The monsters never felt as BIG in KOTM as in Godzilla 2014, but I think that's 2014's director being Gareth Edwards. Between that, Monsters, and Rogue One, I've noticed he's better than anyone at making stuff feel enormous even if it's just CGI.Godzilla King of the Monsters was disappointing. Story was a mess. None of the monster fighting was anywhere NEAR as interesting as the last Godzilla movie, as little of it as there was in that movie.
PS: How is Zhang Ziyi 40 years old? She looked like..20 in the movie.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters film review: *Fart noises*Godzilla King of the Monsters was disappointing. Story was a mess. None of the monster fighting was anywhere NEAR as interesting as the last Godzilla movie, as little of it as there was in that movie.
I recall that, but I thought that particular origin was from other, earlier works, too. I could be wrong. Keep in mind, I am not even remotely well-read on Kaiju stuff.The "Mutated Lizard From Nuclear Testing" was the 1998 Roland Emmerich atrocity. In the 2014 one, Godzilla and the MUTOs are ancient lifeforms, millions of years old, possibly.
In the original, he was awoken and irradiated by atomic testing. The mutation thing was kind of muddled by the English version's butchering.For some reason, I thought Godzilla was a mutated lizard from nuclear testing. Maybe that's other origin stories.
Kong: Skull Island is fun, though now I mostly associate it with the director calling out CinemaSins and making the internet collectively go "hey, you're right, this YouTube channel is awful."But yeah, I dug the hell out of this. I haven't seen Kong Island, but I think I'll fix that soon. I hear it was pretty good.