So overall, the general concensus (not to mention, the truth) regarding GMK is "even though Toho/Tomiyama completely 'effed it up like they always do, Kaneko still managed to make one of the best Godzilla movies in 60 years"...works for me haha!! I mean, seriously, that "one-movie-every-winter-season tradition" Toho stuck to for, what fifteen years, never really benefited any of the movies, did it? And let's face it, after a certain point, it's as if the corporate brass just said "'Eff this, we're just gonna build condos!" In truth, Kaneko needed to spend a little more time in post-production, to allow for all of the hinderances that had to have been there for him to circumvent. Still, Kaneko and his crew are a talented bunch, and even at his most middling, Godzilla was still in good hands. I adamently feel that Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack is one of the five best movies in the series, along with King of the Monsters!, Godzilla vs. The Thing, Godzilla Versus The Sea Monster, and ahead of Godzilla vs. Biollante. And that is all in spite of the films short-comings. I know that King Ghidorah is puny, and un-impressive, but at least they got the silhouette right LOL!!! The color, too. Personally, I think Mothra looks like sh*t, but that doesn't bother me too much. This film really is all about Godzilla, the bad-ass, "NOW I'm become Death, The Destroyer of Worlds", million-dollar, monster movie star that he is. I mean, Godzilla whoops EVERYONE'S ass in this movie! What's not to love?!!
"EVERYONE FORGET YOUR TROUBLES! ENJOY YOURSELVES!THERE'S NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT!" - Gigantis The Fire Monster
"It was HUGE...It was...IT WAS LIKE A MONSTER!!! Suddenly the rocks rose...ALIVE!" - Godzilla 1985