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2014-05-18 05:58:01 PM  
He learned well from watching Spielberg films as the monster was only talked about for the first part of this film

Godzilla isn't Jaws. You shouldn't try to make it like Jaws if you don't have the writing or directing chops for it.

/liked Godzilla okay but come on
 
2014-05-18 06:16:54 PM  
I liked the new Godzilla movie, especially how they used Ligeti's Requiem for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, during the High Altitude, Low Opening (HALO) jump sequence.

However, solely blaming Matthew Broderick for the previous Godzilla movie not living up to expectations. He could only do so much with the script and direction given.
 
2014-05-18 06:20:44 PM  

Mugato: He learned well from watching Spielberg films as the monster was only talked about for the first part of this film

Godzilla isn't Jaws. You shouldn't try to make it like Jaws if you don't have the writing or directing chops for it.

/liked Godzilla okay but come on


Actually, I thought it gave the monsters scale. You introduce people. You introduce their stories. Their involvement. Then you ramp it up a bit. Putting the people in there first, made the monsters even larger, because you had that scale. Soldier coming home, family, and exactly how long things had been brewing. It made the monsters even bigger, because you had that scale. Not just a critter scaring the pants of Hank Azaria. Not just a footprint that you pulled back to see. The devastation of the attacks, the scale of the critters, that impressed me. And it was nice to see Gojira finally kick some monster tail that wasn't Toho-esque.
 
2014-05-18 06:22:58 PM  

hubiestubert: Actually, I thought it gave the monsters scale. You introduce people. You introduce their stories. Their involvement. Then you ramp it up a bit.


Yeah that's sort of what I expected going in. Maybe if the character pieces were better. Of course it was Jaws compared to the character bits in Godzilla '98.
 
2014-05-18 06:27:12 PM  
The only reason the shark didn't show up was because the mechanical shark kept breaking down. -and it looked really bad. So Spielberg cut down on the shark time for technical, not artistic, reasons.

Godzilla sucked because Godzilla wasn't in the damn movie until the end. What he was in was great. - but the movie was damn boring. Bad acting with the exception of Bryan Cranston and Ken Watanabe and they weren't given much.

The hero had two expressions: speaking and not speaking.
 
2014-05-18 06:32:54 PM  

hubiestubert: Mugato: He learned well from watching Spielberg films as the monster was only talked about for the first part of this film

Godzilla isn't Jaws. You shouldn't try to make it like Jaws if you don't have the writing or directing chops for it.

/liked Godzilla okay but come on

Actually, I thought it gave the monsters scale. You introduce people. You introduce their stories. Their involvement. Then you ramp it up a bit. Putting the people in there first, made the monsters even larger, because you had that scale. Soldier coming home, family, and exactly how long things had been brewing. It made the monsters even bigger, because you had that scale. Not just a critter scaring the pants of Hank Azaria. Not just a footprint that you pulled back to see. The devastation of the attacks, the scale of the critters, that impressed me. And it was nice to see Gojira finally kick some monster tail that wasn't Toho-esque.




If you want to show scale, show a guy right before Godzilla steps on him..


I was fine with slow build, but we should have seen the fight in Honolulu and more destruction of Vegas.
 
2014-05-18 06:50:02 PM  
Matthew Broderick is a saint, subby! Matthew Broderick. Is a SAINT!

/save Ferris
 
2014-05-18 07:08:47 PM  

HawgWild: Matthew Broderick is a saint, subby! Matthew Broderick. Is a SAINT!

/save Ferris




He sure did, he sent two people to heaven, personally

/paid only $175 fine.
//it was an accident, he was in the hospital for four weeks
///family forgave him
 
2014-05-18 07:20:12 PM  
Just saw it. It was just ok. I'm just getting really, really, really sick of seeing cities destroyed. How many times do we need to see this? Just in the last 12 months or so - Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Now this. It's enough, jesus.
 
2014-05-18 07:22:26 PM  

DamnYankees: Just saw it. It was just ok. I'm just getting really, really, really sick of seeing cities destroyed. How many times do we need to see this? Just in the last 12 months or so - Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Now this. It's enough, jesus.




