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Monster X Strikes Back [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Natsuki Katô, Kazuki Alex Kato, Kei Akazawa, Kon Arimura, Niclas Ericsson
  • Réalisateurs : Minoru Kawasaki
  • Scénaristes : Masakazu Migita
  • Producteurs : Minoru Kawasaki, Kôichi Shiota, Masanobu Suzuki, Shinobu Suzuki, Shuntarô Kanai
  • Format : Doublé, Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Japonais, Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Tokyo Shock
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 30 juin 2009
  • Durée : 98 minutes
  • ASIN: B0021BSOFY
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 163.271 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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No Classic, but Amusing Enough 13 juillet 2009
Par Robert H. Knox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I like this one better than most online reviewers do. Mind you: on fire it's not going to set the world, and the humor is sophomoric, at best. But MONSTER X STRIKES BACK is amusing in its goofy fashion, and what else would you expect from the director of THE CALAMARI WRESTLER?

I, too, would like to have seen more monster action with Guilala, who was last seen in 1967's THE X FROM OUTER SPACE. (LONG overdue for a USA DVD release, though I have the Japanese DVD, which is fine) The costume and FX are so similar to the '67 film that you have to believe it was by design. Guilala's foe, Take-Majin, parodies both Dai Majin and Ultraman-type characters, and is voiced by "Beat" Takashi Kitano (ZATOICHI). Though the jokes are sometimes amusing, better actors and writing would have been helpful...again, the lousy acting may have been on purpose.

Old-time kaiju fans will note the presence of Yosuke Natsuki (DOGORA) and Susumu Kurobe (ULTRAMAN) as military officials. And, yes, that is Toshiya Wazaki as Dr. Sano. Wazaki portrayed CAPTAIN Sano, Commander of AAB-Gamma, in THE X FROM OUTER SPACE.

Not a total fiasco, but a coulda-woulda-shoulda sort of movie. Fans of classic kaiju eiga should find it reasonably diverting. As always for Tokyo Shock, video quality is fine...TS has released many worthwhile discs of these Japanese titles, and I hope they release more.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Makes Godzilla's Revenge look like fine Cinema 10 juillet 2009
Par D.J.J - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
If you love giant monster movies this is probably not for you.
The acting is so bad it's painful to watch, I'm suprised the actors
could keep a straight face during the goings on.
When I saw this I was hoping for a remake along the lines of what
was done with the Gamera franchise but no such luck.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
warning sense of humor required. 13 septembre 2009
Par Tim J. Bean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I have heard several fans of Japanese giant monster movies panning this movie. I've heard that it is stupid or silly. The fact is that the movie is all that. It is a fine parody of all the goofier parts of paticularly 60's and 70's kaiju films. Serious fans who take these movies a little too seriously don't want to admit that some of the jokes are dead on. There are plenty of silly moments from all of kaiju history to pull from. Then there is the very un-pc political and ethnic humor to add into the mix. Yes, most of the jokes are easy and not very deep, but if you are willing to pur your pretense on hold you just might get a few laughs out of this movie.
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Lighten Up People! It's intentionally stupid. 29 août 2009
Par new yorker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This a a political parody about international relations specifically "The Group of Eight (G8, and formerly the G6 or Group of Six) is a forum, created by France in 1975, for governments of eight nations of the northern hemisphere: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States; in addition, the European Union is represented within the G8, but cannot host or chair.[1] "G8" can refer to the member states or to the annual summit meeting of the G8 heads of government." (see G8 on Wikipedia for more detail. The Kaiju Guilala was used as a plot device as was his foe, Take-Majin, who parodies both Dai Majin and Ultraman-type characters. Apologies to the fans of 1967's THE X FROM OUTER SPACE but Guilala made Gappa look scary. He was the perfect choice for this film.

I think the one outstanding problem with this version is with so many characters speaking their native languages some of the parody gets lost in the translation. That said , if all else fails ,the nuclear suppository should convince you not to take it seriously. If you do , you have no sense of humor or clue as to the point the film was attempting to make regarding international politics and globalization.
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Gloriously Goofy Homage to Classic Kaiju Films - Just Bring Your Sense of Humor Along for the Ride 16 février 2015
Par G-Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Despite the other reviews stating that this movie is basically a comedy, I went into it not really knowing what to expect. I therefore purchased my copy of Monster X Strikes Back - Attack the G8 Summit, with some trepidation. As a long time kaiju fan, there's nothing that puts a smile on my face like some good old-fashioned man-in-suit-stomping-cheesy-miniature-buildings, giant monster action. And when you end up having two or more of those monsters in the same film, duking it out and putting the smackdown on one another - well, that's just the icing on the cake.

That being said, I will also admit that I usually like my giant monster action to have at least some serious overtones, ala Godzilla Raids Again, or Godzilla vs Mothra. I suppose that the aforementioned "comedy" aspect was my greatest fear when I first put this disc into my DVD player. Even my beloved King Kong vs Godzilla, possibly my favorite kaiju film of all time, was not what I would consider an outright comedy, though it does contain many amusing bits. I was almost expecting Monster X to be as groan-worthy and cringe-inducing as such films as Godzilla's Revenge, or Godzilla on Monster Island. Even though I am happy to have them in my DVD collection, I can honestly say that I very seldom watch those titles, for just those very reasons.

Much to my joy and relief, Monster X Strikes Back proved to be a deliriously delightful, modern-day kaiju film. While a great deal of the film is indeed played for laughs (some of which fall pretty flat), the overall look and feel of it brings back wonderful memories of Saturday afternoon matinees, watching giant monsters cavort on the screen, when all the while, we puny humans are trying to concoct any number of outlandish schemes to try and subdue them. Monster X (aka Guilala) himself is about as goofy-looking a kaiju as has ever appeared in any film of this type, having been introduced 40 years earlier in 1968's The X From outer Space. This 2008 homage is not really a sequel to that earlier film, though it does contain a few not-so-obscure references to its predecessor.

With all the good things Monster X Strikes Back has going for it, there are definitely a few aspects of it I would have liked to have seen handled in a bit different way. Such as Guilala's giant adversary near the end of the film, the "legendary" Take-Majin. While impressive in his glittering gold cheesiness, his propensity for rattling off one-liners and snide comments directed at his opponent is something I could have easily done without. The same can be said for a couple of the ridiculously hair-brained schemes devised by the G8 attendees to rid the Earth of Guilala. And why in the world does the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom not have even the slightest trace of a British accent? Watching the trailer, I thought perhaps he was supposed to be the U.S. President. And last but not least, there's is Guilala's little "dance" midway through the movie, which, while amusing, was fortunately kept mercifully short. One thing I did appreciate a lot, is that involvement of cutesy little Japanese kids, while alluded to with a knowing wink, was kept to a minimum. Goodness knows the adult actors involved acted childish enough (in particular, the world "leaders"), without having to resort to adding little kids to the mix!

But these few things aside, I really cannot help but give Monster X Strikes Back a solid four stars. Had I written this review immediately after my first viewing, I may have leaned more toward a three star rating. But a subsequent viewing proved to be even more enjoyable, as I think I may have finally "got it" the second time around. Even if you are a die-hard kaiju fan from years gone by, as long as you are willing to accept the idea of someone have a good bit of fun with the genre, while at the same time, delivering a lovingly warped homage to it, you might just find yourself enjoying Monster X Strikes Back - Attack the G8 Summit, as much as I did.
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