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A Decade of Godzilla: Our Top 5 Godzilla films of the last 10 years!

A Decade of Godzilla: Our Top 5 Godzilla films of the last 10 years!

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Tonight, 2019 comes to an end and also concludes another decade. This past decade saw quite a variety of new Godzilla movies hit the silver screen and we even saw the King of Monsters make his Netflix debut in anime films! The last 10 years proved interest in giant monster / Kaiju movies are still at an all-time high - with related properties such as Pacific Rim and Rampage taking advantage of the hype as well. This post outlines our top picks for the best Godzilla films to have released over the last decade - ranked based on our own critical opinions, regardless necessarily of box office performance or overall fan reaction. Due to this, we encourage you to submit your OWN list in the comments section below! The list is ordered in descending order - so our least favorites are listed first, with our top pick at the end.

#5 - Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters (2018)

The first anime Godzilla film to debut on Netflix involved a plot which saw the human race escape Earth after Godzilla wreaks havoc upon the planet. Thousands of years later, they return from space to destroy the giant monster and reclaim their home. The concept in general was intriguing and hype for the animated project increased exponentially as its streaming date drew near. However, despite the intention by directors Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Seshita, the film fell short of expectations. The Godzilla introduced was essentially a giant plant (No, Biollante was not even referenced) and followed the unorthodox approach to re-inventing Godzilla as a force of nature. The attempt at reinvention left fans scratching their heads, confused and resentful of the concept. Although some praised the film for its originality, many felt the pacing, development and overall experience was rather boring.

#4 - Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (2018)

The sequel to Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters cranked things up a notch. The plot outline for the Planet of the Monsters sequel involved Haruo and his allies who encounter a mysterious aboriginal tribe who were descendants of the humans who had been left behind on Earth 20,000 years prior. They eventually uncover a mechanized city-sized fortress formed from the long-lost anti-Godzilla weapon called Mechagodzilla. Yeah, they brought back Mecha-G - which is why the sequel ranks higher on our list. Although pacing wise and overall experience still fell below expectations, at least we got some added fan service in the resurrection of Mechagodzilla.

#3 - Shin-Gojira (Shin Godzilla) (2016)

The controversial Shin-Gojira was actually a very well done Godzilla movie by our standards. Directors Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi really pushed the envelop with Shin Godzilla - bringing Gojira back to his roots - a symbolic representation of man's abuse of power and abomination of natural resources. The film was a visual spectacle as well and it was even nominated for 11 Japanese academy awards, including Best Picture. Hideaki Anno won Kinema Junpo's Best Screenwriter Award and Shin Godzilla was ranked a Top 2016 Film as well.

A sequel was one time considered, but Toho decided to scrap it in favor of building a massive Godzilla cinematic universe instead. As disappointed as we were to hear this news - we remain hopeful that Shin-Gojira will see the silver screen at least one more time in the next decade.

(Also read: Shin Godzilla vs. GMK: The Battle Over Japanese Nationalism)

#2 - Godzilla (2014)

The film which kickstarted the Monsterverse and propelled Godzilla higher than he had ever been in Hollywood before - Gareth Edwards' rendition of Godzilla in 2014 set the stage for what would become one of the best adaptations of the King of Monsters we will ever see. With Gareth's unique eye for realism and being a Godzilla fan at heart himself, Godzilla (2014) put Godzilla on the map and made average movie-goers who might not have been G-Fans prior, obsessed with the Monster King. Unfortunately despite a relatively well-executed Godzilla movie, fans and critics took issue with the use of Bryan Cranston's character (who died way too soon) and the lack of actual Monster footage and fight scenes. Regardless, Godzilla '14 was a fresh take, big budget attempt at modernizing a timeless Japanese icon for western audiences and it succeeded in doing just that. Not only did it draw attention to the relatively dormant movie franchise at the time, but it also birthed a massive cinematic universe which also gave us a remastered King Kong in Kong: Skull Island.

This film is also the reason this website was created in the first place as well - so it will always hold a very special place in our hearts. Godzilla-Movies was born as a refuge for G-Fans around the globe who wished to learn more about the Hollywood re-invention and discuss all things Godzilla with other fans across North America and beyond. Since then, the site has become one of the top Godzilla sites and forums on the net! Without Godzilla (2014), we would likely have never grown to the size we are now.

