Godzilla (2014)

I didn't feel so engaged with the film. There's some philosophical moments about nature, but most of the movie seems like a bunch of fluff.

Netflix determined the movie for me as a 96% match. I decided to give the movie neither a thumbs up nor a thumbs down.
Rating: 3.0/5

Instant Comments:
1a: oh it took me a while to realize it was his son grown up (some time after his son enters the dad's apartment)
1a: hmm... okay... so they explain what they were doing. They say they were trying to study it to contain it, because they were afraid that destroying it would release radiation and endanger many lives
1a: hehe... Hiroshima...
1b: resume around 1h15min mark
1b: why would it want to crush a train...
1b: I don't get it. Why did they stop the buses there? Why is there a blockade of police cars?
1b: While it makes for an interesting escape on the bus driver's part, the inability for police and military to make a path exit for the civilians is silly
1b: Oh. It was after the nuclear warhead and presented it to the female as a gift
1b: "The arrogance of man is thinking nature is in our control, and not the other way around. Let them fight."
1b: Are the red flares to see each other in the dark?
1b: how far is a click? [it is short for kilometer, which is approxiamately 0.62 miles]
1b: Huh... the Lieutenant didn't even get a chance to be a hero and deactivate the warhead
1b: Ah... but he's smart to blow up the eggs
1b: Well timed tail swing
1b: Hehe. Right into the mouth... What a beast. Or should I say... what a monster.
1b: people should just be seated alphabetically in the stadium to be easier to find
1b: I guess registration is okay too
Watched first half 20240602, second half 20240604 (Netflix, Instant) (Last day to watch 20240630)
Godzilla (2014) Gareth Edwards. 123 min

Relevant Links:
Godzilla (IMDb.com)
Godzilla (RottenTomatoes.com)
Godzilla (2014 film) (Wikipedia.org)

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