• Goremaster

    ★★★★ Added by Goremaster

    Godzilla rampages New York !

    Good action movie with great fx. It was very expensive for the time and it didn't earn enough money to justify a sequel. The 2014 movie is not a sequel from this movie.


  • Paul Phoenix

    ★★★ Rewatched by Paul Phoenix 28 Jul, 2015

    Ironically, Godzilla doesn't fabricate the idea that animals are evil the way Spielberg did in Jaws.

    Godzilla is one of those movies people feel 'cool' hating them, alongside Twilight, Transformers, and 50 Shades of Grey. Like the first two of those examples, it took something treasured and turned it into a shitty monster b-movie... except wait, most of the Japanese Godzilla movies after the first one are dumb monster b-movies. So what's all the fuzz about? Someone call the whaaaaaambulance!…


  • wrecking ball of plagues

    ★★ Added by wrecking ball of plagues

    it's got like the entire cast of the simpsons in it and two bad siskel and ebert parodies what more can you ask for


  • Jaime Grijalba

    ★½ Watched by Jaime Grijalba 23 Jul, 2015

    Godzilla (1998)


    This weightless CGI monster fest is complete and absolute shit, and I went this without any kind of bias against it, specially since I think that criticism towards "hip to hate" movies is absolutely wrong, specially for films like these ones, that maybe aren't ill advised as much as they're a product of their time, but this just isn't fun nor pretty to look at. Maybe the first 15 minutes of this movie have some sort of…


  • alexbhades

    ★★ Rewatched by alexbhades 06 Oct, 2012

    Sabia que era mala, pero es que el guión es horroroso, simplemente trata de unir escenas de acción (que ya se ven envejecidas) con alguna coherencia (que no consigue), en fin...


  • destroyer320

    ½ Added by destroyer320

    This is the 1st Godzilla movie,and it is absolutely teribal for a Godzilla movie. Because zilla breaths fire, not atomic breath.teeribal.


  • Parker Smykle

    ★★★½ Added by Parker Smykle

    As a godzilla movie this is a 7.5/10 but as a fun popcorn flick it's a 3.5/5 Its a enjoyable but remember as godzilla it as bad but as a popcorn monster flick it's a 3/4 :) :) :) :) :)


  • JoseIgnacioWert

    Added by JoseIgnacioWert

    Encumbrados por el éxito de la tremebunda Independence Day (1996), el tándem Roland Emmerich/Dean Devlin perpetró esta nueva vuelta de tuerca al mito del cine de ciencia ficción japonés. El resultado es un mastodóntico –claro- filme con pretensión de gran espectáculo que se queda en un tan estruendoso como prescindible petardo. Alguna secuencia, como la del Madison Square Garden, provoca algo parecido al interés, con un evidente plagio a Parque Jurásico (Jurassic Park, Steven Spielberg, 1993).

    Objeto de una campaña de markéting sin precedentes, se quedó por debajo de las (demasiado altas) expectativas en taquilla, dando al traste con las anunciadas secuelas.


  • Noah Levy

    Added by Noah Levy

    In 2004, I bought a DVD from the Wal-Mart bargain bin that featured two trailers for the Japanese films Godzilla Vs. King Ghidorah and Godzilla Vs. Mothra. These trailers changed my life by introducing me to the greatness that is Japanese Godzilla.

    Interestingly as a bonus feature, the DVD also came with a two-and a half hour Jurassic Park rip-off that was also called "Godzilla", one of the most useless and derivative Summer blockbusters ever created.

    "Godzilla" gets one star for introducing me to the real Godzilla, and one star for thinking it could properly emulate it.


  • Stephen Osborne

    ★★ Watched by Stephen Osborne 29 Jun, 2015

    Throwaway pulp that is one dimensional and predictable with cheesy acting and b-grade special effects. Godzilla who comes to Manhattan for some domestic peace and quiet. Right.


  • slacker

    ★★ Rewatched by slacker 29 Jun, 2015

    i swear, geoff ramsey from rooster teeth looks a bit like jean reno.

    and this review is definitely unrelated to the movie. #1 reason why i'm a professional critic.


  • Brandon Claus

    ★★★½ Added by Brandon Claus

    all i can think about is greenday for some reason.