The fourth film “Godzilla vs. Kong”, shows us the titans fighting for the ages. A few years after the events that we could see in “Godzilla”, “Kong: Skull Island” and “Godzilla: King of the Monsters”, Monarch leaves on a dangerous mission in a fantastic unknown area. He unearths clues to the very origins of the Titans, and conspiracy of humans frightens to clear the world off the face of Earth.
Although the film will not be available to watch in the US until March 31, some critics have already seen the movie and are now experiencing their opinions on the Internet.
Adam Holmes, for example, admits that the film could have spent more time studying the mythology of the Titans. But he believes that fans will not be disappointed with their epic battle.
Eric Eisenberg watched the film too, and while he doesn’t consider it too exciting but he still loved it! He appreciates the impressive battles and construction work.
Mike Reyes will even rewatch it again in the cinema. He admires the director for the epic style of this blockbuster.
Sean O’Connell says that he liked the weirdness of the film and claims that he deserves the largest screen audience. He also praised the digital effects but he wanted to see more Titan scenes and fewer people in the film.
Perry Nemiroff approved the epic fights between Godzilla and Kong and thanked the director for these impressive fights.
Mike Ryan even preferred “Godzilla vs. Kong” more than “Godzilla: King of the Monsters”. He says that the film is actually logical and that it’s much easier to understand what’s going on.
It seems that spectators will definitely not be disappointed by the fight between Godzilla and Kong. While there are some negative thoughts about the balance between the monsters and humans, according to reviews “Godzilla vs. Kong” has few significant fights.
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