Review: Michael Dougherty Has Created a Stunning Celebration of Kaiju Cinema with Godzilla: King Of The Monsters

While I may not be the most well-versed Godzilla fan out there, there is always an excitement I feel whenever Big G comes stomping his way onto the big screen—so much so that I even saw Godzilla (1998) on the big screen three times despite my deep-seated loathing of Matthew Broderick. In recent years, we’ve had both Shin Godzilla and Godzilla (2014) to keep monster fans satiated, but with this week’s release of Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Michael Dougherty has crafted one of the greatest love letters to Kaiju cinema ever, giving Godzilla aficionados everything they could want from a ginormous battle of the first gods, and so much more.

Kotm picks up in real time, five years after the events of Gareth EdwardsGodzilla, as the world has had to come to terms with the existence of creatures that have long been a part of this world
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