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Godzilla King of the Monster

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World War II GODZILLA: KING of the MONSTERS BOOM! The atomic bomb drops on Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan in 1945. Giving off deadly amounts of radiation. A tuna fish fish boat named Daigo Fukuryu Maru was expose to a nuclear fallout at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall islands in the Pacific Ocean. The test was made by the U.S. The Daigo Fukuryu Maru before the nuclear test. Atomic bombing 1945: The terror of the Atomic Bomb 1954: Daigo Fukury Maru
Godzilla 1955: Godzilla raid Again 1956: Godzilla King of the Monsters 1962: Godzilla vs King Kong 1964: King Ghidorah, the three headed monster 1964:Mothra vs. Godzilla 1965: Invasion of the Astro-Monster 1954:Godzilla is born/ The Tuna Boat Daigo Fukuryu video In the year 1954,Godzilla was born. It was made in the same year when one of the crew members of Daigo Fukuryu died. Godzilla 1954 trailer 1962: Godzilla vs. King Kong In this movie it's the Americans(King Kong) vs. Japanese(Godzilla). This movie represents world war 2 between the Americans and Japanese. There are two versions of this movie. The American version and the Japanese version, both have different endings. In the American version Kin Kong won, but in the Japanese version Godzilla won. But this is only a myth. This film consider the best film in Godzilla history. 1964: Godzilla vs Mothra/the Thing 1966: Godzilla vs Sea Monster 1967: Son of Godzilla 1968: Destroy all monsters 1969: Godzilla's Revenge 1971: Godzilla vs. Hedorah 1972: Godzilla vs Gigan 1973: Godzilla vs Megalon 1974: Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla 1975: Terror of Mechagodzilla 1985: Godzilla 1985 1989: Godzilla vs Biollante 1991: Godzilla vs King Ghidorah 1992: Godzilla & Mothra: The Battle for Earth 1993: Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla 2 1994: Godzilla vs Space Godzilla 1999: Godzilla 2000 2000: Godzilla vs Megagurius 2001: Godzilla, Mothra & King Ghidorah 2002: Godzilla against mechagodzilla 2003: Godzilla Tokyo S.O.S 2004: Godzilla: Final wars It all about he King of monsters Godzilla
Born: 1954
Died: Never dies
Height: 200- 400 ft
Weight : 100- 60,000 tons 1995:Godzilla vs Destroyah The King Godzilla aka the King of the monsters, is a kaiju "strange beast" in Japanese or giant monster. The word Godzilla(gojira) is a combination of the words gorira(gorilla) and kujira(whale). These two words fit Godzilla's description. He is bulk in size and is aquatic. He has become a world phenomenon in pop culture, and is a icon. He represents a nuclear weapon, influenced by the atomic bombings in Hiroshima, and Nagasaki Japan, and Daigo Fukuryu Maru. Creature: Tomoyuki Tanaka Godzilla Bio Features:
Godzilla features have not change drastically over the years, along with his characteristics. He's roar has not change but it has a higher pitch. Also his shape is the same. He has gray, bumpy, rough skin. His skin color however, changes through out movies. It's sometimes dark gray, gray, or just black. In black and white films he was thought to be green. Godzilla is like a super dinosaur and was described as one. He has a very powerful tail, as a head of a T-Rex, ridged dorsal fins like a stegosaurus, and his arm and heck of an Iguanodon. His face and body has differed from every film. He became more of a heroic figure, manly to children, which became a large audience from 1965-1978 in the showa period.
Godzilla was green in cartoons and toys. Features continue: Godzilla's most well know capabilities is his atomic breath
Is able to fight both on land and water
And is aquatic and terrestrial. 1964: Ghidorah the three headed monster/Godzilla vs. Ghidorah In this movie it's Godzilla Vs. Ghidorah (Three Head Dragon/Monster). Ghidorah is a alien monster from the planet mars. Which comes to earth tries to destroy the planet, but then come Godzilla, Rodan, and Mothra, to save the day in theis epic battle. In this epic movie it Godzilla vs Mothra. Godzilla is awake for his sleep by a people going under construction. Angrier Godzilla causes Rampage through Tokyo. It's up to Mothra and her offspring to save Tokyo. Godzilla vs Mothra Poster G O D Z I L L A T I M E L I N E 1965: The Invasion of the Astro-Monster Aliens for the Planet X ask for help from earth to have Godzilla , and Rodan to protect them from King Ghidorah. But the aliens want to use all three to take over earth. 1966: Godzilla vs The Sea Monster In this movie Godzilla is awaken from is sleep by lightning and has to defeat a monster named Ebirah. 1967: Son of Godzilla In this movie scientist work on a weather experiment on a tropical island, and find Godzilla protect his new born son from a group of Giant Mantises. 1968: Destroy all monsters In this epic movies aliens realese Godzilla, and all the other monster from monster island to destroy the worlds major cities. It's up to a team of rocket X-2 to destroy the aliens hide out and save them from the destruction of Ghidorah and the other monsters. 1969: Godzilla's Revenge In this movie a school bullied kid imagines himself on monster island and befriends The King of the Monster's son who is also getting bullied. 