I love a good Monday where I don’t have to do much work. I can just search the internet and save one of those fun parody videos on YouTube. Wherein people with more talent and drive than me make actual, original content.
This one is pretty funny. The other monsters laughing at Godzilla not being able to fly is the funniest this channel has been in possibly ever. Hats off to the fine folks at How It Should Have Ended!
Though at this point, does anybody even remember Godzilla: King of the Monsters? Pretty forgettable flick.
I enjoyed Godzilla: King of the Monsters in the theaters, but all these months later, it’s a pretty forgettable film. The monster fights were cool, but the human parts were boring as hell, and I can’t really recall anything from that movie — other than the cool Mothra twins reveal.
Whereas I have a lot of fond, badass memories of that first Godzilla in the reboot…
I’m just saying, people crap on that first Godzilla too much. The delayed gratification worked perfectly, exactly how it was meant to. But I suppose King of the Monsters is cool enough, with Honest Trailers nailing all the right points.
Next up is Godzilla vs. King Kong!
There’s a new trailer today for Godzilla: King of the Monsters. It doesn’t offer anything new, just some further looks at all the monsters. That’s pretty fun, but previous trailers already accomplished that much.
Still, this looks like a fun movie and, therefore, trailers for it are pretty fun. Comes out at the end of May.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is coming out on May 31. We’ve had a lot of neat trailers, and plenty of looks at those big beasties. But how about one more?
Still looks good! I was a big Godzilla fan as a kid. I even enjoyed the one in the 1990s when it came out, and I loved the most recent film. So there’s a good chance I’m going to enjoy this one. I’m definitely looking forward to the film!
There’s a new trailer for the Godzilla sequel, Godzilla: King of the Monsters! Fancy that!
Looks pretty neat. We can some fleeting glimpses of the other big monsters, Mothra, Rodan and Ghidorah, as well as more of the big man himself. The glimpses are a touch too fleeting, I feel, and I want to see more right now! But I must be patient.
I enjoyed the first Godzilla film and didn’t mind that he was used sparingly. This sequel looks like it’s taking that criticism to heart and just giving us a ton of giant monsters doing giant monster things. We’ll see if it pays off!
And somehow Godzilla vs. King Kong is supposed to top this…