Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

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This movie features a dreadful dinosaur, which sets out to destroy Tokyo, after it is awakened by nuclear tests.

cast

... Dr. Mark Russell

... Dr. Emma Russell

... Dr. Ishiro Serizawa

... Dr. Ilene Chen / Dr. Ling

... Dr. Rick Stanton

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A review by vsacin

8 March, 2020 by vsacin

godzilla king of the monsters


A review by Ritick Singh

9 July, 2019 by Ritick Singh

This version of Godzilla is probably the best of the series and I love how they designed him like his previous incarnations. For MonsterVerse's incarnation of the character, his face is shaped very squarely, with a broad neck and possesses gills that enable him to stay underwater indefinitely. He has yellow eyes, and his teeth are small and not nearly as straightly lined up as many previous Godzilla incarnations. His nostrils are more separate than previous incarnations, with them being on opposite sides of the snout. Godzilla's head and neck seem to lean forward more so than any previous design. His dorsal plates are smaller than the previous designs, but they still retain the core maple-leaf shape, although straighter and very sharp, somewhat like the Godzilla from Godzilla 2000: Millennium, the Godzilla from Godzilla vs. Megaguirus and the Godzilla from the Kiryu saga. His claws are a black color, and his feet are wider and resemble an elephant's foot more than the other Godzillas' feet do. His skin is more reptile-like and crocodile-like as opposed to resembling keloid scars and rougher than the other incarnations and is a blackish color. His body and tail are very wide as well, making him look somewhat bulkier than other Godzilla designs. Legendary Pictures has confirmed that their Godzilla's tail is 550 feet and 4 inches long, his height is 355 feet, there are exactly 89 dorsal plates running down his back, the palm of his hands are 34 feet and 4 inches each, and that his roar can be heard from three miles away. This is why I love this Monsterverse Godzilla, his design, look, his roar, and most of all we saw him fire his atomic breath! I hope he gets MORE screen time for his Upcoming film! and the movie will be release in May 31, 2019 man I'm excited right now!


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Release Date:

May 31, 2019 (US)

Run Time:

132 mins

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A review by vsacin

8 March, 2020 by vsacin

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A review by Ritick Singh

9 July, 2019 by Ritick Singh

This version of Godzilla is probably the best of the series and I love how they designed him like his previous incarnations. For MonsterVerse's incarnation of the character, his face is shaped very squarely, with a broad neck and possesses gills that enable him to stay underwater indefinitely. He has yellow eyes, and his teeth are small and not nearly as straightly lined up as many previous Godzilla incarnations. His nostrils are more separate than previous incarnations, with them being on opposite sides of the snout. Godzilla's head and neck seem to lean forward more so than any previous design. His dorsal plates are smaller than the previous designs, but they still retain the core maple-leaf shape, although straighter and very sharp, somewhat like the Godzilla from Godzilla 2000: Millennium, the Godzilla from Godzilla vs. Megaguirus and the Godzilla from the Kiryu saga. His claws are a black color, and his feet are wider and resemble an elephant's foot more than the other Godzillas' feet do. His skin is more reptile-like and crocodile-like as opposed to resembling keloid scars and rougher than the other incarnations and is a blackish color. His body and tail are very wide as well, making him look somewhat bulkier than other Godzilla designs. Legendary Pictures has confirmed that their Godzilla's tail is 550 feet and 4 inches long, his height is 355 feet, there are exactly 89 dorsal plates running down his back, the palm of his hands are 34 feet and 4 inches each, and that his roar can be heard from three miles away. This is why I love this Monsterverse Godzilla, his design, look, his roar, and most of all we saw him fire his atomic breath! I hope he gets MORE screen time for his Upcoming film! and the movie will be release in May 31, 2019 man I'm excited right now!

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters

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... Dr. Mark Russell

... Dr. Emma Russell

... Dr. Ishiro Serizawa

... Dr. Ilene Chen / Dr. Ling

... Dr. Rick Stanton

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