Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) - Action, Adventure, Fantasy

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The crypto-zoological agency Monarch faces off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah.

IMDB: 6.4
Director: Michael Dougherty
Stars: Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga
Length: 132 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 232 out of 1024 found boring (22.65%)

One-line Reviews (622)

Wasted 2 hours on a movie with no story it would have been better if I had watched some cartoons.

The 1998 movie is far more entertaining.

It is exciting, it is beautiful, tragic, grand, an emotional rollercoaster from start to finish.

All in all, it ends up feeling a bit wonky and disjointed, and at times mildly confusing.

Great action with boring characters.

Motivations for the character's actions are often confusing.

The characters are so dull and many of the scenes with them just feel pointless.

He was written so boringly, the only best scene he has is the deep scene he has to a character that I forgot the name of, then he goes.

I understand that the sacrifice of a compelling story arc was to make way for action sequences, a major departure from the focus of the first film.

Rodan, the fire demon, coming out of that volcano and causing complete devastation to the puny world beneath him is just horrifying and stunning at the same time.

Visually stunning .

One of the most boring films ive ever seen.


Now for my critiques: The story IS lacking and a little disjointed.

The storyline is boring and predictable as well as the characters.

Total waste of money!

A decently entertaining movie with more buildup to the future showdown with Kong rather than making a good standalone film.

Pretty cliché as characters go.

Final Say -Despite brief snippets of the film it could've been, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is far too serious and sadly dull for its own good stopping this monster rumble in its tracks, a shame for all and a potential road-blocker for the franchise moving forward.

The characters are already boring and bland.

I almost walked out it was getting so unrealistic and stupid toward the end..Too bad you can't give 1/2 a star.

This is even assuming the set pieces are compelling on their own in the first placeThis movie hurts.

Monsters great, people and drama boring .

It's fun, entertaining and at many times will keep the viewer on the edge of their seat.

All in all it was more depressing than exciting.

This Godzilla, 2019, was too cliche and too much Hollywood cliche corny dialogue we've heard from other movies a million times.

Pretty boring until the monsters show up.

The uneven pace and predictable dialogues didn't help either.

The trailers for this movie were very good, intriguing, fun and had me excited for this one.

So, when it comes down to it, GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS is a great film that's highly enjoyable and loads of fun.

The writing was cheesy and lazy, there are multiple scenes only for exposition, there's a lot of cliches, the story is predictable and the characters constantly make small stupid decisions that really add up to be really annoying.

Incredibly boring......

Total snooze fest.

Poor and boring not even close to the Anime Idea .

I mean it was literally a snooze fest.

Someone decides to wake monsters up to kill off the population to save the Earth - how stupid - how unoriginal - how uninspiring.

There is no plot.

I genuinely enjoyed it.

I found the dialogue to be ridiculous and cheesy; and the acting was bland (and when it comes to Millie Bobby Brown downright ANNOYING).

Though the daughter is compellingly played by Millie Bobby Brown, her parents are cliche caricatures of real people, motivated in the most asinine way by their emotions about their dead son.


no story .. no acting ...


It was a lot of build up and following the humans and a little monster battle but I still thought it was engaging.

The visuals are stunning and the story line is great!

Everyone in the film are really dull, even Millie Bobby Brown, who does her usual shtick of have a mental breakdown.

Like it's predecessor, this version of Godzilla suffers from lack of story and engaging chatacters.

The acting was pretty good and for a monster movie the plot was enjoyable i thought.

Moreover, Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and especially King Ghidorah all look amazingly lifelike and certainly deliver the rousing mondo destructo and go-for-the-throat thingo-to-thingo goods something fierce.

Don't waste your time watching this in my opinion.

Even if the cinematography is meh, the fights are still highly enjoyable, because of the well implemented special effects.

Slow Titan like giant mammoth can travel from one continent to another one on a blink of eye.

It felt repetitive in action.

In my opinion, the problem with this film is the same as the first one: the plot is boring, the characters are underdeveloped and bland, and the script is corny and stupid.

This film has some impressive action scenes while maintaining an entertaining story line.

Godzilla KOTM is a love letter to Toho's classic monster franchise & is by far the best American version yet despite what some might say, Gareth Edwards 2014 movie had it's moments but was lacking those huge monster moments that it was crying out for, here Michael Dougherty (Obviously a super fan) knows exactly what you have come to see and delivers some truly breathtaking & beautiful shots, all filmed like a spectacular painting.

I fell asleep....

Instead was rather boring at times and goofy at others, making it lose that uniqueness that I felt the original movie did in comparison to other movies of a similar genre.

The human characters really have trivial motivations that reek of lazy writing and bland Marvel inspired universe building.

Director/co-writer Michael Dougherty totally hits it out of the ballpark with this simply spectacular edition to the long running Godzilla series: Not only does Dougherty keep the engrossing and exciting story hurtling along at a breathless brisk pace despite the lengthy two hour-plus running time, but he also stages the thrilling and fantastic monster fights with rip-roaring gusto, maintains a refreshingly serious tone throughout, and keeps the human drama stuff on an even keel from start to finish.

But I enjoyed it.

Uninspiring .

This is pure arcade fighting game for those who want to raise up their adrenaline.

I fell asleep repeatedly in this movie because of how much I didn't care about the human characters.

First half hour so boring I almost fell asleep.

If goji 2014's slow and deliberate approach to their kaiju wasn't satisfying enough, then i assure you, KOTM doesn't hold backWhile I personally felt like godzilla 2014 focused a bit too much on the pretty bland main character, KOTM finds an equal ground between monster action and human drama.

It certainly understands what makes Godzilla movies entertaining and there was definitely a lot of passion put into this project.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters was a very entertaining sequel to the 2014 Godzilla.

So after watching Godzilla 2014, everyones wanted more Godzilla and well they got it but in a boring way...

I thought this was too noisy with bad CGI and terrible cliché characters.

Constant monster fights can be boring after a timeThe worst part is the Godzilla expert guy sacrificing himself.

Good impressive monsters but a lame, uninspired bland film .

A Waste of Time and Money .

Pretty much everytime a fight scene was about to start they would cut away to whatever boring nonsensical thing the humans were doing.

Trite deaths everywhere as trite bad guy appears.

This is yet another teriible Godzilla movie, for all the reasons mentioned before, and merging the two could only mean Kong films get dragged down into the dumpster fire the Godzilla 'franchise' has become .

The reason i called this movie a "popcorn movie" is because while it is extremely enjoyable (especially if you're a Godzilla fan), it's not really all that special and there's not a whole lot of new things you haven't seen before.

worst movie ever made .

