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Martin concludes that Ghidorah's true form exists in another plane of existence and is being guided by someone in their universe, Haruo finding it to be Metphies who had replaced his right eye with the amulet he repaired with the nanometal.
Metphies proceeds to reveal that his people devoted themselves to Ghidorah since learning the absolute truth that their universe is finite and fated to destruction, having worked to offer the monster planets to feed on.
Proceeding to telepathically assault Haruo, Metphies explains that the human's hatred towards Godzilla made him an ideal offering and tells Haruo that he must submit himself to Ghidorah as its witness to enable its full manifestation.
Maina and Dr. Martin use the Houtuan god 's egg to psychically reach Haruo and reveal how to stop Ghidorah, Haruo learning that Metphies orchestrated the deaths of the Tau Ceti e exploration party so they could be "saved".
At the same time, Haruo recalls the charm he lost the day he fled from Earth as a boy. Its image of flowers reminds him of the meaning of his name, "Spring", and the power of hope to overcome despair.
Haruo then breaks free and cracks Metphies' amulet, causing Ghidorah to become affected by Earth's physics and be ultimately defeated by Godzilla.
Metphies dies telling Haruo that Ghidorah will always be watching him as long as he lives. Time passes as survivors bury their weapons and integrate into Houtua society, with Maina pregnant with Haruo's child.
Martin tells Haruo that he got the last remaining Vulture mech working, having discovered how to use Mechagodzilla's nanometal in Yuko's body as a tool to rebuild civilization as it was.
Haruo's right eye stings, hearing Metphies's voice that this turn of events would ensure Ghidorah's eventual return to their reality.
Taking Yuko with him, telling Maina that there are times when people face a day where they choose to fight a losing battle, Haruo provokes Godzilla into destroying him and all traces of the living nanometal for the good of the Houtua.
In a post-credits scene, Maina, showing signs of advancing age, watches a group of children conduct a ritual honoring Haruo, placing knotted strings representing their fears into a fire under a wooden effigy of a Vulture mech.
The English dubbed version was produced by Post Haste Digital. Takayuki Hattori returned to compose the soundtrack, marking it his fifth Godzilla film score.
XAI also returned to perform the film's theme song Live and Die. In May , a teaser poster revealed the film's title, release date, and potential appearance of King Ghidorah.
Godzilla: The Planet Eater premiered as the closing film at the Tokyo International Film Festival on November 3, , and was given a theatrical release in Japan on November 9, Joshua Meyer from SlashFilm stated "Rather than revert to a big dumb monster movie, The Planet Eater is able to balance its kaiju action with life-and-death concerns while wrapping up threads of character drama woven through the trilogy as a whole.
The movie plays with rich themes that might leave you thinking or scratching your head as you wait for the post-credits scene.
Fujita felt that getting through Part 1 and Part 2 was a "chore" but felt that Part 3 gave a "strong, more emotional payoff", stating, "While it took awhile to get there, the animated Godzilla trilogy ends with a fascinating chapter that — while unexpected — is worthy of the franchise.
Daniel Kurland from Den of Geek awarded the film 3 stars out of 5, feeling the animation was "lackluster" with "Regrettable" CG effects and Hattori's score was "questionable.
He also praised the film's themes of nihilism, hope, and harmony with nature but also calling them "polarizing", stating, "It's a rather extreme message, but this is far from the first pro-environmental Godzilla film.
If nothing else, you will be left mulling it over as the credits roll, which is probably exactly what the filmmakers intended.
Kai Hellberg from The Daily Free Press criticized the English dub, calling it "embellished" and particularly criticized the melodramatic delivery of Haruo.
He also felt the music was "out of place" and concluded by stating, "was not an outright failure. There are certainly captivating scenes and gorgeous animation.
But its primary fault is trying to be babied by the legacy of Godzilla, while under the guise of being a modern take on the franchise.
Instead it finds a way to make everything worse and leave a completely bitter taste after the movie comes to an end.
