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"The short shorts on a prepubescent boys was apparently a huge problem in Japan.
When I embarked on my mission to watch every Godzilla film, I knew there would be moments that it became difficult. They can't all be winners right? All Monsters Attack might be the biggest looser in the entire series. The movie is clearly aimed at children, but not in a tactful or appealing way, which makes it an absolute chore to watch for an adult."
Godzilla vs. Hedorah, A.K.A Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster, is something of an anomaly as far as Godzilla movies go. By 1971, the franchise was more than ten years old and the last time that a Godzilla film had an overt agenda was Mothra vs. Godzilla in 1954. At this point, the series was also declining in popularity and quality. Godzilla vs. Hedorah signaled a radical shift for the series, one that showed legitimate promise if it had been continued, and it stands as one of the most unique and enjoyable entires in the series.
Blah Blah Blah The Beatles. Blah Blah Blah they were popular or something. The simple fact is that I don't really care about The Beatles. I understand their influence and such, but I just don't get excited for their music in the same way that others do. I certainly enjoy some of their songs, but a lot of their music, especially their early work, is boring to me. A Hard Day's Night is entertaining, but it feels more like a museum piece than anything else."