From March 2020 to November 2020. …Can’t say that I’m surprised, alas. I mean, *I* liked GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS. It gave me what I wanted: kaiju and the USAF throwing down in various configurations. Alas, and unaccountably (I, as always, blame Communists) it did not do well. BUT! They already had the next movie done. So GODZILLA VS. KONG has gotta get released sometime. Apparently, ‘sometime’ is ‘next November.’ Ach, well.
They apparently hated it. The first wave of fans, however, loved loved lovedGodzilla, King of the Monsters, which is fine by me. The only reason I’m not watching it tonight is because I got to go to a concert last night and I can easily watch it tomorrow morning without it screwing up anybody’s schedule. In other words: I figure that the fans are more likely to be in tune with me than the critics.
PS: GODZILLA VS KONG IS IN POST-PRODUCTION AND COMES OUT NEXT YEAR SO TRYING TO TANK THIS MOVIE WITH A BAD REVIEW WON’T DO YOU ANY GOOD CRITICS BECAUSE I WILL STILL GET TO WATCH THE NEXT ONE HA HA HA*.
They finished production on Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
It is done. With love and gratitude to the thousands of talented people all around the world who helped make this lifelong dream a reality. In Godzilla we trust. @GodzillaMoviepic.twitter.com/JnPoqFoXHY
Not perfectly so, of course. It’s done a good job of duplicating the color, style, and even the gradual decay of a film clip from the 1960s; but there are limits to what the state of the art can do. Still, this really captures the aesthetic of what I want from Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Will we get it? I’ll tell you opening night.