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Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller
This American sci-fi film brings the Japanese film monster of the same name to a contemporary setting for a reboot of the franchise. Following an apparent meltdown at a Tokyo nuclear plant and – 15 years later- the arrival of prehistoric creatures craving radioactive energy, Godzilla emerges from the deep in Hawaii to add to the terrifying chaos facing humanity. The subsequent battle, complete with phosphorescent bursts of fire and tumbling skyscrapers is grand, noisy and tremendous fun. True to the original, this epic blockbuster also contains a poignant message about man’s mistreatment of nature.
A film guide that looks at Godzilla (2014), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Kong: Skull Island (2017), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Eye-popping Steven Spielberg creature-feature in which dinosaurs cloned from dormant DNA by a research organisation run amok.
11+ years 121 mins
1933 monster movie about a giant ape which remains an unparalleled horror-fantasy.
7+ years 100 mins
Horror about a monstrous creature attacking New York, shown as if we are watching a found videotape filmed by young friends.
14+ years 85 mins
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We take a look at Kong: Skull Island, which draws on the Vietnam War and sees the legendary movie monster King Kong get a retro-influenced modern makeover.
Reading time 8 mins
These films deal with issues around copyright and IP protection, focusing on issues around adaptations and remakes.
Reading time 7 mins
We sent reporter Catherine to interview actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson and director Gareth Edwards about the return of one of cinema's biggest beasts - Godzilla.
Viewing time 5 mins
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