He concluded by stating the film "wastes any potential for saving the series and is an incredibly disappointing film overall. The sensation of watching this film is reminiscent of watching the disappointment from the Godzilla film Sony made in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Release date. Running time. SciFi Japan. Retrieved October 12, Box Office Mojo. Retrieved October 3, Retrieved December 28, Mori and Hamamoto stare in disbelief and terror as Ghidorah's head lunges directly at them.
They can only scream before Ghidorah's gravity crushes the ship and it completely explodes, killing all aboard. On the planet's surface, Martin loses contact with the Aratrum.
He and Josh look into the sky and see that it has suddenly turned black as cumulonimbus clouds begin to form.
Huge bolts of lightning strike the ground while three swirling vortexes appear in the sky. They retreat to the Houtua's watchtower and are joined by Haruo and Maina.
Black portals open inside the vortexes in the sky. Martin and Josh can find no explanation for the phenomena, as their computer is only registering a growing gravitational field.
The computer detects faint life signs on a nearby hill, and Haruo determines that Metphies must be behind this. He then leaves to confront Metphies.
The bizarre weather draws the attention of Godzilla, who awakens and begins to approach the portals in the sky. As Godzilla draws near, Ghidorah's head slithers down from one of the portals and approaches the ground.
Godzilla begins coursing with electromagnetic energy and fires his atomic breath at Ghidorah. Inexplicably, the beam seems to curve harmlessly around Ghidorah's head.
Godzilla charges and fires the beam again; this time it is reflected directly at the ground. Martin wonders if Ghidorah had somehow distorted the beam with gravity waves or bent space-time around it.
Josh says that the computer shows no sign of Godzilla's beam being reflected, and indicates that it fired in a straight line. In fact, he reports, the computer cannot detect Ghidorah at all, only the gravity wells in the sky.
Only their eyes and ears could perceive Ghidorah. Ghidorah lunges at Godzilla, who swipes at him with his hand.
Godzilla's hand phases harmlessly through Ghidorah, who circles behind Godzilla and bites down on his shoulder. Godzilla roars out in pain and tries to grab Ghidorah's neck, but his hand again completely phases through it.
Josh says the computer shows Godzilla's electromagnetic energy dropping, which Martin says is impossible since Godzilla was only bitten and his shield should protect him.
Godzilla swipes at Ghidorah with his tail, which also harmlessly passes through him. Josh detects further gravitational disturbances as two more heads emerge from the other portals and attack Godzilla, one biting his other shoulder and the other biting his leg.
Haruo passes through the Houtua village and heads to the hill. As he approaches he sees Ghidorah locked in battle with Godzilla. When he finally reaches the top of the hill, he finds Metphies watching the battle and Miana tied to a wooden structure.
Metphies tells Haruo that Miana is alive, and Haruo demands to know what Metphies has done. Metphies replies that he is finally fulfilling his divine purpose.
He has brought forth the Golden Demise: King Ghidorah. Haruo recognizes Ghidorah as the being which Metphies said destroyed the Exif homeworld.
Metphies explains that the purpose of life is to be an offering to Ghidorah. Planets are the seeds of civilization, and Godzilla is the fruit of civilization.
Ghidorah is that which harvests that fruit. There is no greater blessing than to meet one's end at the hands of Ghidorah, Metphies says.
He turns to face Haruo, showing that he has replaced one of his eyes with the Garbetrium crystal. As he stares into the glowing crystal, Haruo tries to reach Metphies only to collapse to the ground.
He finds himself inside a telepathic vision, inside which Metphies speaks to him. Metphies explains that long ago, the Exif scientifically advanced to the point they made contact with a higher-dimensional lifeform.
They learned that existence was finite and meaningless, and that the only path to eternity was to offer themselves to Ghidorah, something from beyond this existence.
Meanwhile, Godzilla continues unsuccessfully to struggle with Ghidorah, his attempts to grab the creature's necks resulting in his hand phasing through them.
Martin and Josh, observing the battle, determine that despite Godzilla's shield being activated, he is still taking damage from Ghidorah's assault.
Godzilla begins converting the electromagnetic energy in his body into heat, as he had done in his battle with Mechagodzilla City.
Godzilla's skin begins to crack and glow scarlet, as the area around him becomes superheated. Still, Ghidorah appears completely unaffected by the heat.
