Shin Godzilla (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

Shin Godzilla (2016) 1080p

Japan is plunged into chaos upon the appearance of a giant monster.

IMDB: 6.817 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.82G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 120
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 5 / 52

The Synopsis for Shin Godzilla (2016) 1080p

An unknown accident occurs in Tokyo Bay's Aqua Line, which causes an emergency cabinet to assemble. All of the sudden, a giant creature immediately appears, destroying town after town with its landing reaching the capital. This mysterious giant monster is named "Godzilla".


The Director and Players for Shin Godzilla (2016) 1080p

[Director]Shinji Higuchi
[Director]Hideaki Anno
[Role:]Satomi Ishihara
[Role:]Yutaka Takenouchi
[Role:]Hiroki Hasegawa


The Reviews for Shin Godzilla (2016) 1080p


I Must Be Missing Something Here...Reviewed bypopcorninhellVote: 6/10

I'm clearly missing something here. I watched this feckless waste of time in a crowded theater amid rabid fans and uproarious applause. I stayed composed as the stiff clumsiness of the titular monster mimicked the same directionless ambling of the script and editing. I twiddled my thumbs as audience member after audience member laid down a periodic blaze of pompous commentary. After two-hours, I slinked away, drove home, had a beer, took a shower, sat by the computer and waited for a review to pour out.

That was nearly a week ago and believe me I'm still trying to wrap my head around the supposed "return" of the classic Godzilla. Perhaps the appeal of 31st film in the Japanese franchise (and the third reboot) is strictly limited to just Japanese audiences. Those on the island nation would no doubt feel a slight chill when comparing the images of destruction with memories of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Yet any heart strings that are unceremoniously plucked for the sake of reviving a franchise, should be muted by the film's airlessness and off-putting attempt at natural horror.

The plot of Shin Godzilla might as well be copied and pasted like a macabre, disaster film mad-lib. The monster emerges from Tokyo Bay and causes incalculable destruction, meanwhile a committee of Japanese politicians, experts and military brass try to put a stop to it. Wait, did I say committee? I meant a huge helping of committees and teams, and working groups, ministries, extra- governmental bodies, national and international task-forces; pretty much any kind of personnel organizational group who dedicates part of its man-hours justifying itself. Apart from the odd snippets of monster-on-city mayhem, Shin Godzilla is basically In the Loop (2009) without the jokes or the potty-mouth.

As I am familiar with the Toho films (though not as familiar as I should be), I was somewhat prepared for some kaiju inspired silliness. To that end, Shin Godzilla does deliver adorably lo-fi set-pieces of models being toppled, crushed and otherwise destroyed. The climax of the film; a hasty, time-clocked gamble that involves cranes and trains, is enough to give casual fans a moment of glee. Then of course there's the design of Godzilla himself which properly pays homage to the original 1954 version while cleverly adding on a few adaptations.

If this film were comprised of thirty more minutes of Godzilla running around Tokyo under helicopter fire, I'd like to think we'd all get our money's worth. Unfortunately the film is stuck in the tall weeds trying to justify itself with realism in all its bureaucratic glory. Much of plot revolves around research taskforce leader Rando Yaguchi (Hasegawa) and his band of personally selected misfits and flunkies. Using a long dead professor's impenetrable research into (insert faux science here), Rando navigates through a Kafka-esque maze of red tape to get his ideas to the attention of, among other people Kayoko Patterson (Ishihara) Special Envoy to the U.S. President.

The fact that this movie colors it's conceptually silly plot with shades of Fukushima as well as the old bogey-men nuclear fallout from WWII, is just enough to put this film on notice. Yet if a worthy message alone were enough to warrant recommendation then The Purge: Election Year (2016) should be considered a contemporary classic. It's not, and neither is Shin Godzilla.

The Most Boring Movie Ever ProducedReviewed byzakkogut-88253Vote: 1/10

Saw this movie last night and we all walked out after an hour. By far the most boring movie I've ever seen. The more appropriate title would have been Japanese Government Has Meetings In Every Room Available. The American Godzilla back a few years ago is much better than this garbage was.

There is literally 5 minutes of Godzilla scenes in total and the rest is Japanese meetings talking about Godzilla. The CGI in this is laughable as is any American dialog. You'd think that the Japanese could put out a decent Godzilla movie since they invented him but you'd be dead wrong. Avoid this movie like it's the plague and you'll thank me later.

Reviewed bycteavin-1Vote: 10/10/10

The film takes a somber, serious tone as to what would happen if Japanwere attacked -- in this case, by a seemingly unstoppable foe.

At present in Japan, there is an ongoing debate as to whether or notJapan should amend it's constitution to allow for an offensive militaryand this Godzilla film plays to exactly how powerless Japan would be inmaking it's own decisions during an attack of any kind. The reality isthat the Japanese Prime Minister would have to ask for permission fromthe United States President before making an offensive move against aforeign threat and this film plays to that hard reality.

This new Godzilla starts out as an homage to its former man in amonster suit so that when you first see Godzilla, you'll disbelievewhat you're seeing, but this Godzilla evolves into something majesticand utterly awe inspiring in its power.

What's more, this film makes it clear people die. In the Japaneserelease there's a lot of word play about how the government officialsup high (on the fifth floor) make decisions that get passed down topeople on lower floors that eventually hurt the people. I'm not surehow much will be translated, but the film is deliberately showing thedisconnect between the political and day to day realities.

Overall, the performances are good. There is one character who they,for whatever reason, decided to make speak English in odd aninappropriate times.

This isn't a film for US audiences. The aesthetics will turn off a lotof non-Japanese young people accustomed to CG reality. But if you'reopen to learning about another culture, this is an excellent film, oneof the best kaiju-films you'll ever see.

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