Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) 1080p

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Action | Sci-Fi
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113 min
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7.4 / 10 
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Directors: Adam Wingard [Director] ,

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Legends collide as Godzilla and Kong, the two most powerful forces of nature, clash on the big screen in a spectacular battle for the ages. As a squadron embarks on a perilous mission into fantastic uncharted terrain, unearthing clues to the Titans' very origins and mankind's survival, a conspiracy threatens to wipe the creatures, both good and bad, from the face of the earth forever.


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Can't get much worse!

A terrible movie from beginning to end, and this is why I don't go see movies in theaters anymore. All computerized graphics and that's about it. It actually gave a headache. Two thumbs down!

Giant crap

This is the clearest evidence of how Hollywood can destroy great movie icons. Unable to make a decent film about Godzilla, they decided to destroy the two great cinema monsters with the bonus that Mechagodzilla's fantastic robot is reduced to a cockscrew. If I pay a ticket to see the film I want the story to be honored: Godzilla has features that we hope to see film after film. I don't ask for much. But the untalented people who made the film came up with the idea that it was better not to play Godzilla's music. I thought of Star Wars without it′s iconic music. It's the same. An aberration. On the other hand, the humanization of King Kong is unbearable. Uncomfortable, worried, it makes it nauseating to see the great King Kong turned smart gorilla who can communicate with his little friend. Since when did King Kong stop liking blondes? The humans who star in the plot are also unbearable. The boy, the particular reason I hated Deadpool 2 now achieved the impossible: that he hated American movies about monsters with an inclusive cast. Of the others only one sentence: I wanted them all dead in the first frame. Everyone, their parents and their grandparents. I wanted everything to explode in the film, and in the final fight they would wipe out humanity, starting especially with those involved with the production of this slug, this crap, this cinematographic insult. Finally: Godzilla has no neck and has a microcephalic head. I don't know who came up with it that this is how the king of monsters should look. Godzilla for that anatomy couldn't even look to the side without having to rotate the body. King Kong using weapons is as if it were an extension of past films with apes conquering the world inaugurated by Charlton Heston. No Hollywood, don't do it anymore. Stop doing garbage. Stop insulting our intelligence and pockets. Stay away from this movie at all costs, well-shot fights aren't worth everything behind and around them. If you want to watch a decent movie, just watch the ones made in Japan or Pacific Rim.

The first real western godzilla movie

As and avid fan of the all the original Japanese films, I absolutely loved this film. It finally finds that proper Godzilla feel. People seem to love complaining about the nonsensical convoluted plot to this film, but personally I found the absurdity to be right in line with a Godzilla movie. To all those complaining, I have to assume they just don't understand how truly off the rails and wacky Godzilla really is. This film went entirely in the right direction by building this universe into something more fantasy driven and opening up the door to have future stories become much more bizarre and cosmic, aliens are coming, I can feel it. I was growing tired of the overly serious plot lines of the previous movies, constantly trying to force humans to be the main characters in stories that just completely get in the way and offer nothing of interest. Godzilla Vs. Kong on the other hand finally introduces personality to the kaiju. In all the previous movies everything was constantly from the perspective of these painfully boring stories of the humans, leaving the kaiju feeling like nothing more then generic monsters, with subtle implications that Godzilla may be more sentient then a mere force of destruction but never actually making godzilla a character. It's like watching a Thor movie from the perspective of a random group of asgardians chasing after some mcguffin while thor is in the background fighting. Finally this movie starts to break the logic of humans being the important part, the kaiju are the main characters here, the humans are the side plot, and THAT is what it's meant to be. I go into a Godzilla movie expecting to see larger then life monster beat the crap out of each other and smash stuff while the humans do some nonsensical science stuff to help a monster save the day from another monster, and this movie fully in all ways delivers on that.
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