Are you a city? Are some of your friends cities?

Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?
 
2014-05-18 07:23:26 PM  
And when I say mondo steer I mean monster....
 
2014-05-18 07:34:23 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: And when I say mondo steer I mean monster....


Well, when I say mondo steer, I mean it!
 
2014-05-18 07:34:47 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?


Expect? No. But just because something is expected, that doesn't make it automatically good. There wasn't really anything inventive about how Godzilla shows SF being destroyed, IMO. It was just...there.
 
2014-05-18 07:37:52 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: DamnYankees: Just saw it. It was just ok. I'm just getting really, really, really sick of seeing cities destroyed. How many times do we need to see this? Just in the last 12 months or so - Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Now this. It's enough, jesus.

Are you a city? Are some of your friends cities?

Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?


jesus is a monster?  damn, that's harsh, even for fark.
 
2014-05-18 07:40:45 PM  
That's a lot of fish.
 
2014-05-18 07:43:58 PM  
mondo steer movies have cities being destroyed the way cop movies have people being shot.
it's part of the genre.
 
2014-05-18 07:45:23 PM  
(SPOILER) So, Lil' Ford's terrarium with the "Mothra" label should have said "Coming 2017?"
 
2014-05-18 07:51:39 PM  

DamnYankees: Darth_Lukecash: Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?

Expect? No. But just because something is expected, that doesn't make it automatically good. There wasn't really anything inventive about how Godzilla shows SF being destroyed, IMO. It was just...there.


Were you hoping that it turned into a rom com as well?

I sure was.
 
2014-05-18 07:57:25 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: hubiestubert: Mugato: He learned well from watching Spielberg films as the monster was only talked about for the first part of this film

Godzilla isn't Jaws. You shouldn't try to make it like Jaws if you don't have the writing or directing chops for it.

/liked Godzilla okay but come on

Actually, I thought it gave the monsters scale. You introduce people. You introduce their stories. Their involvement. Then you ramp it up a bit. Putting the people in there first, made the monsters even larger, because you had that scale. Soldier coming home, family, and exactly how long things had been brewing. It made the monsters even bigger, because you had that scale. Not just a critter scaring the pants of Hank Azaria. Not just a footprint that you pulled back to see. The devastation of the attacks, the scale of the critters, that impressed me. And it was nice to see Gojira finally kick some monster tail that wasn't Toho-esque.

If you want to show scale, show a guy right before Godzilla steps on him..


I was fine with slow build, but we should have seen the fight in Honolulu and more destruction of Vegas.


I think that they were trying to portray the mondo steers more like forces of nature, and give them the sort of screen time a hurricane or tornado would get, but not go overboard on it.

DamnYankees: Just saw it. It was just ok. I'm just getting really, really, really sick of seeing cities destroyed. How many times do we need to see this? Just in the last 12 months or so - Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Now this. It's enough, jesus.


You would prefer the destruction of empty fields, maybe?
 
2014-05-18 08:00:56 PM  
To be fair, I don't think Broderick ruined the last Godzilla.  He didn't improve it either, he was just a piece in a very bad game.
 
2014-05-18 08:02:06 PM  
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2014-05-18 08:08:18 PM  

elvisaintdead: Darth_Lukecash: DamnYankees: Just saw it. It was just ok. I'm just getting really, really, really sick of seeing cities destroyed. How many times do we need to see this? Just in the last 12 months or so - Pacific Rim, Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness. Now this. It's enough, jesus.

Are you a city? Are some of your friends cities?

Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?

jesus is a monster?  damn, that's harsh, even for fark.


Well, come on man... zombies ARE a kind of monster, right?
 
2014-05-18 08:08:58 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: (SPOILER) So, Lil' Ford's terrarium with the "Mothra" label should have said "Coming 2017?"


Gods Above and Below, I hope not. Mothra was perhaps the dumbest f*cking Toho monster. It's a moth that billows wind and wing scales, and its young can spit silk, but damnation, it was a dumb monster. The only critter dumber than Mothra in the Tohoverse, is Minilla, and his radioactive smoke rings...
 
