Why Godzilla rocks

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Godzilla gets the Hollywood treatment
For mind-bending destruction and devastation, no beast does it better than Godzilla. The Japanese monster has starred in 30 city-trampling films since 1954, gaining a larger-than-life cult following in the process.

The latest flick sees the king of monsters taking on a pair of M.U.T.O.s (Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism) in San Francisco, while the lowly humans just try to survive the showdown. Here’s our 6 reasons why Japan’s prime beast is back to his monstrous best.
King of the comeback
King of the comeback

The official Japanese Godzilla franchise disowned Hollywood’s previous attempt at Godzilla (1998) and the king of monsters had drifted in the doldrums ever since. That is, until Monsters’ director Gareth Edwards took it on and revived the franchise with this authentic Godzilla.

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Bigger and badder
Bigger and badder
Standing at 350ft tall, this Godzilla is officially the biggest we've ever seen. Director Gareth Edwards said he wanted his beast big enough to take on any city building, but not so huge that he couldn't hide and surprise us when needed. 

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It’s a smash
It’s a smash
Hollywood’s new Godzilla decimated the box-office over its first weekend and even pulled in favourable reviews for its tension building, carnage creating madness. 

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Walter White is in it
Awesome Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston plays a nuclear scientist and gives the film a touch of Heisenberg magic. Bryan’s been sorely missed from our screens ever since the final episode of Breaking Bad last year.

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The original and best
The original and best
This Godzilla film will introduce a whole new army of fans to the Godzilla purists’ flick of choice – the original 1954 Japanese film Gojira. A pure and simple classic.

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He’ll be back
Just like all the biggest, baddest monsters Godzilla will be back, with the sequel already in the pipeline at Warner Bros. This is one big green lizard we could watch on a city rampage over and over again. 

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