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Godzilla vs. Kong 2021 Review

 "Godzilla vs. Kong" is the epitome of crowd-pleasing, catastrophic-up-monster flick and straight-up action picture par. It's a fairy tale and a science fiction film, a western, a wrestling outrageous,

conspiracy thriller, a franchise. A spontaneously floating spectacle of heartfelt dramas and spots about animals and their human society plays as if the sequence of creation of "Life Tree of Life" was subcontracted to its creators. It includes rain and explosions and light show of wormholes and giant mammals. And the insects that can be a hybrid of one or many more kingdoms of animals that have thrown away some zombies, robots or monsters big it dares to dream big and be stupid and sincere. And yet, for an ultra-scaling and eventful tent pole shake, "Godzilla vs. Kong" is like its co-pioneer, the skyscraper-sized primate who lands on the moon with his feet lightly covered in jungle, tropical and concrete. It could be the best studio film of the year. If not here's a new product just for you!

Spoilers here - though I would argue, the story is told in a way that makes this kind of warning unnecessary.

Directed by Adam Wingard ("The Guest"), and written by Eric Pearson and Max Borenstein (who wrote the first film in the series), "Godzilla vs. Kong" continues the series with each team of filmmakers making their own Go ahead while doing the job. The first entry in the series, "Godzilla" was "The Earliest Encounters of the Kaizu Type", unveiling its creatures in Steven Spielberg's magic-and-wonder mode and ushering in the franchise's unification: monsters older than dinosaurs once survived Yes, then that energy flows and moves inwards, the "park" is hibernating the earth until nuclear tests, strip mining and the like disrupt people's sleep.


This foundation was attached to a philosophy that continues from film to film. Something like this: Kaizu doesn't hate us. They don’t even pay to harm us (although they do enjoy a human snack now and then). They are joking about animals and territories and domination over each other. If we hadn’t treated the world like a toilet for many centuries, they would have lived near the animals of song and legend, talking, but never seen.


"Godzilla," Vietnam-era period piece "Kong: Skull Island," and Calling All Kaizu! Extravaganza founded "Godzilla: The King of the Dants", a top-secret, international, decades-old organization, the Monarch Project, that connected the film throughout the release years and decades of storytelling. (Monarch predicts the 70's activity of "Skull Island"; it was formed in 1950.) Of course, all of these things were based on the binding elements of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially Shield-like agents and Monarch scientists, and the animals in the post-credit scene Reveals on deck. However, some films were more like MCUs than others, the first being the least compromised - Koizu never became a handmaid of commerce. The most frustrating thing about monsters is its horror, sadness and disbelief when people face the threat of extinction and learn to coexist with what they cannot defeat, reverse or even negotiate with. This is why it is so fancy to land soldiers and tanks, planes and warships on this animal. They are cavemen throwing stones in the sun.

At first, "Godzilla vs. Kong" has been seen to move away from the environmental doom-talking and pre-mourning tradition. But those elements became defeated or submerged like Kaizu, until the ruthless forces baited them to return to the lap of the earth. A misleading opening sequence proves that King Kong has been transferred to a research institute under the Virtual Reality Dome, imitating his jungle habitat after the storm after wiping out Skull Island. She is being studied by anthropological linguist Dr. Eileen Andrews (Rebecca Hall) and her deaf adopted daughter Zia (Kylie Hotel) by the only survivors of the Ivy tribe on the island.


Shortly afterwards, Godzilla, who was not seen after killing the three-headed extroverted dragon, attacked the Florida research center Pensacola at Apex Cybernetics. The ex-husband of Mark Russell (Kyle Chandler) - Masson Russell (Millie Bobby Brown), the father of Kaizu-Whisper, and Emma Russell (Vera Farmiga), the ex-scientist who became the environmentalist in the last movie, says that "Godzilla We don't know why. " We know. Godzilla is a “top hunter”. Like the gladiators in the "Highlander" series, there can only be one. Godzilla is clearly behind Apex (not a name that hides true intentions!) Because he was threatened by something in the facility. It is a corporation that can create mechanics, mangoes, animals. You can say robot. Or robot monsters. You could even say that Apex could create stage versions of Godzilla, Wink Wink.


Filmmakers don't throw themselves away pretending we can't see where we're going. The screenplay is consistent with the pre-card-on-test on the table, including a scene where Apex founder and CEO Walter Simmons (Damien Beecher) helped Nathan Lind (Alexander Scarsgard), a hole earth expert, lead an expedition to the center of the planet. Do what is needed for his, well, project that will re-establish humanity as Earth, I think you can say, the top hunter (Q. Amnos Synthesizer Music). So the only pertinent questions are (1) "How long will Godzilla and Kong not fight for the first time?"; (2) "Who will win the first fight and play again?"; And (3) "When will the Kong and Godzilla teams be?"

The film’s “No Mus, No Fas” story opens up space for not only humans, but also humans and monsters and the relationship between monsters and monsters to develop. Childless Lind, surrogate parents Andrews and orphan Zia learn to trust each other and work together until they build temporary nuclear families like Ripley, Hicks and Newt in "Aliens". Madison has a long-standing bond with conspiracy theorist podcast, muckraker and Apex investigator Barney Hayes (Brian Tie Henry) because he shares his ugly, exploratory worldview. Unfortunately for the less-needed character - Bradley traveled on a road trip to reminisce about Whitford's character in the last movie. Madison lost her brother in a Kaizu disaster in the first film, then lost her mother in "King of Grains". Towards the end of this one, she acquires a big brother-like partner in the form of Barney, and adopts a reprehensible but affectionate parental tone with Josh (situationally becoming the mother that Maddie was snatched by the madman, then death).


