For those who didn't do this already, turn up the brightness on your screen when watching the trailer. Not only will you get a better look at Godzilla himself, but you'll be able to see the now somewhat infamous soldier who is falling in (we're presuming) Ford's field of view. The flare that is falling by Godzilla's head is very clearly a fair distance in front of him rather than behind like some people have thought. Also, as I just mentioned, you can see the soldier during the later stages of the sequence, and he's a lot bigger than you might have initially wanted to believe.
Don't believe me?
Then try it.
Watch the trailer for yourself with your brightness at maximum and move through very slowly during the scene where Godzilla is walking through the storm. The best visual by far is at 1:13 when the lightning flashes. The soldier's body becomes very clearly visible for you to see, and he's obviously in front of Godzilla as opposed to behind him.
Not really anything new or exciting, but it gives a bit more of a perspective to the scene overall.
How about just watching the video in my recent post, I already have something like that
I tried it and you can see the buildings to the side so much better. And those buildings that appear so tiny, seem to actually be tall. Not huge buildings, but at least a few stories because you can see a few windows. I am very sure this Godzilla is around 500 feet (Don't quote me lol) What do you think?
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