The battles are visual intense and serves the story well.

The Bad Storyline - unimaginative, lame, dull, no - logic Annoying kid carachter and also that family line backstory Carachter motivation?

It is exactly on the line of bland hollywood action flick and fun godzilla movie to watch with friends in theaters.

Having lighter colors in the backdrop during the daytime would make the colors from the monsters' effects seem more dull and less noticeable.

An explosive surge of thrilling monster action...

Waste of time..!!. .

It was a much more exciting film than the 2014 movie (which I thought was great).

You could feel everyone in the theater felt bored too, no one even clapped when cool stuff happen because we were bored for so long.

The rest were bland.

It's a boring AF flick with no substance whatsoever!

However the scenes with the monsters are stunning, and it's more fun then you think just watching monsters destroying things.

Whereas the first felt more plodding and mysterious in tone this is just all out monster mayhem right from the start.

Well, let me humor the idea that balance cannot exist and explain it thusly: the problem with the first movie is that the most prominent characters were somewhat uninteresting and didn't justify the lack of Godzilla screentime, whereas this movie doesn't give us enough time to get to know anyone or understand why we should be invested when the action comes.

Still, it's appreciated and goes a long way in making the second act more engaging than it otherwise would have been.

Character motivations are muddled, and the overall storyline is largely convoluted and uninteresting.

Godzilla king of monsters is an action packed masterpiece.

Here are some negative comments: The human plot story was predictable.

characters motivations are just confusing as well!!

One of the worst movies I've seen in years .

I found it very disappointing, it was the first movie I fell asleep in the cinema with.

This is Godzilla film i wanted to see this sequel proof's the first 2014 Godzilla film I have always liked Godzilla film franchise film saga of all time, when 2014 film reboot comeback the Godzilla 2014 the trailer made it look like intense and wanna see film but when you see it, it's boring as hell because you don't see Godzilla until like first 40 or 45 minutes of movie when the film goes for 2 hour long film something minutes he is less in it and human actors in first film are more in it like 97% of film how does people like first (2014) Godzilla when he is not much in it like 8% ?

King of the Monsters doesn't tease us the monsters like its predecessor, instead opting to show them in all their glory, with some quite stunning shots thrown in to emphasise the sheer scale and power of these beasts.

The final fight between Godzilla & Ghidorah is same as the final fight in the previous part of Godzilla in 2014, it looks like repetitive scene, besides the other creatures that pop up less than a minute without any information about what they're capable to do.

The ending was stretched to the point that it was unbearable.

Which was equally unimaginative, tacky and dull .

The special effects are truly incredible and Lawrence Sher's striking widescreen cinematography provides a wondrous wealth of breathtaking visuals.

The human stuff honestly just bored me can't really explain why either because the actors were doing there best.

Good thing I am a real monster lover, else I would have walked out.

Boring, predictable, mocking .

No plot.

There were times that I was just getting bored by the human characters, and their dialogue had, like, SO much cheese.


Like most blockbusters, the characters are boring.

As previously mentioned, Dr. Serizawa is a very compelling character.

That said, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is an explosive surge of thrilling monster action.

Unfortunately this film has taken that complaint from audiences and has gone 180 degrees the opposite in this film because there is so much action and Godzilla fighting that it becomes boring and bland.

This film delivers where it counts, beautiful and stunning creature designs and amazing fight sequences.

Overall, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is a boring, melodramatic Western interpretation on a Kaiju film; placing the Kaiju in the background as mere scenery.

Before that, in the beginning, she steals the entry card from the guy, opens the door and closes it in the blink of an eye, to save her mother, and the guy is somehow magically too slow to stop that, of course.

Overall, it was worth watching , and i believe this experience should not be missed when running in theaters, it will not waste your money, and has great repetition value.

" fury Capt. Kirk *alone* is equipped and entitled to express) by Every Single Character and, well, it gets trite after a while.

Dont know how i managed to stay awake especially with the loud noises.

Having enjoyed the 2014 start to this franchise, I had some trepidation after reading a few "ho-hum" reviews of this Godzilla.

Cheesy and cliche from start to finish.

This film also feels the need to include pointless Godzilla lore at all times in a pathetic way to keep die hard Godzilla fans entertained.

Terrible movie, do not watch, it IS A WASTE OF TIME.

I was so bored.

The Exposition Dumps - Part of what made the human scenes so painful to watch was how straight up boring they were.

The film's plot is incredibly boring and dragged out.

Cinema-goers may be wondering how a seemingly action-heavy monster movie could possibly be so boring.

Horrible waste of time.

I don't mean it it badly made, no sir it looks awesome, but it is repetitive and consists of like four different attacks shared among all monsters and just rehashed every fight and all the fights.

It's action packed with twists, turns, AMAZING cgi, and all the classic Godzilla fan service you can handle!

But they kept shoving their boring human characters in our faces, I'm so angry this movie sucks so bad.

Even if you went cliche and had Madison and her father standing on the edge of Boston harbor as the sun was rising and Godzilla disappeared off into the water and then a touching moment between them that would have been infinitely better.

The cast as a whole was mostly boring, and with the exception of Ken Watanabe there was Kyle Chandler (who is a vastly underrated actor having been exceptional in Early Edition), there was little actual acting to be seen.

This film managed to make Charles Dance dull, that in itself is impressive.

Great monster CGI and the battles were pretty good, but the humans really bored me.

Top it all off with some some superb actors given an awful and laughable script cluttered with miserable exposition and you'll have some of the most boring and dreadful moments in the theater.

The 2014 one is the worst movie I ever watch at the cinema.

The fights were brutal and somewhat unpredictable.

Bottom Line: "Godzilla: King of Monsters" is a boring and occasionally offensively bad interpretation of a story that has been done and redone endlessly for over a half century.

The plot is incredibly predictable and the movie played it safe for the most part.

A spectacle in its purest form, it satisfies the hunger for massive kaiju smackdowns while also building an elaborate narrative to justify both their existence and their intense rivalries.

This movie was a *COMPLETE* waste of time, even for a Godzilla fan such as myself.

But that's not my thing, i like complicated compelling characters with lots of depth, so that's why this is my rating.

Since there's many fascinating monsters appeared there, beside the hero itself.

We got to see monsters emerging with epic soundtracks and epic fights , i was high on adrenaline the whole time , truly a great monster movie

Their battles are intense and fully satisfying.

