This is my second favorite Godzilla movie (after King Kong vs. Godzilla), and my 16th favorite movie overall. I never saw it until 1993 when a local video store had a VHS tape of it, which I then rented out and watched often. But I really liked it after that, and thought the princess/martian subplot was very good, as was the killers' attempts to assasinate her and the siblings' and scientists' relations. But the highlite was, of course, the monster battles, first between Godzilla and Rodan, and then their joining Mothra to battle Ghidra (and how he has to convience them to do this, with the twin faries providing interpretation). I also liked the way all three monsters were introduced into the movie earlier, leading up to this, and how Ghidra himself was brought into it (and I think he was Godzilla's most formidble foe, and it took three on one to defeat him). I look foward to seeing it again soon, and hope it is on DVD, as it was a great, and somewhat unique Godzilla movie.
"I happen to be a vegetarian". Lex, from Jurrasic Park
It's not the best Godzilla film, in my opinion, but it's the only one that I feel portrays Ghidorah correctly. In this film, he's an unstoppable killing machine that is more than a match for any of earth's monsters. In the other films, he's simply a villain who loses every fight. I try to argue that he wins the last battle in Godzilla versus Monster Zero, but I feel as though I'm lying to myself. In all honestly, I'd love to be able to remake this film.