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Godzilla: King of the Monsters : A battle as epic as it is monstrous

Godzilla: King of the Monsters: A battle as epic as it is monstrous

Especially Mark Russel, who sees them, and especially Godzilla, as enemies. Directed by Michael Dougherty, the film is carried by a solid and convincing cast, even if the charisma of the actors, is sometimes overtaken by that of the monsters. Kyle Chandler, Vera Fermiga and Millie Bobby Brown, appearing here for the first time on the big screen, are a broken and traumatized family, whose actions seem guided by mourning that is not yet fully done. Gradually, their relationship evolves, and their characters see their perspective change. Their alchemy also makes dramatic scenes particularly touching.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters: A battle as epic as it is monstrous


When we think about monsters movie, we expect to see … monsters. And that’s exactly what Godzilla II, the King of Monsters puts on the table. The film shows gigantic creatures galore. They are the real stars of the film, and the special effects, very successful, bring them almost human expressions. It’s simple, they are characters in their own right, which would almost steal the show from the actors. The battles are titanic, in every sense of the word, and the experience becomes immersive thanks to a powerful sound that almost shakes the seats. It’s like you’re there. Add to that just the right amount of family drama, science and sacrifice, and you have the recipe for an epic blockbuster. Notice to all, a post-generic scene awaits you, so do not leave the cinema too fast!

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