Godzilla (1998) (part 3 of 10)

Then we find some jeeps traveling down a dirt road in (I’m going to the captions here, folks) “Great Pedro Bluff — Jamaica”. We find Nick, Dr. Sneezy, and NewsRadio Chick all being driven along in a jeep, while NewsRadio Chick asks Nick about the time he spent in Chernobyl. “How did Mrs. Tatah-polis handle that?” See, his name is hard to pronounce. He says he’s not married, and doesn’t have a girlfriend. NewsRadio Chick gets all excited and asks if there’s anyone who “holds a special place in your heart.” Nick says there hasn’t been anyone “for a long time now”, but we know better, don’t we?

NewsRadio Chick says that even though he might not be the right guy for this job, “I think you’re cute!” Hey, what some people call “unwanted advances”, NewsRadio Chick calls “charm”. Nick acts all humble, and then some helicopters fly overhead. We then cut to yet another pair of helicopters shot from above as they straddle a dirt road. There are no giant tracks this time, and instead the road leads directly to the Japanese cannery boat, now a wreck on the shore. Okay, so how did a ship that was sunk in the South Pacific wash up on the shore of a beach in Jamaica?

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Multi-Part Article: Godzilla (1998)

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  • Unknown 1081

    OK, this movie is bad; having watched the 2014 American version of Godzilla, that version is FAR better than this one. No wonder Toho went back into the Godzilla-filmmaking business after this one…

    Can you imagine how the 2014 Godzilla (or the Japanese Toho Godzilla) would have reacted to the military? My response: He would have busted up laughing at them, and then destroyed them…