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Speaks for itself really. :XD:

Japan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9fcvdbKQGo
USA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJtV2ubxU4E
Denmark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhousHic6kw

Something I always thought was kinda funny/cute in the Reptilicus movie was that when the Danes are told that the monster is flying North, they immediately go, "Oslo!!?!" (Norway's capital) and sound less alarmed when they find out it's heading for Sweden's capital. :XD:


17th August 2011

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3 years ago #9449960        
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if Australia did Godzilla we would just throw a komodo dragon onto a miniature city and let it run rampant.

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3 years ago #9447614        
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in german films, the real monster is always the german, either in form of the third REICH or in form of the DDR (east germany) Germany: "NEVER FORGET, NEVER FORGIVE!"

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1 year ago #9668122        
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I wonder how many [American] people had no idea where Denmark was when they watched Reptilicus

1 year ago #9623334        
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Is a Danish dinosaur a puppet?
I think it's cool!
This movie was also released in Japan.

A new movie of Godzilla was released in 2016 in Japan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izauIfJl4II
But I like Godzilla movie of the first crop list most....

Japan is earthquake-ridden country, so it's a realistic thing that a city is destroyed for Japanese so often.
Japanese in the past also experiences an atom bomb and a big air raid.
That the Godzilla movie Japanese makes is powerful may be a natural one by such meaning.

3 years ago #9453722        
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Only the 3rd and final youtube link actually works.

3 months ago #9765515        
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Oslo?!
Nej, Stockholm.
Åh...

4 months ago #9755725        
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I miss claymation films. So many of them were stuff I watched as a kid that whenever someone brings the style back like Coraline or Kubo of the Two Strings I'll usually see it as soon as it's available on streaming (I don't like going to theaters. Expensive and too many damn humans.)

4 months ago #9752638        
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And of coures, America is freaking out

1 year ago #9649798        
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That last paragraph in the description x'D I friggin LOVE the relationships of the Scandinavian counrties xD

2 years ago #9588136        
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if it was sister japan...

lets just say she would paint the room red XD

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