Humanity, their alien allies, and Godzilla all enter their endgame as the powerful destructive entity known as Ghidorah arrives on Earth.::kingofthemonsters1995

Also Known As: Godzilla: Eater of Stars, Godzilla: O Devorador de Planetas, Godzilla: Devoratorul de planete, Gojira: hoshi wo kû mono, Godzilla: Le dévoreur de planètes, Годзилла: Пожирающий планету, Godzilla: The planet eater, Γκοτζίλα: Ο Πλανητοφάγος, Godzilla: El devorador de planetas, Godzilla: The Planet Eater

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  • mary-swanson
    mary swanson

    Do not watch it will give you a headache. You will appreciate it. Trust me.

  • william-crane
    william crane

    I liked the first two films, but the third one was way too much “omg so deep, such heavy concepts” for my liking. When I watch a movie trilogy about mechas going against Godzilla, I want to see mechas going against Godzilla and not the main characters sitting around for two hours pondering “whats the point of this all anyway”. For some reason a lot of animes just love to do this, where you get a wild ride of arrows, bullets and tight stories and then most of the grand finale is literally the main character just hovering in a “brain space” followed by heavy abstract pseudoimagery that is supposed to be grand and thought provoking, but it just makes me go like “Please can you just go back to shooting stuff?”Of course, you can’t be all action and no brain, that would get boring fast. But with this movie, the went way too heavy on the brain (and in the wrong direction as well) and the action is almost nonexistent.Very disappointing finale. The previous two movies got 6/10 from me, so it sucks that I have to give this a 3/10, since I was really looking forward to a kick ass ride to finish things up.And the ending itself, I can’t really say much without spoilers, but it was very unsatisfying.

  • renee-mack
    renee mack

    So if you didn’t enjoy the other films in the trilogy, you’re not gonna like this one. If you want a full on godzilla action film set in the future it’s not this film.Compared to the pace of the other films in the series this one focuses more on a slow build up and suspense. In that sense it’s more akin to the original Godzilla film. However if that’s not to your liking, skip this film.Overall it is a satisfying conclusion to this series with striking visuals and an epic soundtrack. It’s major drawback is it’s main character Haruo, an in general boring protagonist. However he does manage to become more interesting in this final film and I find myself caring more about his struggle.

  • hr-arne-frederiksen
    hr arne frederiksen

    I liked the theme of religion in this third installment of a very divisive trilogy for fans, myself included. It dives into how manipulative leaders are to people who place blind devotion in them. That’s about all I can say that I liked about it. No action, and almost no Godzilla.

  • lucia-mazza
    lucia mazza

    This movie sucked, just like all the other ones. We got teased with Ghidorah being huge and epic, and we only see his heads.This series focuses 95% on our human/alien characters. In the Showa films, the human scenes were boring and tedious and just made us wait for the next monster scene. The Heisei films actually had the same human characters through out and had them grow and evolve. The millennium series… it didn’t have consistent characters but at least they were okay. Here, the humans make the entire trilogy completely UNWATCHABLE. This entire series sucked, the writing was piss-poor, the voice acting was fantastic but there’s only so much you can do with such a bad script. I wanted our main character dead after the first 15 minutes of the first movie and after three sucky anime movies with ZERO character development I finally got my wish; Haruo dies at the end of this one by way of suicide and I couldn’t be happier!!!. I would rather slog through Godzilla’s Revenge three times in a row than watch this complete waste of gorgeous animation again. Screw this entire goddamned trilogy in it’s fat radioactive ass. I hope that the rule of three is in play and that this is the LAST bad Godzilla story/movie we will ever see.Bring on Godzilla: King of the Monsters to wash the taste of this burning pile of dogdookie out of my mouth.

  • kristopher-nguyen
    kristopher nguyen

    The only movie trilogy in history to have 3 filler episodes.

  • william-garrett
    william garrett

    No Godzilla at all, no Ghidorah (just a three headed snake made with a bad CGI) and endless conversations that make you care less about the characters, actually, it’s so boring that you wanna see them all dead.

