If there is one thing that this filmed proved is that we all ready for movie theatres to return for these blockbuster movies!
"Godzilla: King of the Monsters" is a monster action/adventure film released on March 31, 2021. It is the sequel to the 2019 film "Godzilla: King of the Monster" and the fourth installment of the MonsterVerse. This film follows a rampaging Godzilla going about and terrorizing humankind, which leads a few humans to turn to Kong to save people from the wrath of Godzilla. However, not all are convinced Godzilla is responsible as some believe he is triggered to act in his current state. After almost sixty years these two goliaths finally have their anticipated rematch of the century.
After watching this film, I will award it a solid nine out of ten stars. Let me explain why it deserves this reward.
Beginning with the plot we get a clear understanding of what the film is leaning towards which is a great start to the entire liking of the film. It never felt complicated and that is what every film should strive for as no one wants to sit through an entire movie and not even know what is going on.
Bringing the plot more meaning we must now move to the characters where this time they were a little more developed than what we saw in King of the Monsters. All right, that is good, but they still were not as developed as one would expect to see in a film. However, as with any MonsterVerse film, the humans are not the true stars of the film. They are merely there to provide audiences with the answers to any questions and present them with lectures when needed. After all, audiences want to see the monsters, not the humans; this is a Godzilla and Kong film so give us monsters for crying out loud.
Speaking of monsters, they were fantastic. From their designs to how they were portrayed just left audiences in amazement from start to finish. They never once felt too washed up or weak in any way. With each monster presented you knew they were in the film for business and they each brought their all.
Then comes the special effects which were nailed in both the creation of the monsters and the fight scenes we witnessed. Since this film was going to have monsters the special effects had to be spot on or the film would indeed turn into an all-time flop. I have to say they were spot on for sure. The special effects are delivered in every way by making the monster appear more real and badass to audiences. Even their fight scenes we just can’t get enough of because they felt as if we were all a part of them even though we were watching from the comfort of our seats.
Now that this film is out, we audiences only hope that the MonsterVerse will continue after this though some believe it may be the end to it.
Even if it is the last, it was a great way to end it, but I highly doubt we have seen the last of Godzilla or Kong.
So Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures give us more MonsterVerse films now.