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The new word on the street is that 64%of cancers of the oral cavity, head, and neck in the United States are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) which is spread through oral sex. Ohio State University says that the risk greatly increases if you perform oral sex on 6 or more people. HPV is an STD, and sometimes there are no visible signs. You may already be infected and you could be passing it on. (Other times you could see the genital warts.)
Your sexual partner should not be casual. If you meet women or men from craigslist, backpage, eros, adult friend finder, the street, or even if you meet someone at a club, sex shop, or bar and have sex immediately, you are playing with fire. Most guys do not wear condoms during oral sex (giving or receiving).
Even though we live in 2011 and are supposed to be educated, people pick up and spread STD’s all the time because they let their urges get the best of them.
It seems like the stomach is the first to show signs that you are getting heavy. Once you get deep in a hole it is hard to get out of it. That why a lot of people order belly fat burners from the internet to get a head start. Some fat burners help with muscle building as well. Be sure to check the ingredients.
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla AKA Gojira Tai Mekagojira AKA Godzilla vs. the Bionic Monster AKA Godzilla vs. the Cosmic Monster is one of the well known Godzilla films, and celebrated the 20th anniversary of Big G, and is a favorite to many Godzilla fans, as it features the first appearance of a true rival to Godzilla: MechaGodzilla. However, a bad sci-fi James Bond meets Planet of the Apes plot makes any good impressions of this movie a thing of childhood memories and nostalgia, as opposed to being a fun movie to watch now.
According to cave drawings and legends, there is some sort of prophecy about monsters attacking, if you watch the signs. Thankfully, we have an interpol agent, professor, reporter, and second string women to watch them and help save humanity. Sure enough the signs appear to be coming true when Godzilla attacks Japan and his friend Angilas. Godzilla’s roar is all wrong, too, and he’s walking differently- why did he turn bad? While he beats down his old friend Angilas by breaking his jaw and making him bleed (Angilas has a bad win/loss record), Godzilla’s skin chips to reveal him being a robot! The REAL Godzilla fights him. It’s Godzilla vs Godzilla!
The evil Godzilla is revealed to be a cyborg robot created and controlled by evil spies who are really monkeys from another planet (Third Planet from the Black Hole).
Meanwhile, MechaGodzilla defeats Godzilla and is pretty much indestructible. The good humans solve the prophecy riddle and awaken the sleeping guardian monster: King Seesar. He sounds scary and powerful. (Too bad he looks like your puppy, and doesn’t stand a chance against MechaGodzilla).
Godzilla is clever, and he absorbs lightning to become even more powerful and become a walking magnet. He finally defeats his robot double, and the heroes beat the Planet of the Apes rejects in a very confusing and boring subplot. The Good
MechaGodzilla doesn’t look like a rubber costume. It also is the best challenge to Godzilla in a while- he has all of Godzilla’s powers plus unlimited missiles, force shield, and flight.
The monster battles were enjoyable and hard hitting.
The music was a change from the “funny” composers of recent movies.
Excellent use of pyrotechnics and miniatures.
Darker movie…more melancholy than the goofier movies that I have been reviewing.
Helped me with an afternoon nap on Saturday. I love afternoon naps, and haven’t taken one in a very, very long time.
The human elements are just boringly bad: plot, pacing, dialog, and storyline. It’s a Japanese spy movie: the villains wear sunglasses, speak melodramatically, have futuristic technology, and when they die, they show their true forms: apes. The whole subplot had bad pacing, and the focus is on the humans too much.
King Seesar looks like a giant version of Rowlf from the Muppets, and doesn’t change the tide of the battle. It seemed like he was being pushed as the next big thing, like Godzilla’s replacement, but once he began to fight, he was pretty weak.
A woman sings for around 10 minutes to wake up the guardian monster King Seesar.
The “old man” is a stereotypical kung-fu hermit.
The alien invasion by James Bond villain apes should have been funny and campy; instead it was pitched as a serious storyline.
Conclusion This is an overrated Godzilla movie because it features the first (and some say best) appearance of MechaGodzilla, who really has a great presence and is a super villain for Godzilla. The actual human plot and alien invasion storyline took too much screentime and was poorly conceived and executed. Not even the great battle scenes can save this from being bad. Other Godzilla fans rate this much higher, and call it an “above average Godzilla movie”, and they technically may be correct- especially when compared to the last few movies- but they are ignoring the human vs alien parts, which take up the bulk of the movie.
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