I don't think the Matthew Broderick film is a bad film. Broderick is totally miscast, but aside from that, solid stuff.
but pretty sure we had it on VHS and used to rewatch it quite a lot. Teenaged me can't have been wrong. Can't have been.
Jean Reno is the only decent thing about it
I call this America!
lay into, but can't remember anything about it. It's really light, but it's about a fucking lizard smashing up America, it shouldn't be dark should it? I remember my brother saying at the time 'Sim City did a better Godzilla.'
no it's really bad
that's the point.
a performance for megabucks type affair, rather than a cool monster movie.
he's been in some complete shlock recently
with Marlon Brando.
it's not godzilla is it?
(probably - not seen the trailer)
G-train needs a big monster to fight.
but I'll be watching, xylopwn, I'll be watching
can't they just be friends?
Looks fucking ridiculous.
Yeah, I'm excited.
and then they do the fights
Smee is driving the van, imagining his wife isn't on holiday.
I hear the scenes where Godzilla tells it's family it has lung cancer are pretty tough going.
Bobbygeorge's penis is involved, somehow. I don't want to know the details.
Don't bring that argument over here, we DON'T. DO. CROSSOVERS.
and complaining that there's no Scrappy Doo in it.
Now I don’t know anything about zoology, biology, geology, geography, marine-biology, crypto-zoology, evolutionary theory, evolutionary biology, meteorology, limnology, history, herpetology, palaeontology or archaeology, but I think…
An interesting concept, a sort of Rosencrantz... of the monster world, but if you're going to do that you should try having actors/characters who don't bore you to death their tedium.
Godzilla has always been a shit version of Godzilla.
Godzilla (1954) is like a great version of Godzilla
Apart from that though.
Looking forward to a big, stupid IMAX experience though