Warner Bros. | Release Date: May 16, 2014
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NeelyryMay 16, 2014
Not quite what I was hoping. Avoided combat scenes extremely often, almost entirely till the last 20 minutes. It was upsetting bc every time that something good was going to happen it just switched scenes.
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thisseatofmarsMay 17, 2014
The title, "Godzilla," is misleading because it implies this is a movie about Godzilla, or that he's--somehow-- the lead. Godzilla, the King of Monsters himself, ladies and gentlemen, shows up for about 20 minutes of screen time in this 123The title, "Godzilla," is misleading because it implies this is a movie about Godzilla, or that he's--somehow-- the lead. Godzilla, the King of Monsters himself, ladies and gentlemen, shows up for about 20 minutes of screen time in this 123 minute clunker. Much of the film is padded out by boring, BORING, super-one-dimensional characters and their boring friends and family: specifically Ford Brody (can't act), Joe Brody (can't act) and Elle Brody (for God's sake, woman, eat a hamburger!) This movie shouldn’t have been called “Godzilla.” It should’ve been called “The Brody’s” or “Ford Looks Up Stupidly with his Mouth Half-Hung Open for Ninety Minutes While the Audience Texts and Moans Audibly with Boredom.”

This film is a serious disappointment, as I love the Godzilla series, King Kong, and Kaiju movies. Do you know who else loves all these wondrous repositories of imagination? The great Guillermo de Toro. Please, please do yourself a favour and go see the much superior and joyous "Pacific Rim" instead. Seriously, go and watch it. *There* is a movie that honours Godzilla, and handles the material properly: with love.
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ZimbardoMay 17, 2014
From the look of the other reviews I first need to establish my cred or my views are meaningless: I have a PhD in Godzillology and it is my scientific conclusion that this movie suffers from a case of "Too much army guy, not enough monsterFrom the look of the other reviews I first need to establish my cred or my views are meaningless: I have a PhD in Godzillology and it is my scientific conclusion that this movie suffers from a case of "Too much army guy, not enough monster wrestling". I'll also drop the word !!!Kaiju!!! in this review so you know I have a diploma on my wall from Toho University.

Whether it's a Japanese or American film, boring side-plots have always been an issue in Godzilla movies. They don't contribute to character development, building tension, or serve as (useful) plot devices. They are just something you suffer through before getting to the good stuff. This movie has very little good stuff. Even when the monster fight scenes were happening they seemed slow and didn't pack the same punch as other movies.

Using my super awesome research abilities I have calculated the ratio of awesome monster action to boring filler, which is reflected in my rating.

Science.
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FluffopotamusMay 16, 2014
I have seen every Godzilla movie, all 28 of them, all I can say is that the critics here are they lack a proper appreciation for the genera, because this was the greatest Daikaiju film I have ever seen.
People complaining about there being
I have seen every Godzilla movie, all 28 of them, all I can say is that the critics here are they lack a proper appreciation for the genera, because this was the greatest Daikaiju film I have ever seen.
People complaining about there being not enough of Godzilla apparently haven't sat down and taken the time to actually watch the source material.

He wasn't eye candy, he wasn't the main character, he wasn't MEANT to be the center of attention, he was meant to be an allegory and the destruction he caused and the peoples lives he affected were the main focus of the original.Given, that through the 60's and 70's he WAS the main attraction, but, that was in a time when he was targeted towards twelve year old kids while the original as well as the 1985 sequel were meant to be enjoyed for their undertones and plot.

TL;DR The movie is like the original which was amazing and the movie is SUPPOSED to be about the human element, so quit whining about there not being enough monster even though he is there for a reasonable amount of time.
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GuyTurnerMay 16, 2014
The film has a great opening and the first 20 minutes are extremely interesting. Sadly the film then plods on for the next hour with very little happening and with some of the most forgettable characters ever committed to film, (I could onlyThe film has a great opening and the first 20 minutes are extremely interesting. Sadly the film then plods on for the next hour with very little happening and with some of the most forgettable characters ever committed to film, (I could only remember the one characters name because it was the same as the make of car I drive).
As the storyline and the characters were so dull I decided to hold on to the hope that maybe some monster action may at least make the final third of the film exciting - boy was I wrong! for some reason a decision was made to cut away from any action everytime there was actually a threat of some action starting. Views of fights from inside wrecked cars, over peoples shoulders and even on TV screens, (that's right - I paid for IMAX 3D just to watch something happen on a TV screen instead), instead of letting the audience actually experience the monsters clash in all their glory.

I've heard a lot of people commenting that it is a film that slowly builds tension with character development and the slow reveal of the creatures allows the tension to build but I honestly recommend that these people go back and watch films like Jaws & Alien to see how this is done properly because Godzilla is just an extremely dull movie.
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foxgroveMay 16, 2014
When remaking a film who's main character is so iconic the driving ambition has got to be at least to improve on previous incarnations. Unfortunately, that is only partially the case here. This version suffers from a storyline that is prosaicWhen remaking a film who's main character is so iconic the driving ambition has got to be at least to improve on previous incarnations. Unfortunately, that is only partially the case here. This version suffers from a storyline that is prosaic to the point of boredom and it takes nearly an hour of dull exposition before the main event even appears. However, when he does things liven up no end. For all its other inadequacies, visually this is a stunning achievement. When the titular character and special effects take centre stage there is just no faulting the film as the craft on display is just amazing. Images like a crashed plane; Godzilla in the sea flanked by ships, A Tsunami, A burning train, shadows of the monsters aginst the city's crumbling buildings and Godzilla's face disappearing in to a pall of smoke are just a few of the breath taking compositions to behold. There are countless more, all exquisitely photographed.

All this good work is somewhat predictably confounded by the dull human angle and perfunctory screenplay. Also, although acting is secondary in a film like this, it has to be said that the performances
(besides a good turn from Bryan Cranston) range from the indifferent (Aaron Taylor Johnson) to the outright bad (Elizabeth Olsen). Sally Hawkins looks constantly downcast and on the verge of tears, in all probability wondering how she arrived here after bagging an Oscar nomination for ' Blue Jasmine', and Juliette Binoche appears pointlessly. Anyone could have done what she contributes here. Finally, we are left with a film that never orally matches its stunning visuals.
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TheOnlineGamerMay 16, 2014
To all the people who complain there wasn't enough Godzilla in this movie: Have you ever seen the original Gojira (1954)? Or ever heard of a thing called 'tension-building'? Surely not.

This film was everything I hoped it would be and
To all the people who complain there wasn't enough Godzilla in this movie: Have you ever seen the original Gojira (1954)? Or ever heard of a thing called 'tension-building'? Surely not.

This film was everything I hoped it would be and thensome! The characters were all great, there isn't a single bad performance - everyone treats this with respect and add an appropriately serious tone to the film. Ford Brody is my favourite as his strict code of honour and morals was put to the test by malevolent creatures, which created some brilliant dilemmas and great duo scenes with his father (played brilliantly by Bryan Cranston). Themes were perfectly adapted from the original Gojira, which makes this 10x more dark and gritty, but it doesn't come off as stale or half-assed.

Godzilla himself is a majestic beast, and one I don't think audiences will forget about in the near future, as well as the MUTOs who are perfect adversaries for Godzilla. This isn't Pacific Rim, you actually care about these Monsters fighting and look forward to the outcome.

In conclusion, Gareth Edwards' Godzilla is a magnificent monster movie full of heart and soul with wonderful direction and spectacular visual effects.

Even better than the original, IMO! (10/10)
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WhySoSerious54May 16, 2014
The entitled, 5 second attention span generation won't get the suspense build up here. This is a very solid movie with an amazing payoff. 1000 times better than the empty lifeless Pacific Rim. Here you feel, see, and realize the size of theseThe entitled, 5 second attention span generation won't get the suspense build up here. This is a very solid movie with an amazing payoff. 1000 times better than the empty lifeless Pacific Rim. Here you feel, see, and realize the size of these beasts with a very personal perspective. It's like eating an appetizer, enjoying the atmosphere, seeing the main course, smelling it, only to have to wait until you can sink your teeth into it. Oh and it tastes soooooo good. By the way the last 20 minutes are stunning. Expand
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TomHugMay 17, 2014
Yawn. If you like special effects, go. If you like stories, look elsewhere. Does not live up to the hype. The special effects are seamless. But the script is the standard monster-movie schlock. Predictable and smarmy.
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phildogMay 16, 2014
The main character was bland and emotionless, and manages to miraculously not get killed 5 times. As for Godzilla himself, all throughout the movie it keeps faking you out, saying "Guess what time it is? It's monster fighting time... PSYCHE!The main character was bland and emotionless, and manages to miraculously not get killed 5 times. As for Godzilla himself, all throughout the movie it keeps faking you out, saying "Guess what time it is? It's monster fighting time... PSYCHE! No it isn't." By the time they got to the actual monster fight I just didn't care anymore

Say what you will about the 1999 movie, as least Zilla was there for the whole thing and the characters had personality.
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Trev29Nov 15, 2014
This movie should be renamed anything else beside Godzilla. Where was it? Bland story with no real excitement. The visuals were good, but I just wish the movie focused on the big lizard instead of those other things.
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cumoviesSep 19, 2014
amazing CGI helps balances a iffy script.

my ratting 7/10 8/10 action/special effects 6.8/10 for story 7/10 for acting 6.8/10 for Characters/Character Development
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alva3901Jul 5, 2017
Godzilla has been a movie icon for over sixty years, emerging from the deep oceans and causing havoc in cities across the world. This new depiction of the great kaiju, acting as a reboot of the franchise and directed by an up-and-comingGodzilla has been a movie icon for over sixty years, emerging from the deep oceans and causing havoc in cities across the world. This new depiction of the great kaiju, acting as a reboot of the franchise and directed by an up-and-coming director, Gareth Edwards, is a very entertaining film despite the complaints of there being too little of Godzilla. I somewhat concur with this argument, however, having seen many of Japanese films, especially the original in 1954, it is known for Godzilla to be teased throughout the movie or have limited screen time, yet still have a profound impact on the film and the audience it is delivered to, and this is what the 2014 version does very well. However, at times, it did come at an annoyance when right as we see him, the scene changes. But this should not take away from otherwise a really good film. The design of Godzilla and the monstrous villains, the MUTOs, were very well designed and augmented to represent a respectable scale to real world buildings/infrastructure. As usual, the action scenes were a blast, with the final act dedicated to the fight we've been waiting for between the creatures. The plot carried the film smoothly, coupled with some good acting from the likes of Bryan Cranston, Ken Watanabe, and David Strathairn. But it should be noted that the good acting came from secodnary characters while our central character, Ford Brody, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, was very bland and one-dimensional. The film was an attempt at very human orientated monster film rather than focused on the monsters themselves, which is somewhat of a problem in a movie called "Godzilla". However, Gareth Edwards blends both well enough to not detract what this film manages to accomplish. With the news of a Monsterverse being created by Legendary Studious, involving the likes of King Kong, I am very excited to see where they take Godzilla in his next movie in 2019, where he will pit off against his greatest foes, King Ghidorah, Mothra, and Rodan, before taking on King Kong in 2020 to determine who the real "King" is. Expand
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FilmaholicMay 23, 2014
I have to tell you that IMAX 3D is really the only way to watch this movie. I enjoyed it thoroughly. A lot of people say that the first half of the movie was slow. It was, but there was a point to it.. It met my expectations exactly theI have to tell you that IMAX 3D is really the only way to watch this movie. I enjoyed it thoroughly. A lot of people say that the first half of the movie was slow. It was, but there was a point to it.. It met my expectations exactly the way I wanted it to. I believe that Ken Wanatabe's character was fantastic. Cranston's character was good too, but Wanatabe really stole the show for me. He is a great actor and cannot do any wrong. The fight scenes were very good. The movie was a little predictable in parts but still overall, very enjoyable. Expand
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sanyrubJan 25, 2015
Great version. It gives everything this type of film can give. The special effects are pretty moving and the first couple of times Godzilla appears on screen are hair raising. The complaints about not having enough Godzilla are not valid,Great version. It gives everything this type of film can give. The special effects are pretty moving and the first couple of times Godzilla appears on screen are hair raising. The complaints about not having enough Godzilla are not valid, usually the less you see the monster the more intrigued and kind of scared you are. Not only that but the whole final act shows a lot of Godzilla (in fact, the less interesting part to me). However, a movie like this can not offer character development or a great plot, it´s not its nature, so I cannot give it more than a 6 out of 100. Still, the performances are ok for this type of blockbuster. See it! Expand
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AtonnJul 2, 2014
Eu gostei da participação especial do Godzilla nesse filme sobre o Ford Brody.