2014-05-18 08:10:52 PM  

Ambivalence: To be fair, I don't think Broderick ruined the last Godzilla.  He didn't improve it either, he was just a piece in a very bad game.


Yeah. The actors in that were fine. Not great, not bad either though. The script, the plot, the monster and the other effects were horrible.
 
2014-05-18 08:12:19 PM  

DamnYankees: Darth_Lukecash: Did you go to a mondo steer movie expecting a city to remain intact?

Expect? No. But just because something is expected, that doesn't make it automatically good. There wasn't really anything inventive about how Godzilla shows SF being destroyed, IMO. It was just...there.


I didn't want to watch another monster destroying the city movie either.

You will never guess how I avoided doing so.


You can easily vote with your money on this issue.
 
2014-05-18 08:12:37 PM  
Watching Godzilla teaser trailer: "Oh man, this looks so intense! They're really hyping Godzilla... I can't wait!"

Watching Godzilla official trailer: "Oh man, Godzilla looks so awesome! I'm buying my ticket right now!"

Watching Godzilla the movie: "Finally, Godzilla's about to kick some... they cutaway again?! GODDAMIT, STOP TEASING THE ACTION AND SHOW US WHAT THE TRAILERS PROMISED!!!"

There comes a point where a studio has to stop marketing a product and actually deliver a product. I'm not paying twice to watch two hours of Godzilla's ring entrance and posedown. Pass.
 
2014-05-18 08:17:03 PM  
Not trying to be the "stop liking things I don't like" guy, and not being the nerd who tries to be cool by not liking remakes of old movies. But I really really didn't like this movie. Was a huge Godzilla fan as a kid and practically wore out my VCR watching them so much.

Godzilla movies aren't Jaws, its not about building suspense to the big payoff at the end. I go to a Godzilla movie to see big monsters bash each other senseless and destroy cities. Its not a complicated formula. And it felt like I got five minutes of that, every time it looked like it was going to finally happen they would cut away. I wasn't the only one in the theater losing their shiat about it. The five minutes we got was really cool but you had to sit through 1.5 hours of insanely boring bullshiat to get through it.

Not quite Phantom Menace level of let down, but I left feeling pretty bummed out. I really did want to like it.
 
2014-05-18 08:24:52 PM  

Mugato: He learned well from watching Spielberg films as the monster was only talked about for the first part of this film

Godzilla isn't Jaws. You shouldn't try to make it like Jaws if you don't have the writing or directing chops for it.

/liked Godzilla okay but come on


Jaws wasn't even supposed to be Jaws...that is, Spielberg wanted to show the shark a lot more and much sooner in the movie, but he couldn't get the effects to work correctly, and the whole production was a nightmare.   Jaws is the tense thriller we know it to be because Spielberg had technical difficulties, not because that was the plan.
 
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2014-05-18 08:24:52 PM  

AirForceVet: I liked the new Godzilla movie, especially how they used Ligeti's Requiem for Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, during the High Altitude, Low Opening (HALO) jump sequence.


This ^

That was a spectacular scene.
 
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2014-05-18 08:27:19 PM  

hubiestubert: The only critter dumber than Mothra in the Tohoverse, is Minilla, and his radioactive smoke rings...


Hey, I liked babyzilla.  It added a quality of humor to story.
 
2014-05-18 08:27:51 PM  

Shelbyville: Not trying to be the "stop liking things I don't like" guy, and not being the nerd who tries to be cool by not liking remakes of old movies. But I really really didn't like this movie. Was a huge Godzilla fan as a kid and practically wore out my VCR watching them so much.


Too late

 Shelbyville:Godzilla was god farking awful. Just awful. Like 1998 Godzilla with Ferris Bueller was more watchable. At least that movie had a Godzilla monster in it. You get a grand total of like 10 minutes of Godzilla screen time. And don't give me that crap that the director was building tension before the big reveal, like Jaws. Jaws was a work of art, this was a pile of shiat. We came to a Godzilla movie to see Godzilla duke it out with another giant monster. The first time the monsters both get to the same island, the only footage we see of them duking it out was in the background on the goddamn tv a kid was watching. WTF? Thats the main thing I want to see, not worried about whether soldier boy Ford's feelings were hurt. Or its in the background over a characters shoulder out of focus. We came to see a Godzilla movie, you know what that's supposed to be. And in the final 20 minutes when they finally do fight it was over way way too fast. How the fark did this pile of shiat cost $160 million?

