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Godzilla Minus One (color) edition:
Godzilla Minus One rules, Godzilla Minus One “Color” rules even harder.
The tone, melodrama and feeling of desolation in a post war-Japan is absolutely amplified without colour and atop a film grain. A truly definitive version of an already great movie.
While Gareth Edwards grounded touch was lost in 2014, since then every other American Godzilla film has been just action figures fighting with high budget backgrounds. Over in Japan Shin Godzilla did attempt a more serious and unique take on the iconic monster but the writing and pacing never fully reached its potential.
Minus One, fully reaches the potential it sets out for in all areas, a film on the horrors of post war Japan devastated by a soulless monstrosity…
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