|Born in the RSR - 2016-10-06 |
Probably my worst theater-going experience, rating for both movie, theater and co-watchers.
|memedumpster - 2016-10-06 |
Gareth Edwards also did that movie Monsters, which is a story about the most absolutely skeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezy dude possible skeezing on this girl for the whole movie in the most uncomfortable ways to watch, while the monsters do nothing.
We all have a theory the movie (Monsters) was shot with no intent of monsters, and they cg'd in the monsters because of how rapetastic planet the movie came off without them.
I can't believe I have to write something like this, but surely there's a more mature way for you to express your rape paranoia.
"skeezy" is mature. It's Skweezy that's immature.
Do you think I should start my own hentai comic?
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2016-10-06 |
The advertising focused on Bryan Cranston's character.
The first 40 minutes focused on Bryan Cranston's character.
Forty minutes in, Bryan Cranston's character dies.
WHAT THE FUCK?
|poorwill - 2016-10-06 |
My memories of this movie are mostly positive, though I understand the complaints. Godzilla should have done more wrestling moves on the bug monsters.
|Maggot Brain - 2016-10-06 |
The movie had a tone problem. It wanted to be campy and gritty at the same time and you can't have it both ways. Cranston is great in this by the way, did they just not pay him enough to sick around for the second half of the movie.
I only kind of hazily remember this movie, but I remember thinking the plot was an interesting idea poorly executed.
I mean it's kind of nice for there to be a REASON why Godzilla is summoned every so often to save the earth besides a bunch of Japanese people dancing around singing some retarded song. They just should have got through it quicker and gave us more monster fighting porn.
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-10-06 |
For the last fucking time, Hollywood:
WE DO NOT GIVE A SHIT ABOUT THE PEOPLE RUNNING AWAY FROM THE GIANT MONSTERS. STOP FILLING THE MOVIE WITH THEIR STORY AND GET ON WITH THE GIANT MONSTER FIGHTS.
THE PEOPLE TRYING TO STOP THE GIANT MONSTERS ARE ONLY INTERESTING BECAUSE THEY ARE TRYING TO STOP THE GIANT MONSTERS. WE NEITHER WANT NOR NEED TO KNOW THAT MUCH ABOUT THEIR PERSONAL LIVES. REMEMBER THE SIMPLE LOVE TRIANGLE OF THE ORIGINAL "GODZILLA" AND SERIZAWA'S INNER MORAL STRUGGLE OVER USING THE OXYGEN DESTOYER? THAT'S AS FAR AS YOU NEED TO GO.
YOU ARE NOT GOING TO WIN OSCARS FOR WRITING, DIRECTING OR ACTING WITH MOVIES ABOUT GIANT MONSTERS. STOP TRYING TO TURN THEM INTO HIGH FUCKING DRAMAS. BE HAPPY WITH EFFECTS AWARDS.
Binro the Heretic
I will say, however, the long forgotten six-year-old part of my soul stood up and cheered when it saw Big G's fins power up.
|chumbucket - 2016-10-06 |
For me, this movie was all about the ending. Godzilla pretty much did a "Your welcome, Earf. My work is done here." as he wagged his tail and swam back home. I almost cried for joy.
|Hooker - 2016-10-07 |
Even this was really unsatisfying kaiju stuff. They would slowly knock into buildings and then the buildings would collapse in a way reminiscent of September 11th. Pacific Rim had a robot pick up some shipping containers and smash them against a gorilla monster's head.
Fuck this movie. It's the worst type of movie: one that never lets you have any fun.
And it's so damned dark! Even when they do fight, you can't see shit.
|kingarthur - 2016-10-07 |
All my comments aside, Shin Gojira is in American theaters from October 11th through October 18th!
CHECK YOUR LOCAL THEATER FOR LISTINGS!
I will now link to the Fandango site for it because the Funimation site (the American distributor) has a really loud, unprompted Godzilla skronk before anything loads.
Shin Gojira was better than this movie, which I still liked, just not nearly as much as Shin gojira.
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