Godzilla 2000

Synopsis: Godzilla returns in a brand-new movie that ignores all preceding movies except for the original with a brand new look and a powered up atomic ray. This time he battles a mysterious UFO that later transforms into a mysterious kaiju dubbed Orga. They meet up for the final showdown in the city of Shinjuku.
Director(s): Takao Okawara
  1 nomination.
99 min


You sure it'll come?

I'd be damned if I disappointed

an important client.

Our budget for this research

is already too low.

Io, do you read me?

Roger, loud and clear.

Turn west 18 degrees.


What's that?

Changes in density of scattering plasma are

expressed in the form of voltage regulation.

In other words, when a charge

fluctuation occurs on the earth's surface,

the plasma in the sky above

is induced to the ground.

A kind of systematic law is created between

the plasma and the tremor in the ground.

In short, it's a seismometer.

And what do you figure out with it?

You are slow, Auntie.


The seismic center does not move.

If it moves at a fixed speed...

It's coming, Dad.

It's here, it's coming...

We still can't contact the Ocean Queen.

Maybe they headed to a different

port because of this fog.

Or maybe they're having

problems with their radio.




Recently, the ocean seems unsettled.

All we can do is drink,

isn't it, brother?

What are you saying?

You're always drunk.

Look, it's closing time.

It's an earthquake!

If you want to get out, now's the time.

I'm okay.

Better still,

worry about your own daughter.

Io is my partner.

Here we go!

Too close.

Dad! Come on! Faster!

- Thank you very much.

- Thank you.

You're rather young for a deputy

chief cabinet secretary.

You're also chief of

Crisis Control Intelligence Agency.

It went up to Level 3.

Excuse me.

Level 3?


Are you saying it landed?

At Nemuro.

Get ready to dispatch the National Guard.

The area is fogbound.

It would be difficult to dispatch.


Io! Steady! Steady!

- It's better, isn't it?

- Not at all!

Why don't you take some photos?

That's what you came here for, right?

Honestly, I didn't want to take this job!

I've got enough!

You better replace the film.

Run! Move it!

Does Godzilla hate the energy

created by human beings?

Ibaraki Prefecture Kashima Nada-eki

Japan Trench

Finished installing a

G Sensor at Point 23.

Depth is 5,300 feet.

Heading ten degrees right!

It's like a forest of chimneys.

What's that?

You said you'd give me a job with

a computer magazine after Nemuro.

We can't make stories without pictures.

Even a little radioactivity, though harmless

to your body, can ruin your film.

Continue the hunt!

I have to deal with that family again?

Don't complain.

I have a headache.

Is this Kimura from Matsushima?

- This is Shinoda from Tokyo.

- Hi.

The data you just sent me...

That's right.

The temperature of the sea water off Kinkazan

at 38 degrees and 15 minutes north

is a little higher.

- Here, you have to grab it really tight.

- Okay.

Excuse me,

is the Godzilla Prediction Network here?

- Network?

- Yes.

Well... eh... you see,

go over there, turn left,

and then turn right.

That's the short cut.

Turn left, then right?

- Get moving! Move your hands!

- I'm sorry.

Anyway, go to the left, and you'll see.

- Okay?

- Yes.

What's wrong?

Excuse me, Ichinose here.

How's the concentration of radioactivity?

Normal. Good.

How about the seismometer?

Excuse me?

Here is a contract you need

to sign before we continue.

"Admission fee:
200,000 yen.

Monthly dues:
50,000 yen. "

- What's this?

- For membership.

The members will predict

the damage by Godzilla

and study the right investment

and business strategy.

I'm not planning to be a member

of your Godzilla club, you see?

I just want to continue my work.

If you want to continue your work,

you need to be a member.

Mr. Shinoda!

I'm in charge of managing this club.

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