And the plot. King Kong vs Godzilla had a more coherent plot. That one where the Japanese trade Godzilla and Rodan to aliens for the cure for all diseases so he can fight King Ghidora on Planet X had a more coherent plot. Good lord was their plot holes galore. Lpng, boring, tedious, and a waste of your best acting talent. Bryan Cranston is done after 20 minutes then is completely forgotten. Walter White WTF?

Toho needs to ban America from ever releasing another Godzilla movie ever again. Stop letting us gaijin ruin Godzilla.
 .
 
2014-05-18 08:30:16 PM  
Yeah. I stand by that original comment. Wasn't trying to be that guy in that thread or this one. Just seriously hated this movie and kind of baffled why others liked it so much.
 
2014-05-18 08:34:44 PM  

Dr. Whoof: Jaws wasn't even supposed to be Jaws...that is, Spielberg wanted to show the shark a lot more and much sooner in the movie, but he couldn't get the effects to work correctly, and the whole production was a nightmare


Yeah I know all that. And it turned out to be  better movie than if the shark worked. But Jaws is a tense thriller with interesting characters. Godzilla is monsters stomping cities and goofy characters, not subtlety.
 
2014-05-18 08:43:03 PM  

Shelbyville: Yeah. I stand by that original comment. Wasn't trying to be that guy in that thread or this one. Just seriously hated this movie and kind of baffled why others liked it so much.


You could try reading why they said they like it and then attempting to communicate with them.The problem is when you write a screed like that people think you are some spastic nerd or mentally ill.

Even now by saying something along the lines of "i'm baffled why others liked it"  you are shooting yourself in the foot.
 
2014-05-18 09:01:32 PM  
Matt Broderick is really just awful. Even Ferris Bueller would have been better with John Cusack.
 
2014-05-18 09:02:48 PM  
Is Godzilla going to become a Weight Watchers spokesmonster before the next film?
 
2014-05-18 09:05:31 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Matt Broderick is really just awful. Even Ferris Bueller would have been better with John Cusack.


I wanted to smack the shiat out of him in Bueller.
 
2014-05-18 09:14:27 PM  
Saw it today and liked it.  As to the comments that the film waited too long to get to the kaiju's beating the crap out of each other I think it worked because it made the climax the best part as opposed to just more of what we had already seen.
 
2014-05-18 09:25:04 PM  

FreetardoRivera: ...you are some spastic nerd or mentally ill.


The two are not exclusive of one another.

I went and saw Godzilla last night and I loved it because it wasn't yet another 1.5+ hour long movie with a guy in a rubber suit pretending to hit another guy dressed up as a radioactive furry through badly constructed cardboard cities.

It showed Godzilla as a force of nature; a thing so alien, ancient and powerful that we, as humans, could barely begin to wrap our brains around it in the context of the movie's universe.It showcased nature as a force we can't possibly begin to understand, let alone control, as demonstrated by Ken Watanabe's short monologue about nature. Humans weren't the saviors, they were powerless bystanders. All they, and we as the audience, could do was sit and watch Godzilla do his best to kick the Stilt Walkers' ass. We cheered when Godzilla won because he was on "our" side but there was no "our" side any more than ants have a side when we walk through a field and crush thousands to death unwittingly beneath our footfalls.

I really like the direction it took and hope to see more of it in the sequel.
 
2014-05-18 09:26:37 PM  
Thanks to Crackle and Hulu and Netflix, I watched the old movies, and I gotta say, that the original series of Toho movies...well, they're kaiju, which is sort of like watching chambara films, or wuxia, and they are particular genres with their own internal tropes. That are fine within their own elements. In the same way that in the West, we have our Westerns, we have blaxploitation movies, we have rouge cop movies, and straight to video action and horror movies.

