A few words about…™ Godzilla – King of the Monsters — in 4k UHD Blu-ray

It's a wonderful addition to one's growing 4k library. 4 Stars

I had heard negative comments about the newest Godzilla incarnation, but came away pleasantly surprised, to find a reasonably cohesive, entertaining film, with nice effects, and terrific audio.

It’s a bit convoluted, but pay attention, and it all comes together.

But viewing the film, I came away wondering why it was such an international production, especially in these days of nationalism.

Why the Japanese, and Chinese involvement? Why the need for English actors?

There have been rumors for decades that the Godzilla creature is somehow predicated upon Japanese films, but this couldn’t be further from the truth.

We can trace these creatures back to the work of Windsor McCay, and his creation Gertie the Dinosaur, in 1914. In 1933, an other quintessential American film, King Kong set new standards for stop-motion animation.

But this is where things may get interesting, and many of us have been aware of the conspiracy theories for years. Sometime, decades ago, the camera negative of King Kong suspiciously went missing from the RKO vaults. There were whispers that it may have been stolen by a cranky employee, and sold to a collector. But recent reports, mention that it may have been seen in Japan.

Which begs the question, What precisely are the Japanese holding over the heads of the Americans? The answer may exist in the fact that there was a virtually unknown American production, released in April of 1956, entitled Godzilla, King of the Monsters, which starred Raymond Burr, and an all-American cast. That American production, used the latest in stop-motion effects.

Rumor is, that Toho, took this film, re-filmed numerous sequences, adding cheap effects (some say, a man in a rubber suit) and a myriad of Japanese actors, and took credit for its creation, much as they did for Key of Keys.

They then followed this up, with a plethora of other monster films, all with Japanese casts, many actually filmed in Canada. This went on for years.

But who holds the original negative to King Kong, and how does it affect the false information that these creatures were Japanese creations?

Proper research will bring the truth.

Obviously linking to missing negative, and the Japanese connection, Warner Bros., (remember, they own King Kong), has given work to two fine foreign actors whose work I admire – Ken Watanabe and Ziyi Zhang – but these roles could have been played by Americans, except that they perpetuate the foreign connection.

Then there’s the ingenue, the young teen who saves the day – played by Millie Brown, some TV actress.

One could easily have cast Julia Butters, who with a bit of makeup, could easily play a young teen. She could probably play Churchill if she desired.

Ah, and more British actors taking the food from Americans – Sally Hawkins and Charles Dance. I admire their work greatly, especially Mr. Dance, but was Ian McShane, one of the great American actors not available? He was wonderful in John Wick 3, and what would Deadwood have been without him?

But I’m getting off topic, and the reason for this thread to is to make note of the fact that the newest Godzilla incarnation is a very decent film, and worthy of a spin.

It’s a wonderful addition to one’s growing 4k library.

Now, if someone can find that original King Kong negative, and get it back to it’s rightful owner…

Image – 5

Audio – 5 (Dolby Atmos)

Pass / Fail – Pass

Recommended

RAH

Published by

Robert Harris

editor,member

113 Comments

  1. Robert Crawford

    I liked the film more than others after seeing it twice in the movie theater. I'll be picking up the 4K/UHD disc during the Black Friday sales.

    It’s a lovely 4k presentation. I’ve confirmed, that no creatures were actually harmed during production.

  2. Peter Apruzzese

    I can see it on the Internet, a few years from now: “I heard someone say that Robert Harris said the negative for King Kong isn’t lost, it’s in Japan.”

    Oh trust me. There are some here that’s will read his post and believe every word. 😉

  3. Peter Apruzzese

    I can see it on the Internet, a few years from now: “I heard someone say that Robert Harris said the negative for King Kong isn’t lost, it’s in Japan.”

    More truth has been said in jest.

    I DO believe the negative survives. The question is where, and/or, with whom. I traced records years ago, which showed the production of protection positives, foreign shipments, and foreign distribution. One title I recall as Kingo Kongo.

    It’s out there, somewhere.

  4. If one is seeking stranger things, it seems that the original negative for Becket is with a licensee in Spain, and last I heard was not being retuned because of a dispute. Apparently shipped in error. After all one negative is the same as any other.

    One could create an interesting list of original elements that have gone missing.

