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Godzilla: King of the Monsters
6.2/10 by 1040 users
Original Title: Godzilla King of the Monsters
Release: 2019-05-29
Runtime: 132 min.
Genre: Science Fiction, Action
Country: China, Japan, United States of America
Subtitle: 普通话, English, 日本語
Plot: Follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species - thought to be mere myths - rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity's very existence hanging in the balance.
Mark Russell

Characters : Mark Russell

Actor : Kyle Chandler

Emma Russell

Characters : Emma Russell

Actor : Vera Farmiga

Madison Russell

Characters : Madison Russell

Actor : Millie Bobby Brown

Dr. Ishiro Serizawa

Characters : Dr. Ishiro Serizawa

Actor : Ken Watanabe

Dr. Ilene Chen / Dr. Ling

Characters : Dr. Ilene Chen / Dr. Ling

Actor : Zhang Ziyi

Dr. Rick Stanton

Characters : Dr. Rick Stanton

Actor : Bradley Whitford

Dr. Vivienne Graham

Characters : Dr. Vivienne Graham

Actor : Sally Hawkins

Alan Jonah

Characters : Alan Jonah

Actor : Charles Dance

Sam Coleman

Characters : Sam Coleman

Actor : Thomas Middleditch

Colonel Diane Foster

Characters : Colonel Diane Foster

Actor : Aisha Hinds

Chief Warrant Officer Barnes

Characters : Chief Warrant Officer Barnes

Actor : O'Shea Jackson Jr.

Admiral William Stenz

Characters : Admiral William Stenz

Actor : David Strathairn

Staff Sergeant Martinez

Characters : Staff Sergeant Martinez

Actor : Anthony Ramos

First Lieutenant Griffin

Characters : First Lieutenant Griffin

Actor : Elizabeth Ludlow

Asher Jonah

Characters : Asher Jonah

Actor : Jonathan Howard

Senator Williams

Characters : Senator Williams

Actor : CCH Pounder

Dr. Houston Brooks

Characters : Dr. Houston Brooks

Actor : Joe Morton

Dr. Tim Mancini

Characters : Dr. Tim Mancini

Actor : Randy Havens

Executive Officer Bowman

Characters : Executive Officer Bowman

Actor : Lyle Brocato

Commander Crane

Characters : Commander Crane

Actor : Jimmy Gonzales

Master Sergeant Hendricks

Characters : Master Sergeant Hendricks

Actor : T. C. Matherne

Argo Deck Officer Zellner

Characters : Argo Deck Officer Zellner

Actor : Kenneth Israel

Monarch Officer Martin

Characters : Monarch Officer Martin

Actor : Justice Leak

Isla de Mara Fisherman

Characters : Isla de Mara Fisherman

Actor : Al Vicente

Isla de Mara Grandmother

Characters : Isla de Mara Grandmother

Actor : Rose Bianco

Isla de Mara Grandson

Characters : Isla de Mara Grandson

Actor : Gabriel L. Silva

Argo Officer Arvin

Characters : Argo Officer Arvin

Actor : Skylar Denney

Argo Officer Cross

Characters : Argo Officer Cross

Actor : Kelli Garner

Young Andrew

Characters : Young Andrew

Actor : Tyler Crumley

Young Madison

Characters : Young Madison

Actor : Lexi Rabe

Sergeant Travis

Characters : Sergeant Travis

Actor : Zac Zedalis

Asaj

Characters : Asaj

Actor : Tracie Garrison

Lieutenant Bottin

Characters : Lieutenant Bottin

Actor : Natalie Shaheen

Corporal Winston

Characters : Corporal Winston

Actor : Jesse O'Neill

Sergeant Baker

Characters : Sergeant Baker

Actor : Joshua Leary

G-Team Officer Tippett

Characters : G-Team Officer Tippett

Actor : Vince Foster

G-Team Officer Harryhausen

Characters : G-Team Officer Harryhausen

Actor : Shauna Rappold

News Anchor #1

Characters : News Anchor #1

Actor : Fiona Hardingham

News Anchor #2

Characters : News Anchor #2

Actor : Orelon Sidney

News Anchor #3

Characters : News Anchor #3

Actor : Paul Ryden

News Anchor #4

Characters : News Anchor #4

Actor : Laurie Dhue

Weather Man

Characters : Weather Man

Actor : Kevin Shinick

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SWITCH.

