Watch: ゴジラvsビオランテ 1989 123movies, Full Movie Online – After the devastation of Godzilla’s resurgence, a miniature arms race ensues to collect his cells. The cells are obtained by the middle eastern nation of Saradia, where geneticist Genichiro Shiragami is tasked to study them. However, the cells are sought by various groups leading to a terrorist attack that kills Dr. Shiragami’s daughter Erika. As Shiragami retreats into isolation, the Japanese government sets it’s sights on developing a bio weapon countermeasure against Godzilla should the monster ever be freed from its volcanic tomb. They enlist the aid of Dr. Shiragami, who’s experiments result in a monstrous new mutation..
Plot: After the previous Godzilla attack, a miniature arms race ensues to collect his cells. Concerned over Godzilla’s possible return, the Japanese government uses the cells to create a new bio-weapon, ANEB (Anti-Nuclear Energy Bacteria). They seeks the aid of geneticist Genshiro Shiragami, who’s experiments result in a new mutation.
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An excellent movie, one of my favorite Godzilla movies
I am a big fan of this movie. The Godzilla fan base is fairly divided on this film, but personally, I love it. It has wonderful cinematography, acting, themes, music, special effects, characters and all around brilliant.
The characters are likable and well written, they are believable. The music, while you cannot compare it to the work of Akira Ifukube, is still excellent and goes very well with this film. It is very well shot, with many wonderful scenes with a great atmosphere. The special effects are done, as per usual in this series, with great skill and talent. Suitmation is very underrated and all too often the subject of disdain. This film shows just how excellent suitmation can be, as well as all the other practical effects, which come together to create a believable and stunning world.
The themes were well handled, not forced violently down your throat as they were in the 1992 version of Godzilla vs Mothra (which is still a good movie, but the environmental message gets to be rather preachy and forceful at times).
The buildup to Godzilla’s arrival is excellent, and when he does show up, it is a spectacular sight seeing him rise out of a volcano (however, going back to the 92 Godzilla vs Mothra film, I think the very similar scene from that film does it much better). The film contains two excellent monster battles, in which Godzilla goes up against the very creative monster Biollante, a combination of rose, human and Godzilla DNA. It’s an artful movie, and shows that Godzilla movies are not just cheesy crap like most people seem to think they are (I personally think most of the films are good).
One of the Godzilla movies with a distinctive plot.
This is a Godzilla movie that tells a very different story than the previous films. The root of the story all lies on one aspect-the Godzilla cell. The plot is solid and intriguing – a story about some of the world’s power-hungry people who want to get their hands on some Godzilla DNA for their own devious purposes. When the Japanese refuse to hand over the DNA, terrorists release Godzilla from his lair and he begins a new spree of terror. In an act of desperation, a scientist merges some of the Godzilla cells with a rosebud, mutating it into the one of the most unique monsters in the Toho universe – Biollante. The two do battle as our protagonists in the film try to track down the terrorists. As a result, what we have is not the usual Godzilla vs. movie with an alien-invasion plot. This one is unique and substantive in its monster origins, plot flow and character development.
While an exciting movie, there are some people that this film could have done without, like the horrible Saradian agent SSS9 and the campy Biomajor people. I have to give credit to this movie, anyhow, because it introduced the Godzilla-centered psychic Miki Saegusa (played by Megumi Odaka). She would take a very significant role in this and the following Godzilla films. Her using her psychic powers to locate Godzilla and stopping him from coming ashore in Osaka was intriguing.
Overall, not a bad Godzilla film. Very distinctive, albeit a little too focused on the human subplot and the military, and the Biollante angle wasn’t emphasized enough.
Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min), 1 hr 23 min (83 min) (VHS Screener Release) (USA)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Kazuki Ômori, Koji Hashimoto, Kenjirô Ohmori
Writer Shinichiro Kobayashi, Shinichirô Kobayashi, Shin’ichi Sekizawa
Actors Kunihiko Mitamura, Yoshiko Tanaka, Masanobu Takashima
Awards 2 wins
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby SR, Mono (English-language version)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Tokyo Laboratory Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 70 mm (special effects), 35 mm
Cinematographic Process VistaVision (special effects), Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm