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The legendary empire of the lost continent of Mu reappears to threaten the world with domination. While countries unite to resist, an isolated World War ll Captain has created the greatest warship ever seen, and possibly the surface worlds only defence.

STARS: Tadoa Takasima, Yoko Fujiyama, Yu Fujiki

94 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy | 1963 | Color


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Awesome 60's film
This is an awesome film that is worth seeing if you like sci-fi films about evil civilizations trying to take over the world. The films music (Akira Ifukube) is one of his best scores (my opinion) and is well acted. Before I first saw it, I thought it would be like the corny Godzilla films of the seventies featuring kids or kid themes, but it wasn't. This is a drama and not a comedy. Even if you have never seen this type of movie before, it is definately worth your time seeing.

My favorite Honda movie
This movie is unbelievably good - regarding the time it was made. The SFX are really spectacular and everything looks visionary and good. Sure you can see that their capabilities were limited and they worked with drawings or matte paintings which is also well visible. But the story is quite straight forward and contains no flaws. YES, there is a story. The movie focuses on the post WW II world of Japan and how it changed from the end of the war until the mid sixties. It also discusses the issue of war orphans and interweaves it with the story of a - presumably - lost captain who handed his daughter over to his former admiral, she works now for. The 'lost captain' secretly build a hidden base where he has constructed the ultimate submarine to be used to restore 'Japans glory' after the lost war. But his former admiral and his now adult daughter can change his mind to fight for the world against the thread of the MU people - something like Atlantis, just located in the Pacific. As you may notice, this is pretty much of a story, you might not expect with such kind of movie. The movie also lives from many atmospheric shots on the tropic island. Don't forget, this movie was made during the sixties. I own the DVD from Tokyo Shock and I can only recommend it, transfer and sound are very good for an over 40 years old movie. For people interested in this kind of story plus some SF action, I can highly recommend this movie.

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