Ever since I was a little kid I’ve been super into monster movies. One of my first movie memories is of seeing Godzilla in the nineties. That kind of bad Hollywood movie starring Matthew Broderick. Unfortunately Hollywood kept up that record of doing bad Godzilla movies. Well that was until now.
Godzilla King Of The Monsters is the third entry in the monsterverse universe of movies. Previously there’s been Godzilla and Kong Skull Island which were both okay but with a major flaw. They couldn’t stop focusing on mushy people and their petty drama. That’s why I went into this movie prepared to be dissapointed.
After the waves of criticism coming from the first movie it seems like they have listened to their critics. There is still some human drama stuff but to compensate that there’s a heck of a lot more monster fighting. What any Kaiju (Japanese monster) fan wants to see are big monster destroying cities and each other and that is exactly what we got this time around! The mainstream critics are calling Godzilla King Of The Monsters a shallow movie. Obviously they don’t know the fanbase since that is exactly what we want. The humans are bystanders and distractions nothing more and that’s just how this movie plays out.
This is one of those movies that needs to be seen at a cinema. Unless you have a sound system that rivals cinematic sound systems you are not going to get the same awesome experience. Hearing the monsters roar and the hard hitting sounds of buildings falling down is one of the most satisfying things for any monster fan.
If you are into big monsters fighting, humans trying to play God and the cutest moth in existence? Then this is your must watch this movie season! Godzilla King Of The Monsters will be running at Spegeln so make sure you go there ASAP. This is a movie you do not want to miss out on!