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A page for describing Heartwarming: Godzilla (). When the male and female MUTO finally meet, there is a rather cute mini-courtship Sometime after, Godzilla has the female MUTO at his mercy and then the male one flies The reunion between the Japanese kid that Ford rescues and his parents, who managed. Rob Hunter | May 20, Gareth Edwards' Godzilla is this summer's second wannabe His arrival in Hawaii results in a clash with the flying MUTO, but that action but she refuses to leave since she told her husband she'd meet him there. kid into a crowd of thousands and within seconds the child sees his parents. Godzilla () Much like Godzilla, the M.U.T.O. feed off of radiation. and traversed through Las Vegas and other environments to meet with the male, who .
Similarly to the Shinomurathey are giant, prehistoric, parasitic creatures of unexplained origin and are ancient parasites that come from the same era and ecosystem as Godzilla. Much like Godzilla, the M. However, unlike the surviving Godzilla, who adapted to live at the bottom of the ocean and feed off the planet's natural radiation, the M.
They were motion captured by Matt Cross and Lee Ross. Contents History Origins The M. Much like him, the M. The newly hatched male M. O, who had hatched after being disturbed by the cave collapsing, burrowed its way to the Janjira nuclear power plant in Japan, where it caused the plant to collapse from underneath, killing Sandra Brody and several other workers, and causing the entire are to be evacuated because of radiation leaking from the plant.
This was the work of the recently hatched male M. Despite the destruction of the plant, the M. The second pod containing the female M. Meanwhile, the female M. Both the winged and eight-legged M. In the following hours, after setting up their nest and using the bomb to feed their eggs, they were attacked by Godzilla who fights at first against the eight-legged M.
Meanwhile, Ford Brody found the M. Godzilla then rose back up and attacked the female with his atomic breath, but before he can finish her off, the male attacked Godzilla once more. The two battled until Godzilla killed the male by smashing it into a building with his tail, impaling it on a loose support beam, but by then, the female had already fled to chase after the bomb. Ford's team was slaughtered by the M.
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Despite this, the M. Before she could destroy the boat and kill Brody though, Godzilla re-emerged and killed the eight-legged M. Personality As individuals, the M. Being prehistoric parasites, their sole goals revolve around consuming radiation, reproduction and survival. In spite of this, what was made them villains in the film are their frightening presence and indifferent with death and destruction that they left as they only cared for their brethren and nothing else.
Being the first member to be encountered, the male is described as young, growing, looking for food before meeting with the female, so he consumes radiation to gain strength. When he encounters Godzilla for the first time, he reacts with hostility and becomes defensive, attacking him whenever an opportunity becomes available and evading when possible.
Once the male had matured enough, the female awakened from her dormancy and traversed through Las Vegas and other environments to meet with the male, who brought with him a nuclear warhead as a sign of courtship for their eggs to feed upon. She seemed to exhibit pain when laying her eggs in the M. As a team, they are powerful and able to best Godzilla with their combined strength. If nothing had distracted them from fighting Godzilla in San Francisco, they may have killed him.
When they noticed their nest had been destroyed, the female exhibited a sense of loss over the demise of her eggs and then anger, but how much of this sense of loss is debatable, as she became angry and looked at Ford Brody, possibly marking him as the one responsible, but was unable to take action when Godzilla used his atomic breath on her, knocking her out.
Ford is ashamed to admit that he thought his dad was nuts, but then remembers something about echolocation… Serizawa clues into this discovery and brings Ford into a briefing room and explains to Ford that the recently hatched MUTO may be trying to communicate with another giant monster that was found roaming the Pacific a long long time ago. Serizawa then loads up the same vintage nuclear test footage from that we see in the opening credits, but a few crucial details included, mainly a few frames of a familiar giant spiny creature.
Serizawa explains that the nuclear tests weren't tests; they were attempts to kill this creature. The naval fleet follows Godzilla. Meanwhile, Elle is freaked out about the news coverage of the Japan damage and can't reach Ford.
Since Ford doesn't have much to offer, it looks like he's headed to Hawaii for a flight back home. Could it be headed for a Hawaii rest-stop??? The fleet heads in that direction, flanking Godzilla's spines which is heading in that same direction. Sirezawa posits that Godzilla is tracking the MUTO and wants to fight it to restore balance to nature.
Ford is at the airport, waiting on the train to his terminal. He's playing with the toy solider and a little boy becomes fascinated by it. As the boy wanders onto the train, the doors close! His parents aren't on it with him.
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They freak out, but Ford mouths that he will being the kid back. He hopes that he won't miss his flight. Back to the carrier ship, they've heard that the Russians are missing a nuclear sub.
The MUTO eats radiation which is why the nuclear plant was free of toxic waste. It may have taken the sub as a snack. They send a team into the forest near Honolulu to investigate. They find the sub, covered in goopy slime and mounted in a tree.
The MUTO is snacking on nuclear fuel canisters. An airborne attack is launched, but the MUTO fires off its EMP, knocking out all navigation controls for the jets and sending them plummeting to earth. At the airport, power is knocked out, including to the train. Ford doesn't understand that the MUTO has caused the outage and assures the little boy that the power will come back soon. At a hotel luau, a little girl sees the explosion of the planes in the far off hills.