  • leslie-harvey
    leslie harvey

    If you’ve seen the 2 previous films, you know that Haruno is a great character who is tough, and seemingly without morals, but we see the human side of him constantly, in this film you do, but in a bad way.You don’t develop a strong character like Haruno, who in the first films didn’t really habe a reason to live other than hate, and then show us that he is capable of more than hate only to hit the eject button and have him blast off at Godzilla to repeat what the Metaphis dude just showed him was the folly of man, the constant annihilation of each other. It makes no sense whatsoever and is incredibly disappointing. This film could have been so much more, but ended up turning to crap at the end. What kind of man abandons his kid and, presumably, wife to go with nano rock girl to blow themselves up? A moron, or a writer who ran dry when they had plenty of time and money to make something worthwhile out of this.Guess we all hoped too much.

  • warren-norton
    warren norton

    2 hours of nonstop whiny nonsense. The title should be changed to Godzilla: The Movie Is So Bad The Scriptwriters Should Be Eaten.

  • prof-eberhard-stadelmann-b-a
    prof eberhard stadelmann b a

    This movie does not serve any purpose or reason for its existence.It does not give you a pay off of the whole trilogy. The discussions and dialogues are such an awful written, pseudo-deep, boring mess. You constantly ask yourself when the action will start.Spoiler information: It will never happen.Godzilla’s screen time is a joke. Gidorah’s appearance isn’t even only odd, it is plain boring, as well. There is no proper fighting.And even the appearance of a known character does make such an awful performance, that you ask yourself who was even able to green-light this trainwreck of a movie or if there was even any quality assurance at all.Don’t waste your time on this movie. It is the worst possible Godzilla movie.

  • william-garcia
    william garcia

    Godzilla trilogy had a lot of imtresting points to make and they made them. It’s definitely different, not a smash mouth introduction, but it’s a clever take on a monstrous, girthy calculating being. I gave it a 9 and not a 10, due to the post credit scenario, which makes it a open and not shut trilogy.

  • ing-itzel-cantu
    ing itzel cantu

    The theme here is that technology will be the downfall of civilization. As if this has not been covered a million times before along with the opposite argument. The problem is, because its been done so many times, its boring so if you are going to use old stories, at the very least include something else to pull the viewer in. This is why its gets a flat 1/10. They didnt even try to do anything else.There is little to no action to see in this movie despite the addition of another monster. The drama is childish as every reaction is a per-buscent emotional outbursts. The characters remind me a lot of my 3 year old son when he cant have any chocolate. There is also no mystery to pull you in. The entire movie was pointless.I wasnt expecting much after the terrible 2nd film so I was not shocked that this was terrible too. Anyway avoid this mess. Watching paint dry is more interesting.

  • eurukleia-khrusanthakopoulou
    eurukleia khrusanthakopoulou

    The best movie where a man has sex with a moth girl while the moth girls twin sister gets cooked into a soup.The one Kaiju battle in this movie is pretty much Godzilla trying to slap magical space-spaghetti while moving at 2mph.HOW IS THIS THE SAME WRITER WHO WROTE PSYCHO-PASS AND MADOKA MAGICA!?!