É exatamente isso, se ver 20 minutos de Godzilla, no meio de um filme fraquíssimo sobre o "Ford Brody", tentando voltar pra casa e encontrar sua esposa, vai te
Eu gostei da participação especial do Godzilla nesse filme sobre o Ford Brody.

É exatamente isso, se ver 20 minutos de Godzilla, no meio de um filme fraquíssimo sobre o "Ford Brody", tentando voltar pra casa e encontrar sua esposa, vai te deixar feliz Godzilla é uma obra-prima! Agora se você queria ver um filme sobre o Godzilla, ai você vai ter que esperar outro, pois não foi desta vez.
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JamesIrish68Nov 1, 2015
An entertaining blockbuster which would have been much better in the hands of a good director. Johnston the lead was great in Kick Ass but very bland here. Overall quality actors poorly directed

The supporting cast was poorly used and some
An entertaining blockbuster which would have been much better in the hands of a good director. Johnston the lead was great in Kick Ass but very bland here. Overall quality actors poorly directed

The supporting cast was poorly used and some of the dialogue was just daft .The writers are the other weakness, Should have done lot better with the story line. It has the Pacific Rim syndrome of having the monsters fighting at night and in murky conditions as if they weren't confident in their own CGI.

Still enjoyed it but they should replace the director for the sequel.
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Jim222001Oct 16, 2014
Godzilla isn't a bad creature feature despite not enough Godzilla or Bryan Crantson. And the whole "will the family be reunited ?" plot is old by now. We've seen that ID4, Jurassic Park, War of the Worlds and the Day After Tomorrow. TheGodzilla isn't a bad creature feature despite not enough Godzilla or Bryan Crantson. And the whole "will the family be reunited ?" plot is old by now. We've seen that ID4, Jurassic Park, War of the Worlds and the Day After Tomorrow. The sequel needs more Godzilla, less humans and if you have someone like Bryan Cranston; use them! Expand
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HotelCentralJan 22, 2020
As the first thirty or forty minutes of Godzilla (2014) played out, I thought this was going to be a pretty good film, maybe even a really good film. Cranston is intense and the story moves right along. I was very engaged. Only then,As the first thirty or forty minutes of Godzilla (2014) played out, I thought this was going to be a pretty good film, maybe even a really good film. Cranston is intense and the story moves right along. I was very engaged. Only then, things happen. Basically, the military takes over the film and from then on it's boom bang bam. And I am left with certain complaints:

1) Let's put the SWAT team on the roof of a hotel so they have a clear line of fire because bullets out of assault rifles are really going to have an big impact on a monster the size of a small skyscraper.

2) So, we've got these helicopters, and they're packed with machine-guns, but let's fly in real real close so the even the monster with no wings has an even chance of reaching out and knocking the helicopters out of the sky.

3) We need to keep a close eye on Godzilla as he swims across the sea, because who knows if he's a good monster or a bad monster. So let's sail our aircraft carrier like 200 yards away from Godzilla's tail, even though Godzilla might sink the carrier just by brushing against it accidentally.

4) So we've got all these giant monsters popping up and threatening to destroy civilization but for some reason one of our main characters never catches an announcement via TV, radio or cell phone, like, hey y'all, if you're in the military report to your command immediately because it's a code red ultra emergency.

5) OK, like, we tried nuking Godzilla, or something, way back when, and that didn't work, and apparently we still haven't asked the question: "How could that not work?" And despite not asking that question we're still pretty darn sure that another nuke, just bigger and badder, is almost certainly going to work. Because, I guess, just the fact that you survived a nuclear blast doesn't mean you can do it again.

6) An Abrams tank can sit on the San Francisco shoreline and shoot targets at the far end of the Golden Gate Bridge but let's run those tanks out onto the bridge so they'll get a better view of monsters standing in the water beside the bridge. Sure, the tanks might go for a swim but what are you gonna do?

7) To judge by the closing credits it appears like the entire US Department of Defense provided technical advice on the making of the film so you'd probably be justified in assuming that everything in the film concerning the military is absolutely 100% accurate and correct. Well, maybe not.

On the whole this is not a bad entry into the giant monsters attacking civilization film genre, but it could've been a lot better. I mean it's almost like they had one set of writers and directors for the Bryan Cranston part of the film, and the B Team handled the rest of the film. Or maybe the C Team. You decide.
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EpicLadySpongeJan 13, 2016
It needs more Godzilla and less human talky, not less Godzilla and more human talky. Godzilla is the main star in his own movie and he only appears for like 20 minutes of movie time? You know, that's quite disappointing.
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ComandanteCobraMar 11, 2016
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Remember when as children you watched on TV movies like " Mazinger Z tai Devilman " with disappointment? Because the clash between the two protagonists was really just a tiny part of the cartoon? This Godzilla
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Remember when as children you watched on TV movies like " Mazinger Z tai Devilman " with disappointment? Because the clash between the two protagonists was really just a tiny part of the cartoon? This Godzilla offer the same feeling . You hope for a movie of a certain type and instead you find a trivial story of a Marine who faces a disaster in a city !! During this disaster Godzilla appears, but it is just a cameo in the background.
The action is uninspired, dull dialogue , no suspense , banal nuclear pollution rhetoric, mediocre special effects . Toho films with actors who wear rubber suits to represent the monsters are much more fun!

Vi ricordate quando da bambini guardavate in tv film come "Mazinga Z con Devilman" per poi accorgervi con delusione che la pellicola trattava di tutt'altro?...che lo scontro tra i due protagonisti che aspettavate con ingenua ansia era in realtà solo una minuscola parte del film? E rimanevate ovviamente delusi?
Ecco questo Godzilla da la stessa sensazione...vi illude di essere un film di un certo tipo ed invece è una banalissima storia di un Marine che affronta un disastro in una città!! Durante questo disastro appare Godzilla ...ma è sullo sfondo della pellicola al buio ed in mezzo alla nebbia. L'azione è purtroppo poco ispirata, i dialoghi del film lenti, nessuna suspense, la retorica sul nucleare e sull'inquinamento banale, effetti speciali mediocri....non ci siamo purtroppo.
i vecchi film originali dell Toho con gli attori che indossano tute di gomma per rappresentare i mostri sono molto più divertenti.
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gameguardian21Mar 24, 2016
This movie doesn't really feel like Godzilla, it feels like more human story, and a fight that happens in between and in the background of the entire film.
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PhilipBlakeSep 7, 2019
I can't believe it, but Warner have achieved what first looked impossible to me: making a worst film than the Roland Emmerich 1998 version. This Godzilla is just boring and way overrated. Only the CGI are correct, but otherwise nothing toI can't believe it, but Warner have achieved what first looked impossible to me: making a worst film than the Roland Emmerich 1998 version. This Godzilla is just boring and way overrated. Only the CGI are correct, but otherwise nothing to save here. Useless characters, lazy writing and awful original score from Alexandre Desplat (why the hell they didn't hired David Arnold from the previous Godzilla, or at least Tyler Bates...) are the only things that I can remember. The direction was ok enough and the final battle sequence wasn't great but still effective but this is overall more a disappointment than anything other. Expand
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ManToastMay 21, 2014
As someone who's first Godzilla film was this one, I was severely disappointed.
Fresh out of Pacific Rim, where the battles were intense and the chaos was satisfying, this one seemed lacking and confused in aim. The film suffers immediately
As someone who's first Godzilla film was this one, I was severely disappointed.
Fresh out of Pacific Rim, where the battles were intense and the chaos was satisfying, this one seemed lacking and confused in aim. The film suffers immediately with the cliched military man and his 'save my family' story we've seen a million times. The only good acting was from Bryan Cranston, but he's not even in the movie for long. Oddly enough, the movie seems devout on maintaining focus on Aaron Taylor-Johnson and not, well you know, Godzilla!? Every bit of tension in the film is either without a satisfying payoff, or is cut short with a transition to Mr and Mrs. Cliche. Three times too many you expect Godzilla to do his thing, but nope, just a tease. It's frustrating to endure as you are expected to just shrug off potential epic monster battles.

Many are comparing this film to Pacific Rim, saying the action there was frequent but the story was lacking and Godzilla is the opposite. I agree with this, but even in this regard I prefer Pacific Rim far more. It's a monster film, so it's fair to expect it to be about monsters wrecking cities and not whether one guy saves his family. The film plays with your expectations like crazy, ultimately driving you crazy.

To its credit, the visuals are amazing and the cinematics spectacular. Godzilla himself looks and moves exactly as you would expect. The new kaiju are sinister looking and cool as hell, but it feels as though they steal the show from The King of Monsters, especially when Godzilla is way too late to the party. In the couple of fight scenes that he's in you barely feel the need to root for him because the film's excuse for him being there is simply ridiculous. I feel the story is the worst part about the film despite it being the main focus, and the action alone fails to carry the entire movie.

Great visuals with a brilliant Godzilla rendition, but the story is cliched and a chore to watch, while the action struggles to generate any tension and even when it does it always falls flat. Usually I wouldn't recommend a film I dislike, but audiences seem to be completely split down the middle (even some extreme Godzilla fans dislike it) so I would say watch it as a gamble just to see whether or not you like it. If you expect action and epic destruction though, go see Pacific Rim instead.
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siasMay 23, 2014
A rather disappointing return of the Kaiju franchise. What should have been a fun monster mashing spectacle ended up being a strange disjointed character drama with absolutely no character. The film was awfully paced, almost absolutely devoidA rather disappointing return of the Kaiju franchise. What should have been a fun monster mashing spectacle ended up being a strange disjointed character drama with absolutely no character. The film was awfully paced, almost absolutely devoid of tension and undermined by a horrible script and ham fisted references to Hiroshima. Also, the removal of the only strong lead in the film so early on, left the last two thirds of the film with a cast that had no emotional push or screen presence whatsoever (Aaron Taylor Johnson doesn't exactly demand one's attention). Luckily, Godzilla and the other kaiju looked tremendously good and what little of them we actually see was fun. It's just a shame that everything else in the film is just so thoroughly boring and lacking in emotion and heart. A true B movie in that respect then I guess. Expand
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MarkoliusMay 20, 2014
Disappointing. The rare action scenes were beautiful. The rest was awful- cardboard bland characters poorly acted (I love Bryan Cranston but this was beneath him). Trying to be so serious without actually pulling off any sense ofDisappointing. The rare action scenes were beautiful. The rest was awful- cardboard bland characters poorly acted (I love Bryan Cranston but this was beneath him). Trying to be so serious without actually pulling off any sense of believability in plot or sympathy for the characters made for a surprisingly boring experience at the cinema. Expand
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DraconalisMay 18, 2014
the plot was a mess of coincidences so that the monsters just so happened to meet up and fight wherever the main character was. And all that fighting happened off screen. I understand the human element, and I understand that a good monsterthe plot was a mess of coincidences so that the monsters just so happened to meet up and fight wherever the main character was. And all that fighting happened off screen. I understand the human element, and I understand that a good monster movie is like... 65/35 human to monster ratio, but Godzilla was more like 90/10.