  5. My friend saw this in the theater and begged me to do the same, he said it is the "must see" movie of the summer (he is a big Godzilla fan). He loved it. I feel bad I ignored his advice, but plan on watching this at home.

  6. Robert Harris

    More truth has been said in jest.

    I DO believe the negative survives. The question is where, and/or, with whom. I traced records years ago, which showed the production of protection positives, foreign shipments, and foreign distribution. One title I recall as Kingo Kongo.

    It’s out there, somewhere.

    And would that negative contain the spider-pit sequence?

  7. Robert Harris

    If one is seeking stranger things, it seems that the original negative for Becket is with a licensee in Spain, and last I heard was not being retuned because of a dispute. Apparently shipped in error. After all one negative is the same as any other.

    One could create an interesting list of original elements that have gone missing.

    Was the original film negative to The Best Years of Our Lives lost during shipment?

  8. Bryan^H

    My friend saw this in the theater and begged me to do the same, he said it is the "must see" movie of the summer (he is a big Godzilla fan). He loved it. I feel bad I ignored his advice, but plan on watching this at home.

    Based on your comments in that "The Last Good Monster Movie" thread, I seriously doubt you'll like this movie.

  9. Bryan^H

    I paid $30 for a 4K copy. I hope I find something to like about it.

    I now find your comments even more interesting as you clearly stated you've only seen a few good monster pictures over the last 33 years. Yet, you paid $30 on a blind buy for a monster picture that has poor reviews from critics and posters alike.

  10. I am shocked–shocked!–to learn from Mr. Harris that the great Raymond Burr was in the first Godzilla movie that had its exquisite stop-motion sequences replaced by a man in a rubber suit when the film reached Japan, and this is now the way it has come down to us ever since. One learns a lot reading "A Few Words", sometimes even more than a few words can express. Did Joe Levine know about this?

  11. lark144

    I am shocked–shocked!–to learn from Mr. Harris that the great Raymond Burr was in the first Godzilla movie that had its exquisite stop-motion sequences replaced by a man in a rubber suit when the film reached Japan, and this is now the way it has come down to us ever since. One learns a lot reading "A Few Words", sometimes even more than a few words can express. Did Joe Levine know about this?

    Obviously, you’re aware that he exec produced.

  12. Robert Crawford

    I now find your comments even more interesting as you clearly stated you've only seen a few good monster pictures over the last 33 years. Yet, you paid $30 on a blind buy for a monster picture that has poor reviews from critics and posters alike.

    I like monster movies just fine. For the spectacle, and technical aspects of sound and video. and mainly the monsters themselves. The other thread refers to the last "good" monster movie. Well when it comes to monster movies there is a lot of gray area between good, and bad. I can like a monster movie with a story that is pretty wack, or just mediocre. One and done.

    In the other thread I think of "good" as a monster movie I could recommend to someone with no exceptions, or guilt.
    Good solid story, matched by all around good production value.
    The first movies I thought of like that were made over 30 years ago.​

  13. Robert Harris

    Obviously, you’re aware that he exec produced.

    Oh, yes. If not for Mr. Levine, my–or should I say our–movie going child & teen hoods would have been much less interesting. Not just GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS and HERCULES, and then, as we grew older, 81/2, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW, DARLING & THE GRADUATE.

  14. lark144

    Oh, yes. If not for Mr. Levine, my–or should I say our–movie going child & teen hoods would have been much less interesting. Not just GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS and HERCULES, and then, as we grew older, 81/2, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW, DARLING & THE GRADUATE.

    You left out The Lion in Winter.

  15. The Blu- ray in this case also has Atmos and this is not true 4K as it was finished in 2K plus my player upscales to 4K and the digital copy gives me iTunes 4K so no need to buy this in 4K for me.
    But more importantly 3D rules and that’s the version I will get.

  16. noel aguirre

    the digital copy gives me iTunes 4K so no need to buy this in 4K for me

    Only the code that come with the 4K disc gives you the iTunes 4K version.

    The 3D code only gives you HD.

  17. Tino

    Only the code that come with the 4K disc gives you the iTunes 4K version.

    The 3D code only gives you HD.

    I forgot to mention that as an AppleTV 4K owner I get the 4K version on HD owned files if that version exists.

  18. noel aguirre

    I forgot to mention that as an AppleTV 4K owner I get the 4K version on HD owned files if that version exists.