#1 - Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters (2019)

Those who complained about the lack of Monster action in Gareth Edwards' Godzilla (2014) were silenced pretty quickly when Michael Dougherty took the wheel on Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters. The sequel to Godzilla '14 and third Monsterverse installment switched gears and cranked up the chaos - introducing 3 additional iconic Toho Monsters to the mix. Rodan, Mothra and the mighty King Ghidorah were all given ample screentime to make up for the lack of screentime the MUTO and Godzilla received in its prequel. Not only that - Dougherty made sure there was plenty of fan service - bringing back many of the original Monsters' trademark sounds and theme songs. Godzilla himself received design upgrades to make him look more like the 1954 original and the Human characters were not as bland or easily forgettable as the ones in Edwards' film. Not to mention - Burning Godzilla - Hell yeah.

Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters easily ranks at the top of our list for its improved approach, extreme fan service, respect of source material, usage of themes and soundtracks, pacing, plot development and characters. All around - KOTM is a Godzilla movie you can watch over and over and over again and never get bored by - it is exactly what the fans wanted and although box office numbers may not have shared the same enthusiasm as us hard core fans, it remains one of the most true Americanized Godzilla films to ever be released - an instant classic by all accounts.

Although 2019 ends this past decade of Godzilla, the next decade will begin with the titular title Godzilla vs. Kong arriving in theaters November - hopefully kicking off another decade full of Godzilla movies!

Agree with our list and how we ranked each film? Disagree? Either way - sound off in the comments and let us know!

Happy New Year, G-Fans! Here's to another amazing decade of geeking out over our favorite movie Monster!

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This article was written By Chris and published on 2019-12-31 14:24:09

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Godzilla 2: King of the Monsters is the sequel to Gareth Edwards' Godzilla (2014) and is being directed by Michael Dougherty. The film will introduce Rodan, Mothra, King Ghidorah and more monsters to the Warner Brothers / Legendary Monsterverse cinematic universe. For information on Godzilla 2's cast, plot, release date and to download the film's official movie posters, please visit the Godzilla: King of the Monsters about page here!

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35 Fan responses to A Decade of Godzilla: Our Top 5 Godzilla films of the last 10 years!

Xenotaris #TeamMothra

Dec-31-2019 5:23 PM

awesome

KingSalomonMMIV #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 7:05 PM

5. Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle

4. Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters

3. Godzilla: King of the Monsters

2. Shin Godzilla

1. Godzilla 2014

 

That's just me personally. The top three are constantly switching around and are very hard to compare (they're pretty different from one another), but that's what I've settled with.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 7:25 PM

This list is me in a nutshell in terms of favorites, although I haven't actually seen Shin or the Anime films in full yet.

Also...

"A sequel was one time considered, but Toho decided to scrap it in favor of building a massive Godzilla cinematic universe instead. As disappointed as we were to hear this news - we remain hopeful that Shin-Gojira will see the silver screen at least one more time in the next decade."

I actually think Shin works better as a standalone Godzilla film, but that's just me.

dk

Dec-31-2019 8:08 PM

I have only seen two- 2014 and KOTM.

I found 2014 underwhelming but really enjoyed KOTM.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 8:10 PM

dk I loved 2014 when it first came out, but it kind of waned after I saw KOTM. I'm always going to remember it fondly, though; I'll never forget the feeling of seeing Godzilla show up at Honolulu, and it felt like I was seeing him for real for the first time in my life.

KingSalomonMMIV #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 8:11 PM

@JurassicKaiju14

I actually think Shin works better as a standalone Godzilla film, but that's just me.

I completely agree. Shin Godzilla is a political satire and it made it's point in one movie. I feel like a Shin 2 would be completely unnecessary. 

dk

Dec-31-2019 8:24 PM

JurassicKaiju14 I enjoyed the bombast of Godzilla 2014 in all its glory but the rest was pretty boring to me. The characters were very forgettable.

The Hooded Figure #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 8:48 PM

I prefer the anime trilogy. Shin Godzilla is the best Godzilla film of the 2010s, Godzilla (2014) was decent for a Hollywood production, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters was just terrible.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 8:48 PM

dk Agreed. The only really memorable characters in 2014 were Joe Brody and Serizawa.

For all the problems that KOTM has, at least its characters felt like actual characters as opposed to people that the camera follows around.

