Not Rated | | Action, Family, Sci-Fi
A new Godzilla causes the JSDF to construct a cyborg countermeasure from the original monster's remains. The beast's restless soul is discovered to inhabit the machine as the pilot must learn to find value in her own life.
Like the other films in Toho's Millennium Series, this was intended to be a standalone film. After production had completed, director Masaaki Tezuka approached producer Shogo Tomiyama with the idea for a sequel. It was filmed the next year as Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2003). Contrary to popular belief, a second sequel was never intended.
Kiryu has a life too. Why must it fight Godzilla when they should be friends? It thinks so.
In the blackout, all the lights go out, even the cars.
There is a scene after the end credits.