Godzilla vs Kong movie review: A lizard and a monkey achieve what Christopher Nolan couldn’t

Being the fourth film in Legendary’s MonsterVerse, an American monster film Godzilla vs. Kong is released internationally on March 24, 2021 in theatre but on March 31 in United States, where the movie will be seen both on theatre and HBO Max simultaneously. This film is the sequel of both Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) and Kong: Skull Island (2017). This film is decided to release on November, 2020 but the decision has been postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. This film has attracted mainly positive reviews but received some criticism due to the human characters.

Directed by:-

Adam Wingard

Produced by:-

  • Thomas Tull
  • Jon Jashni
  • Brian Rogers
  • Mary Parent
  • Alex Garcia
  • Eric McLeod

Screenplay by:-

  • Eric Pearson
  • Max Borenstein

Story by:-

  • Terry Rossio
  • Michael Dougherty
  • Zach Shields

Based on:-

  • Godzilla and Mechagodzilla by Toho
  • King Kong by Edgar Wallace Merian C. cooper

Starring:-

  • Alexander Skarsgard
  • Millie Bobby Brown
  • Rebecca Hall
  • Brian Tyree Henry
  • Shun Oguri
  • Eiza Gonzalez
  • Julian Dennison
  • Lance Reddick
  • Kyle Chandler
  • Demian Bichir

Music by:-

Tom Holkenborg

Cinematography:-

Ben Seresin

Edited by:-

Josh Schaeffer

Production Company:-

Legendary Pictures

Running time:-

113 minutes

Box Office:-

$145.5 million

The plot is smoothy and predictable. Yet the visual experience is a treat. Both Godzilla and Kong together rocked the show with equal screen space, but the story morely focused on Kong. The worst part were the human dramas in the movie. More unwanted scenes on the human drama part which made the parts of movie like a boring melodrama.

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