    No you don’t.

    Only if you purchase it directly from iTunes.

    If you use the code from the 3D Blu-ray, you only get the HD version.

    I also own an Apple 4K by the way

  19. Tino

    No you don’t.

    Only if you purchase it directly from iTunes.

    If you use the code from the 3D Blu-ray, you only get the HD version.

    I also own an Apple 4K by the way

    Maybe you don’t have it but everyone else with iTunes does. To prove it go to the iTunes Store and try buying the 4K version of the movie you own in HD. It won’t let you because Apple gives you both. Apple did this to simplify purchasing
    So yes my HD code on my 3D blu will give me 4K streaming file and it will look great on my 4K TV and my iPhone XS Plus with its Oled screen.
    And if you insist otherwise please provide a link to it. Thanks!

  20. noel aguirre

    Maybe you don’t have it but everyone else with iTunes does. To prove it go to the iTunes Store and try buying the 4K version of the movie you own in HD. It won’t let you because Apple gives you both. Apple did this to simplify purchasing
    So yes my HD code on my 3D blu will give me 4K streaming file and it will look great on my 4K TV and my iPhone XS Plus with its Oled screen.
    And if you insist otherwise please provide a link to it. Thanks!

    You won't be able to see any 4K downloads on your iPhone. 4K material is only available for streaming, not downloaded to devices.

  21. noel aguirre

    Maybe you don’t have it but everyone else with iTunes does. To prove it go to the iTunes Store and try buying the 4K version of the movie you own in HD. It won’t let you because Apple gives you both. Apple did this to simplify purchasing
    So yes my HD code on my 3D blu will give me 4K streaming file and it will look great on my 4K TV and my iPhone XS Plus with its Oled screen.
    And if you insist otherwise please provide a link to it. Thanks!

    Sorry Noel but you ate definitely wrong and are misinformed. Check out the thread in the streaming forum for more info on how to upgrade HD purchases to 4K by gifting them to yourself.

    Again, the 3D digital code will only give you a HD iTunes copy.

  22. Wayne_j

    Any code you redeem for any movie directly from iTunes will give you the 4k version if available.

    Like I said. If you purchase directly from iTunes. Yes.

    NOT if you use a non 4K code thru MA for example. Like the 3D one.

    Trust me. We’ve gone over this multiple times in the streaming forums.

  23. Robert Crawford

    You won't be able to see any 4K downloads on your iPhone. 4K material is only available for streaming, not downloaded to devices.

    Correct. Instead of file I should have said access. Nonetheless it’s 4K streaming unlike what Tino keeps insisting. I went to the Apple 5th ave Store here and they verified. End of my discussion on 4K iTunes here.

  24. Not trying to be a wise guy, but my entire life the Godzilla brand has been associated with terrible movies that may still have some entertainment value. I never understood the desire to try and remake this series and expect to be taken seriously. This is one of the very few Godzilla films I have ever seen (including none of the recent re-boots)
    and it gave me exactly what I expected to get – lots of ridiculous monsters fighting real good in a story full of eye-rolling moments and illogic. It was worth it just to see the other monsters bow down to the King in the home stretch.

    However, I do wish someone would rescue the talented Vera Farmiga from Genre Hell.

  25. You’re just not listening.

    When you redeem your code from the 3D Blu-ray you will only get a HD stream on iTunes, vudu etc…

    Cranston37

    These are correct.

    View attachment 62310

    I’m not disputing this.

    I’m referring to the last “BUT” paragraph of the reddit post which is what I’ve been saying all along. Jeez.

  26. Tino

    You’re just not listening.

    When you redeem your code from the 3D Blu-ray you will only get a HD stream on iTunes, vudu etc…

    I’m not disputing this.

    I’m referring to the last “BUT” paragraph of the reddit post which is what I’ve been saying all along. Jeez.

    Listen to Apple NOT Reddit
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207949
    If I can stream it in 4K per Apple what difference does it matter? Besides you can’t download a 4K file from iTunes anyway.

  27. Rob W

    Not trying to be a wise guy, but my entire life the Godzilla brand has been associated with terrible movies that may still have some entertainment value. I never understood the desire to try and remake this series and expect to be taken seriously. This is one of the very few Godzilla films I have ever seen (including none of the recent re-boots)
    and it gave me exactly what I expected to get – lots of ridiculous monsters fighting real good in a story full of eye-rolling moments and illogic. It was worth it just to see the other monsters bow down to the King in the home stretch.

