Godzilla: King of the Monsters
This is the wrong place to come if you're looking for someone to say "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" isn't a fun, summer movie romp and stomp. Lots of stomps actually as Godzilla, Mothra, Rodan, and the three-headed King Ghidorah battle it out for dominance. This sequel does something rarely seen. It bests its predecessor 2014's "Godzilla."
These kinds of films succeed in their destruction, and destructive it is. From beginning to end, there are ample amounts of action — and that's what a movie about giant titans walking on buildings like grown-ups stepping on errant Legos left lying around by their kids. The problem is an eco-terrorist gets his hands on a highly classified machine that can actually speak to the Titans and "calm" them if you will. It also has the ability to wake the sleeping ones up. Guess what he wants to do with it? Look, Godzilla is never gonna be Mr. Nice Guy like Lassie trying to help out when humans are in trouble. This lizard is all about dominance, and he can tell when we little worker bee humans aren't out to get him. This critic viewed it on IMAX and that certainly made the destruction all the more tangible. This one is definitely worth the price of a ticket.
NOTE: Stay around for most of the credits. There are definite teases about what and WHO is coming next in this universe.