The picture's fatal flaw is its inability to give us any consistent sense of Godzilla's size."
| Original Score: 0.5/4
It's just another humdrum monster movie with Godzilla stapled on the marketing for the name recognition.
Broderick is like the proverbial deer in headlights . . . .
| Original Score: 5/10
Violent updated classic could be too intense for young kids.
| Original Score: 2/5
A great lumbering beast that has no personality, has size but no power.
| Original Score: 1/5
This is the view from the end of the world -- we look on the smoking ruin of Manhattan and shrug and eat our popcorn.
| Original Score: D-
Godzilla ... is so poorly written and so un-original that it makes Independence Day sound like Shakespeare.
| Original Score: C-
Where's stock footage of Raymond Burr when you need it?
If only one could fast-forward past the idiot characters to the parts where the creature nests in Madison Square Garden, crushes Fifth Avenue and chomps a taxicab.
| Original Score: 2/4
...Godzilla literally runs away from battle, and is presented in such a way that the audience is actually supposed to feel sorry for him! I don't think so.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Unspeakably boring and despicable. How anyone could possibly like such a piece of wretched excrement is beyond my comprehension.
| Original Score: 1/4
If you like your movies big, loud, and shallow, you'll be like a pig in slop.
| Original Score: 3/5
A monster movie with a surprisingly potent moral message.
How many shots were embarrassingly copied from Jurassic Park? "Please think of that much better movie while you're watching this one!!"
| Original Score: 1
GODZILLA poaches a lot of imagery from JURASSIC PARK and then simply amplifies it under its self-promoted precept 'Size Does Matter'
Did they hit a home run? In terms of computer-generated monsters wreaking havoc, yes. In terms of believable characters and a convincing story, not quite.
Esta llena de situaciones tan inverosímiles que a veces uno se pregunta a quien deberían desaparecer de la pantalla
| Original Score: 1.5/4
I wasn't expecting much of anything from this film, but as Hollywood is teaching me: my hopes are still way too high.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
Emmerich and Devlin's 'Godzilla' turns out to be almost as overblown as the 1977 revision of 'King Kong.' The only thing that might send you screaming from the theater is the horrifying Puff Daddy song heard over the end credits.
Flavorless piece of sci-fi hackwork.