Godzilla

2014

Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

261
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 392155

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Cast

Bryan Cranston as Joe Brody
David Strathairn as Admiral William Stenz
Jared Keeso as Jump Master
Sally Hawkins as Vivienne Graham
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PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
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1.84 GB
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PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
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2 hr 3 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by the_real_smile 8 / 10

If you can see through the errors it's an entertaining movie

You could describe this movie as Cloverfield meets Pacific Rim, because the evil enemies of Godzilla look so much like the alien in Cloverfield, while Godzilla behaves like the monsters from Pacific Rim only now Godzilla is the good guy.

First, the special effects are good, the acting is not bad and the directing is a copy of Steven Spielberg's style.

If you can see trough the many continuity errors, the complete meaningless character of Joe Brody and actually all the other characters and the other, many, many flaws in this movie and the absurd plot, you can enjoy it perfectly!! OK, for a movie called Godzilla, it's very confusing that the monster has little screen time, but when it has, it's just an action pack roller coaster. Just brainless entertainment, I can recommend this one.

Reviewed by alva3901 8 / 10

A great entry into the Godzilla franchise

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-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 created 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 secondary 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.

Reviewed by svr-2200 8 / 10

Godzilla is a visually epic, stunning, delightful and thrilling film with fine, well crafted monster sequences that are highly enjoyable.

Godzilla: Movie Review.

Every time I see Godzilla roaring on screen it makes my mind blown away. The Cinematography, visual atmospheric style and whole tone and vibe of the movie is intense, astonishing and very well executed. The visual effects are spectacular and dazzling. Spectacle 3D and motion captures effects are fantastic. The cinematic story telling style of the film is phenomenal, immersive and impressive. The suspenseful, tense and mysterious build up is mind blowing. The fight and action sequences are well paced and breathtaking. There are some very creative and innovative sequences that are really amazing to watch on screen. The structure of the film is well balanced with exciting visceral thrilling scenes which are highly imaginative, compelling and convincing. The depiction and mythology of Godzilla both as hero and a monster is gripping, extraordinary and very fascinating.

The last few minutes of epic showdown is very interesting, absorbing, artistic, awe-inspiring and very beautifully filmed and shot. The movie illustrates the power of the King of Monsters and the film captures Godzilla in all of its glory. Every time Godzilla is on screen the movie develops into a non stop thrill ride. The movie immerses its audience into the adventures of Godzilla which oozes brilliance in every scene it appears. The film is a visual marvel and brilliant in its conception and execution. The movie also explores the oppositional forces other than Godzilla and captures the essence of fear and visual beauty. The movie breathes life into the characterization of Godzilla and enchants itself with every element. The film is an extraordinary testament in its portrayal of the cultural icon of Godzilla. The movie accomplishes the difficult task of genre based film making.The direction of Gareth Edwards is good especially in regards to visuals and creating Godzilla action sequences.

The main and major issue with the film is the very less screen time of Godzilla. This is really a major disappointment, because there is very less Godzilla in the film and Godzilla itself does't get enough screen time in its own film. The Human characters of the film are dull, boring and very underdeveloped. There is no emotional depth and intensity. Another major issue with the film is another major character that is the character of Bryan Cranston, also has a very less screen time. But, its the last superb fifteen minutes of the film that delivers something totally awesome.

(Please Note: That This Review represent only my professional point of view and my personal honest opinion about the film, and does not represent others. Thank You).

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