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Godzilla Minus One

(M)

“That monster will never forgive us”

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Overview

The first live-action Japanese Godzilla film since Hideaki Anno’s Shin Godzilla (2016), Godzilla Minus One is a striking and impactful new take on the kaiju king from director and VFX wizard Takashi Yamazaki (Lupin III: The First, Dragon Quest: Your Story). Still reeling from the devastation of World War II, Japan suddenly finds itself under threat of total annihilation as the towering radioactive lizard Godzilla appears to wreak havoc. With the monster at his absolute meanest, the people of Japan must do all they can to survive... and just maybe fight back.

"Heartfelt and often awe-inspiring...the best kaiju movie in decades"

Time Out

Some of the best, most exciting destruction visuals in the franchise’s long history

/Film

"Gets back to basics in grand style, with engrossing human drama alongside spectacular mass destruction"

Variety

"The monster’s deafening roars and jagged teeth tear through the film with a fury more terrifying than the 70-year-old beast has ever been"

AV Club

Why You Should See This Film

Celebrating the 70th anniversary of Ishirō Honda’s original 1954 monster masterpiece, Godzilla Minus One takes the long running kaiju series faithfully back to it’s roots, injecting it with a palpable freshness, powerful visuals and gripping gravitas. We’ve had an eye on Yamazaki for a little while now, a director who always surprises with wild ideas and stellar visual effects to match – to see him take the reins of a Godzilla film couldn’t excite us more.

Year:
2023
Rating:
M
Director:
Takashi Yamazaki
Cast:
Ryunosuke Kamiki, Minami Hamabe, Yuki Yamada, Munetaka Aoki, Hidetaka Yoshioka, Sakura Ando, Kuranosuke Sasaki
Duration:
125 minutes
Language:
Japanese with English Subtitles

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