The difficulty is, this Godzilla movie isn't a Japanese kaiju movie. We tend to forgive genre movies their particular tropes--like wuxia movies with heavy wire work and explosions of Tsui Hark doves and petals, or rubber monster suits with crappy effects in the case of kaiju movies. This wasn't really a kaiju movie in the classic sense. It is an American film, that was inspired by the old, and let's face it, crappy effects of a goofy genre. Tarantino gave us Kill Bill, which was an interpretation of Japanese and Chinese gangster movies. There was Omar Epps in Brother, which was essentially an Americanized version of Sonatine, and a reinterpretation of the classic Yakuza movie. Tarantino has given us a lot of reinterpretations of classic genre films--pretty much his entire career--and others have done similar work like Raimi and even Joss Whedon, who have kept tongue firmly in cheek, while Tarantino tends to go more over the top and scatalogical in his references. Then you have send ups, like Black Dynamite who just really go for the jugular as satire, or Pootie Tang.

This movie wasn't goofy. It wasn't silly, with guys in bad suits and planes on wires throwing off fireworks at painted pieces of plastic. That's the stuff that we remember as kids. We loved them, because we were kids. This isn't that style of film though. It's a modern interpretation, and it's not looking to recreate that silliness. You want that? Watch a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie--goofy monsters and all. I know that folks WANT the thrill and the wonder of being 10 and seeing monster ass kicked, pretty much sans story, and bare effects, but that magic isn't going to happen. Because you're not 10. You see crappy effects today, as an adult, you're going to blame the studio for cheaping out. You're going to get riled, because it doesn't pack the wonder that you had when you were a kid, and that isn't entirely fair.

I loved Clash of the Titans. Beyond just seeing buns on the big screen for the first time as a kid, and realizing that girl bits were REALLY fantastic. Those effects were pioneering for the day, but let's face it, you look at them today, and you sort of have to cast aside the modern sensibilities you have now for effects, because things have come a ways since then. I wish that John Carter had come out when I was a kid, because that movie had all the wonder from tharks, to Woola, to airships, Red Martians, the River Ix, and more. That was a movie that got a bad rap, because it was marketed badly, and with odd expectations on it. As a 12 year old, I would have easily traded all my Junior Mints for a year for THAT movie. But then again, I'm a HUGE Burroughs fan. It helped me recapture part of that love of the good, old stuff. And I think that some folks are going into this movie thinking that it will reconnect with the old kaiju movies of old.

They ain't coming back. Because audiences expect more. Goofy and hokey effects don't translate to big screen anymore unless it's satire. Cheese only works in comedy nowadays. And part of our love for the old kaiju movies IS that cheesy, goofy quality. They meant well. Sort of like how we accepted some of the cheesy effects from Full Moon videos in the 90s, not because they were great movies, but they were trying, really, really, really hard. Puppetmaster, Meridian, Trancers, Oblivion, Dollman, and all the rest, they were goofy, but we accepted the cheesy quality, because they were direct to video. But how many of us actually sat in the theater, and paid full price for any of those movies, beyond a film festival of bad cinema?

This wasn't one of the kaiju movies that we grew up on. It's a reinterpretation, and hoping for that thrill of being 10 again...it isn't really fair, because the source material, the goofy stuff, is actually pretty terrible fare. It tries hard. It means well, but the effects were bad, the dubbing was horrible, and we loved it because we were kids, and when we see these damn things today, it takes us right back to those days, yeah, but that's NOT what this movie was doing. It's the next generation. It's a more serious take. And comparing to the cheese factory movies, and expecting it to be the same, that's hardly fair. Movies that recapture those lost years, AND are done well, those are rare, and often not even appreciated.

You don't like these sorts of reboots to franchises? I can accept that. From an objective standpoint, it wasn't mind blowing, but I like the effort to more than just a blow off of a worn to nubb'ins franchise, and an attempt to reconnect it with modern sensibilities. And yeah, I liked Pacific Rim, so sue me.
 
2014-05-18 09:27:31 PM  

Darth Macho: Watching Godzilla teaser trailer: "Oh man, this looks so intense! They're really hyping Godzilla... I can't wait!"