Speaking of Godzilla, he served virtually no purpose in his own movie. He was just there to clean things up so that the stars of this film, the MUTOs didn't go to the credits unchecked.

It was a terrible... terrible movie.

And they retconned Godzilla's atomic breath to be actual fire... and that upsets me.
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SleepytimeTeaMay 18, 2014
Glacial turd of a movie. Extremely flimsy and overlong character drama with a bunch of good actors squandered in nothing roles and a lead role played by a guy with zero charisma. Flimsy characters and hackneyed plot would be expected in aGlacial turd of a movie. Extremely flimsy and overlong character drama with a bunch of good actors squandered in nothing roles and a lead role played by a guy with zero charisma. Flimsy characters and hackneyed plot would be expected in a traditional monster movie, but the script doesn't focus on the monsters, instead turning it into a generic disaster movie--forcing us to spend 100 minutes following a guy who can't even play a convincing action figure. Its like Jaws without any of the great characters or suspense. Script gives talented Liz Olsen nothing unique to do. Anyone who liked this movie: you can't tell me the main character's little kid son wasn't the least interesting kid in a movie ever. It's like he wandered in off the street and was cast on the spot. Pacific Rim was a little corny but it had a lot of personality and a strong director's vision. This director's vision seems to be that the most mundane things from a monster movie need to be given a huge spotlight while ignoring the centerpiece of the film--the monster. It's like if Office Space was 5% funny workers and 95% bubbling water cooler. Expand
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lilkillpappyMay 24, 2014
I was really hoping this movie would be one of the few large scale, over the top, special effects spectacles that doesn't completely suck, but it isn't. Has all the typical problems. Acting that ranges from boring to bad, shallow characters,I was really hoping this movie would be one of the few large scale, over the top, special effects spectacles that doesn't completely suck, but it isn't. Has all the typical problems. Acting that ranges from boring to bad, shallow characters, shallow story, absolutely nothing that an adult would find emotionally gripping. Waste your money if you want. If you are over 25 you will find it pointless. Expand
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funkymooseMay 18, 2014
This movie was honestly terrible. I went in not expecting much and even then I was disappointed.

The character development is light. Despite all the emotion they attempt to vest in the main character he feels completely unsubstantiated.
This movie was honestly terrible. I went in not expecting much and even then I was disappointed.

The character development is light. Despite all the emotion they attempt to vest in the main character he feels completely unsubstantiated. The dialogue is poorly written, not a word feels authentic.

There are some visually stunning special effects. Some of the action is pretty cool. But other than that, I wasn't pleased.
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Gamer84May 27, 2014
The movie was perfect the way it was done. I can't see anyone do better than this. There is a thing called, "suspense" that a lot of movies lack nowadays. I loved the teasing because that's when you know they got you hooked. Many monsterThe movie was perfect the way it was done. I can't see anyone do better than this. There is a thing called, "suspense" that a lot of movies lack nowadays. I loved the teasing because that's when you know they got you hooked. Many monster movie franchises in the past pulled this off effectively and no one complained about it. Let’s start off with Alien and the way that teases us little by little on what it looks like as it kills people one by one. The next one is Predator. This one is completely camouflaged killing squad members until Arnold is the only one left to finally show himself. Just look at movies like Jaws, Dragonslayer, Terminator, The hidden, Jurassic Park, The abyss and many others. This is a great formula because it keeps you in anticipation. Pacific Rim was pure garbage from beginning to end. I'm glad this movie didn't follow that path because then there’s nothing for you to look forward to. Children probably liked Pacific Rim just like another movie called Transformers. These are movies that failed to have an on par story. All they are is multimillion dollar toy commercials from beginning to end in which by the time the movie is over you wind up with a migraine. There’s no suspense or WOW moment unlike what the new Godzilla movie accomplished. There are enough Godzilla WOW moments and Trailer scenes that were newly edited which no one talks about. This made every Godzilla scene new to me. Also I will say that I have seen every Godzilla movie and I will say that this one had more screen time than each of those other ones. Now with talks of a sequel they will probably add more fight scenes but they have to stick to this formula. Expand
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SpankyJun 21, 2015
What an absolute disaster, not only as a Godzilla movie, but as monster movie in general. Godzilla is literally on film only about 15 minutes. The "spectacular" final fight takes place at night in a black cloud of dust. You can barely makeWhat an absolute disaster, not only as a Godzilla movie, but as monster movie in general. Godzilla is literally on film only about 15 minutes. The "spectacular" final fight takes place at night in a black cloud of dust. You can barely make out any of the action taking place in the dark.

This is really a film about a navy man and his relationships with his father and family. Godzilla is a background for this family drama. This movie reminds me of the terrible first Hulk film. Horrible. horrible, horrible!
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psycrosMay 22, 2014
Not a complete letdown, but not far from it, either. To sum it up as succinctly as possible: the director wanted to do a modern remake of a classic Godzilla movie. Unfortunately he chose to remake a really *bad* one. The trailers useNot a complete letdown, but not far from it, either. To sum it up as succinctly as possible: the director wanted to do a modern remake of a classic Godzilla movie. Unfortunately he chose to remake a really *bad* one. The trailers use Cranston to sell the pic and the movie isn't really even about him, and he's in less than half of it. The monsters seem to be able to become silent and invisible at will, Godzilla's place in the film is barely explained (and poorly at that), the Japanese scientist pulls theories from thin air based on NO data whatsoever but which somehow turn out to be correct. Its a painful watch, and just seeing the Big G stomping around for a little while in classic form isn't nearly enough to save this clunker. A rental at best, but honestly you'd be better off re-watching a GOOD giant monster film like Pacific Rim. Expand
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hemmo1986Jun 2, 2014
While Godzilla starts off strong, with its attempt to build up tension. Ultimately it ends up lacking any real character development; thanks mainly to the average script and predictable story outcome.

Let's face it before the movie starts
While Godzilla starts off strong, with its attempt to build up tension. Ultimately it ends up lacking any real character development; thanks mainly to the average script and predictable story outcome.

Let's face it before the movie starts we basically know how this movie is going to end. Massive monster battles, complete destruction and chaos, all done with amazing high budget special effects.

Sadly its just another movie for the audience to switch their brains off and enjoy the ride, with no real cerebral requirements.

If that's your kind of movie than you will enjoy the ride. If you want to know what to expect, just watch any transformers movie or marvel movie. and that's what you have. Accept of course with Godzilla.
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RamyoMay 26, 2014
I had such high hopes for this movie but found that it was a disappointing rendition of Godzilla's return to the big screen. The movie is called Godzilla but its really the story of Aaron Taylor Johnson. He has 4x more screen time than theI had such high hopes for this movie but found that it was a disappointing rendition of Godzilla's return to the big screen. The movie is called Godzilla but its really the story of Aaron Taylor Johnson. He has 4x more screen time than the titular character and despite being a good actor, I think most of his scenes did nothing to advance the plot. When you have a larger than life character like Godzilla, you focus on him because that is whom your audiences came to see. The Godzilla reveal took far to long to happen, and by the time it did, he only gets a few seconds of screen time before the camera pans to a long scene with the human actors.

There is a line from Ken Wanatabe in the movie that perfectly sums up what the audience was denied: "Let them fight". It was that simple. While hoping for a slugfest between kaiju where Godzilla shows why he is the King of the Monsters, we were instead given a frustrating tease of a movie that could have been something truly epic. If the makers of Godzilla want to know how to do a Kaiju movie right, they should go watch Pacific Rim.
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DCEdmondsNov 13, 2014
"Godzilla" 10 Scale Rating: 5.0 (Mediocre) ...

The Good: Godzilla himself was absolutely fantastic. When he is finally shown in all his glory, he is a sight to behold. Probably the best representation of the famous monster that I have ever
"Godzilla" 10 Scale Rating: 5.0 (Mediocre) ...

The Good: Godzilla himself was absolutely fantastic. When he is finally shown in all his glory, he is a sight to behold. Probably the best representation of the famous monster that I have ever seen. The effects were top notch and Godzilla (as well as his adversaries) looked quite real. The story is initially a good one with a setup that grabs your attention. Cranston is great in a supporting role and Taylor-Johnson is adequate, despite playing a very generic character. The final 20 minutes or so of the film were outstanding.

The Bad: If you are hoping to see Godzilla duke it out with monsters for the better part of two hours, you'll walk away disappointed. At the 1:40 mark of a 2:00 film, Godzilla had appeared twice ... briefly. On two occasions, right when Godzilla is about to finally throw down, the scene shifts elsewhere and when it returns, the battle is over and we are instead shown the aftermath. Not until the film's final moments, do we get to see any full on Godzilla action. Godzilla's enemies honestly weren't very spectacular either and looked like rejected designs from "Cloverfield". With a long list of cool and interesting monsters that Godzilla is known for fighting, it is baffling to me why they went this route. Also, the military in this film were shockingly stupid, making poor decisions left and right. The dramatic elements of the film also start to fall apart halfway through as some characters are no longer around. Elizabeth Olsen was a poorly used plot device and brought nothing to the film. Ultimately, the film is a disappointing effort that had vast potential.
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Johnny_BMay 31, 2014
Very boring and simple movie filled with cliche and pathetic american patriotism. The plot couldn't be more simple, straightforward and predictable. Visual effect are good but I don't really care about them. I didn't enjoy it a bit and IVery boring and simple movie filled with cliche and pathetic american patriotism. The plot couldn't be more simple, straightforward and predictable. Visual effect are good but I don't really care about them. I didn't enjoy it a bit and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Expand
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SothMay 16, 2014
This movie felt like going to wrestle mania and watching a member of the audience travel from the ticket counter to his seat with a few events along the way and finally make it to his seat to catch the last match and then its over toThis movie felt like going to wrestle mania and watching a member of the audience travel from the ticket counter to his seat with a few events along the way and finally make it to his seat to catch the last match and then its over to quickly. Godzilla wasn't the main character in my opinion, nether were the other monsters. They said that when they did the fight scene they look at bears fighting. Really!!! If you look at other Godzilla movies it was more closer related to wrestling, dramatic over the top fights. Very disappointed. Expand
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bleh910May 19, 2014
Barely a godzilla movie. He is rarely shown or talked about until the end. To much focus on annoying people and one dumb couple. Like entire cities are flattened. I don't care about this guys wife while thousands of others die.
Also the
Barely a godzilla movie. He is rarely shown or talked about until the end. To much focus on annoying people and one dumb couple. Like entire cities are flattened. I don't care about this guys wife while thousands of others die.
Also the actor from kickass is the lead and he sucks!! The preview makes it seem like cranston is lead but nope. rip off misleading ads!!!
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austerusMay 19, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. It is difficult to put the awfulness of the movie in words. I think the main problem is that the producers tried too hard to make this movie more than it is.
What the movie is: an excuse to show CGI monsters fighting. From this perspective, it works. The CGI is nice, even beautiful to look at. Plenty of eye candy in the monster fights. The only complain I have in this perspective is the unimaginative monster design. Godzilla is fine (moves like a chubby teddy bear) but the others are not very interesting.

What the movie isn't: dramatic. There's no drama there simply because the human characters are totally inconsequential. There's no reason to care for them, their actions have no impact on the events unfolding and while that may help the point that humans are just pawns in a bigger game, it also made me feel that the time spent with human characters was a waste.

There's no tension building, the story just drags on to the moment everyone is waiting: the unveiling of the monsters. And one they're on screen, they quickly go off screen to make some room for the inconsequential human characters.