    However, I do wish someone would rescue the talented Vera Farmiga from Genre Hell.

    I couldn’t agree with you more. I liked the last Godzilla and looking forward to this one. And cannot wait to get the Criterion boxed set. If you havent pick up the Blu-ray of the original Mothra -it’s excellent.

  28. Tino

    Jeez @Cranston37 , I would have thought you at least would have backed me up. 😉

    I can't back you up because I'm not 100% you're right.

    My understanding, and I could be wrong, is that if Noel were to redeem the HD 3D code directly on iTunes, he will get his copy upgraded to 4K. If he redeems it at MA or Vudu, it stays HD.

  29. Cranston37

    I can't back you up because I'm not 100% sure you're correct.

    My understanding, and I could be wrong, is that if Noel were to redeem the HD 3D code directly on iTunes, he will get his copy upgraded to 4K. If he redeems it at MA or Vudu, it stays HD.

    I'm not taking a hard stand here. I'm only posting what my understanding of the situation is with the caveat that I do not claim my understanding to be correct.

    That’s my point. It is NOT redeemable directly on iTunes. It’s an MA code.

  30. Tino

    That’s my point. It is NOT redeemable directly on iTunes. It’s an MA code.

    Movies redeemed in MA show up in your iTunes library as PURCHASED- it doesn’t differentiate who what when or where. Perhaps that should help you.

  31. noel aguirre

    Movies redeemed in MA show up in your iTunes library as PURCHASED – it doesn’t differentiate who what when or where. Perhaps that should help you.

    Regardless of this Noel, you will not get a 4K copy in iTunes. I'm 100% sure if that.

  32. Robert Harris

    I had heard negative comments about the newest Godzilla incarnation, but came away pleasantly surprised, to find a reasonably cohesive, entertaining film, with nice effects, and terrific audio.

    It's a bit convoluted, but pay attention, and it all comes together.

    But viewing the film, I came away wondering why it was such an international production, especially in these days of nationalism.

    Why the Japanese, and Chinese involvement? Why the need for English actors?

    There have been rumors for decades that the Godzilla creature is somehow predicated upon Japanese films, but this couldn't be further from the truth.

    We can trace these creatures back to the work of Windsor McCay, and his creation Gertie the Dinosaur, in 1914. In 1933, an other quintessential American film, King Kong set new standards for stop-motion animation.

    But this is where things may get interesting, and many of us have been aware of the conspiracy theories for years. Sometime, decades ago, the camera negative of King Kong suspiciously went missing from the RKO vaults. There were whispers that it may have been stolen by a cranky employee, and sold to a collector. But recent reports, mention that it may have been seen in Japan.

    Which begs the question, What precisely are the Japanese holding over the heads of the Americans? The answer may exist in the fact that there was a virtually unknown American production, released in April of 1956, entitled Godzilla, King of the Monsters, which starred Raymond Burr, and an all-American cast. That American production, used the latest in stop-motion effects.

    Rumor is, that Toho, took this film, re-filmed numerous sequences, adding cheap effects (some say, a man in a rubber suit) and a myriad of Japanese actors, and took credit for its creation, much as they did for Key of Keys.

    They then followed this up, with a plethora of other monster films, all with Japanese casts, many actually filmed in Canada. This went on for years.

    But who holds the original negative to King Kong, and how does it affect the false information that these creatures were Japanese creations?

    Proper research will bring the truth.

    Obviously linking to missing negative, and the Japanese connection, Warner Bros., (remember, they own King Kong), has given work to two fine foreign actors whose work I admire – Ken Watanabe and Ziyi Zhang – but these roles could have been played by Americans, except that they perpetuate the foreign connection.

    Then there's the ingenue, the young teen who saves the day – played by Millie Brown, some TV actress.

    One could easily have cast Julia Butters, who with a bit of makeup, could easily play a young teen. She could probably play Churchill if she desired.

    Ah, and more British actors taking the food from Americans – Sally Hawkins and Charles Dance. I admire their work greatly, especially Mr. Dance, but was Ian McShane, one of the great American actors not available? He was wonderful in John Wick 3, and what would Deadwood have been without him?