It's kind of funny, too. Back when 2014 was released, I actually praised it for not having a Hollywood divorce couple, and I kind of rolled my eyes when I found out that would be a part of KOTM. But then I actually watched the movie and realized, as flawed as it was, I actually liked its story better.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 9:16 PM

The Hooded Figure I haven't seen the Anime trilogy yet (even though I do have Netflix, so I could watch it whenever I want) but given all that I've heard and read about it, I don't feel particularly inclined to do so. Godzilla being an electromagnetic metallic plant was a big turn-off for me, and I'm honestly surprised that nobody has started calling this one GINO 2.0.

I haven't seen Shin Godzilla either, but I have heard good things about it, and the clips I've seen of his two-minute atomic decimation of Tokyo gave me legitimate chills. I'm just unsure about the dragging political side of it, and I'm not too fond of Godzilla's design in the movie.

2014 was the movie that really cemented my love for Godzilla. It may not be my favorite anymore, but I'll never forget how much it made me feel like Godzilla was a real animal right before my eyes. It made me a G-fan.

As for KOTM...well, first off I do acknowledge that it is a very flawed movie. Taking a few courses in a Communications and Media Arts major helped me see that. Even when I was watching it I was like "Okay, I can definitely see where the critics are coming from. But c'mon, 'cinema is dead'? 'Worse than Russian bots'? 'Crawl is better because it has a cute dog'? For real, critics of the internet?" That being said, for all of the problems I acknowledge it has, I still love the living daylights out of KOTM. It really is more in line with the kind of Godzilla film I've always wanted to see. I for one am excited for Godzilla vs. Kong, and I hope the additional time between now and it's release will give the studio time to iron out the problems KOTM suffered from and give us an A+ movie.

The Hooded Figure #TeamGodzilla

Dec-31-2019 9:50 PM

“I haven't seen the Anime trilogy yet (even though I do have Netflix, so I could watch it whenever I want) but given all that I've heard and read about it, I don't feel particularly inclined to do so. Godzilla being an electromagnetic metallic plant was a big turn-off for me, and I'm honestly surprised that nobody has started calling this one GINO 2.0.

I haven't seen Shin Godzilla either, but I have heard good things about it, and the clips I've seen of his two-minute atomic decimation of Tokyo gave me legitimate chills. I'm just unsure about the dragging political side of it, and I'm not too fond of Godzilla's design in the movie”

You’re judging something before giving it a chance. It may be what some fans cater to, it may not be to others, but not watching it because of opinions and reviews from what others say, or the characteristics and themes prevalent in said films, is silly. I didn’t expect much from Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and I continued lowering my expectations upon reading reviews regarding the film, but I watched it anyway and allowed myself to decide what I thought of the film.

It’s good that Godzilla (2014) helped to make you a Godzilla fan, but what’s the point of embracing as one if not allowing yourself to watch and experience other films of the franchise that contributes to the significance and representations of Godzilla and the occurring events? One never knows what they’re missing out on until they try.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Dec-31-2019 11:08 PM

Lulz. I clearly did not write this.

dk

Dec-31-2019 11:22 PM

Given the history and sheer amount of movies, I have seen about 4 or 5 DVDs that I own and the rest were a blur on a marathon back in 2015 or 16 on Hulu- or stuff I saw on Creature Feature as a kid. I don't know which movies were in a specific series or timeline since everything was out of order. All I remember was the ones I really liked were the Toho ones. I just judge each movie on its own merits.

That said, I consider the Monsterversr as the only series I have seen all movies and am tracking so far.

And shouldn't a movie stand on its own anyway?

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Dec-31-2019 11:30 PM

dk,
And they all largely do.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 4:19 AM

The Hooded Figure I do plan on seeing all of them eventually. I just haven't gotten around to it yet.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-01-2020 10:24 AM

I don't particularly like listing, but my certainty is that Shin Godzilla was easily the best. King of the Monsters, the worst.

Though I think it might've been more interesting to look at the varied films from a stylistic perspective than ranking. The fact we got 6 Godzilla films this decade that are more varied than the Millennium series is quite a treat.

Chris #TeamMothra

Jan-01-2020 1:30 PM

We definitely need a GMan version of this breakdown to contrast my list hahaha

dk

Jan-01-2020 2:26 PM

It is sounding more and more like Shin is the one to see. 

KingSalomonMMIV #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 3:23 PM

@dk

Yes, Shin is a must see

 

dk

Jan-01-2020 3:25 PM

KingSalomonMMIV I am looking to see if there is an English dubbed version since I would rather not deal with subtitles. Thank you.