Such an amazing film, it is action packed and suspensful, you will always be on the edge of your seat.

A passably entertaining popcorn movie with great monster special effects and good use of colour and music to really emphasize the scale and impact of the creatures.

The visuals were stunning and the fights were great.

Trite battle.

What we have here is a terribly boring and exposition heavy mess that has little enjoyment to offer, even the action is dull.

, A boring stories, Bad acting, poor script, and really really bad editing, you can even tell when they interact humans with the monsters that they are just standing behind a giant screen.

A movie for fans of the Fantastic, the Mind Boggling & the Insane.

A little clunky sometimes, but enjoyable all the same.

It's propaganda, sponsored by evil governments and corporations who want to kill most of the people on the planet.

The Most Boring Monster Movie In Recent Memory .

The dialogue is moronic, the story cliche'd, not one ounce of originality.

The dialogue itself lacks passion and emotion- it is a blend of one-liners that didn't make the final cut from a 1980's Schwarzenegger movie, overused back-and-fourths that you have seen a hundred times before, and empty conversations that lack both substance and direction.

This is the first movie i actually thought of breaking my rule and not wait till the end, leave the theater at the break(i wish we did).

Sure, some of it is flawed, but most of the time I find myself enjoyed and truest impressed by its effects and stunning visuals.

More empty junk made for the Chinese market.

Way too slow .

The monster fights were boring and tedious CGI fests.

It was a waste of time.

Without that human anchor, action scenes featuring these giant animals can only carry a film so far before becoming boring.

Gareth Edwards is a great director and he built up suspense and put together scenes carefully and tightly so the whole movie was a very absorbing experience - and the final appearance of Godzilla with his nasty snarling smirk at the end was immensely satisfying.

This is definitely worth watching in theaters.

Very boring, same old same old, and every character would pitch in for an answer for any angles or theories at some point throughout the film as though it's the only way the director could think of explaining any situation that materialised to the audience and at a quick rate.

movie makers should have a cliche team, to catch any possible cliches.

Though I do have to complain about the overall bland music.

This is on a par with the last couple of Transformer films for being so stupid and banal.

Very cool sound effects and visually entertaining to watch godzilla and other monsters face off

All in all-a boring, predictable ignorant movie for ignorant masses, just like modern mainstream radio music.

It was action-packed, intense, thrilling, emotional, beautiful and incredible.

The film is too long (over two hours) and too politically correct.

Then, there was this cliche-filled japanese guy that had some kind of a weird addiction to godzilla or something, then he decided to sacrifice his life witout so much as a minute to think about it just to.. touch godzilla before death, i guess.

Boring characters and stereotypical monster behavior; at one point they are labelled as animals the next minute they act like humans.

Trite plans follow, trite action.

Want to know if you're getting some bland and basic CGI in a movie?

The fights are again dull.

This movie is a display of how to waste a large amount of money on something impossible to watch, something so badly written that makes you just cringe.

Cheesy and cliche .

Build the monster personas up with more screen time, make the various monsters smart arses, sociopaths, courageous, loyal, comical, quirky, etc, and you'll have a much more engaging and new monsterverse.

The shivering dread of boredom is too overwhelming.

The story is dull and lacks character development.

If you like horrendously stupid plots, lots of shaky cam, bad attempts at humor and pointlessly mandatory family drama to round out an otherwise uninteresting story, then you're gonna LOVE Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

The 2014 reboot to me was pretty dull.

It deserves 8 due to the stunning work of CGI in this film, stupid and disgusting sense of humor in many scenes though.

Lame repetitive dialogue over and over just like in GoT season 8!

The worst movie experience I have ever had.

To be fair, the human narrative isn't all that bad, in fact I found it more engaging than the 2014 film's.

Surprisingly boring for a film about monsters fighting.

The second time was already too predictable.

The acting was also weak, and the dialogue was trite and cliche'd.

However the family banter was boring and sort of wish Godzilla would just step on them.

What a boring movie.

If you are looking for Sundance or Cannes contenders, don't waste your money.

This was the worst movie I had ever heard.

I left the theater with nothing less than the feeling of neutral.

For the newbies to these fascinating films, it is crucial to understand their origin.

I could barely see Mothra, couldn't see Godzilla nor the 3-headed monster he was fighting in dark Antartida at night, just before I left the theater.

If this is one of your favorite genre too, by lowering your expectation you will definitely enjoy it & if not, don't waste your time on this.

Highly enjoyable monster flick .

They killed off the best character before even the halfway point, and we're left with a boring block of wood known as Aaron Taylor Johnson for the rest of it.

I fell asleep....

But what they could've done better was with the human characters who delivered plain dialouges which were boring.

in short - vera famiga (this actress is very bad and annoying) are 500% sure what is she doing just only for the most cliche turn over phrase "i must fix what i´ve caused" ...

Lilith knows it wouldn't be a Dougherty film without confused, pretentious messaging and gross misunderstanding of themes.

The movie is fast paced and it is like there are no breaks on it so buckle up for one hell of a ride .

The kaiju action was absolutely entertaining.

No spoilers here, was a pretty awesome film, visual effects were on point, acting and story were pretty amazing as well 100% worth watching again

The problem is that no plot, and awful acting, as well as utterly dislikeable characters (Madison is not exactly a very likeable kid and appears mostly entitled and spoilt), and the ridiculous eco-mentalist premise , this film gets 4/10 and that is entirely due to the action scenes and CGI.

Anytime the humans are on screen its dull, incomprehensible and most unforgiving of all, its beyond boring.


The battle scenes between the monsters are absolutely riveting, with director Michael Dougherty gleefully throwing everything at the audience except the kitchen sink, and some of the movie's shots are so well staged that they could be paintings (Mothra's first ascension and Ghidorah's electrical take-over in particular).

It has a wonderful mix of human character development and conflict to accompany the knock down drag out monster mayhem!

While 2014 attempted to woo us with a slow-burn of Kaiju drama, it simply lacked what we wanted - fighting monsters - and instead tethered us to uninteresting human characters.

Way too long.

No plot, horrible acting, ridiculous dialogue, terrible direction, bad editing, amateurish writing, good CGI.

With movies like John Wick and Rocketman playing on cinemas, I'd recommend you don't waste your time or money watching Godzilla, believe me you're not missing out on much.

An extremely predictable movie.

Charles Dance is always good but he really phones in his Tywin Lannister impersonation here (but then again it's always entertaining) Mille Bobbie Brown does the best with a thankless role.

This movie was action packed summer fun film to enjoy.

