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Godzilla's Revenge
[Stinky]
I'm gonna beat yer ass, Minya Yes, this one is a stinker! This is the worst Godzilla film ever made, no doubt about it (Not counting the 1998 American version of course). I had to take frequent breaks while watching this one as my mind would grow numb and drool would form at the corners of my mouth.

What is it about?... Well, there is some kid (let's call him Kenny) who gets picked on day after day by a bully named Gabera. To escape reality he imagines himself on Monster Island where he meets up with Godzilla's son (whom we find out is named Minya). It seems Minya is being picked on day after day by a bully named Gabera -- HUH?! Yeah, both bullys have the same name... Go figure.

Birds of a feather... Minya and Kenny need to get up the courage to fight these bullies so how do they do it? They watch stock footage of Godzilla beating up on other monsters. That should inspire even the biggest sissy chickens to fight. Oh yeah!

Go Kenny go! Oh and I forgot to mention that Godzilla's son has the ability to shrink to kid size and then grow back to half the size of Godzilla at will. When did he aquire this new power? Who knows? Who cares?

This movie all occurs in the imagination of a small boy's mind. Nothing in this movie has any bearing on the Godzilla continuity old or new so don't worry if you decide to skip this one, I wish I had.


CREDITS

Oru Kaiju Daishingeki [All Monsters Giant Attack] (1969)
Released in U.S. as Godzilla's Revenge (1972)

CAST

Ichiro Miki.....................Tomonori Yazaki
Kenkichi Miki......................Kenji Sahara
Shinpei Minami....................Eisei Amamoto
Bank Robber Senbayashi.............Sachio Sakai
Bank RObber Okuda..................Kazuo Suzuki

CREW

Director...........................Ishiro Honda
Screenplay....................Shinichi Sekizawa
Special Effects..................Eiji Tsuburaya
Music...........................Kuniro Miyauchi

Running Time: 70 minutes

U.S. VERSION

Released by U.P.A.

Running Time: 70 minutes

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