History Franchise / Godzilla

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** ''VideoGame/GodzillaDestroyAllMonstersMelee'' (UsefulNotes/GameCube, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}), ''Godzilla: Save the Earth'' (UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 2}}) and ''Godzilla: Unleashed'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and {{Playstation 2}}).
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** ''VideoGame/GodzillaDestroyAllMonstersMelee'' (UsefulNotes/GameCube, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}}), ''Godzilla: Save the Earth'' (UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} and UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 2}}) Playstation 2) and ''Godzilla: Unleashed'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} and {{Playstation 2}}).Playstation 2).
4th Feb '16 5:49:01 PM Zark
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** ''Godzilla Vs Megalon'' (1973) takes place in 197X.
15th Dec '15 3:27:14 PM Irrelevant402
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** ''ComicBook/GodzillaOblivion''
9th Dec '15 3:41:47 PM Arawn999
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9th Dec '15 3:01:39 PM Arawn999
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* ''Godzilla Resurgence'' (Japanese title, ''Shin-Godzilla'') produced by Creator/{{Toho}} and directed by Creator/HideakiAnno and Creator/ShinjiHiguchi.
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* ''Godzilla Resurgence'' ''Film/GodzillaResurgence'' (Japanese title, ''Shin-Godzilla'') produced by Creator/{{Toho}} and directed by Creator/HideakiAnno and Creator/ShinjiHiguchi.
20th Nov '15 6:46:17 AM Demongodofchaos2
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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 Stuck 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 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 Stuck struck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power plant disaster as main influences on the films tone.
20th Nov '15 6:46:01 AM Demongodofchaos2
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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 Stuck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power planet 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 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 Stuck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power planet plant disaster as main influences on the films tone.
20th Nov '15 6:40:23 AM Demongodofchaos2
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** ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' is looking to be the darkest film since the original, fittingly going back to the horror roots of the first film and reverting Godzilla back to being a terrifying force of nature.
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** ''Film/{{Godzilla 2014}}'' is looking to be the darkest film since the original, fittingly going back to the horror roots of the first film and reverting Godzilla back to being a terrifying force of nature. Somewhat Subverted, in that while there is a grim tone, it's no where near as Dark as trailers initially made it to be. however... ** ''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 Stuck Japan, and the subsequent Fukushima power planet disaster as main influences on the films tone.
19th Nov '15 10:05:16 PM BNSF1995
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Creator/{{Toho}}'s Godzilla films are traditionally categorized into three eras, according to when they were made: '''Showa''' (1954-1975), '''Heisei''' (1984-1995), and '''Millennium''' (1999-2004). Each era has its own look-and-feel, particularly in its special effects but also in its plotlines.
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Creator/{{Toho}}'s Godzilla films are traditionally categorized into three eras, according to when they were made: '''Showa''' (1954-1975), '''Heisei''' (1984-1995), and '''Millennium''' (1999-2004). Each era has its own look-and-feel, particularly in its special effects but also in its plotlines. plotlines, with the Showa series going from grim and serious to balls-off-the-walls goofy, the Heisei series having a more serious tone and an episodic continuity, and the Millenium series being a seroes of self-contained reboots that wavered between serious and campy.
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