The Titans awaken. Will Godzilla or Ghidorah reign supreme over not only the other Titans, but the Earth itself?
I am a very forgiving movie grader. I even enjoy most movies people consider bad because I can find something fun in them. But Godzilla: King of the Monsters is beyond bad–it’s the kind of movie that makes me angry. This is an easy win. Get giant monsters together. Have them fight. That’s it. And yet, the latest Godzilla movie manages to spoil just about everything. Full details after the spoiler break if you actually care. You should not care.
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A giant ape runs amok on his jungle island home and then in New York City.
In which we get a second Halloween episode, this one the usual anthology.
Here we are: the GOOD American Godzilla movie.
Godzilla has one final trip to Japan before the most recent reboot in a movie that throws out all the stops and a few extras to boot.
Godzilla fights a giant dragonfly and the human build a black hole weapon. You know the drill.
Godzilla comes back to stomp some aliens. If that sounds familiar, it probably is.
Godzilla, Mothra, and Batra clash in a blatantly obvious environmental warning.