As a society we've now truly become a case of life imitating art. We're living in an Idiocracy. That's what Godzilla v Kong represents. Empty calories for the masses. No nutrients for the grey matter. You don't need brains to enjoy this movie. In fact it helps if you're zombies.
This giant monster showdown - with its slammin' tails and swingin' axes - is one that delivers the goods. But the journey to actually there? That's a different story altogether.
I am glad I watched this film for 3 reasons: 1-good runtime of 1h 50m, 2-never gets boring, 3-relentless impressive action sequences. Don't expect much from the plot but prepare yourselves for some epic monster fight scenes and some great ideas on visuals.
Idgaf about them, I didn't care about 90% of these people besides maybe the dad of madison. The rest are bland and pointless.
One of the few films that exceed hype. Kudos for getting beyond the early films murkiness, and getting top actors really makes it work. Fantastical and Fun, Go-Go Godzilla!
Rating basically for the epic battles in this movie, great special effects that blend perfectly with the environment accompanied by immersive sounds to rumble your speakers. Kudos to all those responsible for that.
Great Film overall
The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.