Scientists discover a giant fossil and one egg which has hatched and one egg which has been damaged. The egg that had hatched was MUTO and he went to Japan and destroyed a nuclear power plant. He feeds on nuclear radiation and grows stronger/massive.
After 15 years MUTO outside the old nuclear area, MUTO attacks breaks free. He goes to America where a female MUTO destroys Las Vegas.
SPOILER ALERT Then Godzilla follows them and fights the male MUTO and he slams it into a building and it dies. After that the building collapses on Godzilla and everyone thinks he’s dead. The female MUTO lays some eggs and tries to stop a boat with a nuclear missile on it, but Godzilla has a massive battle with her and blasts plasma down her throat and tears off her head.
My favourite part was in San Francisco where everyone was relaxing and on the tv news it was saying ‘Las Vegas Attack’ and no one was taking any notice until the wall smashed and MUTO was outside. My other favourite part was when the firemen broke down a door and the Elvis Presley song that me and Dad sing to my sister was playing and then the firemen look outside because the wall is destroyed. All these other buildings with MUTO destroying most of the city and all these helicopters flying around that’s when the song goes: “You’re the Devil in disguise”
It was awesome, I give it 5 out of 5 stars ;D
May 19, 2014 | Categories: Movie Reviews by Kids for Kids | Tags: Action, Aliens, Blockbuster, Classic, Comic Book Movies, Controversial, Cult, Elvis Presley, Franchise, Gareth Edwards, Godjira, Godzilla, Hollywood, Icons, Images, Kaiju, Las Vegas, Legend, Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism, Monsters, MUTO, Suspense, Violence | 2 Comments
With Gareth Edwards’ new film Godzilla hitting theaters tonight, people are once again talking about his first feature, Monsters which was one of the best movies of 2010. It would seem to be a good time to debut the new Monsters: Dark Continent trailer. This sequel features Edwards as an exec producer, along with his Monsters star Scott McNairy. Tom Green directed from a script by Jay Basu, and this time the action moves to the Middle East, where US military forces are dealing with a different sort of “infected zone” full of monsters. Check out the new trailer…
May 16, 2014 | Categories: Trailers | Tags: Action, Aliens, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Franchise, Gareth Edwards, Godzilla, Horror, Icons, Independent, Infected Zonw, Jay Basu, Kaiju, Legend, Monsters, Post Apocalyptic, Scoot McNairy, Suspense, Thriller, Tom Green, Video Clips, Violence | Leave a comment
July 31, 2013 | Categories: Short Films, Trailers | Tags: Action, Aliens, Blockbuster, Charlie Hunnam, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Franchise, Giant Robots, Godzilla, Guillermo Del Toro, Icons, Japanese, Kaiju, Pacific Rim, Post Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi, Suspense, Violence | Leave a comment
Official Godzilla poster and a couple of cool art versions from Phantom City Creative… Enjoy
July 18, 2013 | Categories: Posters | Tags: Action, Aliens, anime, Art, arts, Blockbuster, Classic, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Foreign, Franchise, Giant Monsters, Godzilla, Icons, illustration, Images, Japanese, Kaiju, Legendary Pictures, Pacific Rim, Post Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi, Suspense, Violence | Leave a comment
July 15, 2013 | Categories: Movie Reviews by Kids for Kids | Tags: 6 Year old, Action, Aliens, Art, Australian, Blockbuster, Comic Book Movies, Controversial, Cult, Gaming, General Zod, Giant Monsters, Guillermo Del Toro, Hollywood, Icons, Jaeger, Kaiju, Kids Movie Reviews, Kids Reviews, Pacific Rim, Post Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi, Suitable for a Child, Suitable for Children | 2 Comments
July 14, 2013 | Categories: Posters | Tags: Action, Aliens, Art, Blockbuster, Charlie Hunnam, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Franchise, Giant Robots, Guillermo Del Toro, Icons, Jaeger, Kaiju, Kikuchi Rinko, Legend, Movie Poster Art, Pacific Rim, Post Apocalyptic, Rinko Kikuchi, Sci-Fi, Suspense, Violence | Leave a comment
Pacific Rim begins with an incredibly entertaining backstory informing us that ‘we’ the human race had gotten it wrong, we were looking to the skies for clues to an alien invasion. A fissure between two tectonic plates in the Pacific opens up a portal that allows Kaiju, giant Godzilla inspired monsters access to cities bordering the Pacific Ocean… Massive destruction ensues.
The human race fights back by building Jaegers, giant robots manned by two pilots, linked by mind-meld technology called ‘The Drift’. Jumping forward a few years and Jaeger pilots are treated like rock stars. Our hero, Raleigh Becket (Charlie Hunnam) and his brother Yancey, pilot their Jaeger against a Kaiju off Anchorage… things don’t go well and Yancey is killed. Another five years later and Raleigh is ‘off the grid’ working construction on a giant sea wall along the Pacific coastline. He’s called back into service by his ex-commander, Stacker Pentecost (Idris Elba) to co-pilot his old robot out of Hong Kong with a new partner… More massive destruction ensues.
Directed by Guillermo Del Toro, Pacific Rim is visually spectacular. The Hong Kong city sets are reminiscent of Blade Runner, run down neon reflected in rain-swept streets. It’s here we feature a quirky side story with Ron Perlman as a dealer in Kaiju parts. The visual effects are as spectacular as you would expect, and work exceptionally well in the 3D format, although a few more wide shots would have allowed us to take in the scale more clearly.
The movie only falls flat in the non-effects driven sequences as the dialogue is fairly cheesy and delivered a little too straight most of the time and a little too comical from the ‘scientists’ who help Pentecost look for a way to bring the Kaiju down. Del Toro got the balance right with the Hellboy movies but it generally falls flat throughout most of Pacific Rim. A special mention must got to the two ‘Australian’ Jaeger pilots, as they deliver some of the worst accents I’ve ever heard.
But we go to see these movies for the spectacle, and Pacific Rim delivers more than its fair share in that department. The battles are huge and numerous, matching and exceeding the Transformers battles. This is blockbuster popcorn entertainment on a massive scale. Not Del Toro’s best work, but it’s great to have him back directing again after his numerous scripting and producing duties over the last few years. My 7 year old is jumping out of his skin to see this, he’ll see it on the weekend and his review will follow, but I can guarantee now it will be five stars from him.
July 12, 2013 | Categories: REVIEW: Pacific Rim | Tags: Action, Aliens, Art, Blockbuster, Charlie Day, Charlie Hunnam, Comedy, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Franchise, Godzilla, Guillermo Del Toro, Hollywood, Icons, Idris Elba, Images, jaegers, Kaiju, Kikuchi Rinko, Post Apocalyptic, Rinko Kikuchi, Ron Perlman, Suspense, Thriller, Violence | Leave a comment