The crowd is becoming worried as the little girl notices that the sea water seems to be receding from the shore at a rapid pace. Something is displacing a LOT of water.
Very quickly, we see that the thing moving all that water is Godzilla. Honolulu is flooded as the beast reaches ground. The luau and everything else downtown is toast. The train is headed straight into its Jaws.
The behemoth shreds the track sending passengers to their doom.
Ford barely hangs on, but grabs the kid before he slides out of the mangled train. Godzilla squares off against the MUTO, but it manages to escape, flapping its giant wings and continuing its journey to the mainland. Back in San Francisco, Elle is attempting to put her kid to sleep, while he watches the developing destruction on the news.
Back on the ship, they're tracking the MUTO's path. Graham and Serizawa realize that it must be headed to the other MUTO, long-thought dead… Unfortunately, for us, they stored the dangerously radioactive body in the midst of an unlimited food supply, the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste facility in Nevada. Troops arrive to discover that the MUTO, now confirmed as a pregnant female has escaped and is making a path to meet its mate.
Godzilla will be close behind. Then they'll detonate the bomb, wiping out all three monsters. Graham is amazed at the short-sightedness of the plan. Captain Hampton claims that nothing can survive the power of the newer bombs. Meanwhile, after delivering the boy to his parents in devastated Honolulu, Ford hops onto a Navy transport headed to the mainland. A train is being prepped to transport the two weapons the bait and the killer bomb.
Ford shoehorns himself onto the detail, citing his expertise in ordnance handling. The bombs will be transported by train to the coast where the plan will be set into motion. Things seems to be going just fine, until a tremor stops the train right before a treacherous mountain bridge. The team attempts to radio ahead, but the screams over the walkie don't bring good news.
Uncertain if the bridge is even there, they break up into two groups. By morning, a recovery team has scooped him and the nuke. They'll fly the remaining bomb and try to make do with a modification of the initial idea. The President gives the thumbs up. Sirezawa comments on the arrogance of man thinking that we can control nature. Actually, it's the other way around. The Navy has been tacitly tolerating the monster as it has expressed no direct threat to the ships, but they are committed to destroying them all, despite Sirezawa's protests.
Ford has called Elle at the hospital to assure her he's on his way. Please wait for him. Meanwhile, the whole city is prepping for an emergency evacuation. Elle wants to keep her son with her, but relents, trusting his care to a co-worker. Those evac busses are stalled on the Golden Gate bridge as troops in tanks position themselves against the kaiju threat.
They set the clock when winged MUTO attacks. He's looking for a snack for his baby mama and delivers the bomb to her. They tear up some downtown real estate to make a nest for all those little MUTO babies. The nuke is going to offer nutrition until they hatch. Godzilla, sensing his prey, emerges from the depths right by the bridge. The troops attack instinctively, inciting Godzilla to horribly damage it. The bus driver sees his shot and barrels through barricades to take his charges to safety.
Ford, though injured, claims he can disarm the trigger in about 30 seconds. GZ is doing pretty well against the smaller, winged male, but when big mama leaves the nest to help, they tag team him something awful. The troops have found the nest AND the nuke, but the casing is damaged and they can't disarm it there. They begin to move it to a boat where they have more tools and can send it away from the city.First MUTO Scene,Electromagnetic Pulse Scene ¦ Godzilla 2014 Movie Clip 4K +Subtitles
He blasts mama MUTO before being tackled by the daddy Back to the nest, Ford sees the thousands of eggs and realizes they're uneven bigger threat. Lagging behind, he pops off a fuel switch and floods the chamber with gasoline.
Back to monsters… it looks like this is the end for Godzilla. This is just the break GZ needs. He gets his second wind and re-engages with the flying MUTO. Meanwhile, Ford was caught in the aftershock of the explosion. Mama grieves the loss of the babies, but smells the nuke and heads back to grab it. Ford is on his way too. The team reaches the ship and tries to make for open water, but an EMP kills the engines. The troops valiantly try to save the mission, but the beast arrives and starts ripping them to shreds.
As the monster turns to attack some troops on shore, Ford gets to the boat to disarm the bomb. The casing is too far gone and big mama sets her sights on his tiny vessel.
Ripping her jaws open, he fires an atomic fire blast right down her throat, incinerating the beast and tearing its head off. Finally, GZ succumbs to its injuries and collapses on the shore.
Meanwhile the ship's power sputters back to life and Ford directs the GPS to take the ship into the bay. There's no time to disarm it now and he falls to the deck seemingly accepting of his fate. A blinking light draws him back into consciousness as a medivac copter lifts him to safety. In the distance, the auto-piloted boat erupts into an explosion, safely away from the city. In the aftermath, the badly damaged corpse of Godzilla lies in the streets of San Francisco.
Ford is limping through a hastily converted stadium shelter. He has found his son, but emergency teams are still attempting to rescue folks from the hospital which was demolished in the kaiju battle and Elle is still missing. Suddenly, son sees mommy, mommy sees daddy and they hug, the threat averted. Serizawa looks with regret on the still body of the great beast.
Suddenly, it snorts into motion. Slowly righting itself and lumbering through the streets toward the water.