#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The epic next chapter in the cinematic Monsterverse pits two of the greatest icons in motion picture history against one another – the fearsome Godzilla and the mighty Kong – with humanity caught in the balance.
Plot: In a time when monsters walk the Earth, humanity’s fight for its future sets Godzilla and Kong on a collision course that will see the two most powerful forces of nature on the planet collide in a spectacular battle for the ages.
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THE monster movie of the year is here and just how good is it!
Is the plot predictable? Yep – I’d guessed 80% of it 2 months ago.
Is it silly? You bet.
Are the humans essential? Nah, but we didnt come here for them.
We came to see Kong and Godzilla slug it out. And we got that!
The scenes with the Kaiju are well thought out and choreographed (can we say that for digital fights?). And do they ever deck it out.
The devastation you see on the poster gives away how much of Hong Kong gets destroyed (there will be extra land available for building now).
The movie is directed and paced well – the first half sets things up for the multiple confrontation between the Kaiju; and the second half lets loose.
None of the actors are given much to do and most seem to sleepwalk through it, but Rebecca Hall is easily the best (she is always a delight to watch), Kyle Chandler channels Coach Taylor for a couple of scenes, Julian Dennison (from Hunt for the Wilderpeople) gets some good lines and Demian Bichir is having fun as the evil rich dude (never trust rich people…in movies or real life).
The sound design and score are both on point, but everything here subsides when the Kaiju are around. The CGI is great – and like Peter Jackson’s Kong, you actually feel for the great big monkey.
This movie is some first class popcorn, needing to be enjoyed on the biggest screen you can find.
Satisfying through and through. Also they seemed to learn from the past mistakes (with Godzilla and Godzilla: King of the Monsters) of doing too much with the human characters, here they are thankfully just window dressing for the battle between the two titans. **3.75/5**
A Good Clash between Titans
After what feels like forever, Godzilla vs Kong has finally come out and despite the disappointment of having to watch it at home I have watched the film today and here is my review for the film. The premise of the film sees the two biggest Titans Godzilla and Kong have to collide in order to determine who is the true king.
Main Character For me this film focuses more on Kong then Godzilla and I am okay with that and Kong is handled really well in this film. He is given a sense of humanity and I really grew to care about Kong and wanted to see him get a happy ending and it is so entertaining seeing him in the action scenes. Godzilla isn’t given as much character as Kong but he is still great and I will never get bored of seeing him in all of his epic glory which the film does really well.
Supporting Characters Millie Bobby Brown is back from the previous film and I thought she was decent in her role here. The character’s story doesn’t work and is part of a larger problem but she gives it her all and a fun performance which is rare to see in these films. Rebecca Hall plays a new character who is more linked to Kong and she is good in her role, she just fits it very well with the character and I just thought she was decent in the role. Though the rest of the cast do suffer, Alexander Skarsgard plays a scientist and I just feel like he was miscast in this role, I just never bought him in the role and it didn’t help that his character was bland and not once are you ever given any reason to care about him or his task. Then all the human villains are as generic as they come, Eiza Gonzalez is totally wasted and I just wish more was done there. Also Brian Tyree Henry and Julian Dennison are in the film, mostly as comic relief but for me despite their obvious talent it just didn’t work here and I am guessing that is mostly down to the writing.
Story The story is okay, I really liked Kong’s story and how they made him a way more sympathetic character and it made the clashes with Godzilla have more weight to them and make at least some of the fights have more context and investment towards them. But my biggest issue with the plot is just how safe it plays it, no spoilers but if you watched the trailer for this film then you can predict the film in a pretty easy way and that is a big let down. Especially, when I think there was more interesting things that could have been done here.
Script The script does have some okay drama to it and it had real heart which the previous films failed at. But the overall writing for the plot is very weak and I guess I jut wanted a bit more then the film gave me and there is way more humour in this film but I see why they avoided it as it isn’t well done here at all.
Style This is the one part the film has to get right and I am happy to report that this film is great to look at. The fight scenes between Godzilla and Kong is brilliant and feels huge in nature which is all you can ask for with a film like this. The film is also paced well, it is less then 2 hours and that makes the film feel more often and keeps the film moving at a nice pace.
Overall Overall, Godzilla vs Kong is a good film that delivers on the aspects of the film that it wanted to. For me it is probably the best film in the monster verse and if this is the end then it can go out on a high.
Epic battles with an uninspired plot.
Rating basically for the epic battles in this movie, great special effects that blend perfectly with the environment accompanied by immersive sounds to rumble your speakers. Kudos to all those responsible for that. On the other hand, this movie does a poor job of character personalization and story plot. Had a lot of fake smiles and poor dialogues, did a poor job of making you feel for any character’s situation and wanting more from them, it’s like the movie pauses when scenes switch from the Kaijus to humans. Characters were introduced for no particular purpose or reason. Story was dull and uninspiring. Wouldn’t recommend this movie for the plot or character performances but will recommend it for the epic Kaiju battles and CGI.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 53 min (113 min)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Adam Wingard
Writer Eric Pearson (screenplay by), Max Borenstein (screenplay by), Terry Rossio (story by), Michael Dougherty (story by), Zach Shields (story by)
Actors Alexander Skarsgård, Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry
Country USA, Australia
Production Company Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment
Sound Mix Dolby Atmos, DTS, IMAX 6-Track, Auro 11.1, Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround 7.1
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa 65, Arri Prime 65-S and Prime DNA Lenses
Laboratory Company 3 (digital intermediate) (color and finish), EC3 (digital dailies)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Codex
Cinematographic Process ARRIRAW (6.5K) (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Dolby Vision
Printed Film Format D-Cinema (also 3-D version)