He continues biting down on Godzilla, and gradually the scarlet glow begins to disappear from his body. Martin and Josh determine that Ghidorah is absorbing the heat as fast as Godzilla can produce it.
As a result, Godzilla's body begins to cool as the surrounding heat vanishes without producing any steam. Martin finally determines that Ghidorah isn't from this dimension, and as such its physical laws don't apply to him.
Josh asks if this means Ghidorah can kill Godzilla, but Martin says it means he can destroy the entire planet.
Ghidorah begins to lift Godzilla into the air effortlessly, despite his incredible size. Martin says that since Ghidorah is from another universe, Godzilla is totally powerless against him.
From Godzilla's perspective, Ghidorah is essentially an illusion, but for Ghidorah Godzilla is physically present and can be attacked.
Martin realizes that the only way for an extradimensional creature like Ghidorah to operate in this dimension is if someone is guiding it, and that someone must be Metphies.
Martin declares that he has to go warn Haruo, but Maina insists on coming to save Haruo too, saying that he is already fighting with Ghidorah as well.
As Ghidorah lifts Godzilla further into the air, Josh notices that Godzilla's measurements are becoming impossible to detect as well, as if Ghidorah is eroding reality.
Within Haruo's vision, Metphies subjects him to events from his past such as the death of his parents and his harsh life aboard the Aratrum.
He tries to convince Haruo that the only way to have meaning in his life and achieve his goal of destroying Godzilla is to accept Ghidorah, to convince the rest of mankind that Ghidorah is the only path to salvation.
He brings Haruo to the Tanzawa Forest, near the wreckage of a Multipodal Battery. He asks Haruo if he is going to let all those who gave their lives against Godzilla die in vain.
A procession of soldiers who died in the fight against Godzilla begins walking past. Next, a gruesomely charred Eliott Leland emerges from the burning wreckage and asks Haruo why he won't do what is necessary.
The Nanometal-infected Yuko appears next to him, accusing Haruo of letting her die so that he can live with Miana and Maina instead. Next, Haruo finds himself inside a study, with a chalkboard containing various mathematical formulas.
He is transported inside a Boeing B Superfortress flying above a Japanese city , and witnesses an atomic bomb being dropped onto it.
Metphies, seated next to him in the cockpit, explains how humanity's scientific advancement led to the development of such terrible weapons and consequently the emergence of Godzilla himself, the instrument of human extinction.
In the real world, Maina brings Martin into the Houtua temple and into the passage containing the Egg left behind by the Houtua's God.
They place their hands onto the Egg, as Maina beseeches it to bring their message to Haruo. Hearing Maina's plea, the Egg enters Haruo's vision in the form of the adult Mothra.
Mothra flies over the B and tears Haruo free from the cockpit. As he falls from the sky, Haruo hears Maina and Martin contacting him. Martin explains that Metphies must be guiding Ghidorah in this dimension somehow, and Haruo realizes that Metphies is doing so through the Garbetrium crystal in his eye.
Ghidorah appears in the vision and engulfs Haruo, who next finds himself reliving the destruction of Mechagodzilla City from inside the Vulture.
He asks Metphies why he is showing him this, and is transported aboard the Aratrum. He witnesses Metphies handing an elderly passenger a bomb before he boards the Landing Ship bound for Tau-e.
Haruo realizes that it was Metphies who orchestrated the destruction of the ship all along. Daichi Tani and the other elderly passengers then appear before Haruo.
Daichi explains that they wanted to die, as it was a form of mercy, and asked Haruo to understand. Metphies continues subjecting Haruo to more visions.
Haruo finds himself as a child standing next to Metphies on the Aratrum launch pad once again, witnessing Godzilla appear over the horizon, but this time the shadows of Ghidorah's heads stretch across the ground.
Haruo frees his arm from Metphies' grasp and walks backwards to pick up the flower locket his parents had given him. This triggers a flashback of Haruo's parents watching him inside his crib as a baby.
They discuss his name, Haruo, which comes from the Japanese word for "spring. Haruo is whisked back aboard the Aratrum where Daichi pleads with him again to give in.
