|JasonVoorhees||Дата: Среда, 23.11.2011, 16:52 | Сообщение # 1|
Годзилла против Гигамос / Годзилла против Гигамот / Godzilla vs Gigamoth (а так же Mothra vs. Gigamoth / Мотра против Гигамот)
Сценаристы: Koichi Kawakita, Minoru Yoshida
После того, как фильм "Мотра против Багана" был отменён, а "Годзилла против Кинг Гидоры" ушёл в разработку в 1991 году, Коичи Кавакита и Минору Йошида написали сценарий картины Godzilla vs Gigamoth и даже разрабатывали запасной вариант: Mothra vs. Gigamoth.
Проект не раз переписывался в дальнейшем, но в итоге так и не был сделан. Насекомое Гигамот (Гигамос) послужило прототипом для Батры и Мегагирус. А студия захотела вновь столкнуть Годзиллу с Мотрой, куда и добавили аналог Гигамос - Батру, аналогично в форме личинки и крылатого насекомого взрослой особи, однако в само сюжет "Годзиллы против Мотры: Битва за Землю" (Возвращение Динозавра) сценарист Казуки Омори вложил вовсе не наработки Кавакиты и Йошиды, а свои сюжетные зарисовки из сценария "Мотра против Багана", втиснув в сюжет ещё и Батру, а Багана заменив на Годзиллу. В целом проекту это лишь помогло, так как версия 1992 года получилась настоящим шедевром.
А вот детальное описание фильма "Годзилла против Гигамот" (переводить лень! Если кто сделает перевод - заменю на русскую версию).
A nuclear waste dump, located on an island in the South Seas, is contaminating the nearby land, causing abnormal mutations to affect local vegetation, animals and insect life. The company responsible also starts to clear-cut the land, turning the once lush terrain into a barren wasteland. When a typhoon strikes the island, a large landslide unearths a mammoth egg that falls into the ocean and drifts off toward Japan. Shortly afterwards, word of the large egg approaching Japan starts flooding the media, and several research teams are sent to the island in the South Seas to investigate the giant egg's origin. Among the research teams is a man by the name of Murakami, who by chance stumbles upon a tiny woman living on the island, who isn't even a foot in height. The small woman introduces herself as Mana and explains that the giant egg belongs to Mothra; furthermore, she states that his country will be in great danger if the egg were to hatch near the main land. Murakami believes her story and agrees to help spread the word to avoid such a disaster.
Meanwhile in Japan, before Murakami has time to warn the authorities, the egg hatches. A larval Mothra emerges from the shell, along with another unrecognizable creature. This second monster is Gigamoth, a Mothra mutated beyond recognition as a result of the local radiation found on the island in the South Seas. After hatching, Gigamoth quickly flees from the scene.
In hopes to prevent further disaster, Murakami brings Mana to try and warn of the danger mankind is in by the appearance of these two creatures. However, upon arriving Mana is struck with a surge of psychic energy as the tiny woman realizes that Godzilla is reacting to the nuclear fallout of Gigamoth. Shortly afterwards, a report comes in that Gigamoth has in fact engaged Godzilla near a nuclear power plant in the Kanto area.
Mana, in an attempt to fend off Godzilla, teleports herself inside Gigamoth's body, merging with the monster in order to control it. Mana then commands Gigamoth to emit an acidic mist that corrodes everything in the area as well as severally burning Godzilla's skin. Having the upper hand, Gigamoth webs up the injured Godzilla before shoving the nuclear creature into the sea. The mutated Mothra then goes up to the nuclear power plant and encases itself in a cocoon, as to draw energy from the power plant while it transforms. At this point Mana severs the link between them, just as the Self Defense Force mobilizes a new squad of masers, capable of firing rays that freeze their target. The masers unleash shot after shot at the cocoon, but the plan proves ineffective as Gigamoth emerges from a sheath of frost in its adult form. However, the creature was not given sufficient time to complete its metamorphosis, and as a result its wings have not fully matured, making flight impossible. This set back does not stop the creature from converging on Tokyo, though. Meanwhile, in the sea outside of the power plant, Godzilla's wounds have healed, as the creature breaks free of the webbing that encased it.
Later, Godzilla, after emerging from the sea, confronts Gigamoth for the second time in Atami. The King of the Monsters fires his atomic ray at Gigamoth, but the mutated insect is unfazed by the ray; in fact, the creature's body sparks as Gigamoth absorbs the nuclear energy and its wings fully mature. Gigamoth then takes off into the sky, leaving behind Godzilla.
After witnessing the battle, Murakami realizes that Gigamoth must have formed from an extreme exposure to radiation, and believes that he could develop an antibody bacteria that, hopefully, will separate the radiation from the mutant bacteria in the cell structure and neutralize Gigamoth's powers. Mana interrupts Murakami's study, though, and merges Murakami with Mothra, while simultaneously merging herself with Gigamoth. This fails, however, as Mothra refuses to respond to any of Murakami commands and the two un-merge with the giant monsters. Murakami then comes to terms with himself and realizes that he is falling in love with Mana, while he finishes his antibody bacteria.
Meanwhile, in the Fuji area, Gigamoth lays several giant eggs of its own. Shortly afterwards, Godzilla appears, attracted by the Gigamoth's radioactivity, and prepares to engage the giant insect once more. However, before the creatures can fight, a fleet of jets appear overhead and unload a payload of rockets, containing Murakami's recently finished antibody bacteria, at the two kaiju. Godzilla is unfazed by the rockets, but Gigamoth is left weakened and very vulnerable by the bacteria as Godzilla converges on his weakened prey. Suddenly, Mothra arrives, in its Imago form and merged with Mana, to do battle with the King of the Monsters. The giant moth lets loose a wave of poisonous pollen that paralyzes Godzilla, but not before he lets off a blast of his atomic ray that strikes Mothra and sends the kaiju plummeting out of the sky. Mothra spies the weakened Gigamoth below and the two siblings make eye contact as Mothra shifts it course and spears itself onto Gigamoth's horn. Blood from Mothra begins to pour out of the creature, drenching Gigamoth and its eggs, causing both to dissolve. It's Mana's hope that Mothra's body contains a small amount of mutant bacteria and that the two insects might combine to form a creature that is immune to the effects of Murakami's antibody bacteria. The plan works, as the two are engulfed by a glowing light, from which emerges Mothra's true form.
Mana, after severing her link with the giant moth, appears before Murakami for the final time. Murakami uses this opportunity to confess his love for her and asks that she let them both join with Mothra. Mana refuses, but comforts him by telling him he will meet someone like her very soon. Mana then mergers with Mothra again and proceeds to cocoon Godzilla. The giant insect then grabs the cocoon and dives into the sea, taking Godzilla with it.
Shortly afterwards a search of the ocean is conducted, at which neither creature is found and both are presumed dead.
Months later, Murakami returns to the South Seas' island where he first met Mana, hoping that by some chance to find her again. While standing on the beach, he sees a woman emerge from ocean who looks just like Mana. He approaches her to find out that she is a research oceanographer. The two fall in love as Mana's prediction proves true.