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It may be over the top and campy with its effects, but gojira marks an thrilling, funD important piece of movie monster and Japanese cinematic historyZ
a great monster movie, it has a boring script but most of it is very good.
Even with its hammy and dated effects, Godzilla still holds up as a pretty effective monster movie, even more than most modern adaptations. Its post-war commentary centering around the giant lizard monster created from nuclear radiation is very well-executed to be on the nose yet still focused on the main story.
this is the movie that made me fall in love with kaiju movies!
Godzilla/Gojira; The one that started it all
Unlike most Godzilla films, the first is dark, depressing, and dramatic. The story ages well, based on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nakasaki. It's a creative and awesome movie to watch. I watched this movie all the time. Everything about this film is excellent.
The effort they put in this movie is flawless.
It's one of the best movies of all time.
Watch it with someone. You won't go bored.
cheap and surprisingly boring.
Where it all began. A stand-alone film that showed the horrors of nuclear weapons by a nation that suffered two atomic bombs first hand.
I think this is a must-see film because first of all the story is really good about explaining what happened during the bombings in japan by the Americans in WW II
second of all the metaphor, they put in the Godzilla film (Godzilla is the metaphor of destruction) and it perfectly portrays because the fishes died and the city was destroyed it is the perfect film to watch.
This movie is a lot of things, both politically engaged and thrilling, fantastic, mysterious, but also stressful, and realistic. It's cinema at its finest.
The original! Awesome!