Godzilla KoTM This was a pretty inevitable day one purchase for me. I saw it twice in the theater, and THIS was my third viewing. I really like this film, what can I say? It delivered exactly what I expected and wanted- No more, no less, so rare in this day and age. I'm often accused of viewing older things with *Nostalgia Glasses*, what is the opposite of that? The *New Girlfriend Effect*? Because I really like this movie, and right now, I could probably be accused of heresy as to where I would place it in the overall ranking of Godzilla films, but I figure I'll give it some time, maybe a couple years before I finally determine where it will settle in the overall film series. I've heard some people be critical in that fans of certain genres shouldn't make films about them. However I've experienced examples of both fans and non fans ruining things I enjoy. In this case however, I think it was a good thing. Truth be told, if I were able to direct a Godzilla film it would probably be very similar. Not 100% because every director has their own vision, but in the ballpark lets say (no pun intended). I only wish that Toho didn't put a price tag on every kaiju. While the originals had cool designs, my one complaint is that we didn't see enough of them. One could pretty clearly see though, if LP/Dougherty would have been allowed, those ALL would have been other Toho kaiju.
There are no more good TV Shows, only ones that haven't disappointed me yet.