  • ashley-tyler
    ashley tyler

    At last, the final chapter of the Godzilla anime trilogy was released, a very different take on the franchise that has gotten mixed feelings. In “Monster Planet” and “City on the Edge of Battle”, Haruo leads humanity’s return from space to a post-apocalyptic Earth to reclaim it from Godzilla’s rule, a mission that brought heavy losses and unexpected revelations. Now, in “The Planet Eater”, he and his remaining forces are lost and divided. His longtime friend, Exif alien priest Metphies, gains a loyal following by proclaiming God will come to save them all. This “god”, however, turns out to be Ghidorah, the 3-headed devourer of worlds. As Godzilla takes a stand against this otherworldly creature, Haruo must overcome his personal demons and confront Metphies.The previous films explored themes of man vs nature, evolution/creation, hope, sins of the past, sacrifice, and abuse of technology. These continue with the addition of religion and nihilism; when combined, these two can lead to horrific results for those who blindly fall into their grip and there are some disturbing things here (deaths included). Metphies, arguably the most developed antagonist in the franchise, enforces this when he summons Ghidorah and attempts to force humans to accept their “golden demise” by taking advantage of their despair. By contrast, Haruo is on a crossroads of creating a brighter future for mankind in the face of all the blood on his hands in his quest to kill Godzilla. This is helped by his developing relationship with twins Maina and Miana, who put things into perspective through both their optimism and their closeness to him, though the execution of this aspect gave me mixed feelings.The conflict between Haruo and Metphies parallels with the battle between Godzilla and Ghidorah; while admittedly not the most exciting fight and does drag in the middle, it has cool moments like when they engage in melee combat. This version of Ghidorah is radically different, very alien and Lovecraftian in design and presentation, but retains core elements of his character (3 heads, gold, destroyer of worlds, etc.) and is honestly kind of scary. Godzilla is a little livelier this time around, showing more emotion, and his role as man’s enemy takes an interesting turn as the planet’s only true defense. The lore is also expanded, particularly with the Houtua culture and the Exif’s grim philosophy. I also like the music, which brings the right sense of dread in scenes like Ghidorah’s arrival and soothing in others. The song “Live and Die” by Xai is the best in the trilogy, having a somber, transcendent vibe to it with lyrics that complement the narrative. I’ll also give kudos to the ending, one that is thematically appropriate for Haruo’s harrowing journey.Following this trilogy to its conclusion has been an interesting experience as a fan. It has been both an entertaining sci-fi action/adventure and a meditative think piece, reminding me of Matrix in that regard. While there are definitely areas of which it can be improved such as the pacing and further development of side characters, I found it satisfying. Though this may not be for everyone, any Godzilla and anime fans out there should at least give it a try.

  • richard-barton
    richard barton

    More than half of the film was pseudo religious talking to greenish background images that may have been caused by alcoholised minds. Forwarding fast to the real action (maybe 10 min in total) was the only way not to fall asleep or turn off the film.

  • jimmy-white
    jimmy white

    The entire third film is just talk talk talk talk talk….so boring I fell asleep so many times watching it.

  • yves-lacombe-renaud
    yves lacombe renaud

    Godzilla has nearly a 70 year old heritage, it stands to reason that not every movie can be the same recipe, there needs to be experimentation. That is clearly what happened here with the 3 part movie series, sure there is a chunk of action, but this isn’t Pacific Rim – it’s much more of a dark dystopian Sci-fi i.e. some intellect and thinking required.That said personally I found it super relaxing to watch, the crisp visuals, great voice acting (Both Japanese, Mandarin and English all fab) – very easy on the eye and not overly mentally taxing – it’s just thought provoking.It focused more on the idea of godzilla, the implications and what is a similar theme in Asian mythology – the connection between hatred, destruction and forgiveness and rebirth.Overall this is definitely one for those more interested in intellectual pursuits, there are a ton of physics, sociology and philosophical concepts that gets you thinking – this for me is definitely a cult classic, it won’t wet everyones appetites, will definitely polarize but I truly hope will live on for years to come.

  • donald-parker
    donald parker

    If you’ve made it this far by watching the first 2 movies you know what to expect, right? Actually, no, you don’t. This one makes the other 2 seem almost decent.It has NOTHING to do with Godzilla lore. I don’t consider myself a fan, but I was expecting to see Godzilla fight giant monsters, not STAND in the same spot for 3 movies straight.What we have here is recycled anime trope after anime trope, all the cliches in the book and they’re not even remotely used in an interesting way.Do we get Ghidorah, a giant 3 headed dragon? No, we don’t get that. We get this cheap CG thing, 3 REALLY long snakes coming out of black holes.Do we get Mothra? No, we don’t actually. It appears in a vision for the protagonist as a plot device to defeating Ghidorah, somehow giving him the inspiration to break out of his trance. Woo hoo.It’s just SO bad, all of it. Even the live action movie seems perfect in comparison. The makes of this movie were probably like “how can we make this thing REALLY cheap? Oh, let’s use cheap CG and not have any monster fights, those cost money. Problem solved.”

