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Should Godzilla 3 be split into 2 films?

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Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 9:01 PM

I think it would be cool. At the end of part 1, it would leave you wanting to want more. And a grand finale in the end of part 2.

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Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 9:05 PM

Have had waaaaaaay too much of that recently. So no.

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GodzillaMember5639 XPJul-29-2015 9:41 PM

MIKEZILLA15 - I would be opposed to the idea. As VARAN04276 so wisely stated, we have seen this particular ploy with far too much regularity as of late. Regardless of my standpoint, however, if you believe it would be a neat idea, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. :)


Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 10:35 PM

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Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 10:38 PM

The way I see it, two parts isn't a bad idea, cause allegely godZola 3 is gonna be a "destroy all monsters" type movie, so we're gonna need two parts to allow more action between a greater list of monsters


Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 10:40 PM


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Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-29-2015 11:17 PM

I like to think about every godzilla movie as a finished chapter. So NO, i don't like the Idea of splitting a movie into two parts. If they go and decide to create a Dekologie, i am more than fine with that.



BaragonMember425 XPJul-30-2015 4:48 AM

Splitting a finale into two parts is something movies that are based on books can do as the information and basic story is already there they just get to actually follow it since following a book with hundreds of pages is difficult to do fully when transferred to the big screen. This is also a huge cashgrab essentially allowing the company to double the profit with pretty much the same info they could have very well fit into 1 movie.


So no, they shouldn't switch it to two parts, it wouldn't make sense logically, and would just be a huge cashgrab that woulld cause us to wait another 4 years of so for an actual finish.

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GiganMember4297 XPJul-30-2015 6:43 AM



We have WAAAY too much of that already-


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay




Most likely the same will happen to the Maze Runner and other movies based on books. As of Godzilla, the closest to this should be a direct sequel.

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Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-30-2015 8:56 AM


At least Harry Potter had a legitimate reason for doing that.  Other movies just copied Harry Potter as a cashgrab.


BaragonMember425 XPJul-30-2015 9:42 AM

No Harry Potter didn't have that legit a reason either, if they fit Order of the Pheonix into one movie they could have easily done it for Deathly Hollows, I don't remember which one of those books is longer it's been forever since I read them, but I do remember it's not enough to split one in two.


Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-30-2015 9:46 AM

Well actually order of the pheonix was actually longer than deathly hollows (In book form)

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BaragonMember425 XPJul-30-2015 9:49 AM

Ah thank you, I knew Order of the Pheonix was by far the longest before Deathly Hollows, but couldn't remember if Deathly Hollows overtook it, I assumed so since it got two movies, but guess that just layers the point Harry Potter didn't need a 2 part finale.


Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPJul-30-2015 10:08 AM

Yeah it was just to make money.

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Mothra LarvaeMember10 XPSep-04-2015 5:50 PM

No for the reasons mentioned, though I wouldn't mind a really long, 2.5-3 hour long epic conclusion for Godzilla 3


Mothra LarvaeMember0 XPSep-06-2015 8:25 AM

I would have to disagree about Deathly Hollows being a cash grab. After the second HP moive, the pacing started to feel rushed, especially considering how long the books were getting. DH I&II return to the previous feel of the films before they tried to stuff too much plot into single films. 

Getting back to the main topic, splitting films only make sense if you're telliing the apporpriate story. I don't think a giant monster movie needs to be so nuanced that it needs to be segmented in order to tell a credible story. 

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