RedZillaKing wrote::? Why exactly do I need to "simmer down"?
You seemed to imply that I don't 'know' what I'm talking about, when all we're discussing is a bunch of theoretical stuff relating to fictional monsters. I "understand" just fine.
RedZillaKing wrote: In FW, Hedorah was destroyed by Goji's explosive beam. As were Ebirah, the small building and the large building. Being pushed had nothing to do with it.
The original Hedorah could have never been dispatched in such a way...unless (like in GFW), the script called for it.
I've watched FINAL WARS in it's entirely like, twice ever. I forgot that FinalGoji's beam is "explosive", so that's my bad. The way the scene plays out is still silly, and comedic to the point where it makes FINAL WARS seem like a parody of the genre, and that's lame.
RedZillaKing wrote:Of course, Hedorah's existence is due to him appearing in a film where Godzilla uses his beam as a form of jet propulsion so I'm not sure... Maybe we should disregard him as well? There are ridiculous things in most Godzilla movies.
Hedorah's "existence" has nothing to do with Godzilla flying. No correlation there. Awkwardly worded sentence is awkward.
Destroyer wrote:Final Wars should of course be counted, outrageous things or not.
Yeah. I mean, it's sort of like a 70's Godzilla film, albeit far less enjoyable, and overlong. The outlandish things that Godzilla is capable of in GFW is reminiscent of the stuff seen in the 70's, Zone Fighter included.