Godzilla 2000

An unidentified flying object terrorizing Tokyo attracts an aggressive dinosaur mutant.
Japan
1999
Feature Film
Realism: 
Supernatural
Translated
Animals: 
Dinosaur
Imaginary
Government: 
Army
Catastrophes: 
Apocalypse
Biohazard
Collapse
Earthquake
Explosion
Extinction
Fire
Dimensional: 
Spaceman
Giant: 
Kaiju
Behemoth
Infected: 
Irradiated
4
A major up-scale!
8
4
5.04
6
1
4
1
Photography
Editing
Effects
Introducing a 3-D computer generated monster that is nothing like the innocent kaiju renders we've had so far in the franchise, Godzilla 2000 marks the beginning of a new era for Toho's most popular collection. America gave us its tailored digital adaptation in 1998 and now the Japanese are at it, too. The CG process is mostly photo-realistic and the creature design is fairly loyal.
The camera work makes the beast look huge, threatening and more bestial than ever. The "guy in the suit" isn't the first thing that jumps at you, anymore. The film’s vulnerabilities are charming, as they always were. No matter how realistic Godzilla is made to be, visual flaws are sprinkled across; proof the popular studio's persisting nostalgia and respect for tradition.
The narrative makes the human angle more compelling than your average Godzilla sequel does by making us care about a smart kid, a reporter and a couple of simpletons; not just good old military. What at first behaves as a second or third reboot reveals something grander: a new opponent. Sadly, the new kaiju is a poorly designed UFO mesh and it's true shape takes far too long to manifest...
Alternate Titles: 
Godzilla 25
G2K: Godzilla 2000
Gojira ni-sen mireniamu
G2K: Millenium
Godzilla 2000: Millennium
Godzilla Millenium
Gojira 2000