Cliche talks and stupid reactions of people in case of danger in some parts of the movie.

The human characters with the exception of Tanaka are possibly the most dull I've ever experienced on film.

Some characters are compelling and have decent dynamics, the visual effects are great and there's a pretty fantastic scene set to the original Toho tune.

Loud, pretentious, and self consuming.

Like looking at the destruction of a Godzilla-torn city, it is a disheartening catastrophe to see a monster movie that's so dull.

So when they threw in what they threw in (because I'm not telling), I was lulled into a few catnaps.

Boring and dull .

Cringefull and action packed.

I liked the film, but the mythology was growing tiresome towards the end.

The problem is that the monsters in this film are bland CGI creations who don't have distinct personalities aside from Godzilla.

what an epic waste of time.. the story sucks and if you take L to be the hero girl give her credit for stranger things...


The dialogue is predictable and terribly acted.

This was a waste of time.

This made for a very slow pace and very little screen time of Godzilla, aside from witnessing him from secondary sources (TV, etc.). But the slowness wasn't all for naught; it provided build-up.

By far one of the worst movies I've seen in a while.


The humans in this are about as uninteresting as the ones in the previous movie.

Honestly, it was just really enjoyable.

Super boring ..characterization like paper .

Typical sign of bad movie: Bad lighting in teals and oranges and weighed down with trite P.

Waste of time.

Defiantly worth watching an amazing Godzilla movie it made 8yr old me come out in the theater I'm so happy there making these movies took my 5yr old and made him a Godzilla fan!!!!

The Film, is genuinely, one of the most ridiculously flawed & boring (not even funny bad) movies I've seen in the past decade - it's really bad.

There is literally no storyline.

Edwards' "Godzilla" rebooted the American "Godzilla" franchise after "Stargate" director Roland Emmerich gave us his own entertaining epic "Godzilla" (1998), starring Matthew Broderick.

It was so boring that an actual guy was snoring.

It was just so enjoyable from start to finish, the intro to each titan was chilling, and they were amazingly detailed to the eyes.

Even the few monster battles felt unepic for the most part, and dragged on.

The monster fights are some of the most exciting things I've ever seen in a movie (and I highly recommend seeing this in a theater if you can).

A wonderful fast paced movie that slows down in appropriate spots and time length.

Bland nonsensical plot with cringeworthy acting and weak CGI

And you can leave the theater feeling satisfied with the success of how well the monster fights are.

I had two naps during this film but I should just have got up and walked out.

At a far too long two hours plus, Dougherty's adventure gets caught up in endless and rather thoughtless set-pieces after thoughtless set-pieces (bizarrely filmed with off-putting shaky cam and grey/smoke filled pallet) as Godzilla and a bunch of humans we really couldn't care less for find out that there's a number of big bad "titans" out there ready to wreak havoc on our seemingly inept defense forces and unsuspecting human population.


Aside from loud, entertaining monster battles, this sequel will be forgotten.

Save your money on this version, because the ONLY aspect of this movie worth seeing, are the old-school monsters.

Cliche .

Ignore the nay-sayers, KotM is a hugely enjoyable way to spend 2.5hrs. Yes, the human element will always feel a tad contrived and does leave room for improvement.

Contrived piece of ****.

The movie is worth a watch for the monsters only and the rest of the boring drama is pathetic.

Bored to super freaking death!

Only reason I didn't walk out of the cinema was because I fell asleep.

This film manages to balance maybe 30 minutes of admittingly enjoyable kaiju action with and hour and a half of cringe worthy cliches.

This is a very entertaining action movie, with absolutely breathtaking visual effects.

For it to carry on the continuity from both films, give us some thrilling action, and with the cast (especially Millie Bobby Brown, with this being her first major flick) doing a really good job, I'd give this a solid 9/10.

I was literally bored in the middle of the movie.

Slow story line.

Save your money and 2 hours.

The movie juggled unevenly between intense action scenes and character drama, at times causing unintentional laughs.

Way too long, no plot, no story, noise and fighting.

Sadly, most of the movie was just painfully dull, and the few laugh out loud scenes(Vera Farmigas speech, Charles Dance's shrug moment, the very end) are not enough to recommend this total pile of trash.

I fell asleep and dont think I missed much.

The human story is perfectly engaging and the actors are good.


Slow and hokey .

Overall, this movie is an awesome movie for Godzilla fans, monster fans and the general audience as well, but if you want to see a movie for a really good story with a lot interesting characters and intriguing dialogue, then maybe give it a pass.

Dull, dull, dull .

It was beautiful and thrilling .

Entertaining film.

That became terribly monotonous and boring.

Yes, the action and suspense in them are great, the concepts of the storyline are genuinely interesting and I would say sufficiently gripping to keep you focused on the movie, and personally I think the special effects and grandeur are fantastic, it really adds spectacle to what should be truly grand creatures and movie sequences.

Movie is boring af.

We got some monster fights which saved the movie but other than that it was mostly boring.

Worst movie of the year so far...

After that its just more and more dull as the film goes on because you just bombarded with fight after fight after fight.

Awe inspiring.


The script is bad, I mean cliche ridden bad; both the plot and the dialogue needed a good rewrite to create anything even vaguely satisfactory.

The characters are too predictable and stock.

If you think you know what this film is about and want to see if it is anything but predictable-stay home.

a waste of time and money.

While I looked it more than "Godzilla 2014", it has become one of the most predictable films I've seen in a long time and I enjoyed "Kong: Skull Island" and "King Kong vs Godzilla 1962" MUCH more.

Except VFX story is boring.

The references to the old movies are enjoyable.

Overall this is a very enjoyable monster flick.

It does do something semi-interesting with a few of its human characters, which is manifested in a pseudo-twist that goes some way in making the piece more engaging.

This is particularly when it focuses more on pointless character explaining the plot rather than exploring how humanity deals with the arrival of multiple Titans.

Sooooooooooooooo boring!!!.

Very boring movie.

Ultimately, "King of the Monsters" is fun to watch but the human element feels boring and becomes a nuisance.


The filmmakers seem intent on making Godzilla and co. behave like real animals, so the fights are boring as a result.

I fell asleep, woke up and then went back to sleep.

We wanted to share their adventures and feel their fear, awe, and adrenaline.

Enjoyed it a lot.

Instead of exploring the Godzilla and other monster stories, the movie relies on a very stupid kid plotlines to run the story, which are utterly pointless and annoying to see the same damn kid again and again being stupid just for the sake of moving the story along.

