Toho's forceful re-establishment of their icon is a divided victory.
This accidental dud wiggles into classic status – cult classic anyway – but for Megalon, that’s more than it could ask for.
Godzilla is an imperfect blockbuster about a perfect American military butting up against three massive natural anomalies who also happen to be a box office draw.
Final Wars is shamelessly childish and even derogatory
It's a wonder how any of this was considered suitable for distribution.
Join DoBlu as we look inside of Warner Bros. Pacific Rim Blu-ray – or rather the Limited Edition with Gypsy Danger packaging. In addition to multiple standard releases, the studio produced this complete version wit...
Certifiably stupid and exhaustively boring.
Jiger is charmingly comfortable nonsense.
The movie simply requires a willing suspension of disbelief that makes it a more pedestrian science fiction film than it aspires to be.
Guiron's stumbling kaiju fare is decisive in settling this 1969 feature into a pit of schlock fantasy where it struggles to keep even the youngest invested.
SOS is enough of a cinematic, special effects driven ruckus to earn its place.
Toho's all-out spectacle is satisfying, a rare example of a character's marketable dying moments not succumbing to fan betrayal or egregiously built-in marketing