The film delights in the familiar, and is the perfect outing for those seeking a not-too-challenging family-friendly adventure.
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When put up against other movies, “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” isn’t going to land anywhere near the top of the list. But when compared to similar films in the kaiju genre, it’s a grade A effort.
Most of the film falls into a by-the-numbers, rise-and-fall trajectory of self discovery of a very lonely, down in the dumps, substance abusing man who just happens to be one of the world’s greatest musical talents.
It has always been the golden rule to never judge a book by its cover, or a film by its trailer.
There’s something about the unexpectedly shrewd beauty and the beast storyline that proves as charming as it is thoughtful. This is a smart romantic comedy for smart audiences.