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The world is beset by the appearance of monstrous creatures, but one of them may be the only one who can save humanity.
When mankind found an ancient spore, they began to preserved until nearly 15 years, it hatches. Now with maloevent terrestrial organisms threatening the existence of man kind, an ancient creature from the depts of the ocean, will rise again to fulfill natures order to restore its balance, while also making sure mankind never makes the same mistakes again.
Very minor spoilers involving characters, nothing plot-wise. <br/><br/>I was thoroughly impressed by this film. I think all the criticism about not showing Godzilla on camera enough shows the true caliber of moviegoers these days. They don't want substance, they want explosions and a minimal amount of barely passable plot. This is why there have been four Transformer movies, because people keep paying for and somehow enjoying mediocrity. <br/><br/>That being said, this film was beautiful. One of the most frightening parts is the initial mystery shrouding the non-human characters. The director spent a good portion of time on character development and you really feel for the emotions of each and every character, including Godzilla and the MUTO. The pacing is perfect. I was never bored and nothing felt rushed. The climax of the film was just that - a climax. The entire movie wasn't epic battles and explosions, but it built the entire time and MAN was it rewarding and awesome to watch the ending. <br/><br/>The cast was spot on. Everyone was perfect in their roles. You can tell they spent time finding the right people for the roles, even the characters with only one or two lines. My biggest commendation goes to Aaron Taylor-Johnson, the lead actor in this movie. Previously, I had only seen him in the Kick-Ass movies, and the transformations he made for this role are incredible. He clearly has a lot of acting range and emotional depth that is rare nowadays. The Kick-Ass movies were good, don't get me wrong, but I can say with confidence that this just secured him a spot among the A-listers. I truly hope he gets the recognition he deserves for his performance in this film. <br/><br/>In short, this film is epic and it is a must see. It was more of an experience than any movie I have seen in theaters lately. Sometimes you are just watching a film, and sometimes you are granted the good fortune to become immersed in one, and this was definitely the latter.
Okay the one reason why I saw this is because... nothing could be as stupid as the military losing track of a 50ft monster in a sealed off Manhattan when it makes craters every time it takes a step. When I saw the movie - I was right. I usually watched the original Godzilla's when I was about 13 because I laughed at the effects or some of the weird things that happen. I can safely say if what you're looking for is a lot of fun that doesn't have anything as stupid as "We lost sight of a 50ft lizard" (SORRY! I can't get over that!) then this is for you.<br/><br/>So the story - A Nuclear physicist living in Japan loses his wife due to a radiation leak caused by something unknown. 15 years later his son is a lieutenant in the American military who has to go to Japan to bail his father out of prison because he tried entering the town which is now said to have radiation problems. When they get arrested again they are moved to a scientific lab where they are working on a gigantic unknown thing. Then a Kaiju comes out of it with the power of creating an EMP. Then they uncover a Japanese scientist knows of cover-ups to destroy Godzilla since 1954 They both go closer to America because another of the EMP Kaiju is there and they can reproduce. From there it's Godzilla, Military and Kaiju action.<br/><br/>There is one thing I didn't like. In every Godzilla movie there is a human protagonist so it isn't just - you know, Giant monsters destroying cities and fighting each other. Now with the father character, determined to uncover the truth behind what killed his wife for 15 years - That was interesting, I got behind that and I wanted to see him stop the Kaiju... BUT he dies about 40 minutes in to be replaced by his son. Okay will his son be interesting? He tries to serve the military and survive the Kaiju so he can be reunited with his wife and son. Oh gee, I think I've heard that before somewhere, which movie was it? Oh I know EVERY SINGLE SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER THAT HAS A SOLDIER AS THE LEADING CHARACTER. I think Aaron Taylor Johnson is a marginally decent actor but - his character and his family are just so bland and it's been done to death.<br/><br/>The updated version of Godzilla looks great. It pretty much is the version that's from the Toho movies except it isn't as clunky, the CGI does not look fake once in this movie.<br/><br/>But the big question is will fans of the original Godzilla movies (the 50 of them) enjoy this one?... I'm going to answer this as best as I can because I haven't seen one for 5 years. I think when you get down to it it's taste. If you're looking for a basic Kaiju beat-em-up then this might not be what you're looking for (instead go pick up Pacific Rim). However this has a lot of suspense to it that pays off. There isn't anything nearly as stupid as the Roland Emmerich movie (I know this is the third time I've mentioned it but... How do you lose track of a 50ft monster? At least here they give an explanation when they track down the EMP Kaiju, it's f#cking up all their tech). I'd say check it out if you want to see an American adaptation of Godzilla... That's passable.
Edwards seems to have miscalculated our investment in his cast...simultaneously underestimating how satisfying some good old-fashioned monster-on-MUTO action can be.
No, this is a reboot of the Japanese Godzilla series from 1954. This film has no connections with the previous American remake. Godzilla will have several battles with the MUTO (Massive Unknown Terrestrial Organism) monster pair. There are scenes taking place in the Philippines, Japan, Hawaii, San Francisco, California, Nevada and Las Vegas. There are also some scenes that happen on the Pacific Ocean. "Kyrie", from György Ligeti's Requiem (1965). It was also featured most famously in Kubrick's 2001 A Space Odyssey in a few scenes and was most famously the music played right before Bowman enters the wormhole. The budget was stated and is understood to be 160 million USD. This movie was filmed in 2D and utilized stereoscopic 3D conversion in post by the company Stereo D, LLC. This is the same company who converted big creature films Jurassic Park 3D and Pacific Rim. The designers of the opening titles probably wanted to have some fun with the theme of secrecy that's evident throughout the film so they created the credits to reflect that spirit. A full list of them, including the redacted words, can be read here. a5c7b9f00b