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!!! "Giant Tropes All Out Attack":

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!!! "Giant '''Giant Tropes All Out Attack":Attack''':


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* AnAesop: Never forget those who lost their lives because of your countries sins in the pasts.

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* MilitariesAreUseless: Their tanks and guns do nothing but anger Godzilla further, and he ultimately blasts them all away with his atomic breath.


* [[ImplacableMan Implacable Monster]]: This Godzilla isn't just a lumbering, unstoppable juggernaut, he's Death itself, and like death, cannot be overcome or reasoned with, only avoided for as long as possible.



* [[ImplacableMan Implacable Monster]]: This Godzilla isn't just a lumbering, unstoppable juggernaut, he's Death itself, and like death, cannot be overcome or reasoned with, only avoided for as long as possible.



* KarmicDeath: Early in the movie, if one is an asshole in any manner, you will get killed or severely traumatized by a monster.

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* KarmicDeath: Early in the movie, if one is an asshole in any manner, you will they ''will'' get killed or severely traumatized by a monster.



* MilitariesAreUseless: Their tanks and guns do nothing but anger Godzilla further, and he ultimately blasts them all away with his atomic breath.


* OddballInTheSeries: GMK is arguably one of the oddest entries of the Godzilla franchise concept wise. For starters, most the Kaiju are Gods and Guardians of the earth, Mothra is without her Shobijin, King Ghidorah is a ''good guy'' this time and Godzilla is a manifestation of the angered spirits of World War II.

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* OddballInTheSeries: GMK is arguably one of the oddest entries of the Godzilla franchise concept wise. For starters, most the The Kaiju are Gods and Guardians of the earth, Mothra is without her Shobijin, King Ghidorah is a ''good guy'' this time and Godzilla is a the manifestation of the angered spirits of those killed by the Japanese during World War II.

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***A more subtle jab at that movie is the constant reminder that this Godzilla [[{{GiantEqualsInvincible}} cannot be defeated by conventional weaponry]], something that goes in line with the director’s previously recorded remark that “It is interesting [that] the US version of Godzilla runs about trying to escape missiles... [[{{AmericaSavesTheDay}} Americans seem to be unable to accept something that cannot be put down by their arms.”]]


* StoryReset: set after [[Film/Godzilla1954 the first film,]] disregarding previous movies.

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* StoryReset: set Set after [[Film/Godzilla1954 the first film,]] film]], disregarding previous movies.


* TheEndOrIsIt: Godzilla's been defeated! Hooray!! Wait, he's still alive from just his heart!?



* TheEndOrIsIt: Godzilla's been defeated! Hooray!! Wait, he's still alive from just his heart!?

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* StoryReset: set after [[Film/Godzilla1954 the first film,]] disregarding previous movies.


-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the godawful, inaccurate international dub, who is mostly correct.

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-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the godawful, inaccurate inaccurately translated international dub, who is mostly correct.


-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the awful inaccurate international dub, who is mostly correct.

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-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the awful godawful, inaccurate international dub, who is mostly correct.


-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the international dub, who is mostly correct.

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-->-- Unnamed female bystander in the awful inaccurate international dub, who is mostly correct.

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* OddballInTheSeries: GMK is arguably one of the oddest entries of the Godzilla franchise concept wise. For starters, most the Kaiju are Gods and Guardians of the earth, Mothra is without her Shobijin, King Ghidorah is a ''good guy'' this time and Godzilla is a manifestation of the angered spirits of World War II.


--> "''Good luck everyone, you're going to die!''"
---> ~ Unnamed female bystander in the international dub, who is mostly correct.

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--> -> "''Good luck everyone, you're going to die!''"
---> ~ -->-- Unnamed female bystander in the international dub, who is mostly correct.


* AdaptationalVillainy: However, Godzilla here is a being of pure evil.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: However, While Godzilla here is always portrayed as ambiguously heroic even on his best days, his portrayal as a being of pure evil.evil in this movie, albeit with a tragic backstory even worse than the one from his first movie, nonetheless makes for a jarring contrast.



* RedemptionDemotion: This film's King Ghidorah is not just the only heroic version of the character, but also the weakest. Inverted by Godzilla; becoming the bad guy has made him stronger than ever. This is mostly because they've SwappedRoles, but that can't explain ''everything''.



* SlasherSmile: He is prone to giving these off when he knows he is about to slaughter his enemies.

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* SlasherSmile: He Godzilla is prone to giving these off when he knows he is about to slaughter his enemies.



* TakeThat: The events of ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}'' apparently happened in this film's universe... but those Americans were wrong in labeling that creature "Godzilla".

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* TakeThat: SwappedRoles: In this film's continuity, for one time only in the entire franchise, Ghidorah is humanity's DestructiveSaviour while Godzilla is the OmnicidalManiac the other Kaiju must team up against to defeat.
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The events of ''Film/{{Godzilla 1998}}'' apparently happened in this film's universe... but those Americans were wrong in labeling that creature "Godzilla".


** At one point when Mothra flies through a city, two similar-looking women are seen watching it in awe, in a nod to the Shobijin.

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** At one point when Mothra flies through a city, two similar-looking women are seen watching it her in awe, in a nod to the Shobijin.

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