Godzilla

2014

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

99
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 74%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 336184

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Cast

Elizabeth Olsen as Elle Brody
Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Ford Brody
Bryan Cranston as Joe Brody
Juliette Binoche as Sandra Brody
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2hr 3 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by alexandregatineau 5 / 10

If you want to fall asleep on your couch, watch it

The movie doesn't even deserve a proper review.

Trailers were just false advertising. You thought you were gonna watch a fight between Heisenberg with an awesomely detailed CGI Godzilla? Nope. Trailers have more of those two than the actual movie.

Casting is horrible. Main actor is empty, Olsen and Cranston are completely "under-used". They're clearly just names in the credit scene.

Visually it could have been awesome but no, they decided to hide all the monsters and action in fog, darkness, water, like those 80s horror movie where you didn't see the monster because they couldn't make one.

Plot is urrrrr. Movie starts really well, Cranston, a nuclear power plant, then the movies falls apart rather quickly.

It's sad because that movie was hyped, like I said mainly because the trailers were cool.

Save yourself some time (and money), don't watch.

Reviewed by Ian Rupert 8 / 10

Loved it

I'm a huge Godzilla fan since I was around 5 years old. I was a fan back in the day when you couldn't find the original movies. You would see a few of the same ones at random movie rental places, but some were never to be found anywhere. I remember finally finding some mail order place that had them all, and I would save up and order a new one every time I had enough money.

The first US Godzilla wasn't Godzilla. I enjoyed it at the time, I think I was 14, but it just wasn't Godzilla!

I had been waiting for years to see the real Godzilla in modern special effects on the big screen, with a gritty story to match the original movie. I think this hit the mark.

I hear so many people complain that Godzilla wasn't plastered on the screen the entire movie. The way they minimally showed him really worked for me. The only time it bothered me is when they cut away during one fight with the MUTO.

The CGI, audio, size, and character of this Godzilla made such an impact when he was on screen, I didn't notice his lack of screen time.

I really liked the story, I liked the MUTO's, I loved the backstory of Godzilla with the nuke "testing".

It wasn't perfect. I would say a strong B+. With how much I also enjoyed Kong: Skull Island, I am really excited for King of the Monsters, and eventually seeing a serious take on King Kong vs Godzilla. The Japanese version is camp, although fun for what it is.

As a fan of Godzilla for the last 32 years, this movie was great.

Reviewed by depicco 6 / 10

the parts of the screen that were not black looked nice (probably)

Anything you place on the screen, if not by Michael Bay, will be a piece of art compared to that one of 1998; and this one holds it true. Better acting, better plot and better characterization of Godzilla as we expected to see it. There is a problem though; as you see the movie you may see similarities to another movie, 'Cloverfield', and the reason, besides watching big monsters leveling a city, may be because of gimmicks that instead of 'giving personality' to the film, actually end up screwing it. In Cloverfield you get some guy unable to hold steady a camcorder with no image stabilization, and apparently the guy also has seizures and films the whole thing while trying to keep the equilibrium while juggling chainsaws with the other hand; there is no other explanation as to why they moved the camera so much that makes the spectator want kick both the director and the camera men in the teeth, as 'trying to give the impression of an amateur camera man' would not justify it. There is no problem with shaky images here; instead, somebody though that it would be a good idea to show a black screen and every once in a while show a silhouette or a border of something that you may recognize or not; sometimes you may even think that you are watching a shadow puppet show with some radio-drama on the background. But the parts that could be probably recognized, still were better than the unmentionable

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