The Nerd: It's Cinemassacre's Monster Madness Godzillathon!

The Nerd: Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster involves a group of people who get stranded on an island where there's a secret organization producing nuclear weapons. They capture anyone living on the island using them as slaves. Nobody can escape because the bad guys also have a giant monster named Ebirah under their control who guards the island.

The Nerd: Lucky for the good guys, they find Godzilla sleeping in a cave. So they wake him up by attracting a bolt of lightning with a sword. And from there, he does battle with the enemy planes, tramples on their base and fights Ebirah. 

The Nerd: Godzilla looks like the Cookie Monster and he likes volleyball. (Godzilla and Ebirah play volleyball) This is pretty awkward.

(Ebirah's claw comes out of the ocean)

Man: (in Japanese) A giant claw!

The Nerd: And doesn't the music kind of sound like James Bond? (The music had a very similar James Bond music) Even Mothra makes an appearance in adult form and has a brief encounter with Godzilla. He also fights a giant bird which is probably the worst Godzilla fight ever because you can't even see what's going on. Should've been The Giant Claw.

The Nerd: Originally, Godzilla's part was written for King Kong. Yeah, after King Kong vs. Godzilla, Toho followed it up with King Kong Escapes in which fights Robot Kong (Mechani-Kong). But then, they were gonna have Kong star in this movie, but decided that Godzilla would be more profitable.

The Nerd: When you watch the movie, it seems obvious. First of all, they wake Godzilla with electricity just like in King Kong vs. Godzilla, but that was originally written for Frankenstein. So, wow, from Frankenstein to King Kong to Godzilla.

The Nerd: Sort of has a curious romantic in a human female which is another trait that's more like calm. This tends to be a weak entry in the series. Godzilla doesn't even wake up until like an hour. In so, if you want a few laughs, go for it. Otherwise, stay away.

(Godzilla roars)