Living Corpse wrote:Being underrated and underground is overrated.
Varan Bon Ziller wrote:The lack of Bay is always a plus...
SuperSaiyan4Godzilla wrote:And Godzilla isn't Pixar. The latter deals with children. The former deals with adults who behave like children.
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eabaker wrote:Jake Jaguar is asking too many questions about this whole Mulwraygalon affair...
Biollante wrote:GORIZARD2 wrote:Brian Rogers confirmed that Godzilla will fight several monsters.
Cimmerian Dragon wrote:1. I want Godzilla to be recognizable as the character we all know and love, both in behavior and appearance.
2. I want the movie to take this admittedly fantastic genre seriously. I am so damn sick of every summer blockbuster being packed with one-liners and winks at the camera. I feel like kissing the suits at 20th Century Fox for letting Rise of the Planet of the Apes come out as an honest-to-god, fully committed, serious, thoughtful sci-fi movie. I hope Godzilla can achieve a similar tone, without skimping on the action.
ZillaEra wrote:Biollante wrote:GORIZARD2 wrote:Brian Rogers confirmed that Godzilla will fight several monsters.
Google "Godzilla 2012 Brian Rogers", and a video interview where he confirmed this, should be the first thing to pop up. He says he will fight an "other monster, or monsters".
Biollante wrote:Crocodile wrote:I expect a movie with Godzilla in it!
Now there's no way this film can disappoint me
Did we not learn our lesson from last time?
tymon wrote:Living Corpse wrote:Can they still make a bad film? Yes but if they are taking the backlash from the last remake serious at all I think even if they screw it up it G 98 would still be the bigger skreeonk up.
Exactly. We'll get a Japanese-style Godzilla (who looks like him, has atomic breath and is immune to most weapondry) in full CGI facing off a monster...the story could be nothing but the characters farting, and it would still be a better movie than GINO.
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