By the movie’s end, audiences will be just as tired, reeling from the aches and pains these two warriors suffered. The ending was nothing short of extraordinary. The best of the Godzilla trilogy for sure and the best Godzilla or Kong film based on my personal opinion. This film gave these two alpha Titans the respect that they deserved and as a result, it is bound to beloved by old and new fans alike. I wouldn’t mind a follow up if it came down to it. You can catch it on HBO Max and select theaters.
I just checked out the Godzilla Vs. Kong trailer and it promises to deliver on an epic showdown between Godzilla, King of Monsters and Kong, King of the Apes aka The Eighth Wonder of the World. However, while it definitely hyped me up for the last installment in the Godzilla reboot franchise, I am left with a lot of questions by its end.
All in all, Godzilla: King of the Monsters got a lot of flak from people who didn’t like it. I must admit that it was not a perfect film but it was beautiful. It was cool. It was epic. It was faithful to the franchise. It was entertaining and if you disregard the forced family dynamic, it delivered on its message that Godzilla was king for a reason. Growing up a fan of Godzilla, hats off to the filmmakers who made this movie the magnificent spectacle that it was. Long live the King indeed. I guess it depends on taste. I, for one, approve.