The enormous monster descends upon New York, and it's up to the Army and an odd team of investigators to unravel the mystery behind the incredible creature before it's too late.
© 1998 Tristar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved. GODZILLA and the character design are trademarks of Toho Co. Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
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Violent updated classic could be too intense for young kids.
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Roland Emmerich's "Godzilla" is just a lot of stupid fun. What makes a film this stupid so enjoyable is that it's constructed like a theme park ride. It's got flashy special effects (for the 90s that is), big name stars acting like fools, a plot you don't have to think about, and plenty of giddy thrills. Like all of Emmerich's disaster pictures, "Godzilla" is mindless, silly, silly fun.
- stevenecarrier, Tuesday, October 12, 2010
I see this is terribly underrated But let me give you the nice shock --- I LIKED THIS! Brilliant special effects and has several breath taking moments. Though I didn't liked the ending. Especially the fact that Godzilla died. And giving another twist at the very end, I expect this has part 2 or something? Haven't seen the Japanese version (and I see that is a really good one since everyone is sighing on this).
- 3niR, Thursday, October 7, 2010