  • diane-vega
    diane vega

    As a huge godzilla fan watching all 30 plus movies I have never been so mad and dissapointed in my life they ruined Ghidorah by changing his origin and not even making look anything like Ghidorah from the other movies so much useless talking and such little action and feels nothing like a godzilla movie godzilla 1998 is even better than this movie and that is saying something hopefully we never get another anime movie

  • alexis-cooper
    alexis cooper

    Anti-technology message, pretty much says that we should not bother with technology because it will kill us all and we should just live in huts and enjoy tribal living then grow old and die… no thanks, hard pass on all that gibberish terrible ending, our main character (spoiler) kills himself at the end along with the last of their advanced technology which was just repaired and was meant to restore an advance civilization. really disappointing, considering how well done everything else was, characters, character design etc. the ending (3rd movie) was just so bad…

  • isabella-young
    isabella young

    This movie is no different then the last 2, it drags on and on and on with useless conversations. There is very little action, very little godzilla, i thought that with King Ghidorah arrival it would change and the movie would get better but no.They could have done so much more with those 3 movies, the animation is really good, the voice acting too but there is so much drama and almost no action that you are sure to get bored.

  • amber-barr
    amber barr

    The final episode of trainwreck trilogy of “Godzilla” which is nothing improving from two movies or worse. Reimagined monsters were interested but everything ended up on long conversation to explain each monsters.

  • jacobo-cortez-bustamante
    jacobo cortez bustamante

    I genuinely enjoyed some aspects of the first two movies. The animation, audio, art direction overall all were really well done. But none of that can save this trilogy or series from itself. I could deal with the lack of actual Godzilla action in the first two. Like many others, I assumed it was all build up for the third part. This third part just had to have action and engaging human drama… or at least more than before. But no, all we get is extended lazy exposition and mindless technobabble. Some SPOILERS: The scene where the glowing bright yellow body-less space snake (doesn’t sound like a description for Ghidorah does it? Nope!) attack the space ship is one of the most unwatchable sequences I’ve ever had the displeasure of seeing. Having some whining shrieking bride crew member (or whatever she was) scream out exactly what we were watching for what felt like 20 minutes was unbearable. I never rooted for a human character’s destruction more than I did watching her. And when the snake thing finally “fights” Godzilla? Godzilla literally stands there the whole time (in the same spot the entire movie actually). Ever make a potato clock? You know where you take a potato and attach thin wires that have little clips to the potato? That’s pretty much the fight between the two most powerful “monsters” in this movie. Oh sorry – the wire/clips are actually from another universe and have no physical form except when its attaching to the potato – I mean biting Godzilla. And the only way to defeat this yellow snake thing is to poke some tall religious fanatic douche in the eye. (Someone actually got paid for coming up with this crap?)I could go on and on more than I already have (geez I’m doing what this movie did to me!!) about how bad this movie is. Bottom line: thank God we have King of Monsters coming out in a few months to clear our palettes of this crap.

  • sandra-carroll
    sandra carroll

    Yawn. I knew I should have turned it off after 5 minutes. Its just that the other 2 were pretty good so this one was surely going to get better. The religion of the aliens is finding peace in knowing that they are going to die..SO they spend the whole movie converting people and to convince the main character to kill himself….JEEZ…And there is nothing more to the story than that.And…Spoilers. After spending the whole movie defiant, and hopeful, suddenly out of nowhere, the main character just gives up and kills himself…OMG…that was lame… ….And how is it that a group that can see the future and call monsters from another universe and yet still have no hope for surviving the end of the universe…There are other universes.!!!!

  • wendy-lane
    wendy lane

    Out of the trilogy this is the worst one and the other 2 aren’t even very good to begin with.