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Está es la película de Godzilla que debimos tener hace años en América! Un gran respeto a este ícono
the movie did great with Godzilla but most of the things are bad especially the screen time with Godzilla
I don't like that a 6/10 is defined as "It passed the time" on this site. I think this move was above average. The mere glimpses we get of Godzilla for most of the runtime are great for building up suspense.
More Godzilla and fleshed out characters would make this epic monster flick more epic.
Boring at parts, and slow paced, but satisfying.
Big, thrilling and okay characters Godzilla sets up the monster-verse, while failing in giving a intreating story.
Godzilla wasn't shown very often, and the battle in San Francisco was too dark to see what's going on.
To lil monster action and a human story that fails to really connect. Feels like a drama with some background disaster scenes
A flawed movie? Absolutely. Could have used some more monster action. But is still a good movie thanks to the smart directing by Gareth Edwards and the great soundtrack by the very talented Alexandre Desplat. Slow start and admittedly middle as well, but a solid third act for the most part. 7/10
During the second half of the movie, I just couldn't wait for it to finish. This is a very bad reboot, in my opinion. Although this revival of the iconic Japanese monster delivers some very good-looking, blockbuster CGI, the characters are too thinly written, and the flick just becomes tedious and boring after a while. They should've maybe shortened the time. It stays faithful to the original source material, all while being a highly Americanized version and adapted for its time. But honestly, this is far from the best reboot I've ever seen, and I think that you'd could ignore this one.