Conclusion: Godzilla Vs Biollante entertains and leaves its viewers with something to think about when it's finished. The film satisfies core Godzilla action elements but also more than dabbles in some scientific, moral, and emotional aspects that round the movie into finer form than would be possible if it eschewed the drama and focused more on expanding the already exciting action. It's a well-balanced film and one that should be well-received amongst its target audience.
Conclusion: If we were regularly being hit with movies like this, Godzilla vs. Biollante might very well seem insufferable. But taken on its own, without context or overfamiliarity, this late-'80s monster movie isn't so bad. Echo Bridge's relatively speedy Blu-ray is better than expected, with its satisfactory language options, passable feature presentation, and solid accompaniment.
Summary: Godzilla Vs. Biollante is a pretty decent later era entry in the long running fan favorite series with a couple of interesting twists, a few decent monster battles and some pretty solid effects work. The Blu-ray release from Echo Bridge isn’t flawless but it should make a welcome addition to the collection of any Godzilla fan and it comes recommended.
Excerpt: By 1989, Japan learned to cope with the target aimed at the heart of their cities. After dunking the titular Godzilla into a volcano just prior to the events of Godzilla vs Biollante , the country established a four-tiered warning system. It’s based on Godzilla’s presence, activity, and sightings. Smart, as they’re treating Godzilla as a natural disaster that will most likely return.