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This movie is... controversial to say the least. Some people rank it as one of the best Godzilla movies, and others rank it as one of the worst, and there doesn't seem to be any middle ground between "BEST MOVIE EVAH!" and "THIS MOVIE SUCKS!". I fall under the "love it" side.

One thing I really liked about this movie is the human action scenes. The mutant fighting and Captain Gordon's manliness are very entertaining and helps keep you interested between monster scenes. Many people criticize this part, however, claiming they watched to movie to see Godzilla, not ripoffs of The Matrix. Still, this isn't a flaw that's unique to this film. All movies are mostly human scenes, and, unless pulled off extremely well, all end up as distractions from the monsters, only it's boring dialogue instead of relatively well-choreographed fight scenes.

Another thing I liked is how Godzilla is used. People complained about how Godzilla barely appeared until an hour in and then just owns all the opposing monsters, but that's part of what made this movie so cool. This movie is basically "Godzilla is Badass: The Movie", and the entire movie is set up to showcase Godzilla's badassery. The first hour sets up the overwhelming odds that humanity faces against the all powerful alien race and their army of monsters... and then Godzilla shows up and annihilates the opposition, proving why he is the King of the Monsters. Sure, he's an Invincible Hero, but he's invincible like Arnold Schwarzenegger is invincible in his movies: showy.

This entire movie basically runs on Rule Of Cool and doesn't take itself very seriously at all. For people who like darker and more "mature" movies, that's probably a downer. Me? I personally love it for those same reasons. If you want a deep and meaningful story, there are other movies, but if you simply want an wild flick that celebrates Godzilla's awesomeness, then check this out. This might not be the "best" Godzilla movie (that title's taken), but it is the most entertaining, and that's why it's my favorite Godzilla movie.


  • doctrainAUM
  • 29th Nov 12
Did you intend this to have the exact same word count as your previous review? I'm betting on "no", though.
  • asdfdsa
  • 29th Nov 12
No, but I did have to cut out some stuff in order to comply with the word limit. Typing over the limit then cutting back does have a higher chance of matching the word count than simply typing by itself.
  • JobanGrayskull
  • 30th Nov 12
I loved this movie. It was sort of in the awesomely bad category for me, except...well, it wasn't really bad. It was just awesome.
  • datavore55
  • 14th Dec 13
I also hold this movie in high regard, mostly because it presents an absolute refusal to take itself seriously and its obvious everyone from the production crew to the actors were having a blast.

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