Finally a large production film to hit our screens since COVID shut everything down, this next film in the new Godzilla franchise just hits the mark perfectly.

    A Kong movie was released a few years ago, so now is the time for them to do battle! You may think “what do these two gigantic monsters have in common?” I would say; rather quite a lot. Their rivalry dates all the way back to 1962 when they first “fought”; their feud is tattooed into pop-culture. But now it’s 2021, and a long time since they had the chance to battle it out once more. The whole film looks amazing, as proven in the previous films. Altogether I’d say it isn’t better than the 2014 Godzilla; I may be biased because I believe it is one of the best films of all time. The feel of it is completely different but that isn’t a negative at all, it just has a lot more action. The story in my opinion is a whole level better than Godzilla the King of Monsters. The best way to describe this movie is in a single word, ‘spectacular’. The scale of the fights are simply enormous and just baffles the mind. One thing I do ask is to avoid watching the trailer, it will spoil any surprise the movie may have, especially if you are a fan of the Godzilla movies. Absolutely this movie holds up to the wait that we had to endure, in fact I love it. The scale and enormity of everything about it give it a unique viewing experience that can only be watched on the big screen!

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