Aaron Taylor-Johnson—————–Ford Brody
Bryan Cranston————————-Joe Brody
Juliette Binoche————————-Sandra Brody
Elizabeth Olsen————————–Elle Brody
Ken Watanabe—————————Dr. Ichiro Serizawa
David Strathaim————————-Admiral William Stenz
Directed by Gareth Edwards.
Screenplay by Max Borenstein.
Story by Dave Callaham.
Joe Brody (Cranston) watched his wife die during a freak accident at a power plant. Unable to accept that it was an accident Joe continues to investigate by going into the quarantine zone. What he finds is that it was not an accident but an attack by a creature. He is captured in this quarantine zone and his son Ford (Taylor-Johnson) comes to his aid. Dr. Ichiro Serizawa (Watanabe) has his own theory of what actually happened and when he shares his theory, he also shares the name of the creature……Godzilla. Well, it turns out that there are two other creatures called MUTO’s (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism) that use radiation to help their young grow. These creatures are doing their best to procreate and Godzilla is trying to restore balance to the Earth. We get front row seats to one massive fight between these creatures, one incredible scene has Godzilla near the Golden Gate Bridge. The special effects were outstanding and were worth the price of admission. The acting in this movie is just not important although the performances all around were good, there was not one single character that stood out as special.
Runtime: 123 Minutes
Production Budget: $160,000,000.
Domestic: Not Finished Run Yet.
Worldwide: Not Finished Run Yet.
CC Rating: 7 out of 10
Screenplay: I could not find the screenplay.
Directors’ Previous Movies: Monsters (2010)
If you liked this try: Godzilla (1998), Pacific Rim, Jurrasic Park Series.