GODZILLA (2014) 2D

Director Gareth Edwards
Year 2014
Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston
More Info IMDb

GODZILLA!!!!

When Warner Bros. announced that MONSTERS director Gareth Edwards would be responsible for rebooting one of cinema’s greatest franchises I couldn’t be more excited! On the minuscule budget of MONSTERS, Edwards had already proven that he was up to the task of making audiences believe in creatures the size of most sky scrapers, and with GODZILLA he’ll leave you begging for the fight.

Believe me when I tell you that GODZILLA is everything you want and more! Edwards has wiped away the nightmares produced by Roland Emmerich (98’s GODZILLA), and is not only giving fans the Godzilla we want, but it’s the GODZILLA we need! Don’t just buy one set of tickets to this modern marvel, because you’ll want to jump into the next showing right as the credits roll.

GODZILLA is back and he’s mean! (Ryan Davis)

Tickets for GODZILLA 3D here.

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