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All Monsters Attack

A movie directed by Inoshiro Honda

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A Quick Tip by RabidChihuahua

  • Sep 24, 2013
Considered by many Godzilla fans to be one of the lowest points in the whole Godzilla franchise, All Monsters Attack aka Godzilla's Revenge is admittedly, a guilty pleasure for me.  There's no question that this is a bad movie, but its sheer absurdity and hokey execution makes it far too amusing to lump this with the likes of the 1998 Godzilla movie or Pluto Nash.

This is another one of those movies that's great for one of those nights to invite your friends over to your place, get drunk, and laugh at a bad movie.
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October 02, 2013
This movie has a considerable entertainment value which is what the fans really crave.
September 25, 2013
agree totally, man! I get a kick watching these movies!
September 25, 2013
What's funny is that I haven't seen many of these "campy" Godzilla movies in 11-12 years, and seeing this one in particular was a hoot after I have matured so much since the last time I saw Godzilla's Revenge (the last time I saw this prior to two days ago was back in the summer of 2002).
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review by . May 02, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: You get to see all the great monsters on Monster Island     Cons: Minya ----- grrrrrrrr     The Bottom Line: Not worth the time or the trouble     Although Godzilla does make a rudimentary appearance in this movie, it is really the story of a lonely ‘latch-key' child with one heck of an imagination. It was also way too close to that irritating Home Alone series of movies for my taste.      The boy, Tomonon Yazaki, …
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A young boy's active imagination places him on Monster Island where he meets Minya, Godzilla's son. Using lessons he learned from Godzilla and Minya, the boy outwits and captures some thieves while also overcoming a bully in his real life.
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Director: Inoshiro Honda
Release Date: 1969
MPAA Rating: G
DVD Release Date: Simitar Entertainment (May 05, 1998)
Runtime: 1hr 10min
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