Tohosaurus wrote:pacing issues, a plot that wasn't fully explored to the extent I feel some viewers wanted.
When you take a step back and look at the film, it was a comparatively weak kick off to a new series when you consider the original 1954 (even if it was not intended to pave the way to a franchise) or RoG/G85.
tymon wrote:Tohosaurus wrote:pacing issues, a plot that wasn't fully explored to the extent I feel some viewers wanted.
..And how is that different than any other Millennium (or Heisei for that matter) Godzilla film?
Yeah, that's probably true. I haven't seen Godzilla (1984) in its entirety yet, and haven't seen the US version in nearly a decade, so I can't judge that one from a critical standpoint in comparison to Godzilla (54) and Godzilla 2000 quite yet. I can haz bootleg?
Legion1979 wrote:I know a lot of people love it, but I've never before heard anyone call it a masterpiece.
XxComablack1937xX wrote:It was rushed an it showed, that's why i don't consider it a ''Masterpiece''
It was out what a year after the American Godzilla in Japan?
- The plot was Unoriginal
- Didn't really care for the Godzilla suit this time around
- The City minatures didn't look as good as it did during the Heisei series
- The CGI shot of Godzilla under-water was terrible
- Regenerator G or whatever was an interesting addition to the story, but was executed poorly
- Serious pacing issues, comes with most Godzilla films except a minor few though
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