Speaking of inconsequential, the movie spends time introducing us to to the main character's father and mother, the latter dying while the former becomes obsessed with unraveling a supposed cover-up. Why? The entire setup has no consequence over the story. His father blabbers about 'echolocation' which leads to the army discovering a second creature en route to ... Vegas? They discover it about 5 minutes before entering the city. That would have happened with or without his father. The main character's participation is also no triggered by the introduction: he's an army man, he could have simply stayed home and join the battle there.

We could spend weeks discussing the movie's shortcomings. The producers don't bother much with physics and making a difference between radiation and nuclear fuel, although the movie's setup is based on that. A nuke explodes 2 kilometers (yes, in the end the bomb with 5 minutes to go is left moving on a small boat at about 13-14knots, meaning it was about 2km away from the harbor when it goes off and there seems to be no effect, no blast, hitting the city, nuclear fallout, etc.

The movie has about 15 minutes of worthwhile scenes and over an hour of pure annoyance. Can't recommend it.
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prossnip42May 19, 2014
**** you **** you **** you!!!!!! godzilla huh. well for a movie called godzilla it sure as **** wasnt a lot of godzilla in it. and i know you may be saying they try to build tension but the original had an amazing build up and godziila was in**** you **** you **** you!!!!!! godzilla huh. well for a movie called godzilla it sure as **** wasnt a lot of godzilla in it. and i know you may be saying they try to build tension but the original had an amazing build up and godziila was in the movie for the most part. you done ****ed it up yet again america. first godziila 1998 and then this **** Expand
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Mazmorrero47May 16, 2014
I appreciate the filmmakers' effort to create a more dramatic take on Godzilla. However, they forgot that in order to achieve that, they needed to make the characters interesting and develop them. Giving the lead role to Aaron Taylor-JohnsonI appreciate the filmmakers' effort to create a more dramatic take on Godzilla. However, they forgot that in order to achieve that, they needed to make the characters interesting and develop them. Giving the lead role to Aaron Taylor-Johnson was a huge mistake, because the guy can't act to save his life. He plays just another stereotypical soldier with a nurse as a romantic interest. And if you watch the film because of Bryan Cranston, you're going to be sorely disappointed, because he doesn't have much screen-time; same thing for Juliette Binoche. Talk about wasting talent.

Technically speaking, the film is stunning. It should get Oscar nominations for visual effects, sound (seriously, Godzilla's scream is one of the best sound effects ever) and cinematography. Unfortunately, when a cool action sequence is about to happen, the story immediately moves away to throw boring exposition and cliches.

Sure, it's better than the Roland Emmerich train wreck, but that doesn't make it a great movie either.
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AaronActionMay 18, 2014
Imagine Pacific Rim, but MUCH crappier and 1/10 of the fighting.
This is the first negative review I've forced myself to write because of how false leading the movie and adds are.
You wont' see Byran Cranston more than 25 minutes after
Imagine Pacific Rim, but MUCH crappier and 1/10 of the fighting.
This is the first negative review I've forced myself to write because of how false leading the movie and adds are.

You wont' see Byran Cranston more than 25 minutes after the movie starts cause he dies, and not only has one of the worst deaths ever, but his son completely ignores his fathers death without a single word bout it the entire movie, but instead continue on with the crappy story.

They also spend 7/10 of the movie talking about and locating these Creatures taht feed off nuclear waste.

I didn't expect this movie to be realistic, but it's so unrealisatic and there'es so many crappy plot holes I was surprised they released it, espeically ecause 99% of the scenes seem drawn out and add absolutley nothing to the story.
Atleast great, and I do mean great action tries to help save this film, but it only comes in the lsat 15-20 minutes and by then it's way too late.

Also why the hell does Godzilla create a Tsanmi when hes coming (durriing Hawaia), but the next 5 times doesnt cause any
I could desect this video into a millin pieces.
his is the biggest disappointment I've ever all year. Perhps worst movie of the year.
Not only is Godzilla a cameo in his own film, they show his villian (not oe of his recognizable villians) atleast 5 times more then they do him.

If you wanna see 10 minutes of fighting watch the final 20 minutes, that's the only part of the film worth watching. Watch it and you'll see what I mean. I wanna justify spending money on seeing it the day it released ,bu It really can't. This film was **** terrible.r
BTW I love Byran Cranston, he dies within 25 minutes of the film.
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Muan142May 17, 2014
The last ten or twenty minutes would make a good intro to a good Godzilla movie. This, while not being the worst Godzilla movie, certainly not worse than the 1996 one, is certainly not one of the better ones. Three big things are wrong withThe last ten or twenty minutes would make a good intro to a good Godzilla movie. This, while not being the worst Godzilla movie, certainly not worse than the 1996 one, is certainly not one of the better ones. Three big things are wrong with it. The first is that Godzilla is depicted not as the terrifying embodiment of the atomic threat and enemy of both sides but rather as a somewhat apathetic superhero and defender of mankind. This has been done in a lot of Godzilla movies and it has never been much good. At the end for instance, when Godzilla defeats the monsters in San Fransisco, he goes to sleep. If this were a good godzilla movie he would rampage on and level San Fransisco, but this is superhero Godzilla so he takes a nap and then heads off into the sea.

Second, the humans do nothing and can do nothing. I'd also point out they are uninteresting, but in order for them to be interesting in any Godzilla movie they need some sort of potency. They need to be capable of affecting the monsters. Most Godzilla movies also have impotent humans, but then most Godzilla movies aren't that great. Humans take up a ton of screen time in this version and they are boring as hell. Godzilla won't hurt them because he's in superhero mode, so we aren't really scared for them and they can't hurt any of the monsters. They humans essentially do nothing. I'm almost convinced they added in the whole monster eggs sub plot just to give the main character something to do. And I still don't know his name!

Lastly, too little screen time for Godzilla. There are theoretically two or three times that there could have or should have been a monster fight scene in the move but where instead the camera just cuts away. A lot of people compare this to Jaws and talk about building tension. The problem here is that we see plenty of footage of the monsters who kill people. Godzilla just isn't one of them. He's not Jaws, he's superman and a superman movie with about ten minutes of superman in it just at the end is kinda terrible. It's exacerbated by the fact that instead of Godzilla footage we have scene after scene about the human characters who nobody can care about and who cannot possibly have any affect on the plot.

On the bright side, this is the best-looking Godzilla movie of all time. One shot of Godzilla literally riding a tsunami had me convinced for a second that this movie was about to get awesome. Also, San Fransisco gets torn apart, so at least it has a happy ending. There are a lot of smaller technical and plot related issues. I honestly think Toho was just thrilled to finally have a great budget for a Godzilla flick and let the Americans decide the plot points. Rent it on Netflix or something but seeing it in theaters is kind of a waste of money. My theater has really comfy seats though so I still enjoyed it.
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Billyliar87May 18, 2014
I was hoping for a better film, but was unfortunately left underwhelmed. The effects were beautiful, as well as cinematography. The idea of a modern take on Godzilla was also fleshed out (albeit to the extreme of over-exposition). Lastly,I was hoping for a better film, but was unfortunately left underwhelmed. The effects were beautiful, as well as cinematography. The idea of a modern take on Godzilla was also fleshed out (albeit to the extreme of over-exposition). Lastly, the fight scenes between the monsters were brief moments of splendor.
Alas, the lack of an inspired screenplay wiped all of these pros clean off the table and left this as a mediocre monster flick with severely underdeveloped characters. The talent was there! Yet, the main character (Johnson) had "motivation" that felt forced and his character's arc was practically non-existent! Bryan Cranston was sadly underused and could have been more interesting given more screen time. Ken Watanabe and his team served absolutely no purpose to the plot, as he just follows the monster around with his mouth open in awe of the creature the whole time. The more I think about what the characters were "doing" the more angry I get and the less I like the movie because I feel like every human character wasted my time. The film also took itself way too seriously, and lacked any sense of humor or fun. (see Pacific Rim) The intention was well put in this reboot... but in the end, the script was not there. I really really wanted to like this movie, but was left sadly disappointed. Sad times.
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HomeCriticMay 18, 2014
I'm somewhat mixed about this film. It's a film that likes teasing main event, building expectations. But the problem is, that almost everything else feels like a filler because of it. Besides Godzilla and other creatures and theirI'm somewhat mixed about this film. It's a film that likes teasing main event, building expectations. But the problem is, that almost everything else feels like a filler because of it. Besides Godzilla and other creatures and their spectacular confrontation, this film has little to offer:
Characters are bland and uninspired, except Bryan Cranston, whose character had at least some emotion behind him. The son (played by Aaron Johnson) who is the main protagonist in the second act of the movie has none of that.. Mind as well be a faceless brick...
The film can be just split into three parts: first, containing Cranston is actually an engaging character study and mystery plot. After Cranston leaves the movie, interest starts to fall apart, mainly because of dull characters and the anticipation of Godzilla. Human drama wasn't important to me, because these people had no emotional weight to it (except the first act).
The third act is actually hurt after all that tedious teasing in the second act, but it is still enjoyable and is the highlight of the movie. This part saves the film from being a complete disaster.
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EludiumQ36Oct 5, 2014
Great story but executed poorly as a movie. The screenwriting is paced as a tv mini-series, which means the payoff is delayed till Act III. And why are there still plausibility problems in 2014?! Take Honolulu being over-run by the MUTO, andGreat story but executed poorly as a movie. The screenwriting is paced as a tv mini-series, which means the payoff is delayed till Act III. And why are there still plausibility problems in 2014?! Take Honolulu being over-run by the MUTO, and the lieutenant's wife is oblivious until her child clues her in, really?! These and other dumb scenes should've be cut to trim this down from 2hrs to a faster-paced 90-mins. Expand
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BasiltheBatLordMay 18, 2014
Despite it's title, this film is not about Godzilla. The focus of the film highly lies with the other two antagonist monsters and with the awfully cliched military-man protagonist. Godzilla has absolutely no depth whatsoever to hisDespite it's title, this film is not about Godzilla. The focus of the film highly lies with the other two antagonist monsters and with the awfully cliched military-man protagonist. Godzilla has absolutely no depth whatsoever to his character and exists purely to serve the role of absolute and total savior. He submerges for the first time in 60 years just to kick the bad guys butts and then immediately leaves as soon as the job was over as if he was just waiting to be a good guy. Some criticize this film for lacking action but I actually found that to be a great relief in the days where every blockbuster movie must spend 45 minutes of the film blowing things up for no reason. To discuss the positive aspects of the film, the CGI monsters really do look fantastic and some scenes of the fight sequences were genuinely very cool but what drags this movie down is how Godzilla is almost a supporting character whose only role is to save the day when needed. This film should have just concentrated on one kaiju, that being Godzilla. Other monsters should have waited for inevitable cash-in sequels. Expand
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notorious_pogMay 22, 2014
The movies filled with plotholes, and about 5 seconds of godzilla actually fighting, with the rest of the movie revolving around military drama, without getting the military part right.
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DeathSladeJun 27, 2014
This movie was very boring and was a letdown
I loved the effects but the characters was just bland and boring
Not the godzilla movie that i wanted
Godzilla would be upset
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Fanaro009Jul 10, 2014
If you like clichés, you will love this movie. They did a great work catalogueing every one of them and putting them together in a somewhat reasonable order. I cannot believe someone who's more than 7 years old could like this movie, tediousIf you like clichés, you will love this movie. They did a great work catalogueing every one of them and putting them together in a somewhat reasonable order. I cannot believe someone who's more than 7 years old could like this movie, tedious repetition. I watched it with my brother and cousins who are early teenagers and they were as disgusted as I was. In fact, we were so mad by wasting our money on such crap that we watched X-Men Days of Future Past without paying for it, seriously, it's the least the cinema should do for us.
Spot the critics who gave this movie a good review and don't ever read their reviews again!!!

