A lot of critics know and understand the basics of the 1954 Godzilla, but they have less of an understanding of what makes a great Godzilla sequel. This movie has by far the most Toho magic of any non-Japanese Godzilla movie to date. I address the box office, the critical reviews, and how the way this film was edited is a big reason for the film’s underperformance. The related topic for this episode is eco-terrorism and climate change.
This episode is dedicated to director Michael Dougherty.
I’d like to send a shout-out to our patrons Kyoei Toshi, Sean Stiff, William Mize, and Eric White. Thank you for your support! I really appreciate it.
Introduction: 0:00 – 2:16
Part 1 – Film Description: 2:16 – 12:14
Part 2 – Opinion and Analysis: 12:14 – 1:16:53
Part 3 – Related Topic: 1:16:53 – 1:38:49
Closing: 1:38:49 – End
Host/Editor/Director/Scenic Videos: Brian Scherschel
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