Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000)

tohogojirataimegagirasujshmetsusakusen2000godzillavsmsl0Godzilla vs. Megaguirus is a 2000 film directed by Masaaki Tezuka and written by Hiroshi Kashiwabara and Wataru Mimura. Japan is threatened not only by Godzilla, but by a gigantic flying monster and its legions of hungry larva. As the monsters go at it, the Japanese military scrambles to destroy all them all.

An experimental satellite-based weapon that fires miniature black holes, called the Dimension Tide, opens a wormhole through which a giant prehistoric dragonfly enters the present and deposits a single egg before exiting through the wormhole. A boy finds the egg and takes it with him when he moves to Tokyo. The egg starts oozing a strange liquid, so the boy throws the egg in the sewer. The egg, actually a mass of hundreds of eggs, splits up and starts growing when exposed to water, hatching into giant dragonfly larva called Meganulon that come out of the sewer to feed. They flood a portion of the city and moult on the sides of buildings, becoming adult Meganula.

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8 thoughts on “Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000)”

  1. You can click the play button on Crackle until the cows come home and it still won’t play. And they are USA cows.

  2. It just starts right up when you load the page here. I will say that the way they programmed the flash player leaves a lot to be desired.

  3. I’m tired of clicking on Crackle’s Godzilla movies and not have them play. They shouldn’t advertise movies if you can’t watch them.

    1. I have found no issues with Crackle. Check your own stuff. Crackle is about as reliable as anything else on the web, which is mostly pretty good.

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