Big Man Japan
Directed by Hitoshi Matsumoto
BIG MAN JAPAN is an outrageous portrayal of an original superhero. As Big Man Japan, Daisato inherited the role of defending Japan against a host of bizarre monsters. He receives high-voltage electroshocks which transform him into a stocky, stick-wielding giant several stories high. However, where his predecessors were revered as national heroes, he is an outcast among the citizens he protects.
As Big Man Japan, Daisato inherited the role of defending Japan against a host of bizarre monsters.
Cast: Hitoshi Matsumoto, Riki Takeuchi, Ua
decent low budget mocumentary, makes you feel for the guy until the last like 15 minutes, the in Japan style things get weird real quick
The Movie was Weird but I finished watching it anyway. The first few minutes was boring,but when the Monsters arrived I had to continue watching. The CGI was ok a little strange. I will give the rating 3 skulls for uniqueness.
Ambitious (Although there was obviously no budget. The CGI makes "Van Helsing" look like "Avatar") and unique to say the least. However, as an old school kaiju fan, I was surprised to realize that this wasn't really a kaiju movie. In fact, I'm not exactly certain what the hell this was.
Extremely boring. Couldn't get past the 35 minute mark. It was a very painful 35 minutes. The CGI is terrible. Reminds me of the live action Attack on Titan films. Not funny, not interesting, action sucks, and the dialogue is drawn out too long.
Japanese monster movies are epic. This one is so funny!