Godzilla vs. Kong: The big dumb action movie waiting for us?

Godzilla vs. Kong: The big dumb action movie waiting for us?

Godzilla vs Kong: The big dumb action movie waiting for us?
Godzilla vs Kong: The big dumb action movie waiting for us?


We can all agree that the sanctions brought by Kovid have strengthened all the things we have already granted.  Some miss their loved ones.  Some unplanned nights miss the pulsing mass of warm strangers outside.  Me?  It turns out that I obviously miss the huge gorilla scene of punching a radioactive sea monster right in the middle of his dumb mouth.

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  I certainly wouldn’t have known it if I hadn’t seen the trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong.  Clearly, Godzilla vs. Kong is the great completion of a long-gesture plan;  The cinematic universe where we first get acquainted with the biggest, most iconic creatures in the history of film, then they are amazed as they train each other.  Clearly, in order to enjoy Godzilla vs. Kong, you need to re-watch and appreciate Godzilla of 2014, Kong Skull Island of 2017, and Godzilla of 2019: King of the Danes in a quick succession.  But you’re not going to do that, because the backstory of this film is perfectly within its three-word title.  This is a film about Kingzilla punching Godzilla.


  And, to be honest, I can't wait.  Not really.  Last year was a total non-starter in terms of purely cinematic philosophy.  I’ve only seen two pictures in the theater in the last 12 months;  One of these was Proxima, a tragic French drama about maternal guilt.  And the other was Tenet.  To cry out loud.  A film that couldn’t stay awake to make the dilemma more understandable and doesn’t sound too much to sleep Committed Tenet was advertised as less than a savior of the theatrical cinematic experience, it could have really saved it from being too good.
  
  Now, imagine if Godzilla vs. Kong had taken Tenet's place.  Imagine if the movie's escape plan was a film where the 120-meter prehistoric metaphor for nuclear destruction is spread through the mouth of a gorilla's nuclear beam, which appears to be a skyscraper like a medieval battlefield.  No, really, imagine it.  Because it is my sincere belief that a film like this not only exposes the movies, but also forces the coronavirus to a terrible retreat.

  I’m exaggerating, but not too much.  After the year we all spent, watching the trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong was like a massage.  It looked like someone had taken your brain from the top of your skull and carefully dipped it into a beautiful warm bath.  "I know things have gotten tougher," it seemed, "but there are two movies that shake each other for no reason at all. There's nothing to worry about. We've got it."

  Honestly, their trailer should be in the headspace app.  It’s a bit relaxed about being completely, unconventionally stupid.  Watching King Kong jump out of an exploding boat like auditioning for a 1990s Steven Seagull film.  "I promised to protect her, and I think Kong did it somehow," Rebecca Hall said as she listened.  To see the shot where someone wrote the headline of the newspaper ‘about the purpose of Monder Stamped Godzilla’ on the world map it is somehow a formula.  The whole thing is perfect to hear the excited Corel vibe on the soundtrack, to be reminded of Ligetti's recuperation and to think "Bog off, this is a monkey fight image".

  Ograph Photograph: Courtesy of Warner Bros.

  True, the film itself can be terrifying.  It can be mistakenly assumed that people want to see a movie rich in mythology and well-drawn characters, while anyone wants to see King Kongti punch Godzilla in the mouth for two hours.  It can be plagued by a very complex plot like Godzilla: The King of the Dunsters did, whenever anyone wants to see King Kong stabbing Godzilla in the face for two hours.  It can have recognizable scenes and inspirations, whenever anyone wants to see King Konti Godzilla stabbed in the mouth for two hours.  Any one of these cries would be a shame

  Because that's the movie.  It’s not about important character pieces, or even tentpole juggernauts.  It's about stupid, muttering, march-published monster movies that you just go and see that it's raining and nothing else was going on.  It’s about putting all your expectations at the door and still hating it.  It’s actually about the experience of breathing in conjunction with the realization of creating this garbage.  I'm not kidding.  I miss it and, as such, Godzilla vs. Kong has made me more excited than any picture can remember.
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  Godzilla vs. Kong movies and HBO Max in the United States were released on March 26 and in the United Kingdom on May 21.

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