Godzilla vs. Kong movie review - Aussieboyreviews
DOES GODZILLA VS. KONG FEATURE LOADS OF CREATURE ACTION?
The effects and action between Godzilla and Kong are epic, but is all let down by the incredibly boring story. This creature action will likely not disappoint fans of these two characters, but is a pointless waste of time.
King Kong is transported from his containment zone after Godzilla creates mayhem and the two monsters battle. Humans need Kong’s help to reach Hollow Earth and find a way to subdue the king of the monsters.
Director: Adam Wingard
Cast: Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Shun Oguri, Eiza González, Julian Dennison, Lance Reddick
Writer: Eric Pearson, Max Borenstein
Release Date (Australia): 25 March 2021
Runtime: 113 minutes/1h 53m
Genre: Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller
Country: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, USA
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film contains science fiction themes including depictions of battles between large fantasy creatures and robots, as well as peril and threat.
There are sequences of action violence including battles between gigantic creatures which are occasionally accompanied by very large creature blood sprays.
The film contains occasional use of the words “hell”, “damn” and “s**t”.
PG-13 (for intense sequences of creature violence/destruction and brief language)
Aussie boy's thoughts
Godzilla vs. Kong appears to promise full-on nonstop gigantic creature action. Unfortunately, it comes out as a dumb and ridiculously boring blockbuster with tiring battle flattened by constant talking, chatting and babbling. That’s right; there’s way too much dumb character story that by the time Godzilla and Kong bring the city to ruins, it’s just a big, boring and absolutely pointless mess. And by the time the film ends, the highest anticipations will be smashed down along with the garbage story and weak characters.
Honestly, don’t waste your time if you’re going to be cheering on for one specific monster, hoping he beats the other one. Without supplying you with spoilers, the film’s title + the film’s ending = leaving anyone unsatisfied, angry and disappointed, knowing that they just wasted 2 hours of their life.
It’s the monsters along with the frail acting and weak plot that make Godzilla vs. Kong entirely boring and interest-lacking. The only fine element about this sci-fi/action movie is the detailed CGI monsters and their battles, which are still too extended and mainly slow. Godzilla vs Kong also could have had more effort put into the story and a lot less chit-chat.
Whilst this boring disappointment will be mega-awesome-action to Godzilla and Kong fans, there’s not enough action and too much story. The lack of entertaining and engaging plot is the only solid reason you’ll remember this messy, boring and pointless load of garbage.
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