Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster

Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster

The 5th film in the original Godzilla franchise marked a turning point in the series. Godzilla, Rodan and Mothra must put aside their quarrelsome ways to become allies and defend earth from 3 headed Dragon King Ghidorah.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1965
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:alien,   crater,   explosion,  

After a meteorite unleashes a three-headed beast upon Tokyo, Mothra tries to unite with Godzilla and Rodan to battle the extraterrestrial threat. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster torrent reviews

Tony Eddard S (gb) wrote: Slow first half with a second half full of nicely pulled off twists. Loved 'The Blond'. She was the best character out of all of them. Christian Slater pulled off another narration/main character just like he did in Kuffs, a damn good underrated comedy-action movie. Gary Oldman was great as the Elvis Elvis, too bad it was such a small roll. The midget 'little person' was the same one from Bad Santa and he made the film even more enjoyable to watch. I didn't care too much for the 'gay elvis' played by Chris Kattan. He was very hit and miss in SNL and a complete miss in this movie. Matter of fact, his character was completely useless and didn't really impact the movie at all. Asian Elvis had a really funny part in Elvis Elvis's apartment with John Smith (Christian Slater's character) and the girl next door. The girl next door ended up being The Rancher's (Played by Powers Booth, another small roll) daughter and she was ok over all. I usually can't stand Dane Cook at all. He is one of the most annoying comedians and an even more worthless actor than Chris Kattan. However, his roll as one of the sheriffs was on par with the girl next door. Did I like the movie? Yes I did. If the second half was exactly like the first half, I would have given it 2.5 stars. But the second half of the movie makes it worth watching and deserves an additional 1.5 stars. So I award this slow, actionish, comedy-like movie 4/5 stars.

JE A (jp) wrote: Meh. I was bored. I love Glenn Close but felt nothing for any of the characters. Her character just feels pathetic in the end.

Aurelius D (gb) wrote: Wow I am seriously wondering why exactly I watched this movie. I guess this is the problem of having Netflix instance access. Anything with an actor I like ends up in my queue. I saw Michael Madsen and was like oh yeah lets watch that...I feel dirty first off. The first movie I remember of Asia was Fast and Furious, then Land of the Dead. This is a FAR FAR fall from those. Will have a hard time looking at Mr Blond again. Really not sure how a person should feel after watching this. It starts with Madsen and a gun at a range. I'm like this has potential to be violent and good times. Guess I should have read what it was going to be about first. Then comes Asia as some kind of...whore/ex-whore breaking it off with Madsen. Next thing you know there is a drug deal gone bad and she's back talking Madsen supposedly ending it with him but sure enough her actions don't back up her stance. She talks a good game, being all hard and wanting to let him go but she is like a hooker that just can't say no when someone gets aggressive with her. It's like a really twisted perverse love story only I don't think there is any love there. Watching the story unfold I'm at a loss for words. There is a twist I didn't see coming to where she starts a new life. it's kind of like one of those dark flicks like Get Carter remake with Stallone or 8 mm. It's real dark and leaves you feeling seriously dirty. There is also the simple fact that at times there is like chinese or French spoken and unfortunately there are no subtitles. This has the habit of leaving one feeling lost sometimes. This isn't to say that the dialogue is all that convincing or moving. It merely seems to be lines strung together to, I guess help the plot along. It's not that they characters don't look natural saying the lines or the things they do, it's just the way they deliver them feel like there is no heart behind them and someone is coaching them. I find it seriously hard to get invested in this film as I don't really feel any pull or meaning behind it. I guess this was suppose to be something to show off Asia's acting chops and it feels almost too natural for her to carry on the way she does. Something to be said for an actor/actress to act like they aren't acting at all but I think it adds to the "cheap" feel of the characters. Almost feel like she really is a whore but then again who in Hollywood isn't?

Rob A (au) wrote: I am a Chris Farley fan from Saturday Night Live so I thought it is about time to give this movie a shot. Holy crap! What a piece of s***. Not even worth watching at all.

Nils L (gb) wrote: Wonderful, warm and sadly overlooked. This is one of the best feelgood movies ever!

Lewis L (mx) wrote: I prefer Aliens, but it was nice to see where it all started

Byron B (ru) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR

Robert R (kr) wrote: Though it's conveniently plotted and paced, it's still no wonder why this WWII drama won Best Picture winner in 1942. Aside from Greer Garson's winsome lead performance, "Mrs. Miniver" benefits from being the movie that the free world needed in the early 40's, as well as being a suitable love letter to the real champs of this story - circa-WWII-England's everyday people.

Mary B (fr) wrote: Sweet and clever, very appealing.

Andr D (kr) wrote: En refulgente color, "Carousel" es la magia de Hollywood encarnada. Una historia de amor entre un pelafustan (interpretado por Gordon McRae) y su sumisa esposa (Shirley Jones). El acto de contriccion de su esposo es el hilo argumental de la historia, sazonada con cinismo, oscuridad y unas maravillosas canciones de Rodgers y Hammerstein.

Harry L (ca) wrote: nothing good about i hateit