It will just end up with some scientist saying; "Perhaps...we are the real monsters."As if anybody cares about the human sub plots in this. Godzilla is fighting King Kong, what more do you need.
Isnt Godzilla, in this series, one that is depicted as restoring order to the world. Your typical Anti-Hero to a degree.From what I understand Godzilla for some reason is the bad guy in this one. And the events of the second Godzilla film are what brought Kong off his island.
Yeah I agree in the last one he came across as a decent bloke if I remember rightly. So maybe somethings made him change? I dunno.Isnt Godzilla, in this series, one that is depicted as restoring order to the world. Your typical Anti-Hero to a degree.
I know he is depicted as a villain and a hero over history. Just would find it weird, or too much of a flip, for him to be a villain all of a sudden.
prob pesky humans done something to make him flip or something - but that is weak enough. Be interesting how they play this out.
I have respect for Garth Edwards first Godzilla film. I think his execution for the most part was effective in building up tension , while giving the monsters a great sense of grandness and prestige. Garth clearly had alot of admiration for the kaiju world and it's history within popular culture. Sure the human characters were bland for the most part but I think the direction was successful in seeing these other-worldly creatures go at it from their perspective was well-done.Looks like absolute toss.