You'll have a blast!
Just when you thought nothing could kill Godzilla, turns out a handful of time travelers want to isolate the monster somewhere in the past, therefore getting earth rid of the incessant threat. It is much darker than the two previous films, though it brings cheese and innocence back in the franchise through means of cute alien creatures, psychedelic graphics and light comedy.
Humor is no excuse for inconsistent dialog, but at least this sequel is fast-paced and knows we came for thrills. Random action filler is better than conversational padding to most Godzilla fans so you'll probably enjoy yourself. The effects are crisp and the photo impressively mastered. Some of the color keying feels behind its time, something inherent to kaiju films, mind you.
Can’t wait to see Ghidorah's new look? The dragon looks amazing. It’s a very complex beast, an animated wonder and a truly beautiful thing that’s more than worth your while. When it’s not on screen, twists are revealed and backstory narrative bits about both Godzilla and the three-headed titan are dropped in . This culminates in another graceful battle, as per tradition.