Is the Planet Eater the worst Godzilla movie8,941 Views13 RepliesAdd A Reply
Ok, so I just watched the Planet Eater on Netflix. And after watching it I wanted to burn my Tv. It was so stupid!!!! The fight consisted of three portals opening up in the sky. Ghidorah coming out of the sky and just biting Godzilla and Lifting him up. And all Godzilla did was just wave his hand through him. The battle was terrible and the story doesn't get much better. Overall I was very very disappointed with this movie. But if you enjoyed this movie please dont send hate, we all have our own opinions. Thanks,and peace!!!
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No, it is not the worst. You can't beat Godzilla's revenge when you are talking about the worst movie of the Godzilla series.
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okay I understand people not liking the planet eater but there is no way it is the worst Godzilla movie to date. it tops city on the edge of battle and planet of the monsters in my opinion, but hey that's just how I feel on the subject.
Definitely not the worst. That title belongs to Godzilla 1998 and Godzilla's Revenge. I do agree with SpaceGman. It was the best of the anime trilogy. Personally I hope they do another Godzilla anime series but better.
Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla still exists. So no. Not even close.
The Planet Eater didn't work in terms of character work or exciting battles, but the contemplative themes it was bringing up, via characters as mouthpieces, were still fascinating. It's no great movie, but I think the disappointment regarding this movies is expanding into the absurd.
As long as Godzilla vs Hedorah exists it will be hard for anything to take that title away from it imo.
Personally I don't think that Godzilla vs SpaceGodzilla was all that bad, I actually enjoyed it because it shows a side of Godzilla we never really see, and that's his caring side. If you pay close attention, when Junior (I'm calling little Godzilla Junior because it's easier) is being attacked by SpaceGodzilla, Godzilla rushes to protect Junior, and when Junior is imprisoned in SpaceGodzilla's crystals, Godzilla becomes enraged. If you think about the final fight and the body language and length of Roars Godzilla displayed, you could tell he was extremely upset and enraged. It's a nice side to see to Godzilla when he isn't destroying everything in his path. I feel like the last 3 movies of the Heisei series focused more on Godzilla's emotional side.
There's no side of Godzilla we can see that can save that movie from its wretched screenplay and magically developed characters. At least Godzilla: The Planet Eater tried to give us some relevant topics to think about. SpaceGodzilla literally, I mean literally, tries to warn us not to pollute space without linking it to anything relevant.
And as boring as people find the Planet Eater's battle, at least it didn't drag on and on and on as long as the boring final battle from SpaceGodzilla.
I agree with I'mDurp with Godzilla vs Hedorah being the most terrible godzilla movie
You were probably expecting a different kind of movie. Planet Eater and the other anime films are more about the human characters, Haruo especially, than Godzilla.
Not worst Godzilla movie... but it sucked in my book. Hated the ending.
No, there are at least a few that are worse. Space Godzilla and Destroyah just to name two. I would also say it is the best of the trilogy.
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I did not undestand the end and that ruined everything to me, but it's clearly not the worst Godzilla movie, I think that this place belong to Final Wars but I'm pleasantly surprised not to see more Zilla in your suggestions. ( Not a good movie but it made my childhood )