Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.

Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S.

Forty-two years after her first visit in Tokyo, Mothra returns to warn mankind that they must return Mechagodzilla, along with Godzilla's bones, to the sea, for the dead must not be disturbed. If not, dire consequences will follow. However, Godzilla is once again on the rampage, and Mechagodzilla is Japan's only defense.

One year after the fight between Godzilla and Mechagodzilla, the two monsters along with Mothra face off in a conclusive battle royale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. torrent reviews

Inta K (it) wrote: good and interesting movie

Elric K (br) wrote: I really liked the simplicty of the film and the tense undercurrent that runs throughout.

Frecissimo S (it) wrote: jOHN Cusack, Benicio Del Toro and Johnny Depp???

Shaun T (ag) wrote: Worth a watch.Some Ropey accents though

Elad W (kr) wrote: This movie, despite not so good acting and a kind dumb plot, is alright. The dragons are very cool and the action scenes and photography are well done, I enjoyed watching it because of the action and because of Matthew Mcconaughey's decent performance, Christian Bale was also not bad. In conclusion this is a nice monsters movie and if you don't have high expections I think you will enjoy it.

Jiana W (it) wrote: As a modern update of a Shakespearean play, "O" does not match its predecessor, Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet" in terms of style or creativity. It's not as interesting, that's for sure. While "R+J" struggled with believability too (given its decision to keep the original language while set in modern times), I felt this one didn't translate nearly as well, even though every bit of it is "modern". Othello is O, a black high school student who is the star player of his uptight boarding school's basketball team. (I won't delve into the obvious stereotypes of black people and basketball.) He is the only person of color in his whole school but everyone loves him. Coaches, his fellow students, basketball fans... he is like a demi-god to everybody at Palmetto Grove-- and it drives Hugo, the coach's son, insane. Fueled by pure envy and the need for somebody to pay attention to *him* just once, Hugo embarks on a deceitful journey to destroy O. He literally lies and steals to achieve his goals. His biggest lie comes in the form of telling O to keep an eye on his white girlfriend, Desi, because she may be cheating on him with O's best friend and fellow bballer, Michael. With as many people in that school who adore O, one would think he'd be sure to have all his basketball friends keep secret eyes on her for him to ensure that what Hugo is telling him is actually true. O, however, is really an idiot. No seriously, he is. Watch it, see how this all plays out, and come see me afterwards. You'll surely agree."O" isn't very good. With Shakespeare, you have to be careful. I think I agree that this story was perhaps too "big" for the young actors. I wasn't impressed by the cast in here in terms of the performances, although I do admit Josh Hartnett is convincingly conniving. When his plans go well, you can see the dark twinkle in his eye, although he never actually smiles. He doesn't have to. The sex scene in this movie, by the way, is disturbing and pretty strong. Stronger than the one in "Monster's Ball" (because for some reason, "O" shares a double-pack DVD with that film. I guess since they both deal with the drama that accompanies many interracial relationships....) High school is certainly a bastion for drama like this (young love, betrayal, jealousy, lies, etc..) One would expect a Shakespeare tragedy to fit in well here but it doesn't. Nothing quite clicks. It also suffers from the fact that none of the characters are particularly likeable or sympathetic, not even the main character, O. It was a nice effort but ultimately it failed to make much an impact on me.

Hasan C (es) wrote: The film teaches us to observe nature by observing nature.Kiarostami achieves the difficult feat of keeping water in cupped hands.It's an artful exploration of life where the viewer has to glue the pieces together.Greatest poetic....

Ian M (jp) wrote: It's been a long time since one kiss made my lips hum.

Peace K (ru) wrote: i badly want to see this movie

Peter F (ru) wrote: Fassbinder's penultimate film is an ode to classical Hollywood (most notably Billy WIlder's Sunset Boulevard), which actually undermines Fassbinder's talents for being a maestro of the New-Wave. Veronika Voss succeeds in capturing the look of a by-gone era, with stylish editing and authentic black-and-white cinematography, but it's hard not to miss the director's beautifully turgid aesthetic that he supplied to almost all his other films. Also, the film's story of a drug-adled former film star had the potential to concoct one of his most sincere films, but instead its muddled at best, and ends on a sour and anti-climactic note. There are still some great scenes in the film, and strong performances, but it's ultimately a lesser entry in the Fassbinder canon.

Ian S (nl) wrote: This gritty, grim Korean war drama presents the grueling ordeal of a platoon charged with taking a hill of no military value during the final days of the war. While diplomats and generals argue over peace negotiations (in an appropriately wordless montage under the opening credits), tough but compassionate Lt. Joe Clemons (Gregory Peck) leads a unit of 135 men up a well-guarded hill while miscommunication--and at times no communication--cuts them off from reinforcements and regimental command

Jerry F (fr) wrote: I loved this film. I've seen it two or three times. Ben Stiller at his very best. The film poses almost a believable situation ? Great stuff !

Godsif S (mx) wrote: This movie has a good view of what people actually do to smuggle drugs through Canada to the US. The thing that makes this movie good is it shows the process of smuggling very thorough. Basically it is a realistic movie and there is many flaws but not too much to hate on this movie.