A Review by SWITCH.

by SWITCH.

"‘Godzilla II: King of the Monsters’ promises to build on the great work already laid out for this franchise, mixing popcorn fun and thrilling craft, but instead it relinquishes all of that to be a predictably dull and plodding bore. It doesn’t even manage to be a fun, brainless monster movie, assuming that a satisfying monster battle is all about being big and loud and doing nothing else. We waited five years for the follow-up to ‘Godzilla’, which only makes this new film even more of a disappointment, and doesn't excuse the badly-written screenplay or the poorly-executed visual effects. With Dougherty handing the reigns over to horror director Adam Wingard for 2020’s ‘Godzilla vs Kong’, here’s hoping the Monsterverse finds its feet again. - Daniel Lammin Read Daniel's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-godzilla-2-king-of-the-monsters-the-king-stumbles-in-this-loud-and-blundering-mess"

garethmb

A Review by garethmb

by garethmb

"Picking up after the events of the previous film; “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” deals with a world trying to assess what to do with the presence of the giant Titans. The Monarch Corporation wants the creatures studied and has established locales to study the ones they have found currently hibernating. The U.S. Government wants them destroyed as they do not want repeats of the destruction that was previously caused by Godzilla. Dr. Emma Russell (Vera Farmiga) and her daughter Madison (Millie Bobbie Brown) have developed a device known as Orca that will allow them to communicate with the creatures using specific sonic frequencies. After a successful test under duress; the duo are captured by a ruthless Eco Terrorist group who want to use the giant creatures for their own objectives. This leads to a chase around the world with Monarch attempting to stop them and with Emma’s ex-husband Mark (Kyle Chandler) deeply involved though he is deeply divided as he blames Godzilla for the loss of their son. When a gigantic creature is freed; Godzilla faces his greatest challenge as there is a race against time to save the world. While the film has some very impressive visual effects, the film drags as aside from a couple of brief encounters; the audience is required to sit through roughly 90 minutes of plodding story to get to the action which is roughly only the last 15-20 minutes of the film. The human characters were very disinteresting and many of the international cast looked at times like they were sleepwalking though their lines as they seemed to have a real lack of passion for what they were given to work with. The human characters were also very annoying and I found myself hoping that they would be taken out by the creatures as I had no connection to them and they did not inspire any sympathy. While it may possibly appeal to hardcore fans, this was a miss for me as there simply was not enough creature action to counter-balance having to sit through the human characters and plodding plot to get to the good stuff. 2.5 stars out of 5"

