Third title in the MonsterVerse of Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros. studios is preparing for release – May 31 is the date when Godzilla: King of the Monsters will arrive in our cinemas (simultaneously with the debut in the US). The film, which follows Godzilla (2014) and Kong: Skull Island (2017), had the first screenings for the press, and the reactions of viewers recommend it as “the Godzilla movie of modern times” (Paul Shirley, JoBlo .com) and “the most crazy, fun American film in the history of kaiju productions” (David Crow, Den of Geek).
“The fans of other Toho monsters [the Japanese company that released the series of films with “Gojira”, Such as Mothra, will not be disappointed. This movie is a strange hybrid between Godzilla’s adoration, Ghidorah and the rest, and the unbridled enthusiasm of wrestling nightlife, “says David Crow on his Twitter page.
“King of the Monsters is all that the Godzilla movie, since 2014, was not; keeps the best elements of the production called and multiplies them by 100; monstrous action that shakes the room, “says Shirley.
Erik Davies, from Fandango.com, writes: “Godzilla: King of the Monsters raises considerably the level of monster films. The battle scenes are gorgeous, frightening and torn from the pages of a graphic novel that exposes the tension of extreme danger. If you want to see a cinematic clash between giant monsters, this movie gives you what you want and even more. I can not wait for Godzilla vs. Kong [2020, n. Red.]! “.
“As no one expert in the Godzilla films (and this will be right, I swear!), I was lucky enough to see King of the Monsters in Tokyo a few weeks ago. If you want to see action like Kaiju vs. Kaiju, you will not be disappointed, “says Terri Schwartz of IGN.com.
“King of the Monsters is absolutely awesome. Undoubtedly, I enjoyed most of all the productions seen at this time of year at the cinema; is the best added title MonsterVerse so far. The scale is phenomenal and every action scene could become your new wallpaper. See it on the largest possible screen, “recommends Dan Casey from Nerdlist.com.
Analysts expect the film to raise about $ 50-60 million in the United States at the weekend, much less than 2014, Godzilla ($ 93 million). The reason for this is the strong competition he will have at that weekend where John Wick 3: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, Aladdin and Rocketman, the biographical film about Elton John.
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