More consequential and ongoing though is the human / monster and monster / monster relationship. "The Black Stallion," "Free Wiley," and "E.T." Kong and Xia are a magical screen group, the second is extra-solid resonance, according to the custom of pairing the heart-excitement in the image of an animal like this. The movie treats Kong's heartbeat as a flow of Zia's mental state, as well as narrative Morse code-dal for viewers who reveal Kang's stress level and physical condition. Clearly many of the achievements of the Kong-Xia friendship should go to filmmakers, including the Joker Schaefer ("Pacific Rim: Coup"); Photographer Ben Ceresin ("Endless," "Pain and Gain"); And the country-states of influential artists who did design, motion-capturing, rendering, composing, etc. This is truly a rare modern blockbuster with special effects. The hollow earth scenes in the middle of the photo, in particular, are politely dreamed of in the veins of a '70s' sword-magic paperback book jacket or in the' 70s-'80's psychedelic sci-fi or fantasy image, "" Flash Gordon. " Neverrending story. "Neon primary colors on the streets of Apex Lab and Hong Kong have eroded erosion coldness: John U. W. Kong and Godzilla may have been working on a line of coke on the top of the bus before they put each other to bed via British synthpop videos. Understanding the epic showcases the actor from the opposite side - and it is not being submitted as the main cast of Terry Notary Controversial Sc, who starred in the movie Kong and "Skull Island", TJ, who starred Godzilla in the three Monsters film.


Wingard records show that King Kong's physique was partly modeled by Bruce Willis from the movie "Die Hard" and Mel Gibson from the "Lethal Weapon" series. You stumble across the streets of Hong Kong like a back-olly broiler fighting a dirty fight with Kong and Godzilla watching him jump from the bottom and jump off the carrier deck of an airplane, but it's not just a great stunt. When this happens, according to Andy Circus-Caliber acting. Watch Kong cough after Godzilla almost drowns him, or he will collapse after defeating the enemy and tear off the head of a winged beast from his throat and spill blood from the stump like a brigand and sink into the rubble. When Kong wakes up after flying to the Antarctic base to embark on a journey to the cold world, he has Martin Shin's Saigon hangover-face from "Apocalypse Now". When Kong talks to Zia in sign language and you look back at him, you can see that his wheels are spinning in his mind: I hate what this kid said to me and it's hard to find my mind, but I accept it, because I have no choice. No. Equally arrested, though more opaque, is Storm’s performance as Godzilla. This Kaiju primitive and ruthless, Jaftig quarrel with Charles Berkeley Cabbage. He does not have the grace and skill of a kangaroo, but compensates with aggression and weight (and the dragon's breath). In the Tony Soprano murder-mode, Godzilla, like James Gandolphini, was furious and condemned a large number of animals for being stupid enough to oppose him. He returned with a twinkle in his eye before the Nepal-Japping city blocks. One shot after another of the brave first person / reverse shot close-ups, in which Kong and Godzilla look at each other, try to intimidate each other, Godzilla refuses to submit projects to AP, combining curiosity, alpha brutality and game-respect-games. Praise for doing. At the end of the film, Godzilla looks at Kong with a scaly Clint Eastwood. The following screen-closing song selection is a great intuitive joy. It's a needle of joy, but it could also be Leonard Cohen's "famous blue raincoat": "What can I say? / I think I'm missing you, I guess I forgive you." I'm glad you stood in my way. " 

Wingard joked with interviewers that he wanted to kiss his superstar Kaizu - but how funny is that, really? Many action films are about making stone-cold badasses look beautiful, about joining forces to overcome more urgent threats after piercing their differences. Godzilla's steamroller concentration and Kong's rope-a-dope strategy and jaw-dropping punch revealed (intent ??) the battle of the original "48 HRS" that Reggie Hammond and Jack Kates had to get out of their system before teaming up. Billy Bear and Ganj


The end of the two-fight against Godzilla and Kong against the missile-spraying, the jet-powered, double-legged kangaroo-kicked Mechagodzilla, like the other action scenes in the picture, should be thoroughly thought out in terms of each fighter's strengths and weaknesses. Not that Mechagodzilla has any. That's what made him terrible. He is the terminator of Koizur. Even the film gives him a skynet moment. He threw Godzilla around like a child. At one point, poor Godzi gets his head hit by a popcorn machine in "Police Story" and first falls into a vertical-ice-cube-tray office building like Jackie Chan. For the brief, restless instantaneous moment when his cyborg double throws him, he sees a glimpse of radiant insight into his glowing dinosaur eyes. Almost like: Do I deserve this?


How wonderful and astonishing, however, that in spite of all the incidental slapping speed we have moved away from "Godzilla vs. Kong" not only to the devastation, but to the many (relatively) quiet moments that remind Kong and Godzilla ... Oh! ... hell. As well as it could say: as human.

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These are lonely, when you think of Godzilla and Kong - though don’t admit it. One or two kingless kingdoms chase after Godzilla, one who may not be like him. Kong never knew he could have a picture until this movie was made - and in the end, Kong is actually the king of what? A jungle full of animals that looks nothing like it. Are there any other primates? Poor Kong was always the only one on Skull Island. We have seen the bones of others. Were they killed by animals? Did they die of natural causes before Kong was born? At least Kong now knows that he was a king by birth and an innate nobility - or one of his ancestors. Kong saw that ruined castle. He walked through the Grand Hall and sat on the throne holding an ax in his hand like Canaan. He imagined dominion over a long-term kingdom on an empty earth. Or did he think Godzilla would ever think: What now? Godzilla went to Atlantis. Did he rule it? Or did he just patronize, from time to time, to remind the Atlanteans? Did he drown the place? If so, does he regret it?

Talk about their lives in a coffee shop in Godzilla and Kong.

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