Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) 1080p YIFY Movie

Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) 1080p

Mekagojira no gyakushu is a movie starring Katsuhiko Sasaki, Tomoko Ai, and Akihiko Hirata. Godzilla comes to the rescue when an alien race rebuilds Mechagodzilla to destroy Earth's cities. A traitorous scientist gives them a second...

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  • Genre: Action | Adventure
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.39G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 83
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 5

The Synopsis for Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) 1080p

A mad scientist tries the to get revenge on the world for being laughed at for thinking that a dinosaur exists which does exists and teams up with the alien from the previous movie .Meanwhile the aliens rebuild mechagodzilla to destroy the world once more . So they team mechagodzilla and Titanosaurus toughened to destroy japan . So japan must depend on Godzilla to save japan and the world


The Director and Players for Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) 1080p

[Director]Ishir? Honda
[Role:]Katsumasa Uchida
[Role:]Tomoko Ai
[Role:]Akihiko Hirata
[Role:]Katsuhiko Sasaki


The Reviews for Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) 1080p


A Bittersweet FarewelReviewed bywilliampsamuelVote: 6/10

Terror of MechaGodzilla, the final installment in the original Godzilla series, is a fairly standard entry in the giant monsters genre. This time around, the aliens from the last movie are at it again. They've salvaged the remains of MechaGodzilla and rebuilt it stronger than ever. They're aided in their quest by Dr. Mafune, your standard mad-scientist-who-was-ostracized-for-his-weird-theories-and-now-wants-revenge-on-the-human-race. It just so happens that his strange experiments have given him control over the aquatic dinosaur Titanosaurus.

Between these two, even Godzilla might be in trouble. But fortunately for Earth, Interpol agents and marine scientists investigating the destruction of a research submarine begin to unravel their plans. And I don't think I giving away much by saying that Godzilla faces off against the bad guys and ultimately prevails.

So much for the story. As for the movie itself, it's something of a mixed bag. The acting is alright, if somewhat overly broad most of the time, but in some scenes, like the flashback to a lab accident, it's strangely bad, as if they didn't have time to do a re-take. There are also plot points that are poorly explained, and the dialogue seems a bit off, although that may just be because I was watching it in Japanese with subtitles.

On the other hand, it's a great improvement over some of its predecessors, like Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster and vs. Megalon. The model work is well done, and the other effects are pretty good for the time. And the final showdown of Godzilla and the military against MechaGodzilla and Titanosaurus is one of the best in the series. The suit actors get really physical, and at one point Godzilla is almost buried under debris, only to burst forth dramatically.

The average viewer probably won't get a lot out of this one, but kids will like it, and it's worth checking out if you're a fan of the genre, or Japanese movies in general.

Entertaining Entry In The Goji CanonReviewed bycoconutkungfu-30704Vote: 6/10

A darker Showa era film that is a bit of a letdown as a follow-up to the classic first MechaGoji film.Still an entertaining film that is required viewing for fans of the series and fans of MechaGoji.Another evil aliens plot this time around but it is rather nicely put together.

An entertaining Goji movie all things considered.

6 Cyborgs out of 10!

More mecha mayhemReviewed byjamesrupert2014Vote: 7/10

"Terror of Mechagodzilla" is a direct sequel to "Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla" (1974) and opens with a submarine looking for the remnants of the Godzilla's robotic counterpart, thought to be at the bottom of the ocean near Okinawa. The submarine encounters an immense creature, which attacks and destroys the vessel, but not before the doomed crew radio that they are being attacked by a dinosaur. Interpol begins an investigation that leads to deranged misanthrope Dr. Shinzo Mafune and his daughter Katsura who are in league with the aliens that built Mechagodzilla. Mafune has perfected a device that can control the Titanosaurus and the aliens plan to use the combined might of the giant dinosaur and the rebuilt robot to first defeat Godzilla and then conquer the world (starting, of course, with Tokyo). The film, 15th in the series and last of the "Showa period", sees the return of director Ishiro Honda and is more serious (as kaiju films go) and less child-oriented that many of the previous sequels. Mechagodzilla combines the two popular Japanese tropes: mechas (giant robots) and kaiju (giant monsters) and proved to be a popular adversary (returning in both the Heisei and millennium periods). Titanosaurus, despite being quite well done, was a one timer (not counting a cameo in 2004's all-monster spectacular "Godzilla: Final Wars"). In general the monster scenes are pretty good (despite some weak rear-projection shots), although the buildings that they destroy are not as intricately detailed (and therefore less realistic) than in earlier films. Godzilla is less anthropomorphic than in previous outings but continues to 'box' with his opponents and gesture with his 'hands' in a very human fashion. Surprisingly, the film includes a gratuitous 'topless' scene and, although Katsura's exposed 'breasts' are more 'suit-mation', they are a lot more real looking than I was expecting having read about the scene in Kalet's "A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series". The scene is oddly adult in a movie clearly targeting a young audience and was cut from American releases (I am commenting on a subtitled Japanese version of the film). Although the last of its era and not a financial success, "Terror of Mechagodzilla" is a pretty good example of '70s kaiju action. Although a long way from the dark and somber original, the film is less silly than many of its predecessors and is generally an entertaining entry into the series. Best seen in conjunction with it antecedent "Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla", although there are sufficient 'flashbacks' for the uninitiated to pick up the (admittedly uncomplicated) storyline.

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