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Godzilla ( 1998 )
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Stephen DeMay
2019-12-30 19:37:43 UTC
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The trailer for this showed cars on the streets on Manhattan bouncing up and down as this US version of big g stomped down the city streets. Only one or two other fun moments in a long movie that fans of the Godzilla series don't recognize as a real Godzilla film.
Title character resembles a lizard rather than the stand tall, heavy body, heavy legs standard look of the big guy.
Cast is headed by Matthew Broderick and Jean Reno in two terrible roles among a bunch of the dullest characters you're likely to see in any film. Dialogue sounds as if written by a grade schooler delivered by players whose lack of ability is just God awful.
The absence of imagination throughout just leaps off the screen. Can't be recommended on any basis . Godzilla's fate is the only strong dramatic moment. That raises the rating to 5/10 Godzilla Eggs
Steve L
2020-01-01 18:22:05 UTC
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On Mon, 30 Dec 2019 11:37:43 -0800 (PST), Stephen DeMay
Post by Stephen DeMay
The trailer for this showed cars on the streets on Manhattan bouncing up and down as this US version of big g stomped down the city streets. Only one or two other fun moments in a long movie that fans of the Godzilla series don't recognize as a real Godzilla film.
Title character resembles a lizard rather than the stand tall, heavy body, heavy legs standard look of the big guy.
Cast is headed by Matthew Broderick and Jean Reno in two terrible roles among a bunch of the dullest characters you're likely to see in any film. Dialogue sounds as if written by a grade schooler delivered by players whose lack of ability is just God awful.
The absence of imagination throughout just leaps off the screen. Can't be recommended on any basis . Godzilla's fate is the only strong dramatic moment. That raises the rating to 5/10 Godzilla Eggs
I liked the babyzillas, but yeah, not much of the rest.

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