Living Corpse wrote:
Yeah I know right, and let's not forget the Absolute Zero but that can be explained with the ocean spreading the effect and making it less concentrated.
There's still some confusion on that. I've heard theories that because it's a pseudo black hole and not a true one it doesn't act 100% like one. I've heard theories it pushed him in the ground (black holes have ungodly mass for their size) because it's gravity wasn't strong enough to actually suck him up and crush him and I've even heard one where it just sends him a short time in the future.
Truth be told I'm still confused as to what happened. It's not as bad as the sloppy explanation of the time travel in Godzilla vs King Ghidorah but still...
Lol! Sometimes.. man.. Godzilla just... sometimes man... lol, Just blows my mind.
I know the plots are highly ludicrous anyway (We're talking about a giant dinosaur who is impervious to weapons for the most part), and what with all you stated above, all the confusion, one probably couldn't have an explanation for everything in the movies anyway, but I cant help but wonder if Toho was an American/English speaking company would a lot of this be explained better? For starters, things wouldn't get lost in translation, and people could more readily ask questions. But then again plenty of American movies have gaping plot holes and misunderstandings that have never even been attempted to be explained by their makers, who speak the exact same language as us.
But I mean someone (at Toho, scriptwriters, directors, creative directors, etc.) has to have some kind of canonical explanation for how Godzilla survived the Black Hole (other than just to look cool), an exact timeline for Godzilla Vs. King Ghidorah, the Absolute Zero Cannon, etc., Right?