Godzilla is a 2014 Sci-Fi Action film with PG-13 rating. Its running time is 123 minutes which is a normal length of a Hollywood movie. The movie was directed by Gareth Edwards with Max Borenstein on screenplay and Dave Callaham responsible for the story.

The movie has so many casts which include Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Ford Brody, CJ Adams as Young Ford, Ken Watanabe as Dr. Ishiro Serizawa, Bryan Cranston as Joe Brody, Elizabeth Olsen as Elle Brody, and many more. This movie is full of stars.

The movie was adapted to a giant monster from Japan. The said monster was called daikaiju in the said country. The first Godzilla film was in 1954 and the latest aside from this was in 1998 which was Rolan Emmerich’s version.

Godzilla Movie Review Overview

Godzilla Movie Plot

The movie was a bout MUTOs which stands for (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism) which were threatened to unleash their spawn on earth through mating, the United States military decided to bomb them or they will just allow the big lizards to devour the MUTOs. The said big lizards were tracking the MUTOs which will be Godzilla.

Godzilla Movie Positive Side

The good thing about the movie is the effects. When you watch Godzilla, you will surely be amazed and if you have watched other versions of the movie in the past, you can compare it. The strong point of the movie is that no matter what your age is, either young or old you will be swept away by the scenes. You will also be amazed of the visual aids of the movie. The suspense is there, like Steven Spielberg version since you will get to encounter Jurassic Park and Jaws on it. As with how Godzilla roared, you will surely remember it.

Godzilla Movie The Negative Side

Though when it comes to effects, visual aids and others Godzilla was excellent, this time it is not the same with the human characters. The thing is when we look at the lineup of stars in the said film like Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen, Ken Watanabe, and others, we can say that these actors and actresses are really superb. There was a problem with the lines of the human characters. Their dialogues were lame and they have very dull personalities. Godzilla and MUTOs’ final battle which was the most awaited part of the film made the viewers wait for so long.

Should you or not watch Godzilla? Well, the review speaks about it.

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