KingSalomonMMIV #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 4:03 PM

@dk

I borrowed the movie from the library twice, and both times I watched it in the original Japanese language with English subtitles, but I never checked to see if there was an English dub. I did just google it, and I read that there is dub in both the blu-ray and dvd, so you should be able to see to see it in English no problem.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-01-2020 5:25 PM

dk,
There is an English dub by the same voice actors FUNimation uses for their anime--So it's quite... "animated".

I can't deal with English dubs, but Shin Godzilla is very dialog heavy and just missing one line could potentially throw the entire movie off for you. On the other hand it's made it very rewatchable.

dk

Jan-01-2020 5:36 PM

I found one on Amazon. I don't mind overdubs since most older Godzilla movies and other movies have had them. Some are pretty good while others are ridiculous. What I don't like is reading dialogue while action is happening. 

Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 6:22 PM

I don’t know whether to make my list based on enjoyment level or quality level, cause that choices will make a big difference where KOTM ends up.

Titan of Water #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 6:27 PM

Aw what they heck, why not both.

Based on enjoyment:

1. KOTM 

2. Shin Godzilla 

3. Godzilla 2014

4. Planet of the Monsters 

5. City on the Edge of Battle

6. Planet Eater 

Based on Quality:

1. Shin Godzilla 

2. Planet of the Monsters 

3. Planet Eater

4. Godzilla 2014

5. City on the Edge of Battle 

6. KOTM 

KingSalomonMMIV #TeamGodzilla

Jan-01-2020 6:53 PM

@Titan of Water

I know, KotM for me is the most rewatchable, but as far as quality goes, it's at the bottom of the list. 

Gomi: Ninja Monster #TeamMothra

Jan-01-2020 7:08 PM

Nice, this is staying remarkably civil for a ranking post. Guess I can toss my list in then.

5. Planet of the Monsters
4. The Planet Eater
3. Godzilla 2014
2. Shin Godzilla
1. KOTM

I'm not denying that Shin is a superior movie in terms of general quality, but KOTM has the top spot for the same reason Final Wars used to share no.1 with Shin: I like kaiju action, occasionally goofy, nonsensical, giant monster brawls. No amount of technically questionable plot or story decisions and character writing will change that. Same reason 2014 beats Planet Eater. Aside from Joe Brody the main characters of '14 were boring to watch, but when Godzilla and Co. were actually on screen it was glorious, whereas Planet Eater had the exact opposite problem. The plot and character drama actually got me intrigued and invested in PE, but aside from the initial epic entrance of Ghidorah the monster segments almost bored me to tears. That is inexcusable for a Kaiju film in my opinion.

Had the anime trilogy been its own thing I might have looked on it more fondly as an interesting twist on the kaiju formula, but with Godzilla's name and pantheon attached it's just disappointing. I still think the core new ideas are great and even cool for Godzilla, I just wish they had gone further with the kaiju's roles and action scenes.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-01-2020 8:20 PM

I usually find any action, kaiju or otherwise, to be hopelessly boring if the story and characters don't justify it with high stakes. I suppose that's why The Planet Eater works for me where King of the Monsters does not. The Planet Eater set up the stakes where humanity was literally going extinct on-screen. King Ghidorah was such a nightmarish terror wiping out the remains of humanity that you couldn't help root for the few that were left. So as slight as the confrontation was, it had enough gravity to be exciting. Whereas King of the Monsters made me wonder why I was supposed to be rooting for Godzilla.

Gomi: Ninja Monster #TeamMothra

Jan-01-2020 9:53 PM

I can't quite fathom that mindset, the point of action is to be interesting, but I get the part about stakes. Again, Planet Eater had good stakes, and even a great introduction to Ghidorah showcasing just how unstoppable he was, but to then cut back from the high tension character moments to Godzilla slowly resisting barely moving space noodle necks would snap me out of it every time. Were it a wrestling match or Godzilla firing and flailing desperately it wouldn't have bothered me, what we got felt like cutting back to a statue every couple minutes.

dk

Jan-01-2020 10:01 PM

I liked 2014 for the creature design and some sequences, but was pretty bored with most everything else- enough to shutting it off before the end. The characters bored me to tears and I simply didn't care about them.

I had initial misgivings for KOTM. For me, it seemed to have 3 parts regarding characters. 

The first part was all about the creatures while the human characters wee mostly insignificant save for the scientist and female military leader- can't remember the names.

The second part is where human characters developed while the monsters took a back seat. Fair enough since we knew about the monsters by now.

