 2016, ''Film/ShinGodzilla'', separate from the Legendary series, which may possibly result in ''two'' running Godzilla series at once. The film is written and directed by ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' creator Creator/HideakiAnno. An anime film headed by Creator/GenUrobuchi, ''[[Anime/{{Godzilla}} Godzilla: Monster Planet]]'' was also announced for a 2017 release, with plans calling for a full trilogy.

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Creator/LegendaryPictures (''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga'', '' Film/ThreeHundred'') released [[Film/{{Godzilla2014}} a new reboot of the series]] in 2014, which [[RevisitingTheRoots was promised to be closer to the original material]]. Following the success of the reboot, 2 more films by Legendary were scheduled, and a ''[[Film/KongSkullIsland King Kong]]'' reboot was later added to turn the setting into a SharedUniverse called the '''Film/{{Monsterverse}}'''. The new movies themselves are considered by some to be part of their own "era" succeeding the three preceeding eras of Toho films. Toho released their own ''Godzilla'' reboot in 2016, ''Film/ShinGodzilla'', separate from the Legendary series, which may possibly result in ''two'' running Godzilla series at once. The film is written and directed by ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' creator Creator/HideakiAnno. An anime film headed by Creator/GenUrobuchi, ''[[Anime/{{Godzilla}} Godzilla: Monster Planet]]'' ''Anime/GodzillaPlanetOfTheMonsters'' was also announced for a 2017 release, with plans calling for a full trilogy.



* ''[[Anime/Godzilla2017 Godzilla: Monster Planet]]'' (2017)

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* ''[[Anime/Godzilla2017 Godzilla: Monster Planet]]'' ''Anime/GodzillaPlanetOfTheMonsters'' (2017)
3rd Aug '17 2:28:18 AM DivineDeath
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* BroadStrokes: While the Showa and Heisei eras served as their own separate continuities, the Millennium era worked more along the lines of this. Each film more or less took place in its own separate universe (with the exception of ''Tokyo SOS'', which was a sequel to ''Godzilla Against Mechgodzilla'') using the original 1954 movie as a jumping off point, and borrowed various aspects from the previous eras to paint a general idea for the setting.

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* BroadStrokes: While the Showa and Heisei eras served as their own separate continuities, the Millennium era worked more along the lines of this. Each film more or less took place in its own separate universe (with the exception of ''Tokyo SOS'', which was a sequel to ''Godzilla Against Mechgodzilla'') Mechagodzilla'') using the original 1954 movie as a jumping off point, and borrowed various aspects from the previous eras to paint a general idea for the setting.
3rd Aug '17 2:27:15 AM DivineDeath
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* BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: If a way to stop Godzilla does occur, it's either done at a great costs, fails to stop him for long, or both.

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* BroadStrokes: While the Showa and Heisei eras served as their own separate continuities, the Millennium era worked more along the lines of this. Each film more or less took place in its own separate universe (with the exception of ''Tokyo SOS'', which was a sequel to ''Godzilla Against Mechgodzilla'') using the original 1954 movie as a jumping off point, and borrowed various aspects from the previous eras to paint a general idea for the setting.
* BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: If a way to stop Godzilla does occur, it's either done at a great costs, cost, fails to stop him for long, or both.
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