While I overall was fine with it, I could see where people were coming from with their issues.
If the Human-centric story was more advertised over "Godzilla vs. sci-fi", it might not have been as vocally derided.
Many people have noted that there's a great wealth of potential, just that it wasn't realized properly in the final products.
I didn't really like it that much, the aliens' motives were weak, voice acting was off, pretty sure the main character did something he shouldn't have with his sister, and it got REAL weird, I think the first one was best. THEY ALSO UNDERPOWERED A MEGAGODZILLA!!!!!! HOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE?!!!!!!!
If people weren't lazy, we wouldn't try to be efficient. If we weren't efficient, we'd never get anything done.
I feel like since I don't watch enough anime, I was unable to appreciate it for what it was. But overall I enjoyed them. Just nowhere near the level of enjoyment I get watching the Toho or Legendary films.
The series had interesting ideas and was certainly well-intentioned. Just not as well-executed.
I wasn't a huge fan of it but it wasn't terrible. Honestly my biggest problem was that we got another version of MechaG, and King Ghidorah like this new medium meant absolutely nothing and we were going to get the same 3-4 monsters that always get used. 20+ monsters better use the same 2 again right?
I thought the trilogy had a good intake of Godzilla and the way they redid ghidorah was pretty good
The anime trilogy was fine in my opinion.
Zwei Wing is the best singing duo. Change my mind.
I thought that the Godzilla Anime Trilogy was spectacular. I really liked the Godzilla design as well. Also, I am aware that many people disliked MechaGodzilla City, but I thought it was a genius idea. On the series as a whole, a friend of mine wrote a very interesting perspective on it, which can be found here.
If my thoughts or ideas interest you, or if you are a Godzilla fan in general, check out my site at Godzilla Movie Reviews
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