I recommend this movie to any Godzilla or Monster movie fan it's worth watching even if you have never seen a Godzilla movie before you can start here and understand what's going on easily and enjoy it.

It was entertaining mindless monster mayhem.

It seemed more about pimping her brand out than it was about creating a compelling movie.

Not just for a Godzilla film, but for an environmentalist film in general, especially one that takes itself so seriously with its endless pretentious species about man and nature and balance and other things Dougherty doesn't understand.

Introduction of each monster was dramatic and stunning.

What a worst movie, i dont know what has happened to you guys?


Though I didn't care for the characters in that one, the decision to have Godzilla's battles as background until the very end was a good one, as presumably he realised that the actual fights between the monsters are pretty boring.

I'm gonna keep this as short as possible about the rest: lots of noise, lots of flashy lights and explosions (just a bunch of high budget show-off to compensate the lack of story and good acting), no standout perfomance by an actor (even though good actors where on set, with the likes of Charles Dance for example).

The whole story is no story.

If you want riveting plot lines and award winning acting save up for the Cannes Film Festival.

It also takes too long to get going and is too long overall.

Lack of a real story is a fatal mistake, yet the visual effect is breathtaking.

It contained like every single stereotypical cliche that you could think of, unlikeable idiotic characters, zero consequences of any action (large stealth motherships being able to apparently land on the sea), no respect for any form of physics, tiresome family histrionics, the world apparently getting demolished but endless empty Ospreys available for character's tedious errands, inane environmental preaching and a script that felt like a string of woeful fortune cookies.

As a casual viewer that thought the first film was enjoyable enough that I was excited to see the sequal, I was thrilled that I could leave the cinema when the film finished.

The repetitive mention of King Kong makes the upcoming sequel seem further away as he fails a newly-shot appearance.

The rest of the casting is typically social justice with a black woman running the senate (yawn), and another running the army.

Worst movie .

But over all, Godzilla, the King of the Monsters was entertaining and fun to watch.

At the top of my list for Worst Movie Ever.

Instead the plot is confusing.

Despite a chaotic story, "King of the Monsters" is still, in fact, an enjoyable film.

Predictable all the way .

The soundtrack also seemed intentionally reminiscent of past monster glories, adding to the enjoyable nostalgia.

An entertaining monster flick .

No story and horrible acting.

It's a fun movie and definitely worth watching.

As I mentioned, most of the fights are difficult to see and they're also quite repetitive - most of them end with some sort of 'last minute save'.

Very enjoyable to watch.

The human plot was really entertaining, and epic, and emotional as well.

Bloated, uninspiring monsterfest .

The other characters were vapid, annoying, uninteresting "we're a family after all!

Waste of time .

However, even with these impressive-looking monsters, "mundane" sadly still comes to mind far too often, mostly because of the terribly-written human characters.

Well worth the watch and really looking forward to Godzilla vs Kong after this.

Incredibly expensive movie, cool graphic special effects, talented actors and so boring and bad script.

"Dry", "boring" and "irrelevant" would be compliments to these actors.

I know the story isn't the main point in Godzilla, but the story in this movie is terrible, boring, and I feel like they focused on it a little too much.

missiles that destroy all oxygen in a 2km radius probably should have destroyed water and clouds too..the whole government wants to shut down monarch thing was a complete waste of time as it was largely ignored...

I know that this can be a controversial speak but ,beyond of the story, in some point of the movie (Avengers Endgame) I was getting bored.

This was poorly paced and completely predictable.

90% unwatchable human characters in unwatchable human drama, 10% awesome monster action.

The very first Godzilla with Matthew Broderick was silly and cheesy, but at least it was entertaining.

Giant monsters rise from the oceans, some with the intent to harm, some to protect, and these titans battle it out behind the backdrop of a boring human storyline which steals the majority of screen time.

The movie is a 2hr and 13min movie and I was just ready to walk out of the theater.

Are the characters boring?

And sure, even though I thought the slow buildup of the 2014 "Godzilla" was really effective, I'll be damned if I wasn't excited for 2 hours of CGI monster fun.

they are all boring and annoying.

nonetheless, worth watching, beasts are amazing

We are supposed to care YET we don't at all because 1) Vera was horribly miscast in the role and 2) The script was sooo bad, the dialogue so wooden and cliche, that the audience actually hated her and thought "good riddance" when she died.

Highlights are many, the Antartica Moment of King Ghidora's entrance was stunning and made me think & hope that Del Toro was watching and thinking about 'In The Mountains of Madness' again.

cliché from start to the end.

This is literally one of the top worst movies I have watched in my life.

Just good old fashioned monster fun..normal human cheesy storylines..but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

The action until the end felt ridiculously boring and uninteresting.

There was 6 of us in the movie theater and 2 fell asleep.

It seemed to me like actors from popular tv shows and movies were thrown together which made it rather confusing (a mix of The Conjuring, Stranger Things and Game of Thrones - HUH??

The action scenes are fun but the second one was filmed a little closely and the third one was bland.

Even people who liked to movie were starting to get a bit bored towards the end.

It has very cheesy parts and most of them are very dull.

If you want monster fights and dull characters you got it in GODZILLA KING OF THE MONSTERS

The too quick reveal of the other titans, both in film and the early trailers, completely cheapens their value to the story, and the total lack of plot and character development sinks what could have otherwise been a romp towards an increasingly entertaining series with many more iterations to follow.

Godzilla KM 2019 is an incredibly entertaining scream.

This is a movie from the writer/director who co-wrote X-Men 2, arguably one of the better superhero movies ever made, so how he could deliver such a confusing mess with GKotM is a question that will hopefully be answered in the coming years (I place my bet on studio interference).


He shows up more often and is accompanied by some truly stunning monsters.

Thomas Middleditch was there doing usual Thomas Middleditch stuffs and Kyle Chandler seemed to be talking to a wall at one scene and his character felt like a "know-it-all" snob and was unbearable for the most part.

This movie is a waste of time.

Godzilla 1 was far better and this one is too slow and stretching.

The characters make questionable decisions, most of which make you raise your hands in confusion.

What I wanted to see was awe inspiring creatures do battle and at that it succeeds, albeit imperfectly.

It's the irritating kind that involves scenes brimming with weak and tired jokes every five minutes, despite being in intense life-or-death situations, only existing to stretch the runtime, whilst merely feigning any hints of sincerity.

Jar Jar Binks Dialog Returns - Chaotic, Incomprehensible Action - Save Your Money .

