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Genres: Action , Adventure , Comedy
Actors: Tadao Takashima , Kenji Sahara , Yû Fujiki , Ichirô Arishima , Jun Tazaki , Akihiko Hirata , Mie Hama , Akiko Wakabayashi , Akemi Negishi , Senshô Matsumoto , Senkichi Ômura , Sachio Sakai , Haruya Kato , Nadao Kirino , Kenzo Tabu
Director: Ishirô Honda
Country: United States, Japan
Year: 1962
IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 (3007 votes)

Mr. Tako, the chairman of a pharmaceutical company, learns of roma tomato-sized berries that grow on Farou Island, are a miracle cure, and that the natives worship a god called Kingkong who has allegedly grown to giant size from eating the berries. What better way to promote the product, Tako figures, than to bring the creature back to Japan? So he leads an expedition with Sakurai and Furue to get the berries and the monster. Meanwhile, some American pilots discover the chunk of the glacier Godzilla was sealed in back in 1955. Sakurai’s sister’s boyfriend Kazuo is busy trying to sell an invisible but superstrong wire, which of course no one wants until Kong escapes…

Film Review

After being frozen in an iceberg Godzilla is freed when a submarine hits into it and then starts to return to Toyko to cause havoc again. Meanwhile a company is planning on capturing King Kong for a publicity stunt so a group head to Kong's island.While in Japan Godzilla is attacked by tanks but with his Fire breath he destroys them all and continues moving on. In Kong's island the group befriend the Natives and plan to capture Kong, a giant Sqiud comes along and attacks them until King Kong shows up and beats the Sqiud by throwing rocks at it.Kong then picks up a drink made of berries and drinks it then goes to sleep, the Natives dance as the group get ready to take King Kong to the boat.In Japan Godzilla attacks a train making everyone get out and escape into a group of cars ready to go. On the boat Mr. Tako arrives to see his new publicity stunt and it's not long before King Kong breaks from the raft and escapes.King Kong heads for Japan and meets with Godzilla who is t…

It's hard to take this movie seriously as part of the overall Godzilla series, and that's fine. There's nothing serious about this movie except perhaps the producers intentions in creating it. It is a classically bad giant rubber monster movie, and that is exactly what makes it great. I've watched it dozens of times, and it never fails to make me laugh. I show it to friends at parties. All it lacks is captioning in badly typed Engrish.Why is it so marvelous? Because it is so mockable! The special effects are wonderfully bad, so cheap they are glorious. Kong has duck lips (among other things). The story line is shockingly bad — for instance, while every 'expert' in the movie claims ignorance of this "Mystery monster", they also know he is Godzilla! And he's the natural enemy of King Kong! And they are going to fight! The whole script is practically on the video cover. It could not be more perfect for what it is.The added scenes for the American ve…

Before Freddy VS Jason, before Aliens VS Predator, even before the clash of the titans that is Puppet Master VS Demonic Toys (but after Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man, obviously), there was King Kong VS Godzilla.Before I proceed with this review, I should point out that the version I have seen is the American one, which is dubbed and had several scenes added featuring a United Nations news broadcast. The original Japanese release was apparently much more satirical in tone, whereas the American version removes all the comedy. It is still enjoyable as a giant monster movie, though.This movie originally began life as a stop-motion feature entitled KIng Kong VS Frankenstein, and was conceived by Willis O’Brien as a sequel to the 1933 Kong, gradually turning into a Godzilla movie after Toho studios got involved. Although there are some brief stop-motion sequences, it is by and large a typical kaiju ega movie (in other words, it’s men in rubber suits). While fans of O’Brien’s still-impress…

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