A Monster of a Movie Review
So the world is nothing familiar. It's changed on a grand scale, with the planet existing with the acceptance of monsters. Not people monsters, but real monsters who easily decimate cities within minutes upon arrival. But most were hidden away, settled by nature and unseen. Now they’d been hunted and found. A cryptozoology company called Monarch.
Using new technology, and a mother’s emotionally charged desire for revenge, Jonah Alan determines to rule the world, in a sense. Together, he and Dr. Emma Russell plot to release the Titans, the world’s greatest creatures to take out Godzilla, King of the Monsters and mankind.
bad, but let's kick off with the good first. Nobody wants to read the negatives first, do they? Let me say this: People mess everything up. The mother, the father, the daughter-I understand a bit of drama is necessary in movies like this, but Godzilla's always been about the monster more than anything else, right? With these movies, there’s never time for sex, with a maybe a spot of drama, and in that order. So when they threw in what they threw in (because I'm not telling), I was lulled into a few catnaps. Not kidding- I dozed on Godzilla. But not on the good parts.
Everything military where they had to fight or help fight was cool but, the truth is Millie Bobbie Brown was unnecessary. If I could re-watch the movie, with all of her scenes deleted, I guarantee myself and you, it would be a much better show. Straight Talk.
The monsters were on point! I loved everything about them. Were some of the battles a little too long? Yup. But they gave the movie what it needed to be a fun monster flick, but from what I gather, a box office disaster. So what does that mean?
Godzilla 2 is an "okay" movie. I'd hoped for something more, but it was nostalgic and brought back some serious memories. I was even expecting Dr. Russell to open a briefcase containing two miniature Asians, singing "Mot-su rah!" to Mothra! LOL Sadly, they did not, friends. But the movie is worth the cost of matinee. So, now that I've given you what you need, go! Enjoy as much as you can. But please- don't pay full price! Oh, and check out my video- Cheers!
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