MorgolKing wrote:So does the fighting cut away to the human characters in the middle of the fight, or is the camera angle and cinematography just simply from a ground level perspective?
Like I said, the intercutting between the human action and the monsters is more like what we're used to from the Japanese films. If what you're asking is "Is there another Godzilla vs. Muto in Hawaii again?", then no there isn't that.
The first fight between Godzilla and Ghidorah is VERY reminiscent of the first fight between Gamera and Legion in Gamera 2, if that helps clarify. There's a lot of monster action here, some of it is seen from the human perspective (comparable to Gamera vs. Legion in G2 or Gamera vs. Gyaos in G3, IMO) and some of it is from the monsters' perspective.
Hokmuto wrote:How was the cinematography of this movie and how is it compared to G14?
There's some similarities to G'14 and K:SI, in how when you see the monsters you SEE them and when we're focusing on the monsters you get good solid shots with clear action. No shaky cam or blurry messes with the action, the only time you see anything like that is a couple of points when following the humans when they're trapped in the middle of the fight.