By the way, sadly, this might kill Bryan Cranston's. **** believable that they kill one of the best actors of all time just so we have to keep torturing ourselves with the stupid looks of the disappointing Aaron Taylor-Johnson. I say disappointing because Mr. Taylor-Johnson did an amazing job as Count Vronsky in Anna Karenina. Total shipwreck is an eufemism for this movie.
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LBCMay 31, 2014
Forget what a Godzilla movie "should" be. The fact is, Godzilla 2014 is just a mediocre movie any way you slice it. It was a boring night at the movies. The main character, Ford, is wooden and almost puppet-like in his performance. The plotForget what a Godzilla movie "should" be. The fact is, Godzilla 2014 is just a mediocre movie any way you slice it. It was a boring night at the movies. The main character, Ford, is wooden and almost puppet-like in his performance. The plot is weak and laden with pro-military propaganda, not to mention long, boring lectures from the scientists. Go watch something else. Expand
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Ansatsu83Jul 27, 2014
Not enough monster stomping fun. Only about 30 to 40 minutes of the movie involves Godzilla on a rampage!!! The rest is a story about a character I could personally care less about. Insert John Doe, with a crazy conspiracy (yet accurate)Not enough monster stomping fun. Only about 30 to 40 minutes of the movie involves Godzilla on a rampage!!! The rest is a story about a character I could personally care less about. Insert John Doe, with a crazy conspiracy (yet accurate) father, and thats your main character. More monsters, more radiation breath, less story, please... Expand
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kamgeforceAug 23, 2014
That was just baaaad. 2 hours long US military promo video, with few minutes of Godzilla which can be seen well only in final scene. Full of clichés typical for american production... The only thing that saves this at least a little bit isThat was just baaaad. 2 hours long US military promo video, with few minutes of Godzilla which can be seen well only in final scene. Full of clichés typical for american production... The only thing that saves this at least a little bit is Bryan Cranston and final fight. Over all boring as **** Expand
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Bruce722Nov 28, 2014
Godzilla was a fairly decent film but it had so much unfulfilled potential. The first flaw in the film is that the protagonist of the film was a miserable fail because Aaron Taylor-Johnson simply cannot act. Sure, he did great in Kick-Ass butGodzilla was a fairly decent film but it had so much unfulfilled potential. The first flaw in the film is that the protagonist of the film was a miserable fail because Aaron Taylor-Johnson simply cannot act. Sure, he did great in Kick-Ass but the reality is that those films are more silly in nature. Godzilla required him to deliver a few scenes that were more serious and emotional and he simply couldn't do it. Making his lack of acting chops even more apparent was the incredible acting of Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Olsen. The other fail in the film was that they tried to artificially manufacture drama in order to add intrigue. All those things did was take away from the film. Honestly, I feel that this movie would've been so much better if it was about 30 minutes shorter. Johnson's lack of acting ability wouldn't have been so pronounced and the ridiculousness of the unrealistic drama wouldn't have existed. Those two adjustments and now we have a legitimately awesome Godzilla film. Expand
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beingryanjudeSep 3, 2014
Admittedly, this installment in the Godzilla franchise is my very first experience with Godzilla. It's nothing like King Kong, and Godzilla is not a villain. I never would've guessed--nor would I have guessed this to be suspenseful andAdmittedly, this installment in the Godzilla franchise is my very first experience with Godzilla. It's nothing like King Kong, and Godzilla is not a villain. I never would've guessed--nor would I have guessed this to be suspenseful and cheer-worthy. Bryan Cranston continues his career-peak with a notable role here. Expand
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LaGuertaJul 22, 2014
While I can understand the lack of screen time for the titular character is necessary to build suspense, it is harder to swallow 'human drama' which fills the gaps. The laughably cliqued dialogue and one dimensional characters who spend anWhile I can understand the lack of screen time for the titular character is necessary to build suspense, it is harder to swallow 'human drama' which fills the gaps. The laughably cliqued dialogue and one dimensional characters who spend an inordinate amount of their considerable screen time open mouthed and staring above or open mouthed and frowning drag pace to a crawl. A safe option would be to give the film a miss and instead watch the two minute trailer which revealed the only interesting and well done parts of one of the dullest blockbusters ever witnessed by man, beast or winged preying mantis. Expand
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BogKidOct 18, 2014
Where are the positive reviews coming from? I've been watching movies for many, many years and I love a good sic-fil or monster movie. Accenting the word "good", this 2014 version of Godzilla. This flick is neither good sic-fi nor a goodWhere are the positive reviews coming from? I've been watching movies for many, many years and I love a good sic-fil or monster movie. Accenting the word "good", this 2014 version of Godzilla. This flick is neither good sic-fi nor a good monster movie. (1) Essentially plot-less with mediocre dialog. (2) The Mutos look ridiculous. Nasty, very large praying mantises. (3) Pretty awful acting. I checked out the hero's bio and was shocked to find that he is not a graduate of a pre-school acting academy. His disturbed, vacant stares into the distance gave me that impression. (4) Turn some damn lights on! What are you hiding? Mediocre and unimaginative CGI? (5) Someone in Hollywood, please find the excellent David Strathairn (the Admiral) a job in the good movie he deserves. I was frankly embarrassed for him. Expand
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TroaJun 9, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Godzilla sold itself on Godzilla, not the slim Americanized version from the last US Godzilla movie, but a much closer to true version, roaming. All in all, there was an okay amount of action involving Godzilla. There was a lot more action not involving him, however. While the focus could have been Godzilla, it felt much more to be on a single soldier who happened to find himself in bad situations over and over, and still somehow live. Simply put, there was not enough lizard, and too much talking. Expand
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ViolettSep 14, 2014
Really bad movie. For me as I was all previous Godzilla movies - of 2000th, of 1990th, this movie does not bring anything new. Just nothing at all, the plot was just scrapped from another movies. Almost no special effects makes things evenReally bad movie. For me as I was all previous Godzilla movies - of 2000th, of 1990th, this movie does not bring anything new. Just nothing at all, the plot was just scrapped from another movies. Almost no special effects makes things even worse, cmon guys, it is 2014, we saw Godzilla dozen times already, saw in all dimensions, you could at least add some fire to it. Does not worth to watch if you saw at least couple of Godzilla movies, even of you didn't try Pacific Rim or 1990th version instead. Expand
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zmgalen2000May 28, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. With Godzilla being the hero, this didn't focus on him being a "monster". This mainly focused on other monsters, and Godzilla was only in for about 15 minutes of the movie. I was extremely bored during the film. There wasn't enough action either. Also, there was a lack of dialogue. When there was dialogue, it was very vague. I thought this movie would be better. This isn't even a Godzilla movie. If you are a Godzilla fan, skip this. Godzilla saves the city and doesn't fight with anyone at all in the film. Expand
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SneezeJunkyAug 30, 2014
This is not about not seeing Godzilla enough. This is simply because the acting was horrible. + They killed their only brilliant actor at the first 30-45 min of the movie.

I rarely regret seeing a movie in the theater. But this one is on
This is not about not seeing Godzilla enough. This is simply because the acting was horrible. + They killed their only brilliant actor at the first 30-45 min of the movie.

I rarely regret seeing a movie in the theater. But this one is on top of my **** list
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MagicManRAWJun 30, 2014
Classic monster movie in a modern age. It is ok. Just ok. Way, way better than the last Godzilla, but still was very weak. The story put up is ok. The concept that is. I really hate it when the main character just happens to always beClassic monster movie in a modern age. It is ok. Just ok. Way, way better than the last Godzilla, but still was very weak. The story put up is ok. The concept that is. I really hate it when the main character just happens to always be in the right or wrong place at the right or wrong moment. It is forced. In a big wide world, it just happens that this one guy is always near where the monsters are and he come sup with answers. Boring. I am talking about Aaron Johnson. Very boring and bland character. The story should have been better. I just did not buy the whole "world order" thing. The real 'bad guy" should have been the backstory. I would have lived with it if they spent 10 mins to touch upon the next movie and this was just a set up for the next film. Sadly, they did not and I doubt they will come up with a new one or if they do it will be any good Expand
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MinosOfCreteJun 2, 2014
Awesome trailer, lacklustre film. This is a film which is supposed to be about monsters fighting monsters, but seems intent on focusing as little attention as possible on the incredible struggle between two monoliths, to concentrate on aAwesome trailer, lacklustre film. This is a film which is supposed to be about monsters fighting monsters, but seems intent on focusing as little attention as possible on the incredible struggle between two monoliths, to concentrate on a decent, but far from original story of a 'man torn away from family, and suffering to fight for his family' tale. The craziest part of this whole film isn't what's in it, but rather, what ISN'T in it, primarily Godzilla himself. Like seriously, they mention godzilla a few times at the start of the film, but the next 40 mins isn't even about Godzilla, it's about some other plot instead. Godzilla then briefly appears, and boy when he appears for his 4 minutes, he sure is an awesome sight to behold...until we switch back to some annoying plot about how the military keep on angsting like a teenage girl before prom about how they can't kill the beast, and how ineffective they are, and so on and so forth. For me personally, this feels like a few parts of an A+ film sprinkled over what is essentially a B movie. Bryan Cranston is awesome(as always), making his personal tragedy felt even across the screen, and portraying his role as haunted paranoid in a brilliant fashion...which makes everything else look ridiculous when you see how unenthused the other actors seem to be in their roles. Even the Godzilla special effects are amazing, when they actually show them...but that makes the 90% of the film where Godzilla is absent(and he is absent, not like a 'i'm doing something awesome' absent, but more like a 'I show up, wreck **** for 5 mins, then return back to the sea for some relaxing swimming for the next 50 mins' absent) feel so incredibly dry and sterile. For the action sequences, I hope you enjoy watching 100 foot lizards wrestling with 80 foot monsters...ON A CRAPPY TV FOR 30 SECONDS(seriously, look at the movie where Godzilla first appears and the kid is watching TV, and that is how long it's shown for).

Don't be enticed by the A+ special effects or 20 mins of Bryan Cranston into looking at 60 minutes of essentially nothing of note. This is not worth your time, and should be renamed from 'Godzilla' to 'Walking with MUTOs', because the only thing this documentary(not action film) is lacking is a David Attenborough voiceover.
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MegaSolipsistAug 6, 2014
The cinematic equivalent of watching paint dry. The great actors were squandered with wooden dialogue and nothing to do. Godzilla was constantly promised but never revealed until long after I stopped caring. But despite all of it's flaws,The cinematic equivalent of watching paint dry. The great actors were squandered with wooden dialogue and nothing to do. Godzilla was constantly promised but never revealed until long after I stopped caring. But despite all of it's flaws, this movie could have been entertaining had it remembered how silly the premise of a radioactive, fire-breathing dinosaur is. Instead, it tried to make itself serious and Oscar-worthy, and ended up collapsing under the weight of its own pomposity. Expand
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raj_ebertMay 22, 2014
The problem with Godzilla is it tries to attract the adult audience while remaining a silly fun flick meant for pre-teen viewers. And Godzilla totally fails in this attempt. The visuals are stunning. The monsters in the movie look overThe problem with Godzilla is it tries to attract the adult audience while remaining a silly fun flick meant for pre-teen viewers. And Godzilla totally fails in this attempt. The visuals are stunning. The monsters in the movie look over engineered and the audience are unable to comprehend what they are looking at. This is neither a monster movie, nor a disaster flick but tries to achieve both and fails in both aspects. The human characters are underdeveloped and the monsters are overdeveloped to an extent that if you are not a pre-teen audience or a die hard Godzilla fan, this movie would be an ordeal to sit through. The plot is silly and incomplete with most of the times some unknown character look at the sky with awe. The flying monsters are so synthetic looking, you get tired of looking at them for the second time. Godzilla is an evidence that both Hollywood and the American audience are losing their taste in movies with substance, and are leaning towards eye candy, synthetic extravaganza with no life in the content. Expand
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TheCritic23Jun 28, 2014
I've waited a long time to give my first ever metacritic review, so it's only fitting it be served up to an institution in film making which has been entertaining me since I was first born. Godzilla has been burnt into my subconscious for asI've waited a long time to give my first ever metacritic review, so it's only fitting it be served up to an institution in film making which has been entertaining me since I was first born. Godzilla has been burnt into my subconscious for as long as I can remember. Jung would probably call her (yes Godzilla is female) my inner Goddess, but enough about my personal relationship with a giant anthropomorphic lizard . If you are a Godzilla fan, you will move through several stages in the viewing of this movie.