    But I'm getting off topic, and the reason for this thread to is to make note of the fact that the newest Godzilla incarnation is a very decent film, and worthy of a spin.

    It's a wonderful addition to one's growing 4k library.

    Now, if someone can find that original King Kong negative, and get it back to it's rightful owner…

    Image – 5

    Audio – 5 (Dolby Atmos)

    Pass / Fail – Pass

    Recommended

    RAH
    [parsehtml]
    <iframe style="width:120px;height:240px;" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" src="//ws-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&OneJS=1&Operation=GetAdHtml&MarketPlace=US&source=ss&ref=as_ss_li_til&ad_type=product_link&tracking_id=htfbluraypricedrops0e-20&language=en_US&marketplace=amazon&region=US&placement=B07RMGC75V&asins=B07RMGC75V&linkId=2a5d47458d7710ec4718d6bed9385d31&show_border=true&link_opens_in_new_window=true"></iframe>
    [/parsehtml]

    Godzilla is King!

  33. noel aguirre

    That’s laughable as I previously said I was getting it so how could I.
    However I just checked Apollo 13 which does and never bought the 4K version.
    Again read the link I sent you from Apple not once but twice. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207949
    May I suggest a reading comprehension course?

    So you have actually played the digital stream of Godzilla in 4K/Dolby Vision? If so, again which service did you redeem your Godzilla code at?

  34. noel aguirre

    That’s laughable as I previously said I was getting it so how could I.
    However I just checked Apollo 13 which does and never bought the 4K version.
    Again read the link I sent you from Apple not once but twice. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207949
    May I suggest a reading comprehension course?

    So you have actually played the digital stream of Godzilla in 4K/Dolby Vision? If so, again which service did you redeem your Godzilla code at?

  35. Cranston37

    My last post on the subject, Noel.

    This is from my post above, with info direct from Apple, about when you will NOT get a 4K upgrade.

    Good luck. Peace out.
    View attachment 62317

    That article is related to downloadable copies- I’m talking about streaming. Apple streams based upon the device capability per Apple.
    Godzilla is King.

  36. By the way I do own the iTunes 4K and VUDU UHD streams with Dolby Atmos and it looks and sounds terrific.

    As I said before, I enjoyed the film much more watching it a second time.

    Next up is the 4K disc and then the 3D version.

  37. Tino

    By the way I do own the iTunes 4K and VUDU UHD streams with Dolby Atmos and it looks and sounds terrific.

    As I said before, I enjoyed the film much more watching it a second time.

    Next up is the 4K disc and then the 3D version.

    I watched the 4K disc last night Tino, and it looks noticeably better to me than the 4K stream. Enjoy!

  38. Robert Crawford

    I'm asking these questions again.

    As I previously said in the thread from the very beginning I am getting the 3D Blu-ray and not the 4K because I will be able to stream it in 4K anyways via my ATV 4K and iPhoneXS Plus. Which means I do not at this present time own it. But I will certainly get back to you and sent a screen shot as it appears on my iPhone that it will stream in 4K.

  39. dpippel

    I watched the 4K disc last night Tino, and it looks noticeably better to me than the 4K stream. Enjoy!

    I would be surpassed if it didn’t. That’s inherent in all streaming. However 3D is the ultimate viewing experience as it was filmed with that purpose in mind

  40. noel aguirre

    As I previously said in the thread from the very beginning I am getting the 3D Blu-ray and not the 4K because I will be able to stream it in 4K anyways via my ATV 4K and iPhoneXS Plus. Which means I do not at this present time own it. But I will certainly get back to you and sent a screen shot as it appears on my iPhone that it will stream in 4K.

    Do you have the ability to stream it on your ATV 4K unit and if so, how does it look in 4K/Dolby Vision?

  41. Cranston37

    You cannot download 4K files, Noel.

    At all. Doesn't exist.

    That is how I know we are talking about streaming.

    It also makes me think that if you didn't know that, there's a fighting chance you don't know some of the other stuff the 3 of us fairy smart guys are trying to tell you either.

    So I can only repeat what I've been saying for the last 2 pages:

    If you are able to redeem your Godzilla HD code directly through iTunes, you will be able to stream in 4K.

    If you redeem your Godzilla HD code on MA, you will not be able to stream in 4K.