Not a decent cast (the consistent Vera Farmiga, up-and-coming Millie Bobbie Brown, and one of my favorite actors - Kyle Chandler), not a monster budget, or a juicy concept can save this one from the sheer boredom and predictable plot points that hampers it.

If being cliche was the only problem with this movie I wouldn't be disappointed.

I am tempted to comment on the riveting performance, nuanced acting, superb facial expression and body language etc. etc. of our protagonist Godzilla.

The character are pretty bland.

but it's entertaining,,, just bring the Ultraman then it will be complete hahahaha

I am very glad that i spent my 2 hours in such exciting way.

There are a lot of action sequences in the movie among the beasts and they are epic, visually stunning, and fun to watch.

The movie has the gigantic titans battling it out sure, but it seems to be more interested in cutting back to the boring and completely hollow human characters almost every time things get exciting.

Rodan's introduction in Mexico was probably the most intense part of the movie.

It contains a typical modern-day story with a predictable plot and so many last-second rescues it got boring.

The fights among the monsters are breathtaking and I felt like a child again watching the old movies with Mothra and Guidorah and Godzilla!


Most of this movie was long drawn out scenes that I was bored to death by and give little insight to anything, throwing 'science jargon' that make littles sense and is hardly explained rather than showing us more of Godzilla.

Even with some good actors in the cast, after a while it's simply boring and headache-inducing, and doesn't create much anticipation for the future despite how hard it tries to do just that.

Putting together such a predictable plot with such boring and unsympathetic characters can't lead to something good I'm afraid.

The end result is just a bit bland and forgettable.

daddy mom baby boring...

Cut to another trite guy with trite story of separated from threatened family, had become alcoholic, now angry at missing family members.

Within in minutes of start some trite monster threatens some trite science office.

It's just safe and predictable blockbuster filmmaking; it hits every beat you expect it to.

So, I was constantly trying to decide what shall I do: keep on sleeping or just leave the theater.

The human drama is boring and cliche.

The only cringe worthy, monster movie cliche they missed out on, was having someone who could speak Titan to Godzilla.

They're bland, cliché, and make stupid decisions.

look you may think it's 2 hour long boring movie of all time it's not.

Spectators will immerse themselves in action and adventure, feel the adrenaline rush, "adds actress Vera Farmiga.

The Visuals in this movie are absolutely stunning.

This family drama stuff is boring and does not belong in a Godzilla movie.

Seriously Thrilling, a Total Epic .

Enjoyable .

You shouldn't go into this movie expecting to get a convincing story with compelling characters.

Visually stunning, a couple surprises, and even has a reasonable plot device to keep the humans in the middle of it.

That was about the only problem I had with the film since I found the overall visuals and action sequences to be awesome in breathtaking in the overall cinematic scale of it all as I previously mention, aswell as being so clearly shot.

From what everyone was saying I got the impression that there are a lot of great monster action scenes, but the human side of things is just boring and horrible written.

There are way more monster battles which are stunning and beautifully shot, the stakes are higher, and the overall character design is amazing.

The graphics were great and the monster battles were thrilling.

I didn't expect Godzilla to be Jurassic Park; however, the biggest sin is that it's boring.

Overall, Godzilla King Of Monsters is a fun and action packed film that fans will love.

Overall, Godzilla: King of the Monsters has some amazing sound editing, editing, and score with great visual effects but lacks a good script or compelling characters.

But the human side was awful, had way too much screentime, and an incredibly boring and played out plot.

The monster fights and battle scenes are actually exciting though.

Kyle Chandler did fine he is a least better lead then to Aaron Taylor Johnson witch i didn't like him in this movie because he was boring as hell him as series actor with boring.

I enjoyed it though and it was well worth the time to see it.

Boring movie .

The movie has great visuals, but even without the humans and the bad story there still is a huge problem with this movie, the fighting between monsters, which lets face it, is the reason we went to see the movie in the first place is bland.

Dougherty has created a considerably more apocalyptic tone this time around, but it is also a much more fun and enjoyable romp.

Action packed epic unlike anything seen before .

These characters were a lot more enjoyable and relatable to watch versus Godzilla (2014).

It is a huge waste of time.

The monsters are all bland and uninteresting.

I wanted to leave after the first quarter.

The build up from the characters was suspect but pretty entertaining film.

Let me tell you that the tradition that is forcing all cliche known to mankind is very well present in this movie.

It isn't just the fact that Godzilla 2 has too many characters, few of them truly gripping, that make me bored with them.

I was bored, anyway, and then when that BS came into I just couldn't stomach watching any more.

By literally slamming the breaks on the audience adrenaline and cutting off the air supply with human sacrifice after human sacrifice, by the time Godzilla finally climbs to the top of the monster heap, the audience is in tears rather than exploding with cheers and applause.

"Godzilla: King Of The Monsters" is loud but dull.

The worst movie I ever saw.

Although it seems to have potential, especially judging by the sheer number of enormous creatures depicted, it manages to be simply dull and boring.

Still, I would never want to make people believe this is a bad movie, it's not, I really enjoyed it a lot and am looking forward to the next instalment.

King of the Monsters May suffer from a meandering plot line but being that it's filled with interesting ideas, fun action, breathtaking visuals, and classic homages to the originals, any Godzilla fan will be adequately satisfied.

Seriously a waste of time!!

However, I will have to take away a point for the story, while I actually thought it was well executed, it is where the movie tends to have its slower paced portions and still feels secondary compared to the larger narrative of "let's get Godzilla to earn the King of the Monsters title.

I don't even think I can give this movie a score higher than 0 in the plot category because it had no plot - or more like the plot was so dense and unintelligent that it comes across like the movie didn't have a plot at all.

Not giving it a 1 or 2 because the CGI was fairly entertaining.

Well made and worth watching again!

The worst movie I've ever seen in my life .


Usually if would suggest to watch anyways, at least for the fight scenes, but they are so predictable it's not worth it.

This movie though was spectacular and breathtaking at some scenarios the cgi graphics everything synced well.

Went to the theater last night, was even in the extended screens (3 screens surrounding you) and managed to fall asleep.

It has a lot of fighting, the movie may be too fast paced for some, and some may not be a fan of Godzillas style of fighting.

There is scene after scene of military members sitting in a room, talking about God knows what, and it's so God damn boring.

For Gods sake dont waste your money over these kind of movies.

This movie lacks any of the fun from the more cheesy Japanese entries and makes only passing attempts at using kaiju as an allegory for nature's response to human hubris in favor of another predictable broken man's redemption story.

save your money...

