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Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

I can’t get over how amazing the summer films have been so far and THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER!!!!!!

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION, MORE LIGHTS! MORE ACTION! From the very beginning of the film, it is nothing but a rush and surge of action! I had no idea how badass Godzilla could be until I saw THIS movie! Excellent work guys! Michael Dougherty (Director and writer) along with his other fellow writers Zach Shields and Max Borenstein. The cast did an excellent job as well, but to be honest I didn’t watch GODZILLA for an Emmy performance from Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things)! I watched it for ACTION!!! and boy did it deliver. With TWO HOURS of building crushing and monster bashing goodness! I feel like the audience will get its money’s worth!

Let’s talk about the monsters for a second though. There was a lot of mention of “SKULL ISLAND”. Even in the end credits you will notice that there will definitely be another addition to this franchise and at the rate this movie is going, I CANNOT wait to see what happens with King Kong and Godzilla.

The other monsters included in the film were fantastic to watch as well. The powers they have and the explanation given as to why they are dormant, it’s as though it almost makes sense! I actually wanted to believe there are ACTUAL monsters that may just come and take the world out!

I can’t emphasize enough how GREAT and FUN this film is! It took me back to my childhood and watching the Godzilla of my time and how it DOES NOT COMPARE with this monster I just saw! The animation is fantastic with my only regret being not watching it in 3D! I could tell there are some scenes that would have made a bigger impact on me had it felt like the objects were coming at me. Aside from this minor setback that I could control, I highly doubt any viewer would be disappointed in going out this weekend and watching Godzilla: King of the Monsters!

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