Godzilla 2000 is cheesy, laughable, and good entertaining fun.
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  • Godzilla 2000 is cheesy, laughable, and good entertaining fun.
  • Godzilla 2000 is cheesy, laughable, and good entertaining fun.

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Godzilla 2000 is a novel written by and published in 1997. It takes place in various places in the United States between 1998 and 2000. Following a few months after 's attack on Japan in the previous novel, , a team of teenagers is recruited by the U.S. military to train for a possible reappearance by the monster. However, another menace appears: a cloud of asteroids unleashes a horde of monsters on Earth. Although a number of monsters appear--Kamacuras, Rodan, Varan, and Mothra--Godzilla only fights King Ghidorah.

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Godzilla 2000 (2000) - Rotten Tomatoes

Godzilla 2000 has a very busy plot--arguably too busy. Eschewing the comparatively focused plot design of Godzilla Returns, Cerasini seems to be trying to toss in as many monsters and as much action as he can, not all of which really need to be there. Rodan's role is particularly unimportant, and inconsistent. In this book, the soaring saurian also happens to be an Eskimo Thunderbird who chit-chats with an ancient shaman in his dreams before appearing, thus creating an anticipation for the monster's purposeful presence. Rodan seems to be intelligent at first, and the fact that she (yes, it's a female Rodan) appears conveniently at the time of King Ghidorah's approach seems to suggest that she is going to help fight the terror dragon. Unfortunately, once she shows her horny head, Rodan acts more or less like a stupid animal, flapping around, eating planes, and eventually laying an egg on Mt. Rushmore. (The sequence in which she is discovered to have laid the egg is particularly confusing; four hours earlier she had been hiding in a lake and no one could find her, then suddenly she bursts out of the water and miraculously has a nest on our president's noggins, which Cerasini informs us she has been working on for twelve hours. How she was secretly building a nest while resting on the bottom of a lake that the military has been closely observing is anyone's guess.) In short, despite my affection for the pterodactyl monster, and despite some very exciting action sequences, she shouldn't be in this book.