The third part was engaging for me since I knew most of everyone's motivations- humans and monsters.

I know KOTM doesn't list well with hardened fans, and that is fine. But for a casual fan, it drew me in and made me want to pay attention to what is coming next and maybe checking stuff out from the past- like Shin.

It should be remembered that the franchise needs to attempt satisfying old fans while attracting new ones. KOTM roped in a casual fan who is motivated to check out more. 

I will not kid anyone and say I will watch the entire catalog. I will continue forward with the current trilogy and likely back track to Shin since it gets such high praise on the Forum.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-02-2020 1:30 AM

Gomi: Ninja Monster,
I disagree completely. The staging of action should be interesting, but action should compliment the stakes in some form. And while I'll concede the battle between Godzilla and King Ghidorah wasn't particularly kinetic, there was a real sense of two gods in a suspended confrontation, literally looming over the fate of mankind's remnants.

Nothing about the climax of King of the Monsters struck me as particularly exciting or complimentary to the otherwise grating characters. In fact, I probably could've done with some shots trimmed out.

Gomi: Ninja Monster #TeamMothra

Jan-02-2020 6:11 AM

dk
You definitely made a mistake shutting off 2014 before it finished, all the actual monster stuff happens in the last quarter. I'd advise picking up where you left off so you don't have to sit through the parts you didn't like again.

G. H. (Gman)
Yes, but a well-constructed or bombastic fight scene can be a joy in and of itself, no preestablished stakes required. If Planet Eater had been two original kaiju I most likely would have felt differently, but it was Godzilla and Ghidorah battling, those names come with a long history of kinetic combat that I don't think should have been disregarded so quickly. The final battle felt like the producers finally giving us what we wanted out of an anime Godzilla in the first place, but in the least-fulfilling way possible that didn't utilize the limitlessness of animation in any way.

Aside from the human assistance KOTM's climax was Godzilla's fight with Ghidorah, not the human characters. Godzilla is facing off against his mortal enemy, the biggest and most enduring threat to his life and home that's been haunting him for millennia. If you switch POV I'd say that battle has some more stakes. Think of KOTM as Godzilla's movie that spends too long with the supporting cast. :P

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-02-2020 12:13 PM

G. H. (Gman),
But even switching over to "Godzilla's POV" has its drawbacks. I'm watching him battle a creature that the film already established he won against and literally put on ice. Their first battle ended with King Ghidorah retreating. Their second battle was interrupted with Godzilla clearly having the upper hand. (Made worse by Dougherty later confirming Godzilla would've won that round had the military not interfered.) The movie established the least threatening variation of the monster yet building with little or no suspense to the final battle. There was never a moment I thought, "how is he going to win this one?" Like Ghidorah: The Three Headed Monster or The Planet Eater. It was just noise to me--I hate using this comparison, because it's overdone, but it reminded me of the exhausting, jumbled battles in Bay's Transformers movies. I just wanted it to end.

JurassicKaiju14 #TeamGodzilla

Jan-02-2020 1:28 PM

G. H. (Gman) I will admit that I was kinda annoyed at Ghidorah running off after getting attacked by the Monarch jets at Antarctica. If I was editing KOTM's script, I probably would have revised that scene so Ghidorah pushes Godzilla into the ice, brings a section of the wall crashing down on him so as to partially bury him, and then flies off. No interference from Monarch, just Godzilla and Ghidorah. In this scene I'd try to establish that Ghidorah isn't an instinct driven predator like the MUTOs, but a sadistic force that enjoys toying with his prey/enemies because he can. I'd probably also put a sort of kaiju boneyard around the Outpost 32 containment site as a way to further build up just how bad he really is; sort of implying that Godzilla wasn't the only monster responsible for putting him in ice, but he was the only one who came out unscathed. It'd make for some nice imagery, too, I think.

As for the Antarctica thing, I just figured that Ghidorah getting frozen was pure, dumb luck. A chance in a million, like the earthquake that trapped Godzilla in Final Wars. It worked then, but it won't work now.

G. H. (Gman) #TeamGhidorah

Jan-02-2020 3:14 PM

JurassicKaiju14,
I just think the entire story needed to be reworked so King Ghidorah didn't appear until the climax. The movie paints him as a big bully, kicking someone and then running away.

Perhaps spending too much time with King Ghidorah takes away from him. Saving him for the ultimate threat, as if his return is a ticking time bomb, might've escalated how I feel about this version.

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