Haruo musters the strength to reject Daichi and grab him forcefully by the head. This snaps Haruo out of the vision, and he finds himself now holding Metphies by his head.
Haruo firmly rejects Metphies' ideology, saying he will not let Ghidorah destroy everything just so he can defeat Godzilla.
He presses onto the Garbetrium crystal with his thumb, shattering it. With the crystal destroyed, Ghidorah loses his connection to Metphies and becomes bound by this dimension's physics.
He shrieks and releases Godzilla, who finds that he can now make physical contact with his enemy. As he falls back to the ground, Godzilla courses with electromagnetic energy and swings his tail to fire a plasma cutter which produces a cloud of smoke and debris that extends all the way to the hill where Haruo is.
Ghidorah tries to bite down on Godzilla again, but he swings his tail at one of Ghidorah's necks, knocking it to the ground. The head cries out before dissipating into golden particles.
Godzilla grabs another head and tears off its lower jaw, causing it to vanish as well. Ghidorah's last remaining head releases Godzilla and tries to retreat back into its portal, but Godzilla fires his atomic breath directly into its mouth.
The beam penetrates through Ghidorah's head and destroys it, then strikes the black portal from which it emerged.
The portal explodes, and Godzilla promptly charges and fires his atomic breath at the next one. Godzilla finally destroys the last portal, and the swirling vortexes disappear as the sky becomes clear again.
On the hill, Haruo regains consciousness and finds Metphies laying against a rock. He approaches Metphies, who places his hands on him and declares that for as long as Haruo lives, Ghidorah will be watching him.
Metphies then lowers his hands and dies. Despite what he had done, Haruo still grieves for the person he long considered his closest friend.
He cradles Metphies' body in his arms and sobs. Months later, and the surviving humans have integrated with Houtua society. They laid down their weapons and abandoned their armors, adopting the culture and clothing of the Houtua and living alongside them.
Maina is pregnant with Haruo's child, and Haruo at last seems to have found some measure of peace and happiness with his new family.
Miana brings Haruo outside to show him a field of blooming flowers. Haruo remarks that even though he was named after spring, this was the first time he truly saw it.
Martin sees Haruo and calls him over to show him something. He explains that he finally figured out how to reactivate the last surviving Vulture from Mechagodzilla City using Nanometal he harvested from Yuko's body.
With the self-replicating ability of Nanometal, he explains, they will be able to completely rebuild human civilization and abandon the Houtua's primitive lifestyle.
Haruo experiences a sudden vision and hears Metphies' voice explain that the cycle of destruction will continue and that time is on his and Ghidorah's side.
Haruo returns to the village and sits next to Miana and Maina. Miana notices that he seems distressed, but he declares he is fine and leaves. Miana follows him and finds him picking up Yuko's body.
She asks what he is doing, but he asks her if she thinks Godzilla is scary. She says that Godzilla is scary, so Haruo says she must hate him.
Miana replies that the Houtua do not have a word for "hate," and while Godzilla is scary storms and natural disasters are scary as well.
The Houtua do not hate Godzilla any more than they hate tornadoes or earthquakes. She tells Haruo that she doesn't understand what he is saying, and he responds that if he stayed that she might understand him, which is what he is afraid of.
That is why he must leave, he says. He picks up Yuko's body and leaves the village, then brings her into the last Vulture. He activates it and begins flying toward Godzilla, who is standing dormant in the open.
As the Vulture approaches, Godzilla awakens and begins charging his electromagnetic energy. Haruo yells at Godzilla that he is the last remnant of humanity's past, and represents all the lives and dreams Godzilla destroyed.
He asks Godzilla to completely burn away the hatred of the past and this time leave nothing behind. Haruo becomes silent and accepts his fate peacefully as Godzilla obliges and fires his atomic breath at the Vulture, which crashes and explodes.
Many years later, a ritual is held in the Houtua temple. A group of children, descendants of humans interbreeding with the Houtua, offer up cords they made representing negative emotions and ask to be protected from things that scare them.
A priestess burns these cords along with a wooden effigy of the Vulture, asking their "vengeful god" to keep them safe. Ohne eure Mitgliedsbeiträge gäbe es PLANET EATER nicht mehr.
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