Godzilla: Final Wars

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Godzilla: Final Wars
Directed byRyuhei Kitamura
Produced byShogo Tomiyama
Written byIsao Kiriyama
Wataru Mimura
StarringMasahiro Matsuoka
Rei Kikukawa
Don Frye
Maki Mizuno
Kazuki Kitamura
Kane Kosugi
Kumi Mizuno
Kenji Sahara
Akira Takarada
Music byKeith Emerson
Production
companies
Toho Company, Ltd.
CP International
Zazou Productions
Napalm Films
Distributed byToho (Japan)
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (US)
Release date
  • December 4, 2004 (2004-12-04) (Japan)
  • December 13, 2005 (2005-12-13) (United States)
Running time
125 minutes
CountriesJapan
United States
China
Australia
LanguagesEnglish
Japanese

Godzilla: Final Wars is a 2004 Japanese-American action-comedy adventure science-fiction giant monster film produced by Toho Co, Ltd. and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. as the 50th anniversary of the Godzilla. as well the 29'th film of Godzilla series.

Plot[change | change source]

in 2005, Gotengo joined forces with Godzilla takes against all creatures, Zilla, King Ceasar, Anguirus, Kamacuras, Kumonga, Ebirah, Hedorah, Gigan, Manda, Xiliens and Monster X/Kaizer Ghidorah. protected the humans include, Minilla itself.


Cast[change | change source]

  • Masahiro Matsuoka as Shinichi Ozaki
  • Rei Kikukawa as Miyuki Otonashi
  • Don Frye as Captain Douglas Gordon
  • Maki Mizuno as Anna Otonashi
  • Kazuki Kitamura as The X/Xillien Controller
  • Kane Kosugi as Katsunori Kazama
  • Kenji Sahara as Hachiro Jinguji
  • Masami Nagasawa and Chihiro Otsuka as Shobijin twins
  • Shigeru Izumiya as Samon Taguchi
  • Masakatsu Funaki as Commander Kumasaka
  • Masatō Ibu as Xilien General
  • Jun Kunimura as Major Kumoro
  • Akira Takarada as Naotaro Daigo
  • Kenta Suga as Kenta Taguchi
  • Tsutomu Kitagawa as Godzilla
  • Naoko Kamio as Minilla, Rodan
  • Kazuhiro Yoshida as Gigan, Hedorah
  • Toshihiro Ogura as Keizer Ghidorah, Anguirus, Ebirah
  • Motokuni Nakagawa as Monster X, King Caesar


Release[change | change source]

The film was released in Japan, December 4, 2004 by Toho and United States in DVD, December 13, 2005 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.