Godzilla vs. Kong is a 2021 release American film based on a monster. It is directed by Adam Wingard. The story tends to be a sequel to both Godzilla: King of the Monsters released in 2019 and Kong: Skull Island released in 2017, it is also the fourth film in Legendary's MonsterVerse. It has been tagged to be the 12th film in the franchise of King Kong, the fourth Godzilla film to be fully made by a studio in Hollywood, and moreover the 36th film in the Godzilla franchise.
In the film, Kong clashes with Godzilla as humans negatively tricked the ape into the Hollow Earth to get back an energy source to stop Godzilla's mysterious rampages.
The plot is extremely amusing and much better than any devilish monster version of the movie in the past. The plot proves to be complete sense and you surely will figure that out what is going on every single time the focus changes. The character moves are still decent but the actors and their talent balance it up for that and hence this movie provides us characters we shall support and admire. Whenever the monsters aren’t hitting each other up you will not lack interest.
Godzilla vs Kong battles have a very good quantity of screen time up against one other and the war in Hong Kong has some fights to human injuries in it. This is the main sole reason that you will find it so much enjoyable and provided there is non-stop action. Especially, the aircraft fight scene is too much of a masterpiece and the hollow earth fights are mind-blowing.
The Titan brutality was extremely mind-blowing and this portrays that these animals are actually animals, although many may visualize as human at some times by the end of the day while when you observe that they are only animals and only wanting to do the best for themselves and humanity/earth.
In the film's 1 hour 54 minute duration, the monsters are on screen and fighting for at least half of the time duration. Godzilla and Kong are like furious animals shown in this movie - ripping, roaring, and attacking at each other in anger. Around the final third, where Godzilla portrays furious anger that has not been seen since Godzilla vs Destoroyah. The two monsters attack each other more than once. No matter which titan you wanted to win you would most likely feel contented with the result. This film is exactly what its trailers and promotional marketing represents: a huge, thrilling, dumb action movie that no monster fan should miss out on. It is the first important popcorn chewing blockbuster you will see after such a long period. The gist and human characters are generally just there to knot everything together and for the maximum part, they don't hang on their welcome. Some are a bit undistinctive but none of them are irritating.
Though it can be a bit slow at first, primarily due to the abundance of human plots set-up in the film (Which honestly aren't that great for the most part), by the halfway mark it's a non-stop battle royale with creative and fist-pumping action sequences. Overall, on one hand, it's a film that prioritizes action over characterization (With some characters seeming important but getting barely any screen-time). However, on the other hand, its short runtime means the humans don't bog down the film for long and you go from action scene to action scene.
All in all, the battle scenes were great and just, if not, more than what you have expected going in. The ending battle was quite astonishing but does stay true to movies of the past, with Godzilla's archenemies making a return. But it is the fight right after that will really bring you tears of joy. As the saying goes, that yesterday's enemy is today's friend. No matter how cringe the fight was, the fact that the 2 kings dropped their differences to tackle the greatest threat at that time, was enough for a standing ovation.