1971: Godzilla vs. Hedorah Thanks to Earth pollution a monster is born. Hedorah, the smog monster destroys Japan by releasing toxic gas wherever it goes. It's up to Godzilla to defeat this toxic beast once and for all. The first movie of Godzilla was taken very serious. It was no joking matter, even the movie itself was taken serious. Citations: "Godzilla Movie Listing." Godzilla Movie Listing. Toho Co. Ltd., n.d. Web. 01 May 2013. Godzilla Cultural Impact Toho invested 60 million yen for the first Godzilla movie. It was three times the budget of most Japanese films. Godzilla is the world's oldest film franchise, and is also longest. Godzilla is Japanses most durable cultural export. Godzilla even has admires. For college professors, to North Korea's dictators.Godzilla is also a pioneer somewhat. He is the first creation of postwar japanese culture. Also to get multinational "exposure and a claim." He has influence japanese invention that have became major in pop culture. Like ultra man, speed racer, power rangers, and pokemon. He has been in a Rose Parade, he has won a MTV life time award, even Mia Farrow said that Godzilla was her favorite movie. In America huge cats, dogs, hamster have been named Godzilla. Some people even combine the suffix zilla with other words. He has even be place in the the National FatherHood Initiative for a commercial. "Godzilla and Postwar Japan." UCLA International Institute. UCLA International Institute, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013. In some of the Godzilla movies they talk about issues more then just nuclear weapons. Like bullying in Godzilla movie (Godzilla's Revenge), pollution (Godzilla vs. Hedorah), and greed (Godzilla vs. Mothra/The Thing. Godzilla had themes as well. They weren't deep in thought but were simple. In Godzilla vs King Kong the theme was a anti- American views. It was basically a showdown between Japan and America. There was a myth that Godzilla won in the Japanese version of the film and King Kong won in the American version, but there was only one version and in the movie it was a tie. In the 1954 Godzilla it's theme was basically about the memory on World War 2. It refers to specify to the bombings and the nuclear testing. But as the years progress Godzilla becomes a protector of Japan and not a enemy. At the same time he his not always friendly and can be unpredictable. Also he then becomes force of nature like volcanoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes. This make him unpredictable in which makes the Japanese vulnerable. The Godzilla movies reflect periods of time of vulnerability. Such as to multinational, political, and economic force far from Japan control. Like the Cold War, and the oil shocks (1970s). "Godzilla vs. Gigan." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Mosura Tai Gojira." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Godzilla's Revenge." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Destroy All Monsters." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Son of Godzilla." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013. "Godzilla Versus the Sea Monster." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Invasion of Astro-Monster." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster." IMDb. IMDb.com, n.d. Web. 01 May 2013.

"King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)." King Kong vs. Godzilla. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 May 2013. Reflection In the research process I learned, it can be hard to find what you need. When i was looking up Godzilla I had to be careful what site to go on because some of them are bias and only express someones personal perspective of Godzilla. So I only pick the sites the was made by Toho Studios or the UClA International Institute and any other reliable website. At first when I was trying to pick a topic it was difficult for me. So using a guide i used in my composition unit it help me. So following the research process helps.
Taking notes can be difficult if you're not using the correct site. Sometimes the site my not have all the info you need or it gives you the wrong information. Plus the info could be someones personal feelings about the topic. Such as fan sites, Wikipedia, wiki, or Godzilla Throne and some other websites i found that are not the best reliable. Unlike those sites i used Toho Kingdom, UCIA International Institute, and Imdb.
Planning was very in important in this research process other wise you are stuck and don't know what to do. I did not plan all of this on paper but in my head. Which i shouldn't have done because sometimes i would forget what I had to do and i rarely looked at the rubric for guidance. I only look at it a couple of times and started working on it. I was taking notes the wrong notes on Wikipedia, so i had to find some other website which was hard because most of this sites I were bias.
I had trouble just taking notes in turn took me a long time. I should of had a plan where I would find reliable website and than take notes. Also I should have figure which part of the multi-genre I should do first. I was mainly going back and fore. Next time I would have a plan, find reliable websites, and make sure to use the rubric and follow step by step. This way I would do better next time in the future. Otherwise I will end up doing what I did last time. In the is project I learn a lot besides the planning and the research processes.
I learn a lot about Godzilla most of this info I did not know about him. At first I all I knew about Godzilla was that he was created by Toho, he is a giant monster, and someone was in that suite. But now I know that he was more than that. He was a pop cultural phenomenon, and a icon. He demonstrates Japan vulnerability to the world in all the movies. He was in comic books, video games, and tv shows. He's roar was used in some other non Toho movies as well. This is why he is called King of the Monsters. 1972: Godzilla vs Gigan Aliens plan to take over the Earth by using Gigan and Ghidorah, by controlling them. But the only thing that can stop them is Godzilla, and Anguirus. IMDb. IMDb.com, 1990-2013. Web. 02 May 2013. "Godzilla and Postwar Japan - UCTV - University of California Television." Godzilla and Postwar Japan - UCTV - University of California Television. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 May 2013.
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