Cheesier than a bag of Wotsits, awful storyline, every cliche from a Hollywood movie you can expect.

The movie touches on the cliché subject that humans are the "disease" of our world.

These ones are a waste of time that you will NEVER EVER get back.

Maybe worst movie of the year, among top 10 worst movies ever.

What a waste of time.

It could be better but I enjoyed it!

The CGI in this movie was great, the brilliant soundtrack, completely stunning.

What that made for was a dull film.

Edit out most of the scenes of the people, and their pathetic dialog (most of which are a mess of cliches) and pointless subplots, and concentrate on the monsters fighting.

It's pretty boring in places.

Trite ending.

A good action packed sequel .


It's abruptly confusing to me especially since that's something I don't think that my child would want me to do if they died in something like this so I would have been very wise not to get involved in such a plot to begin with.

At an hour in I was so bored I was falling asleep in the theater!

Don't waste your time or money.

The fights were awesome and the music put into the movie makes it feel exciting and tense.

The insipid story, weak script, and bland acting fatally undercut both the impressive CGI and the homages to earlier films (iconic and otherwise).

Way too much skipping to boring emotional human drama and her stupid daughter and not enough smashing,roaring and they killed mothra five secs in?


Ridiculously dumb and unbelievably boring for an action movie .

Another "even the smallest one can make the biggest difference" banality of which these so called film makers are so fond today.

This is a well presented, fun, action packed monster romp with everyone's favourite king of the monsters.

The human storyline is both meh and predictable at far too many points.

Very enjoyable sequel to the 2014 movie which feels like it fits well into the Godzilla universe.

You don't care about any of the characters or dramatic stakes of the narrative by the long drawn out conclusion of the film as nothing here feels natural, it all feels like cliché melodramatic nonsense.

People's behavior is absurd, with a lot of boring drama that nobody cares, in addition the actors who are supposed to be the main ones have no time on screen.

In fact, the movie was so predictable that even a dead man would see things coming before they happened.

This movie is worth the watch.

no plot.

It's a Underrated and Very good action packed MONSTER movie.

While it is more entertaining than the last film and has an upgrade in screentime for its creatures, it's still suffering from typical Hollywood blockbuster chaos.

The sequence centering on Rodan is also such an intense one that will leave one on the edge of their seat.

The movie has great kaiju battles though as often said by other critics, they are crammed in though so them actually happening is good but it makes bad with the plot, they are very entertaining though.

Action packed with great sound effects and cgi.

There is no plot.

The action is intense and majestic and despite the clumsy plot, it's wildly entertaining.

Sure, there are significant problems (all the best shots are in the trailer, the plot is beyond laughable, the characters are so thinly sketched as to make those in the first film feel Shakespearean, clichés abound, the talented cast is wasted), but all things considered, I enjoyed it, as it accomplished exactly what it set out to accomplish.

Last half hour of the movie is boring af.

Please save your money and see something else.


But you're left just twiddling your thumbs for too long waiting for the monsters to come back on screen as they are far more entertaining to watch.

Every line, and I mean every line uttered by Bradley Whitford (who I normally really like and appreciate) was a Hollywood cliche - a steady and nauseating steam of crisis met with smarmy, witless comebacks that no one in that situation would say in the moment.

if you thought Godzilla 2014 was boring and didn't have enough monster action, and then you're in luck: this movie has memorable, engaging characters and non-Stop monster destruction and fighting.

How the hell did you make it boring?!

This movie was so cliche I cringed several times throughout the film.

Not great, but still really enjoyable.

Don't waste your time.

It made me feel bad for the cast, they are legitimately trying to do what they can with the material but every time they went back to the human characters, I wanted to press the X button to get through the boring cut scene.

What waste of time!

It was a giant snooze fest.

Awful boring movie and millie bobby brown sucks as usual

This movie had stunning and absolutely kick ass monster battles, and it had human characters I cared about.

It was slow, and we never really encountered him in his entirety until the climax, preferring instead to offer glimpses through the characters that come near his presence.

Jump scares and "unexpected turns" that you expect from 5 minutes....

no story at all.


The whole eco-terrorist subplot gets tedious fast, especially Vera Farmiga's self-righteous/bitter/villainous/heroic-mom shtick and her bonding/unbonding/rebonding with her precocious daughter.

Exciting Monster Movie.

Seriously" what a waste of time.

OMG, I thought and told myself it's going to be so exciting.

The Action - While I had a lot of issues with the action yes, it was, even if to a lesser extent than the first, still the most entertaining aspect naturally.

I'm not a massive Godzilla fan but I've seen reviews on this website from people who eat, breathe and sleep Godzilla, and they really enjoyed it so ignore the extremely unfair 40% Rotten Tomatoes score and pay attention to the 84% audience score and good reviews on IMDb.

As a lifelong Godzilla fan I can't say I was disappointed since it was so satisfying to see these monsters come to life and feel like real, believable characters but just wished the movie they were in was more focused and shorter to fully appreciate the spectacle, creatures and the engaging themes it wants to tell.

And, of course, there's the cover of Blue Oyster Cult's "Godzilla," that features Serj Tankian from System of a Down doing the lyrical work, which is such an adrenaline-pumping track.

Exciting from beginning to end!

Worst movie ever!.

The visuals were epic, but the idiotic characters had me curled up in my chair, ready to fall asleep.


Most of the movie was extremely boring and badly written dialog.

Complete waste of time.

The plot line and the ending was predictable.

Too many contrived plot elements, asking the audience to suspend belief just once too many times.

Out of the six of us 0 thought this movie was worth watching.

This movie is great and enjoyable for the Godzilla fans and the "normies" alike.

Big action fun with a sprinkling of science and plenty of plot holes but still enjoyable.

This movie has absolutely stunning visuals, cinematography and sound mixing.

From the misguided do gooder accidentally unleashing human extermination to the roguish scientist proving himself superior in strategy and critical thinking than a largely inept military, to the petulant child helping to save the day through misbehavior, King of the Monsters buries anything enjoyable under Kong sized pile of ho hum.

This scene still very boring!

save your money.

The rest of the story was carried on by his bland as sand kid.

Dialogs are very predictable!

The CGI and the monster's battles are very enjoyable to watch.

It has a washed out color pallette that I think was supposed to provide contrast to the monsters but just made the whole thing feel pretentious.

I could not believe how boring, fundamentally broken and bland this 2 hour wet fart was.

Dark, boring and generally predictable...

The action scenes between the boring talking were breathtaking and actually got me hyped for the next sequels to come.

