Godzilla: City on the Brink of War Gojira: Kessen Kid Zshoku Toshi (GODZILLA, Gojira: Kessen Kid Zshoku Toshi) [b] is a 2018 Japanese computer-animated kaiju film directed by Bun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita, written by Gen Urobuchi, and produced by Toho Animation, Polygon Pictures, and Netflix. It is the 33rd Godzilla film, the 31st Godzilla film made by Toho, the second film in the franchise’s anime trilogy, and the third film in the franchise’s Rewa era. The film, a sequel to Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters, continues the narrative of mankind attempting to recover Earth from Godzilla, this time with the assistance of a weapon known as Mechagodzilla. Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle was released in theatres in Japan on May 18, 2018, and Netflix globally on July 18, 2018. On November 9, 2018, Godzilla: The Planet Eater was released in Japan.
The Atrium is unable to reach Haruo and the others following the events of Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters due to their encounter with the original Godzilla. If the drones do not discover survivors within 48 hours, the Captain orders the Aratrum’s retreat. Haruo Sakaki is shown to have been saved by Miana, a local girl who cured his wound with an unusual substance. Haruo reunites with some of his friends after being accosted by Miana’s twin sister Maina before being abducted by the latter’s hunting group. The trio is reunited with Martin Lazzari, whose platoon has been cured by the twins’ people, known as the “Houtua,” surviving descendants of humans who stayed on Earth to protect their fallen deity’s egg.
The twins and the Houtua chiefs question the group telepathically about why they torched their lands, but they let them go after Haruo revealing that they were only battling Godzilla. Haruo’s party reunites with Memphis and the other survivors during an encounter with the Servum, accompanied by Miana and Maina as protective guides and observers, the twins demonstrating they can also talk vocally. Galu-Gu finds during the fight that the twins’ arrowheads are laced with “nanometal,” the nanotechnology utilized to make Mechagodzilla. According to Galu-Gu, the nanometal has miraculously persisted and grown over the last 20 millennia. Galu-Gu persuades Haruo to stay on Earth and resume the mission to destroy Godzilla, sending a few crew members back to the Atrium. The energy signature is traced back to the reconstructed building that housed Mechagodzilla, which Galu-Gu dubs “Mechagodzilla City.” The twins leave the group after telling Haruo that the nanometal is deadly, and the Bilusaludo assures the group that the technology is only dangerous to Godzilla.
As Galu-Gu enters Mechagodzilla’s brain to assemble the required components to confine Godzilla within the city and coat it with nanometal to finish it off with EMP harpoons, the crew quickly discovers that the surviving part of Mechagodzilla’s head is the source of the nanometal. Yuko expresses her emotions for Haruo and kisses him while supervising the building of her mech suit, which has been transformed into one of three Vulture exo-armors. Haruo, who has been feeling slightly unwell since entering the city, discovers Metphies laboring in a cave to repair an item using part of Galu technology. Memphis alludes cryptically to the Bilusaludo’s motivations for becoming monsters due to their concern with logic, confiding in Haruo the name of a greater terror than Godzilla that devastated his homeworld: “Ghidorah.”
As Godzilla awakens, most of the human members are shocked to discover that the majority of the Bilusaludo had willingly allowed themselves to be absorbed into Mechagodzilla City to reinforce it. Godzilla’s rapid approach causes Galu-Gu to sacrifice the city’s defenses to shift power to finish the harpoon, while Haruo, Yuko, and Belu-be utilize the Vultures to slow Godzilla down. Though the three succeeded to contain Godzilla long enough for the plan to be implemented, Godzilla escapes the trap and continues to overheat the facility. As the humans flee the city, a stubborn Galu-Gu fuses with the nanometal. Galu-Gu then absorbs their pilots and uses them as sacrificial spears to destroy Godzilla. Haruo is unscathed, however, Yuko is progressively being converted against her will. Memphis informs a troubled Haruo that Mechagodzilla City would engulf Earth if it is not stopped and that destroying it might save Yuko, Galu-Gu argues that transcending their humanity is the only way to slay Godzilla. Haruo eventually resolves to battle Godzilla while still maintaining his humanity, the destruction of Galu-Gu and the command center leaving the nanometal useless as Godzilla frees itself and destroys the city. Haruo cares for Yuko, who is unable to awaken from her coma, while the remaining humans seek refuge in a cave with Metphies while everything around them burns.
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