Watching Godzilla official trailer: "Oh man, Godzilla looks so awesome! I'm buying my ticket right now!"

Watching Godzilla the movie: "Finally, Godzilla's about to kick some... they cutaway again?! GODDAMIT, STOP TEASING THE ACTION AND SHOW US WHAT THE TRAILERS PROMISED!!!"

There comes a point where a studio has to stop marketing a product and actually deliver a product. I'm not paying twice to watch two hours of Godzilla's ring entrance and posedown. Pass.


Were you not... umm... Entertain-Entertained?
 
2014-05-18 09:42:58 PM  
Just got back from it and I loved it. It's a proper Americanization of Godzilla, and it hits all the classic themes of the series. Looking forward to the sequel.

Also, I just realized. Godzilla was made by WB & Legendary Pictures.

Pacific Rim was made by WB & Legendary Pictures
 
2014-05-18 09:49:58 PM  
Doing 'human stories' in a Godzilla movie is a viable concept.  The problem is when you have no interesting human stories to tell.

I'm not going to post spoilers but I'll say that Jaws had a very watchable movie going on even without the shark.  The interplay between the Chief, the mayor, Hooper, Quint plus the wacky townspeople was interesting on its own.  This new Godzilla?  The human stories were so by the numbers it was painful to watch.  Juliette Binoche is in this movie and has absolutely nothing to work with in terms of story/character.  The woman who slapped Brody in Jaws has a better character to play in that ONE scene than Binoche has in this movie.
 
2014-05-18 09:52:28 PM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: Just got back from it and I loved it. It's a proper Americanization of Godzilla, and it hits all the classic themes of the series. Looking forward to the sequel.

Also, I just realized. Godzilla was made by WB & Legendary Pictures.

Pacific Rim was made by WB & Legendary Pictures


Del Toro has stated he would LOVE to do a Pacific Rim/Godzilla crossover. Gareth Edwards has stated Godzilla would most likely be equivalent to a category 6 kaiju. WHY ARE THEY NOT MAKING THIS ALREADY?!
 
2014-05-18 09:52:47 PM  

Shelbyville: Yeah. I stand by that original comment. Wasn't trying to be that guy in that thread or this one. Just seriously hated this movie and kind of baffled why others liked it so much.


Well Toho liked it. You might want to ask yourself why they liked it.

Quite frankly, you being baffled by others' enjoyment of the movie, myself included, says a lot more about you than it does about everyone else.
 
2014-05-18 09:55:34 PM  

soporific: Well Toho liked it. You might want to ask yourself why they liked it.


Are they getting a piece of the action?
 
2014-05-18 10:01:32 PM  

Mugato: soporific: Well Toho liked it. You might want to ask yourself why they liked it.

Are they getting a piece of the action?


Nope.
 
2014-05-18 10:01:40 PM  

ThatBillmanGuy: RoyFokker'sGhost: Just got back from it and I loved it. It's a proper Americanization of Godzilla, and it hits all the classic themes of the series. Looking forward to the sequel.

Also, I just realized. Godzilla was made by WB & Legendary Pictures.

Pacific Rim was made by WB & Legendary Pictures

Del Toro has stated he would LOVE to do a Pacific Rim/Godzilla crossover. Gareth Edwards has stated Godzilla would most likely be equivalent to a category 6 kaiju. WHY ARE THEY NOT MAKING THIS ALREADY?!


Because del Toro is gearing up for Hellboy 3?
 
2014-05-18 10:12:56 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: HawgWild: Matthew Broderick is a saint, subby! Matthew Broderick. Is a SAINT!

/save Ferris

He sure did, he sent two people to heaven, personally

/paid only $175 fine.
//it was an accident, he was in the hospital for four weeks
///family forgave him


You can't stay angry at Ferris. We all know that...
 
2014-05-18 10:13:02 PM  

Flappyhead: Mugato: soporific: Well Toho liked it. You might want to ask yourself why they liked it.

Are they getting a piece of the action?

Nope.


I was wrong, Legendary acquired the rights to make a Godzilla movie but Toho will distribute it in Japan.  If they liked it that's a good sign since it won't reflect well if the Japanese audience hates it.
 
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