The film is dreadful. It is dark through just about ANYTHING that involves the monsters, even making sure that the monsters fight under dark clouds when it's the middle of the day. Godzilla shows up for what feels like MAYBE the last half hour of the film. The rest of it is the two horny moths (and by the way, we REALLY didn't need to shot of the female moth's sack'o'radioactive marbles from behind. That was just gratuitous. The female horny moth community should be outraged.) Godzilla looked pretty awesome (what we could see of him....her...him...it.) The angry eyes and furrowed brow gave the creature a emotion. It seemed like the final battle was the same fight move (the male moth flying up behind Godzilla repeatedly and attacking) happened like 6 times. And when Mommy moth went after future Quicksilver because she KNEW what he was responsible for...well, it was just ridiculous.... All the actors in this do the Naomi Watts "I'm going to realize something is behind me, make my eyes really big and slowly turn around." move at least once. Oh, and Bryan Cranston is in this, too. And future Scarlet Witch, as future Quicksilver's wife...even though they will be brother and sister in the next Avengers movie....ew.)
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I would have to say that while it was nice to watch something that involved NO brain cells, this one was not a good film. Which is why I'm glad that Babaloo can take responsibility for choosing it from Netflix. But, what the hell do I know, I've still got the Lone Ranger Blu Ray sitting on my coffee table.