Godzilla and Kong's King statuses reign supreme on HBO Max, not even Justice League could keep these Titans from ruling the streaming platform! It's been confirmed that during its HBO Max debut, Godzilla vs. Kong garnered more viewers than both Justice League: The Snyder Cut and Wonder Woman 1984!
Not only that, Godzilla vs. Kong managed to gain more views on HBO Max in its first 4 days of streaming than ANY other film or show the platform has released since the service launched last May! That's one hell of a debut!
Godzilla vs. Kong are breaking records inside and outside of the theater, with it having the largest box office haul so far since the start of the pandemic!
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This article was written By Chris and published on 2021-04-06 06:53:10
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Once again they delivered what most people wanted, mind numbing monster brawling. Humans characters only point was to transition to where they would fight next. As well as giving us plenty of amazing shots in the movie. CGI was outstanding.
YeOldFossil, In a sense, yes. Honda knew the original King Kong vs. Godzilla was only being made because of it's marquee value. He knew the idea was stupid, so he decided to satirize its commercialism through the "prism of television marketing". (Which was a hot topic in Japan at the time.) The characters reflected both the greed and absurdity through a movie that was intentionally comedic.
King Kong vs. Godzilla was a smart movie--In fact it's so smart it goes over a lot of people's heads today. Godzilla vs. Kong doesn't have anything meaningful to say like that. It's just in for the dumb fun. At least it knows it's dumb fun though.
sonictiger, I pretty much explained it above. Snyder had no accountability. He indulged in a conscious decision to put all of the scenes in a 4 hour action picture with a borderline similar story to The Avengers and had no care in the world over the fact that it stifled the pace of the film and several scenes were unnecessary.
For example, why did Aquaman need two introductions? We got the picture with one just fine. Why was it necessary to introduce Barry's powers twice? His Iris rescue made no sense--Now she knows who he is. His introduction with Bruce would've been perfectly adequate. And then there's the end epilogue was overtly long, pretentious and completely unnecessary. I didn't appreciate sitting through an extra 30 minute commercial to a movie we're not going to get.
Snyder didn't care if he was doubling up on story beats he didn't need. He was just throwing paint at the wall. Not to mention a whoppingly stupid 22 minutes and 7 seconds of the movie was in slow motion. Which is unnecessary anyway. The more you slow down action sequences, the less dramatic the effect is. But if slow motion is the reason your movie too long, that's a big problem.
Also why should the audience be concerned about Darkseid? It's never a good idea to set up your Thanos-level villain with a defeat by a guy who Wonder Woman beat her solo film. Just send her to finish him.
But the character development was excellent, the visual effects were mostly top-notch (admittedly, not as good as GVK), and the score was amazing. Plus, the story was fleshed out and it didn't feel at all like the piece of trash we got in 2017.
I don’t think Gman is very mean. He’s comes off as is because he just words things plainly. Not being rude but just stating something in a phrase as “This is the way it is.” If that makes sense. He also is slightly Sarcastic.
I just realized for my name being SarcasticGoji, I’m not very sarcastic on this website
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