First you will experience hope. The opening credits are creative and original and immediately open into Bryan Cranston and Juliet Binoche acting superbly. Characters are being developed, plot points are being leveraged, foreshadowing is in abundance. Then, it changes, (no spoilers here).

Second you will experience fear. The realization that all your previous hopes have been abandoned and you are actually, yes, stuck inside an American military propaganda film. I can't think of a more heinous skin within which a Godzilla film might be wrapped. At it's core Godzilla is a modern archetype representing a reaction to the military industrial complex and radioactive pollution. Remember all the model tanks being smashed in the original Godzilla movies? Remember how Godzilla was reawakened by nuclear tests in the pacific? Not anymore. Now it's all, "Yay Marines! How can I be of service to the United States Army!"

Third you will experience disappointment. Regardless of the political sandbagging, you will still want to see a big monster fight. You will, and it will not be very good. It will also take a long, long, long, time to get there, with 2 or 3 fake-outs. Also, if you enjoyed Godzilla having a personality, you can forget it. Personally I feel as though the "evil" monsters (MUTO's as dubbed by the military in one of the most painful pieces of exposition ever to grace a film since "unobtainium" in Avatar) had the most personality in the entire film, yes even compared to Cranston and Binoche.

On a positive note, the FX are absolutely amazing. The physics of the giant creatures are perfect and the movie never shies away from a long shot which is a real breath of fresh air in the current climate of cinematic, close-up, shaky camera antics. It really has amazing production values and the team behind the visuals/editing/cinematography should be very proud.

Some might say I'm taking this film to seriously, but considering the dark tone set by the film, I think I'm on point with it's shortcomings. And honestly, Compared to most of the sci-fi / adventure films on the landscape (Transformers), this movie is practically "City of Lost Children".

So take your 10-12 year old children to see it, the enjoyment they will have will more than make up for all the films flaws, maybe. Just make sure you wake them up when the exciting stuff is happening.
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grim977Jul 13, 2014
not as much action as you would expect, this movie is more of Godzilla screaming and buildings being destroyed. this movie wasn't bad it just wasn't really good. thank goodness for the special effects. theres not mush to say because not muchnot as much action as you would expect, this movie is more of Godzilla screaming and buildings being destroyed. this movie wasn't bad it just wasn't really good. thank goodness for the special effects. theres not mush to say because not much happened. really you only saw Godzilla 4 times.

on a scale on 1-10 id have to say i rather watch honey boo boo complain about how she didn't get that pink bike she wanted. if you really want to see it do it but it's nothing special.
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dave89791May 17, 2014
-perhaps a bit of a lowball score but I feel it is appropriate to balance out the higher scores
-a totally wasted opportunity to have something interesting
-bryan cranston, the best actor by far in the movie, only lasts for a fraction of it
-perhaps a bit of a lowball score but I feel it is appropriate to balance out the higher scores
-a totally wasted opportunity to have something interesting
-bryan cranston, the best actor by far in the movie, only lasts for a fraction of it
-completely unprepared director - i think the only reason he got to direct this was because the last movie he directed involved a monster (at 0.1% of the budget and was, sadly, a much better film than this one)...
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PatrykGMay 17, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Flat clichéd characters. Boring acting. Godzilla appears in the movie for less than 10 minutes. Were the fight scenes good ? Yeah that one fight scene that lasted 3 minutes was good. Godzilla was a creature that apparently existed for a thousand years ? And no one ever discovered it until the last century ? Instead of having a clever nuclear sub plot where a lizard is mutated, which was made to symbolize the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings, but no. The ending was just stupid, basically Godzilla just apparently is cheered for saving the city, even though he destroyed it as well *cough Man of Steel cough*. 3/10 Expand
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EdorkMay 17, 2014
The last 30 minutes are what I payed for, NOT the first 90 minutes of boring characters, frustrating teasing, (Gozilla only has like 12 minutes of screen time in his own movie!), and overall lack of fun! There's absolutely no reason to viewThe last 30 minutes are what I payed for, NOT the first 90 minutes of boring characters, frustrating teasing, (Gozilla only has like 12 minutes of screen time in his own movie!), and overall lack of fun! There's absolutely no reason to view this in 3D or IMAX given that there is so little action. Wait for the DVD.
Better yet, just watch Cloverfield or Pacific Rim again. They're essentially the same movie, only less dull.
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steel36May 20, 2014
I don't know what movie the other people saw, but this one was terrible. The "science" of the monsters made no sense and contradicted itself. The dialogue was b-movie. Great actors were put to no use. The look of the film was excellent.I don't know what movie the other people saw, but this one was terrible. The "science" of the monsters made no sense and contradicted itself. The dialogue was b-movie. Great actors were put to no use. The look of the film was excellent. I was so bored. I'm a huge fan of Edwards' independent film, "Monster". It had everything this movie lacks: tone and originality. Expand
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Matthew1May 20, 2014
Two hours and four minutes long, approximately five minutes of Godzilla, could of been really good if it would of been about Godzilla and not two dads. When they make part two, I hope the director reads the reviews and makes the movie aboutTwo hours and four minutes long, approximately five minutes of Godzilla, could of been really good if it would of been about Godzilla and not two dads. When they make part two, I hope the director reads the reviews and makes the movie about the title. Also, the story was so fragmented it didn't make sense, you have navy seals HALO jumping, why? Their in a hurry, no need to parachute 30,000 feet into a city, I had to fight off the sleep bug and was so disappointed, the last five minutes are good and you can nap the first two hours and miss nothing but saying, huh? Expand
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LowbrowCinemaMay 18, 2014
The new GODZILLA is one more overproduced bore-fest produced for one reason--to exploit the past and make tons of money. At least with some remakes, the filmmakers pretend to have a point or at least a somewhat new point of view. Worst ofThe new GODZILLA is one more overproduced bore-fest produced for one reason--to exploit the past and make tons of money. At least with some remakes, the filmmakers pretend to have a point or at least a somewhat new point of view. Worst of all, this big budget fiasco is simply no fun. Something one can't say of the original or the multitude of Japanese sequels. And two questions, why cast fine actors like Bryan Cranston, Juliette Binoche, Elizabeth Olson, and Sally Hawkins, and then give them nothing to do? Second, the budget of GODZILLA is about $200 million and yet, they can't even get Cranston a half way decent wig for his 10 minutes of screen time? You know a film is in trouble when you're noticing wigs. But anything beats looking at the murky cinematography made even muddier by the perfunctory 3D. Expand
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FlyToRainbowRayMay 19, 2014
I just didn't care at all by the end. The first half or so was pretty good but It wasn't great. The plot started out somewhat interesting, but then it lost everything it had going for it. The characters were mostly boring and one dimensionalI just didn't care at all by the end. The first half or so was pretty good but It wasn't great. The plot started out somewhat interesting, but then it lost everything it had going for it. The characters were mostly boring and one dimensional and I had no emotional attachment to them at all.

I appreciated the fact that Godzilla wasn't shown for quite awhile into the movie and that the movie did have a bit of a slower pace compared to most blockbusters. But whenever they had Godzilla on screen, the movie felt so silly and absurd and not in a good way. This is Godzilla! He's suppose to be epic and cool. And when he bashing the other monsters I should be cheering him on in awe. But instead I get some very hokey moments between the monsters. The whole battle at the end had no weight to it and bored the hell out of me.

What this movie needed were some more human elements, more story, and maybe not to take itself quite so serious because doing so made certain parts just silly instead of fun.
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RenwickeMay 17, 2014
I enjoyed this different take on a Godzilla movie. The effects are solid and the fight scenes are what any Godzilla fan would want. The character plot is alright, not fantastic, but why did we go see the movie in the first place? I give it aI enjoyed this different take on a Godzilla movie. The effects are solid and the fight scenes are what any Godzilla fan would want. The character plot is alright, not fantastic, but why did we go see the movie in the first place? I give it a 9 only because I could have used a few more minutes of the monsters fighting. Infinitely better than the last attempted reboot in 98. Expand
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H4T5UK1May 17, 2014
This movie really made me forget the crappy 1998 G.I.N.O... Speaking about it, Roland Emmerich stop doing movies, please! You and Michel Bay are almost at the same level as Uwe Boll!. Ok, back to Godzilla. This is a great monster movie. AndThis movie really made me forget the crappy 1998 G.I.N.O... Speaking about it, Roland Emmerich stop doing movies, please! You and Michel Bay are almost at the same level as Uwe Boll!. Ok, back to Godzilla. This is a great monster movie. And I loved it! The only reason I can't give more score is that there isn't enough of Godzilla in it, and! the anti-climatic fight scenes during the half of the movie. Who cares about human drama! I don't! and the only thing I expect to see in Godzilla is a MASIVE monster fights! Well, it got all that but they just focused too much in human drama that the title monster feels like a secondary character or an Extra. Anyway, saying all this, the movie is very entretaing and you will walk out of the teater with a smile. Hope to see more Godzilla movies soon! Expand
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AtomicKetchupMay 17, 2014
Amazing movie, don't listen to all the Godzilla fans saying there wasn't enough action and Godzilla sighting.
The effects are breathtaking and this film is worth seeing in 3d, it easily enters my top 5 films of all time!
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BioTofuMay 21, 2014
The had some promising potential early on but then it eventually turned into a ridiculous joke. The editing was poor and some of the plots were simply too stupid even for a monster movie... The director and writers did not seem to respectThe had some promising potential early on but then it eventually turned into a ridiculous joke. The editing was poor and some of the plots were simply too stupid even for a monster movie... The director and writers did not seem to respect Godzilla enough to have cared enough about the details.

