Erik Lehnsherr: I didn't kill the President. Charles Xavier: The bullet curved. Erik Lehnsherr: I was trying to save him! Charles Xavier: Why would you do that? Erik Lehnsherr: Because he was one of us!
An absolute blast! Really loved the way Singer & his team kept a seemingly complex plot so much simple & entertaining from start to finish. Loved Logan's "reunion" scene at the end. Now, waiting for 'Apocalypse'!
This is like "Pather Pachali" in the genre of Animated movies, IMO. Never thought an anime can be this much emotionally moving. A very heartbreaking tale about 2 young siblings Seita and Setsuko who struggle to survive in war-torn Japan during World War II. An absolute tearjerker!
THOROUGHLY ENJOYED IT!!! Saw it on the theater (Premier Show) couple of hours back and will try to see it again on this weekend when it get release 'officially' here. **SPOILER ALERT** The story centered more around on the MUTO monsters than the big G and though it deliberately tried to follow JAWS steps regarding building up the anticipation & but as a whole couldn't able to become as masterclass of modern celluloid art like the way JAWS (1975) succeed & become such classic. They were excessively too conscious about showing off the King. And needless to say, the weak character development with a wrong choice of/on lead. It was frustrating to see Bryan Cranston's character's such early departure from the story, he should have take the lead on confronting the monsters or they should have give that lead to a more mature young actor. A.T-Johnson as Ford Brody looked totally blunt throughout the film. CGI was top notch but it was kinda failed to provide any sort of "3D feel" at most of the part. BUT...after of this drawbacks, still I can't say I didn't enjoy Gareth Edwards' GODZILLA. Probably my love for this monster & huge anticipation about this movie were the reasons but I must admit it did satisfied me on many level. Though at times looked kinda mechanical but MUTOs are now amazing new additions to the franchise, looking forward to see them more in coming sequels along side with other legendary friends & foes of Godzilla. And about Godzilla...all I can say is...HAIL TO THE KING! Loved & cherished each & every moment he appeared on the screen & even in the 'TV' news broadcasting sequence! Though the director's JAWS-theory of showing less & building the anticipation for the final pay-off at the end weren't up to the mark but still it kinda worked 'finely' overall & glad he at least put an effort for it which is appreciating from a new filmmaker these days. I'll definitely won't mind to spend excessively higher ticket price for Godzilla again & even to see more of his actions (with freaking astonishing atomic Breath!) in whatever the sequels they're going to make in the future. Perhaps as I was so desperately waiting for a Godzilla movie & my excitement to see him once again after all these years was so on top of my expectation level that I'm now happily ready to forgive & overlook all those negative aspects of this movie. So at the end, it was indeed a visually stunning & satisfying experience for me as a Godzilla fan.