Top 10 Things To Remember Before Seeing Godzilla: King of the Monsters

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When the King of the Monsters comes to town, you better be prepared. So here are Top 10 Things To Remember Before Seeing Godzilla: King of the Monsters. This big event that’s gonna bring together ALL of the Kaiju (like Mothra, Ghidorah, Rodan) is gonna be pretty good. Read up on Godzilla: Aftershock, acquaint yourself with the Shobijin (maybe Millie Bobby Brown?), and just know that there are more Godzilla movies on the horizon. What do you think this movie is gonna be like?

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11 thoughts on “Top 10 Things To Remember Before Seeing Godzilla: King of the Monsters

  1. I mean. If Godzilla in this movie is on fire. Even if it’s temporary. And fighting his greatest foe: Ghidora. What good is KK against him . Even if we get an awesome fight.

  2. If this movie does well (which I personally think it will do great, especially in a time where moviegoers are excited for “movie-verse” type films that are all connected) then I think Michael Dougherty should tag along either to production so Adam Wingard can take the directors chair or Michael Dougherty should direct and Adam W. should handle production. Michael Dougherty is a fan of godzilla/Kaiju and very well versed in the history of the films and he seems to respect the lore from the older stories/films even in the showa era. You can tell he is very passionate about these films and it’s nice to see a fan take the wheel and steer it in the right direction.

  3. Props for pronouncing Ghidorah the Japanese way. I know you guys will get flak from English speakers, but there’s never been a consistent way of saying that name in the various dubs anyways. Throughout the eras, there’s at least 3 different English pronunciations, but most put the emphasis on the middle syllable, ala “Ghi-DOOR-ah” when Japanese words more often emphasize the first syllable, as in “GHI-dor-ah”.

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