msbreviews

A Review by msbreviews

by msbreviews

"If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) As some of you might know, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is one of my Most Anticipated Movies of 2019. Not because I expected it to be a beautifully written, heartfelt story with fully-developed characters who I would immensely care about. I was incredibly excited because it’s freaking Godzilla and from the few images that I had seen, it looked absolutely stunning. I didn’t need an Oscar-worthy screenplay or amazing performances. I just wanted a decent and logical (this last word is important) narrative with reasonable characters, and tons of monsters fighting to the death against each other. So, my expectations were neither complex or as high as some other people might have. Unfortunately, I left the theater extremely disappointed. I can’t deny the impeccable VFX and the infinite amount of wallpaper-worthy images spread across the entire film. Some scenes are filled with jaw-dropping cinematography, astonishingly gorgeous monsters, and the fights feel so real that the sound design alone takes you to the edge of your seat. However, when the two pillars of any movie (story and characters) are so far away from even remotely working, there are no technically perfect aspects that can save the film from a disaster. I wrote this exact last sentence a few weeks ago regarding Game Of Thrones, and I will stand by it. I’m always the first guy to praise exceptional filmmaking skills, but if I have to choose between a technically seamless movie, and a film with a fantastic story and fully-developed characters, I have no doubts that the latter is the indisputably right choice. Ultimately, that’s the huge problem here. The screenplay is loaded with some of the laziest exposition scenes I’ve seen in the last few years. Characters continuously have some sort of presentation to explain something in a completely unpredictable conversation randomly. Generally, a movie like this always has some kind of cliche secondary characters who are either a nerdy scientist, a comic-relief guy, a duo of bantering personalities or a military general who always wants to attack something, even though everyone knows it’s not the most intelligent decision. King of the Monsters has all of these types and more! More?! Seriously, Michael Dougherty and Zach Shields overstuff the narrative with so many unnecessary, useless, stereotypical characters who stretch the overall runtime and extend the periods between the massive fights, turning them into minutes of complete boredom. I yawned during a Godzilla blockbuster. Yawned. How sad is that?! I really enjoyed Gareth Edwards’ 2014’s Godzilla. At the time, the most common complaint was that there wasn’t enough Godzilla in it. Most of the characters were well-written, despite that some could have been more fleshed out. King of the Monsters is (kind of) the other way around: there are dozens of monsters and bone-crushing, titanic fights, but they literally forgot to write a captivating story with compelling characters. In the first installment, even though I also wanted more Godzilla, when he actually shows up, I was so freaking excited! Since I had to wait for the third act to watch the Titans fight, the build-up that was generated and its payoff actually made the time spent with the human characters worthy. This sequel was doomed from the moment the characters were written. There are a lot of fight sequences, and I wrote above that unnecessary characters extend the periods between these scenes. The dilemma is that those periods need to exist, making the whole thing look like a double-edged sword that the director is trying to avoid. On one hand, you can’t have an action set piece after another action set piece consecutively, otherwise, these will lose impact over time and become monotonous, so you need to spend time with the horribly-written human characters. On the other hand, you can’t have dumb characters with unclear motivations on-screen for long periods, otherwise, the audience will fall asleep of tediousness or get annoyed, so you have to insert a massive fight sequence again, hence making the audience gradually lose interest in those scenes. King of the Monsters continuously repeats this cycle of going from one situation to the other. No one wants to have back-to-back fights because they’ll lose the impactful energy, but no one wants to waste their precious time listening to exposition-heavy PowerPoint presentations from characters no one is going to remember their name. I can’t even remember the main characters’ names, and I watched the movie yesterday! I can’t blame the cast, everyone gives good performances. Millie Bobby Brown (Madison Russell) continues her path to become one of Hollywood’s biggest stars (in less than 10 years, she’ll have an Oscar in her hands, I guarantee you that). Kyle Chandler (Mark Russell) does more than what was expected of him with such a lousy script, and Ken Watanabe (Dr. Ishiro Serizawa) is the only one who delivered a solid performance AND had a suitable character (fruit of the previous film). Vera Farmiga (Dr. Emma Russell) is connected to the worst character of the movie (atrociously irrational decisions made by Emma), and everyone else is pretty much one of the vast cliche secondary characters. They had five years to write a straightforward narrative with simple characters. No fan neither wanted or needed a brilliant, groundbreaking screenplay. Dougherty and Shields delivered one of the worst scripts of the year, one filled with exposition, cliche characters, and a runtime that turned out to be way too long for someone to tolerate all of the dreadful dialogue. I don’t know if it will clearly end up as one of the worst films of 2019, but it’s definitely one of the biggest letdowns. All in all, Godzilla: King of the Monsters didn’t meet my expectations (and mine were pretty fair), not even close. Visually, it’s one of the most striking movies I’ve seen this year, and that can’t be dismissed. From the massive fights with the Titans to the impressive wide shots, Dougherty had a gorgeous diamond that he just needed to polish with a rational and simplistic story, like it was a soft, clean cloth. Instead, he used a hammer… Rating: C-"

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"It's dumb. Really dumb. And I don't mean "Oh it's a big, noisy action movie and it doesn't engage you very much mentally so that means it's stupid", I'm talking like, the rules contained within just this movie are frequently broken, and a big chunk of the ideas make no sense by the end. Dumb. But I still had a pretty good time with _King of the Monsters_ (kind of a weird title to give Godzilla when the tagline for the sequel is "God VS King", and Godzilla is not the king in that matchup, but I digress). The quality of the CGI varies _drastically_, but when it's good, it's **just** enough to get me over the line to enjoying it to the point I can give the movie a positive review. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._"