From Toho Pictures, the fine folk who brought you the original, comes Godzilla 2000. Yep, the real deal is back in all his foot stomping, building squashing, radio tower champing glory. And not a minute too soon. Here we watch as the big guy comes out of the ocean
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits inconsistent image quality. Colors are rich, occasionally appearing a bit oversaturated and plugged-up, with slightly orange fleshtones. Though images can be sharp, the picture is a bit flat and wanting in dimension. Considering that many of the distractions relate to the source, the picture is generally solid and should be quite pleasing. Pixelization and edge enhancement are apparent, as are source element artifacts.
The soundtrack, presented in Dolby
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