    View attachment 62322

    Never said you could.
    Carry on

  42. Cranston37

    @noel aguirre, last night I inquired on another forum with those who have the 3D disc in hand as to whether you will get the 4K stream on iTunes and woke up to confirmation that the code does only give an HD stream.

    Just trying to help.

    As were we all. To no avail unfortunately.

  43. Interesting considering Merle Oberon's account of how protective Frances was of her husband's personal prints. Terrible how incompetant people get a hold of such valuable legacies and toss them out.

  44. The above list of Levine's '60s films made me curious so I was somewhat gobsmacked to find he was also a producer in some capacity even if at times uncredited of The Producers, Contempt, Zulu, Caper of the Golden Bulls, Long Days Journey into Night and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Certainly a man of catholic tastes.

  45. I did think of getting a 65" at the time but really did not have the room and was trying to avoid a long HDMI run to the back of the living room. Maybe when I am ready for a new tv I might go with a larger display. But this Sony A9F OLED has a great picture which makes up for the size. And yes it is a 55" and I know you where kidding. 😀

  46. Cranston37

    @noel aguirre, last night I inquired on another forum with those who have the 3D disc in hand as to whether you will get the 4K stream on iTunes and woke up to multiple confirmations that the code does only give an HD stream.

    Just trying to help.

    View attachment 62358

    I appreciate that. My copy arrives Friday. I am beginning to think some studios do and others don’t. I confirmed on my new iPad actually that many I bought HD are in 4K as the AppleTV provides a folder with all my 4K titles. I can screen capture if you’d like – I can only give you my word that I don’t own most of these on 4K disc. Also some 4K titles I’ve bought only gave me an HD version in AppleTV ie Mary Poppins Returns yet Movies Anywhere is providing it in 4K. So maybe I’d depends on the studio and their individual agreements with Apple? Thanks again.

  47. noel aguirre

    I am beginning to think some studios do and others don’t. I confirmed on my new iPad actually that many I bought HD are in 4K as the AppleTV provides a folder with all my 4K titles. I can screen capture if you’d like – I can only give you my word that I don’t own most of these on 4K disc.

    Noel, I think the point we're having a hard time getting across is that it depends how and where the movie was obtained as to whether you get a 4K upgrade from Apple. The Reddit chart I posted spells it out perfectly.

    If you had been able to redeem your Godzilla HD code directly through iTunes – upgrade. But because you have to redeem it through MA – no upgrade. Both however will be listed as "purchased."

    noel aguirre

    Also some 4K titles I’ve bought only gave me an HD version in AppleTV ie Mary Poppins Returns yet Movies Anywhere is providing it in 4K. So maybe I’d depends on the studio and their individual agreements with Apple?

    Disney does not have any 4K content on iTunes.

    In case you didn't see it in the Godzilla 3D thread, Tino obtained a copy and also confirmed that iTunes does not upgrade it to 4K…

  48. Just purchased Godzilla: King Of The Monsters and had to go to two stores to get it! Best Buy showed one on hand but no one could find the only copy in the store and then I managed to get the last one at the local Target. Looks like this movie is selling well on 4K UHD Blu-ray. Going to try and watch this movie today!

    View attachment 62716

  49. Dave Moritz

    Just purchased Godzilla: King Of The Monsters and had to go to two stores to get it! Best Buy showed one on hand but no one could find the only copy in the store and then I managed to get the last one at the local Target. Looks like this movie is selling well on 4K UHD Blu-ray. Going to try and watch this movie today!

    View attachment 62716

    Dave, you should see a dermatologist. I’m sure he could help clear up your skin condition. 😉

  50. This was my second viewing of the movie but first time watching it at home. First time I watched it was with a focus group at Warner Bros before the movie was released and was not a 100% complete finished movie with effects. But I enjoyed this movie as it is a good solid monster movie with a good story line. The audio track is wild and if you have a good system Godzilla feels like he is in the room with you. Is it a great movie? I wouldn't go that far but it has a good storyline, good special effects, good sound and did I forget Godzilla. Alot of low light scenes but that did not bother me and for a Godzilla movie they work. So fire up the surround, pop in the 4K disc and have some popcorn ready because this IMHO is an enjoyable flick!

    View attachment 62727

Leave a Reply