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Godzilla vs. Kong
(2021)
3.38
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Plot/Story

2.00

Characters

4.00

Acting

5.00

Cinematography

5.00

Production Design

3.00

Sound

5.00

Execution

2.00

Emotional Impact

1.00

Overview: In a time when monsters walk the Earth, humanity’s fight for its future sets Godzilla and Kong on a collision course that will see the two most powerful forces of nature on the planet collide in a spectacular battle for the ages.

Release Date: 2021-03-24

Genres: Fantasy Adventure Action


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eerily reminiscent of Batman V Superman. The acting is passable but the effects are not. For a $200 Million movie, this looks pretty bad; Kong looked way better in Skull Island and Godzilla looked better seven years ago. Kong is played way too campy and goofy. I appreciate that they don't spend too much time on the humans, but I wish we got more connection to the previous movies; other than Millie and Kyle Chandler there isn't anything linking us to any of the other three movies. This could easily be a stand alone movie because even Monarch isn't important. I can tell they accepted that this was going to be a big, dumb movie but I feel they under-delivered on the fun. Our big climactic battles the movie is named after were anticlimactic. A bigger issue is this movie's sense of humor, which we get a solid idea of with the first ten minutes of Kong waking up, stretching, taking a shower, etc. Brian Tyree Henry's character is a humor vacuum. For a movie that plays it's ridiculous plot so serious, it keeps pushing incredibly childish humor. I'd rather just watch Skull Island again.

By : Greg Mueller | Date : 2 months ago