films seen
4
average score
4.25*
nationality
Japan - 54 years old
status
Alive and kicking
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Rare treats

Blame!

by Hiroyuki Seshita
Specifics
2017 / 110m - Japan
Genre
Sci-fi, Animation
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rating
4.5*/5.0*
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Blame! poster

It's far edgier than I imagined it to be. They left Nihei's appeal and style intact, the action sequences are brutal and the mega structure looks as cool as it does in the manga.

Godzilla: Monster Planet

by Hiroyuki Seshita, Kobun Shizuno
Also known as
Gojira: Kaiju Wakusei
Specifics
2017 / 89m - Japan
Genre
Sci-fi, Action, Animation
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rating
4.5*/5.0*
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Godzilla: Monster Planet poster

If you're an anime and/or sci-fi fan and you're up for a little Gojira action mixed with hardcore sci-fi, this is by far the best entry in the franchise so far. Bring on the sequels.

The good stuff

Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle

by Hiroyuki Seshita, Kobun Shizuno
Also known as
Gojira: Kessen Kido Zoshoku Toshi
Specifics
2018 / 101m - Japan
Genre
Sci-fi, Action, Animation
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rating
4.0*/5.0*
Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle poster

Middle part in the animated trilogy. There's quite a lot of downtime before the actual battle with Gojira starts, but Seshita and Shizuno know how to build up the a sprawling finale. The animation is amazing, the scifi elements thorough and Gojira is absolutely menacing. Can't wait for part 3.

Godzilla: The Planet Eater

by Hiroyuki Seshita, Kobun Shizuno
Also known as
Gojira: Hoshi Wo Ku Mono
Specifics
2018 / 91m - Japan
Genre
Sci-fi
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rating
4.0*/5.0*
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Godzilla: The Planet Eater poster

A worthy finale to the trilogy. Low on action, but that shouldn't come as a surprise to those who've seen the previous films (a must). Instead Planet Eater takes a more philosophical route, while still delivering some monumental visuals. It's a most welcome addition to the Gojira franchise, though true fans will beg to differ.