Save your money!

The best performance of the film is Ken Watanabe´s a recognized great actor, sadly he didn´t get a lot of scenic time in the movie, but well, it was entertaining

The story then takes some predictable twists and turns.

Apparently people complained about the reboot's lack of action because this movie is action packed, the first action scene begins around the ten minute mark.

Major yawn.

For, unlike MCU, they are not focusing a lot on the choreography of the battle, it is still dull.

The film's over two hours long and it sure dragged when the humans were on the screen towards the end.

Plotless Drivel .

An unfortunately dull monster mash-up .

The beginning of this movie is slow and drags.

While Mothra is kind of resorted to being a deux-machina and would wish to have more screen time, her ethereal-like presence creates breathtaking imaginary making her the most visually stunning of the monsters.

Stunning .

personality made him entertaining and Godzilla was simply awe inspiring, making him feel larger than life.

This movie was far too long and could've been done as a 30 minute TV special.

There are plenty of fights between Godzilla and the other Titans and they are exciting.

And even though some people complaint about the human factor of this movie, I actually enjoyed it...

But all I got was a long and boring movie.

The characters, at least when it comes to the main characters, while not the most complex, are still compelling in their own right; they serve the plot in a meaningful way and they all have understandable motivations for doing what they do.

Long boring dialogues which is unfortunate because the cast is a very good one.

They were on the edge of their seats and wanted to watch this movie again and again if they could.

We were forced to be drowned is a boring, dull, almost comical plot involving boring characters and the creation of two radioactive creatures called MUTOs before we got to see Zilla square off against the two, which by itself was spectacular, yet wasn't able to save the film.

Stunning effects, and good acting.

If you're not a hardcore Godzilla fan, don't waste your time .

Its really entertaining and action specially for younger gen.

By the look of the trailers this film seemed to rectify that and just have as entertaining a film as possible, as a monster v monster film should be.

Worst Movie ever .

So bored of watching CG monsters hit each other for 2 hours.

In what universe is a Godzilla film boring, especially one with 5 different monsters in it?

The monster action is terrific, but the movie often cuts away to show the perspective of the completely uninteresting human characters.

And given the budgets, era's of production with the available special FX of the times, quite a few are very enjoyable while some are just laughable junk.

But other things are so ordinary and boring.

Absolutely no tension or peril, fell asleep towards the end.

No story or character development.


Very loud, very dumb, and very entertaining .

Fantastic, sublime, stunning, thrilling: a masterpiece.

I dont fall asleep during movies, I love movies.

One of the worst movies that I watched

But the action was exciting, and I really enjoyed the designs of the various kaiju.

Kids wanted to leave.

An action movie that was dull.

For any fan it is perfect and a very enjoyable film to watch.

Simply unfinished, uninteresting, and unoriginal storyline followed by more glimpses of these newfound historic monsters.

Well, I guess about the same odds as Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson had locating his crew following the knock down-drag out in "Rampage".

This movie was so boring and just plain awful, camera shaking, quick cuts and dark shots where you cant tell what is going on at all throughout the whole movie.

First, we had the 2014 Godzilla, where many complained that too much of the giant monster action was seen solely from the vantage point of boring humans.

Spectacular Kaiju action dragged down by stupid human drama .

No story whatsoever.

I had to walk out for 15 minutes just to keep from falling asleep.

His direction is typical, current Hollywood shlock, way too long, a loud, throbbing score, constant cross-cutting, and an endless flurry of CGI imagery in a confused, muddy blur of events.

The graphics/monsters are over elaborate and frankly uninspiring.

Considering going back to the movies to watch it again since I enjoyed it greatly.

People just stand watching monsters emerge only running away after a long drawn out pause for effect and a cool scene by which time it's too late.. Planes and choppers need to get within ten feet of monsters to fire missiles instead of doing it from 1000 yards or more.

The focus should be on the monsters and while there is more screen time devoted to them in this sequel, there is still way too much time spent following dull human characters.

The cast is quite solid as well: Kyle Chandler makes for an engaging human hero, Vera Farmiga likewise does well as a conflicted scientist who has given up on the human race, and Millie Bobbi Brown elicits sympathy as the daughter caught between these two, plus there are sturdy contributions from Ken Watanabe, Ziyi Zhang, Bradley Whitford (pretty amusing as the token wisecracking comic relief guy), Sally Hawkins, Charles Dance (spot-on ruthless as the eco-terrorist human villain), Thomas Middleditch, Aisha Hinds, and O'Shea Jackson Jr. Popping up in nifty bits are David Strathairn, Joe Morton, and CCH Pounder.

Furthermore, the established lore is expanded upon to fascinating areas such as the titans' history with man and offers room for greater exploration.

In short, It's a boring film, no performances (as usual), no good storytelling, naive scenario and though there are 2 monsters fighting in a scene and a lot is happening but I feel very bored in the presence of Godzilla itself.


This movie was totaly boring and annoying!

I think the filmn is boring.

Not because it was funny, but I was genuinly laughing my ass of about how silly and predictable this movie is.

There's clearly merit in this idea, with Godzilla living a long and fruitful life as one of the world's most recognizable properties (particularly in its home country of Japan), even if so far the modern reimagining's haven' t exactly nailed the giant lizard down, with Roland Emmerich's late 90's outing ridiculed by many (even if it was good dumb fun) and 2014's Godzilla being accused of being far too boring for its own good.

But this movie isn't one of themMaybe with the below mediocre reviews and poor box office sales, perhaps Hollywood will actually spend time making a movie thats refreshing and entertaining even if it's a additional entry to a long running franchise

That's how breathtaking this movie actually is.

i have Walked out with a smile on my face after watching this movie then to 2014 Godzilla witch made say could of been better.

Dont waste a second of your life on this.

Visually it's stunning and the story is highly enjoyable.

It was one one of those movies when you can fall asleep for 20 minutes, and when the noise wakes you up you feel you haven't actually missed anything.

I say it one more time: realism is good, but when it renders a movie unwatchable, it defeats the purpose, especially in a popcorn movie such as this.

It just kinda bored me.

Don't waste your money or time.

Not to make fun OF the film, just to make fun with the film, because the movie kinda places the intention that it wants us to feel bored (the unnecessary human dialogue).

This one was by no means perfect, but it was dramatic and intense and had scenes that made me smile, frown, jump a little in my seat, and leave me begging to see more.

The extraordinary amount of care in this score is absolutely haunting, and by far the best part of the movieIt makes it all the more confusing that the film doesn't shut up.