From Bryan Cranston, Aaron Johnson, to Godzilla itself, every character was forgettable. Some more so, such as Ken Watanabe (hired him mostly so he can say its name "Godzilla" with a close up shot) and Sally Hawkins (hired her mostly so someone can introduce Ken Watanabe to the others "this is Dr. Ichiro Serizawa")...
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surfnow3May 25, 2014
I went and saw this movie yesterday in an IMAX theater, 3D. I have to say the 3D was horrendous. Regarding the movie, the idea behind the plot was great, however the story jumped around alot and the EOD specialist (son of the father) had noI went and saw this movie yesterday in an IMAX theater, 3D. I have to say the 3D was horrendous. Regarding the movie, the idea behind the plot was great, however the story jumped around alot and the EOD specialist (son of the father) had no real purpose in the movie whatsoever. All he did was set the boat out into the ocean away from land. He would have died had he not passed out. I have to disagree with some posters regarding Godzillas onscreen time. It wasn't enough. I am not concerned with previous movies, as this is not a previous movie. With CGI this movie was done way to much in the dark with Godzilla fighting, with very little seen from him. They kept cutting away which was really annoying. I have to say at times I was fairly bored. There are elements I enjoyed however the movie as a whole was mediocre at best. Expand
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nicoricoAug 7, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Omg!! This is some BS!!!!!!
If there was ever a time that you needed to take a sleeping pill to go to sleep, put them back in the medicine cabinet and just load this movie!! This was the worse movie that I have seen in a long long time. Thank god it was just my sister and me that watched for movie night. My nephew was asleep 15 minutes into the movie. Horrible acting, no substance from any supporting actors or actress. The only good actor was Bryan Cranston. My sister and are truly convinced the he demanded a contract renegotiation and begged to be killed off early. There were scenes that made absolutely no common sense. Point in case, there was a scene where the entire building was demolished no roof no walls and dang near no floor except one door that they could have literally walked around but instead the director demanded that they go through a door that had noearthly reason to nbe there. And don't get me on how these Marines traveled from Japan to Hawaii and then to San Francisco then to Las Vegas all in a 10 minute span The most enjoyable part was reading all the bad reviews and knowing that we were not alone. My sister and I could not stop laughing. I honestly almost peed on myself we were laughing so hard. That was 2 hours of our life we can never get back. Do yourself a favor and watch a few snails race because that is how paiful this movie really was.
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gzilla666May 17, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Let me start with I was so geek-ed when i heard they were going to make this movie.Went first show available was excited first 20 minutes .Then depression set in when i saw where it was going .Muto's were retreads from pitch black ,Godzilla was just as ugly as the toys were .The beam didn't do any collateral damage the 2 times he used it .Could have been a great movie except for not enough Godzilla ,to many plot holes terrible character development .They made every mistake I hoped they wouldn't . I hope Toho pulls the licensing for any sequels .I could go on and on but the more I think about it the madder i get so you have been warned Expand
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flavioramosMay 17, 2014
This movie is so bad it hurts. Godzilla appears only a few scenes, really bad acting (Bryan Cranston is great but he’s only 5% of the movie), shallow story and characters.

It’s a SHAME they advertised this movie with Bryan, because he’s
This movie is so bad it hurts. Godzilla appears only a few scenes, really bad acting (Bryan Cranston is great but he’s only 5% of the movie), shallow story and characters.

It’s a SHAME they advertised this movie with Bryan, because he’s not the main character. Yes, they are fooling you and this movie sucks big time. Save your money for other great movies coming out this year.
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DPadsMay 19, 2014
Dear Godzilla,

I really wanted to like you, like, like you like you, but I'm not so sure anymore. We had a good time though! I might have almost fallen asleep in the middle, but I was pretty tired from studying for finals. Still, the
Dear Godzilla,

I really wanted to like you, like, like you like you, but I'm not so sure anymore. We had a good time though! I might have almost fallen asleep in the middle, but I was pretty tired from studying for finals. Still, the last third of was SO awesome and fun that it almost made up for it. Almost. See, the problem is, I can't shake the feeling that you weren't... yourself the whole time. You were pleasant, and enthusiastic, and easy to follow, but the whole time I thought you were just hiding the whole story. You made sure to tell me you were sensitive, and caring, and had your heart in the right place, and that you have some of these crazy experiences in your life! But they're not that crazy so you might not want to hear about all of them but to trust you, because they're crazy. I don't care about how crazy these stories are, I care about the stories themselves, and how they affected you. But you insisted on moving on, and that was ok, and it was just ok. But when the whole thing was over, I felt like I'd seen all there was to see, but clearly that's not the case. Is it? If we ever do this again, which we should, I know you really want to, just be yourself. Don't hide what you think I might think is weird, stop telling me about things to impress me and just tell me things, and stop pretending to know what I care about so I can get a chance to know and care about you. Again, I did have fun, and I like you, but I don't see this really working out right away. Take a little while, figure out what you want, and maybe we can give this another chance.
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bmaster4616May 17, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. ve to start off by saying a couple simple things. **** the haters...**** them right in their asses". Now that I've got that off my chest, I can write this review. Also don't read if you don't want to read spoilers.

This movie is amazing in every way. Like Alex Maverick said "it's almost like Jaws". It builds the suspense of Godzilla coming and uses distraction as well. The people saying Godzilla wasn't in it enough need to just shut the **** up. Seriously, were we watching the same movie? The movie created this sense of how? Godzilla was destroying the nuclear plant that's eventually kills Brian's wife in the movie. We later find out it's the monster Godzilla will be hunting down the entire movie. This was pretty much what the movie was. A predator hunting down its prey. People also had the criticism of how it jumped around too much. It was about giant ****ing monsters that were trying to consume nuclear waste. It's not like there's ****ing nuclear waste just siting in one area.

The critics seem to be getting more snobby by the minute. If you don't like this movie, then simply you don't like the character of Godzilla. This was a perfect version of what a Godzilla movie should be. If you don't like Godzilla...then you have no right to comment then. You are just simply not liking the movie because of the character is quite childish to me. I'm looking at you Geoff Pevere. I don't care if you don't. Like the character...just don't be a jackass and make a movie rotten because you're a pretentious prick.

Some of the critics reviews were "Godzilla is a secondary character to his own movie". Like I said before, but let elaborate why this idea ****ing makes me made. Godzilla has a screen time of about forty five minutes and that's plenty of time. We see when he has too much screen time and the filmmaker runs out of things for the creature to do (the 98 version is a prime example). What did the critics expect from this movie. Mindless action of two beasts fighting the whole time? Didn't you hate when transformers just had a bunch of mindless action with robots? Or monsters fighting robots? The answer is yes.. It's sad that character development of the people around the beast and Godzilla himself, is classified as boring. So basically the critics are being pretentious and childish snobs.

The other man argument is that they killed Walter White off too soon and kick ass isn't a strong enough actor to be the lead...well I'm going to call your bluff and raise you another **** you. First of all. Godzilla is the lead and none of the humans were leads at all. They were simpler there to not have mindless action and also to have the audience to relate to someone. Also, he's a perfectly fine in the rule. "He's not a storm enough actor". Like I said "he's not suppose to steal the show" and what did you want out of the guy for Christ sake? I do wind Brian was in the movie more, but this doesn't hurt the movie that much. Critics sometimes to to just hide in their caves they live in and literally such their mouths.

The movie wasn't perfect by any means. It had a few plot holes, but they weren't major. When going into a movie called Godzilla, you do wish there was a little more fighting scene with Godzilla, but to me the fighting scenes were epic. It would have been too much like Man of steels ending if you would have Godzilla fighting for too long. Also the end scenes when he kills the last creature is ****ing epic. It's one of most epic scenes I've ever seen in movie history. It actually had me saying out loud "holy **** **** yeah". Overall it's one of the easiest 10/10 I could give to a movie. 2014 was saved by GBH and is now a success because of this move. 9.6.10.
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NephrahimMay 16, 2014
The best Monster movie in years. If you have any interest in this Genre Godzilla is a MUST see movie.

The human element of the movie sadly falls a little short, and Godzilla does not grace the film with his presence that much, but his
The best Monster movie in years. If you have any interest in this Genre Godzilla is a MUST see movie.

The human element of the movie sadly falls a little short, and Godzilla does not grace the film with his presence that much, but his scenes are amazing and I'm only sad because the movie would have been even more amazing with more of him.
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Alan2306May 16, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Shocking film. Terrible, cliched plot, awful characters; Bryan Cranston wasn't bad but he probably asked to get written out of it early it was that bad. As usual the CGI was great but can they not wrap it around a good story for once? Expand
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baeggMay 16, 2014
This movie is deeply human and visually gorgeous, but I don't think it will fulfill the expectations of audiences used to lots of action and none of the leave-it-to-the-imagination-suspense built on a slow pace in here. Every time GodzillaThis movie is deeply human and visually gorgeous, but I don't think it will fulfill the expectations of audiences used to lots of action and none of the leave-it-to-the-imagination-suspense built on a slow pace in here. Every time Godzilla appears it makes your eyes jump out of your face and that only happens because it's image wasn't banalized and the levels of tension were very well controlled. It is worth your money and I seriously believe that, if this movie gets misunderstood now, maybe in ten years it will begin to appear on top10 or top5 best commercial movies of the 2010's. Expand
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croeth_1234May 16, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. All over I think this movie is an example for a good "monster movie", which should be watched in the cinema. All effects, started at Godzilla himself over to explosions and so on, and also the sound are worthy for the cinema. When I went to watch the movie I just saw the first trailer, so I was unbiased, because I heard some trailers after include "spoilers". That was good.

At the beginning the movie starts with a good pace, but then there is a lean period in the middle. The movie takes time to describe the characters and the background of Godzilla, etc. I don't think that it is as bad as it sounds but I wished there was more pace in this part of the movie. In addition in my opinion the character Ford Brody keeps a little bit pale. The love to his wife and his little son is illustrated very well but I think the relationship to his father is neglected. But this might be dedicated to the early death of his father. These are the only points of criticism. The rest of the movie is great. As I said the effects and especially the final fight are awesome!

Persons how know the "old" Godzilla will watch this movie with a little chuckle I think. Above all at the final fight.

I hope you'll like my first little review. (I apologize for my beginners English. Be patient with me, I promise to improve :-)
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TobyManMay 17, 2014
Hail the king to monsters. Everything is done so well. The acting is what we can expect from a Godzilla film. The action sequences are very good. Godzilla's design is good. The roar is incredible. The soundtrack was nice. This tops everythingHail the king to monsters. Everything is done so well. The acting is what we can expect from a Godzilla film. The action sequences are very good. Godzilla's design is good. The roar is incredible. The soundtrack was nice. This tops everything I've seen this year. Let's wait for Days of Future Past... Expand
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BakaHaramMay 23, 2014
This movie is like Cloverfield without the shaky cam and with a screenplay written by a 10 year old fan of GI Joe and Godzilla action figures. Godzilla is actually on screen for a total of whopping 10 minutes! But maybe it's a blessing,This movie is like Cloverfield without the shaky cam and with a screenplay written by a 10 year old fan of GI Joe and Godzilla action figures. Godzilla is actually on screen for a total of whopping 10 minutes! But maybe it's a blessing, because he looks like Michael Moore in a zoo fetish suit. Expand
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roscoeswaffleMay 18, 2014
Sad to say, five minutes of watching the turtles in front of the Lloyd Klein boutique on Beverly Blvd was far more compelling than the 2+ hours of Godzilla at the Arclight.
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UrillusionMay 16, 2014
As a lifelong, 30+ year fan of everything Godzilla, I can not help but feel disappointed in what we have been presented after 5 years of anticipation and Hype.

First of all, Godzilla himself is glorious! The MUTOs look great, but I am
As a lifelong, 30+ year fan of everything Godzilla, I can not help but feel disappointed in what we have been presented after 5 years of anticipation and Hype.

First of all, Godzilla himself is glorious! The MUTOs look great, but I am still unsure of exactly they are supposed to be. They are imaginative yes, but I am unsure how such an alien creature can be a product of prehistoric radiation. They could have used some color or markings as well to make them look more natural.

The battle scene (notice no plural, because there is only one battle that you see more than a glimpse of) is fantastic, and is the only part worthy of the Godzilla name. His breath weapon was a bit underwhelming, but solid for an attempt at a realistic version.

The introduction of Godzilla is very lackluster. He just sort of shows up, and we track him moving along for almost an hour in the water. He finally makes his big entrance in Hawaii, only to disappear within seconds of exposure, literally. They should have really gave the audience more at the airport battle.

There is no terror in the eyes of the people witnessing this. The few shots that they attempted this, the extras looked like they were running for the catering truck for lunch. No horror, no urgency, no giant foot coming down within inches of a terrified populace. Godzilla did not spank us for our arrogance, not once; the MUTOs tried, but they were more concerned for with one another. When it comes to the Monsters' interactions with humanity, they were just doing their own thing that happened to be in the middle of a city.

