Movie Title: Godzilla
Release: May 8, 2014 (US) and May 16 (Rest of world)
Director: Gareth Edwards
Cast: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston
IMDB Rating: 8.0/10
Godzilla Movie Summary: Talking about the story of the movie Godzilla, it is somewhat inspired by the first version of Godzilla from 1998, but at the same place, the movie is quite different. The story starts with Joe Brody (Bryan Cranston), who is an engineer with a nuclear plant in Japan in 1999. He feels something fishing going on underground, but is being mistaken for seismic movements until an earthquake hits and gupls down Joe's plant along with her wife Sandra.
15 years later, the story starts back when Ford Brody (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Joe's son who is a bomb technician in US army, has to go to Japan to get his dad released who was caught tresspassing into the nuclear plant in order to find answers to his questions. That is when, actual story starts. The introduction of an unexpected creature is what that bring action in the movie. Then, there is another one who is probably a good one. A good monster and a bad one. The movie also has a message for those who mind it. Watch the movie for the rest story.
My Review: Well, in one sentence, this Godzilla movie is worth watching, better than its 1998 version. When you go watch this one, do not already create an image of the monster, then you will probably enjoy even more. The movie is full of action and somewhat of tension. If you enjoy a new subject and want to watch something different from regular superhero-villain movies, this one is for you. Being a movie lover, I do not really judge the good-bad of a movie before watching it.
In the scale of 10, I would give this one a 7 rating. Director Gareth Edwards did a nice job with the camera capturing the best shots ever. Acting part was also quite good from all leading and supporting actors. The movie is overall good and worth watching.