• Alexander Balagot

    ★★★ Added by Alexander Balagot

    Big fish pile..


  • Josh Needle

    Added by Josh Needle

    Well, that was a Movie


  • Ashley Shannon

    ★★ Added by Ashley Shannon

    Godzilla is a 1998 American giant monster movie. Directed by Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, Universal Soldier) and starring Matthew Broderick (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), Jean Reno (Leon) and Hank Azaria (The Simpsons). The film is an American adaptation of the popular Japanese Kaiju franchise.

    The film opens with an origin montage explaining that Godzilla was created by French nuclear testing in the pacific that affected a nest of marine Iguanas. Flash forward to the modern day and we’re introduced to…


  • Kate ✌️

    ★½ Added by Kate ✌️

    that's a lot of fish


  • Adam Lounsbery

    Watched by Adam Lounsbery 27 Jan, 2016

    In film after film, Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin took a can't-miss premise that could be pure popcorn entertainment in the hands of plenty of other writer-director teams, and somehow created something that quickly devolves from "promising" to "virtually unwatchable" after the first 30 minutes. (See also Universal Soldier, Stargate, and Independence Day.)


  • Jordan McLaughlin

    ★★ Watched by Jordan McLaughlin 23 Jan, 2016



  • RussellD

    ½ Rewatched by RussellD 22 Jan, 2016



  • tjeckz

    ★★½ Rewatched by tjeckz 20 Jan, 2016

    An American 're-boot' of the long-running Japanese monster movies sees a biologist studying the effects of radiation on earthworms called into service when an enormous lizard shows up in the Pacific Ocean and Panama – and eventually New York City. Lots of plot points here are very stupid, there is little to no suspense or mystery, and the CGI isn't real great (worse than I remember it when I saw it in 1998 – I recall hearing that the reason…


  • Iceberg86

    ½ Added by Iceberg86

    This atrocity is the handy work of world reknowned disaster director of disaster films, Roland Emerich. The one who brough us Independance day (and for gods' sake, a sequel later this year), the day after tomorrow (or as I like to call it, a snow day triesto kill Jake gilenhall), White house down (or how dumb is the CIA) and off course, Godzilla, in his ultimate disapointing appearance.
    This mega-suckfest owes its glorified horribleness to two reasons:
    1. Mathew Broderick…


  • Dennie van der Tuuk

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Dennie van der Tuuk 19 Jan, 2016

    Great popcorn movie by duo Emmerich and Devlin.

    Too bad the guys each went their own way nowadays. They really succeeded in making some fun pictures togerther. Godzilla is one of them. The story is full of plotholes, strange choices, coincidences and the acting is not that great, certainly not what the actors are really capable of. But this movie is made with a lot of fun and is just really entertaining.

    Effects are still decent today, although some shots…


  • Keith Abt

    Added by Keith Abt

    A big budget Americanized remake of the Big Green Guy should've been a home run. Unfortunately the project was headed by "Independence Day" director Roland Emmerich, who'd apparently never seen a "Godzilla" movie in his life.

    In this version, Godzilla is a radioactive-mutant Iguana from the South Seas (?) who stomps his way across the ocean to set up shop in New York. Mayhem, and of course lots of explosive special effects, ensue. So far, so good. However, this is…


  • Sean

    ½ Added by Sean