Notice how first and foremost, this review has contained the monsters. Not so with this movie. They build up this story with the help of Brian Cranston for almost an hour until the writers decide "Okay... his job is done" and the rest of the movie just continues as if he never existed. His son Ford certainly doesn't care. Note to the writers: If you want the audience to invest in a character, don't make them almost pointless. It seems that this movie just tried to force character driven drama so bad, that they just shoved it in where ever they could, and forgot to include GODZILLA! If you think the big man had enough screen time, I have no idea why you watch Godzilla movies in the first place. I can understand a dramatic build to the reveal, but that was not a dramatic reveal. That was 60 minutes of build - to 30 seconds of Godzilla - to another 40 minute build to the actual part of the movie worth watching. One can argue that "it worked in cloverfield", but cloverfield was much more suspense driven from a POV that was built for the long reveal. This is the best 20 minute Godzilla movie ever hidden deep within 100 minutes of something else.

This movie could of, and SHOULD of been leaps and bounds better. So much potential wasted on trying to force drama. The awesomeness that was the creature Godzilla should have been more than a cameo in his own movie. I don't need tons more... Just a secondary battle in the second act, and a bit more instrument of destruction as his motivation. I can't help but feel like this lack of substance stems from the novice writer and director.
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DumboMageeMay 16, 2014
I usually hate dumb monster or superhero movies, but I thought this movie was very well done. It was probably too suspenseful for the average dumb movie goer who wants instant gratification. I though this movie was without a doubt modeledI usually hate dumb monster or superhero movies, but I thought this movie was very well done. It was probably too suspenseful for the average dumb movie goer who wants instant gratification. I though this movie was without a doubt modeled after JAWS, which is quite possibly the greatest monster/horror movie of all time. Yes, the human drama leaves something to be desired, but I I really liked the back story. The best part of the movie was an incredibly satisfying, epic finale. Best monster movie in a long long time. Expand
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WulfSuzakiMay 19, 2014
Watching the new Godzilla movie leaves you with a feeling like this; You’re a kid in the mall, and you’re parents promise you that ya’ll will go to the toy store while there. Then you walk around the mall going to all the stores parents goWatching the new Godzilla movie leaves you with a feeling like this; You’re a kid in the mall, and you’re parents promise you that ya’ll will go to the toy store while there. Then you walk around the mall going to all the stores parents go to. You even PASS BY THE TOY STORE two or three times! And you’re craning your neck to just get a peek at what’s in there while your dad is pulling you down the hall away from that place of child heaven, with all the colors and things to touch that don’t break so easy. Then after visiting every store that is not the toy store, and your legs are swollen and tired, and your parents are ready to go, a not so gentle reminder stomp of the foot and accusing scream sends the weary group to that wonderful place. You get there and suddenly your legs are no longer tired, you could run and jump for a life time in this place. You fly to the action figures and pick up a Ninja Turtle and no sooner have you determined that you are holding Michelangelo, do you hear your parents say that it is time to go because the store is closing. WHAT KIND OF BULL CRAP IS THAT!!!??? Yes, “technically” you went to the toy store. Even went inside and touched a real toy. But it feels like the promise was broken. That’s what this new Godzilla is like.

Back in “Th’ Day” there was a commercial with a little old biddy driving around to different fast food restaurants (McDonalds, Burger King, etc) and she’d pull up to the drive-through and say “WHERE’S TH’ MEAT!?” It was an advertisement for Wendy’s because their meat was square and you could SEE it. It was also implying Wendy’s meat was thicker. So with that bit of background memory, I say,

“Where’s the Star!?”
The movie is named Godzilla. It’s a reference to the most famous monster of all ‘Kaiju’ Monster films. One would think with all the hype and attention and – oh, because the movie is named “Godzilla” – that the star of the movie would be…well, Godzilla. Godzilla gets what feels like about 7 minutes for the whole movie. What IS seen of he-who-should-have-been-the-star (at the end of the movie), is really good stuff – but all that really good stuff is what was promised in the trailers and is what was lacking throughout the rest of the whole entire movie.

“Where’s the Action!?”
It seemed like every time some action was about to happen, the writers would jerk their fishing rods and yank the audience as far away from the action as possible. It was as though they DIDN’T WANT the audience to experience being right in the middle of the awesome colossal fights. Power Rangers daily showed more action with the over grown monster battles.
Maybe I wasn’t supposed to go in thinking this was an action film. This was a suspense movie. I don’t mean anything like Signs, Odd Thomas, or…..well, I don’t watch suspense, because generally they’re in the Horror section and I HATE Horror/Suspense – for different reasons (though Odd Thomas is one of the best movies I’ve ever seen). What I’m saying here is – it was an action film built on a very firm suspense foundation. If you can’t stand the pains of delayed gratification and being let down in the end anyway – do not see this film.

“Where’s the Script!?”
Speaking of script, it was as though the writer(s) couldn’t figure out between BBQ chicken wings or Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. What do those two have in common (besides being food)? Nothing. You’ve been waiting on it, so here it is – Pacific Rim. There I said it. A lot of people didn’t like Pacific Rim. A lot of people didn’t like the plot holes and floopy script. In my opinion, I think that’s what made it a better movie. The writers/directors decided they were going to make a Monster Mash action flick, and the story could work its way around the action. It was a fun, fast, brawling movie with things that made you think “why didn’t they do that to begin with!?”, and not really care because it had already been fun watching so far. I felt like Godzilla was started with that same mindset intended (work the story through the action) and then someone kept getting lost in story development and had to constantly be reminded to throw in action – which they would then rebel against to focus on their bad actors. If they were going to go with the full story script, then that’s what they should have done, but if they wanted an action movie, the script would have to take a side and just let the explosions and graphics do the rest. I’m not saying the script isn’t important, it’s just intensely difficult to do them both together and still make sense. The 1998 Godzilla had better developed characters (and acting) (and action) (and it had Godzilla).
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thatSTERLINkidMay 17, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Does anyone remember that awesome Snicker's commercial with Godzilla in it? Oh, or maybe even the Fiat commercial, where Godzilla eats a car that he can't swallow? If so then feel free to answer this question: What do those commercials have in common besides being incredibly ridiculous? -- If you guessed "They're both great examples of clever marketing", you'd be right, though that's not exactly what I was going for. The correct answer would actually be along the lines of Godzilla being the star in them, but that doesn't stop this film from being alright.

Unlike many reboots before this and a countless number on the way, this one doesn't try re-creating the franchise's history to make way for a new, more modern approach. It's always bothersome when you walk into a reboot and things are a bit too different, but the Godzilla we know and love was in good hands. Not only did he got an honorable makeover, but the inclusion of 'real' reasons behind bomb testings, Hiroshima, and an incredible use of his atomic breath, which was by far the best part in the entire movie. Aside from all of that, there isn't much to go about complimenting.

You know how sometimes movies are titled one thing, but focus on something totally different? Well, this is one of those times. Godzilla's plot focuses on the Brody family, which instantly puts you in a bus labeled "Attempted Feels Trip" from the moment you're allowed into their home. An overworking dad, a part-time mom, and a boy who just wants to make his dad happy are what the family is made up of, but that quickly changes in cliche ways for things to thicken. Without getting too far into it, every bit of the plot that didn't involve the kaiju was pretty dry and constantly made me wonder what's going on around this family.

Usually focusing on human protagonists when the title suggests otherwise isn't that bad, but in Godzilla, it's one of the most annoying things you'll ever experience. Imagine it as a big tease, if you will; someone dangling your favorite thing in the world before you on a string, while you're bound to a chair and can't take it. This is how the vast majority of the film goes, and it's not okay. Until the films final moments, every appearance Godzilla made would only last for a few seconds before we were sent right back to the Brody's. He'd roar, do mischievous things, or even start getting involved in other stuff that would spoil this movie, but just as things got good they got cut. Incredibly annoying... I paid to see Godzilla, but at the end of the day, I actually ended up paying to watch some random family and a bomb specialist.

Godzilla is a reboot with some pretty big teeth, but it's bite feels more like a nibble throughout this 2 hour serving of eye candy. Sure, it pays it's respects to the original and adds some new stuff, but it definitely could have bit harder. Maybe some day we'll see a sequel, or even another reboot where Godzilla is the focus instead of making him the co-star in his own film.

Rating: 3/5 [6/10]
Version Seen: IMAX 3D
Party Size: 5
Watch It Again?: No
Buying BluRay?: No
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heegsMay 17, 2014
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. To go in with tempered expectations is wise here. This is by no means a bad movie, but for how long the movie was compared to how little we saw Godzilla, I was left wanting more and feeling somewhat robbed. That being said, the scenes Godzilla WAS in (chiefly those near the end) were some of the best I've seen on the big screen in quite some time. The reason my score is a 5, however, has more to do with the awful cliched bits forced in throughout the movie. I realize this movie was a big nod to the Godzilla movies of old (which was, admittedly, well done) but that doesn't mean we can't have character development and deeper plots than: hero soldier torn from wife and child and does heroic deeds only to be reunited with them against all odds. Sadly are left with 10 minutes of awesome Godzilla footage and an hour and 50 minutes of shallow, plotless nonsense. To cap it all off, the money maker, Brian Cranston, is on screen for about the same amount of time as Godzilla... why even cast him at all if not to lure Breaking Bad fans into theaters if you're not even going to give him ample time to help drive the plot? Expand
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ahnehnoisMay 19, 2014
It's an enjoyable movie. More than most remakes, it remains very true to the original concept. Since the original concept involves rock 'em, sock 'em fights between giant monsters as puny humans watch their cities crumble in the crossfire,It's an enjoyable movie. More than most remakes, it remains very true to the original concept. Since the original concept involves rock 'em, sock 'em fights between giant monsters as puny humans watch their cities crumble in the crossfire, there's a limit to how auspicious this new film can get. It's pretty close to that limit.

The concept is revised for modern times, cleverly and disturbingly working in some of our modern experiences with nuclear energy. Some of the film's strongest work is a visit to the ruins surrounding a destroyed power plant in Japan, a chilling reminder of recent history. It's good enough to keep your attention while you wait for the monsters to appear. The movie builds suspense for a while, but don't worry. The mayhem is coming.

The effects are very strong, and seeing this movie in a good theater with IMAX and/or 3D is advisable. This being an American production Godzilla seems to be illustrating our obesity problem, but he works. The score is a bracing homage to early film music, with a bit of Japanese flavor sprinkled in. There isn't a great deal of ceremony or sentimentality. The tone is very appropriate and conveys a sense of cosmicism. That is, the lesson of Godzilla is that the universe is bigger than us.

There are some fetching lines of dialogue, but the human characters aren't particularly developed. The Bryan Cranston character is probably the most compelling one in the movie simply because he is trying to do something productive, while the others occasionally act but spend most of the film sitting and watching the larger goings on. Which, to my way of thinking, is fine. You're not going to see a movie called "Godzilla" for the people in it. Ultimately, the film's suspense and action, summoned skillfully by a surprisingly newfound director, make it worth seeing.
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CiaranMcDaid12May 16, 2014
Seen there....... really enjoyed it. Love the creature design of Godzilla and MUTO!!!!

2014 is definitely a great year for the King of Monsters to return!!!!!

Also this movie is way better than 1998 Godzilla movie (awful!)
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CandykissChrisMay 18, 2014
Saw it yesterday in 3D. A truly intense and sometimes funny remake of the 1964ish old time films film. This Godzilla is an awesome, indulgent blockbuster film made by a great director with even more fabulous actors. A few cheesy scenes butSaw it yesterday in 3D. A truly intense and sometimes funny remake of the 1964ish old time films film. This Godzilla is an awesome, indulgent blockbuster film made by a great director with even more fabulous actors. A few cheesy scenes but all in all action packed, great effects, and unbelievable creative scenes. Wish Bryan Cranston was in it more. Love that actor… My fav was him as dad in Malcolm in the middle. http://www.imdb.com/media/rm875075584/nm0186505... Expand
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