Following Gojira #Godzilla #popcornx ... Appreciating the rebooting and re looking at the origins of this classic character, and for providing a sense of 'scale', more so than just being taller than skyscrapers ... And don't matter to me if he's "too chubby" or not - better than being a man-lizard, innit? HAH
Kaiju-chubby but still deadly be #Godzilla #popcornx ... 3rd or 4th time watching this film now (1st time on the TV set tho), and I am amazed how this was pulled off with extremely little screen time featuring #Godzilla, and so much night scenes with most everything lost in the shadows - which I can understand in the POV of reducing CG needed, but ... Or in another POV, this movie turned out to be a giant show/test reel for director Garth Edwards to showcase his skills lol
PLOT: "The world is beset by the appearance of monstrous creatures, but one of them may be the only one who can save humanity." (IMDb)
Writers: Max Borenstein (screenplay), Dave Callaham (story) (as David Callaham)
Aaron Taylor-Johnson as "Ford Brody"
Ken Watanabe as "Dr. Ishiro Serizawa"
Bryan Cranston as "Joe Brody"
Elizabeth Olsen as "Elle Brody"
Juliette Binoche as "Sandra Brody"