Godzilla vs. Kong (2021)
Godzilla vs. Kong.
Godzilla vs. Kong is not a bad sequel, it's rather a pretty good one, an entertaining one at that but HOWEVER it does feel like a step down from the previous two Godzilla films that actually had something to say especially when it came to humans and the environment.
It's also a step down from Skull Island, as entertained as i was, i was still pretty much let down by a real lack of idk humanity within the film? i mean sure humans are there but they just all feel so flat and are just for exposition, they lack development.
It's essentially the most forgettable in the film because it did away with the human elements and just went buck wild with the monster action and it's so nicely paced though, i can see why it's premium escapism.
The shots of Godzilla and Kong are pretty great though, the cinematography was not as mind-blowingly awesome like Godzilla: King of Monsters but it was great.
Even though i do wish it went all out with the destruction, like on a global scale like with Godzilla: King of Monsters because here i feel like it was contained a bit and i loved Tom's score, very big and epic. overall this film is good escapism blockbuster that doesn't want you to think like the previous films in the franchise but it wants you to sit back and enjoy.