Godzilla official trailer reveals the backstory

Remember how we didn’t see the monster in the teaser trailer? Well, we still don’t get a good look of it, but we have a glimpse at the back-story in the full trailer.

In the full trailer for Godzilla we get to see the familiar, seriously concerned face of Bryan Cranston talking about how whatever it is destroying cities (and it’s not a typhoon or earthquake) could send back humanity to the stone ages. Which implies that someone is trying to hide the existence of the monster at least until it’s killed.

The character played by Ken Watanabe says  “in 1954 we awakened something” and “the nuclear test back then, were not test” but that they were trying to kill the monster. Now where was the monster hiding for about 60 years? Maybe it was contained by whoever tried to capture it then and now Godzilla managed to escape somehow?

I like how they connected the movie plot with a real life event and tried to give it meaning. There’s also a scene in the trailer where they are standing in a huge skeleton, presumably of a creature of the same kind so maybe this one is another, not the same from 1954.

Godzilla is slated to premiere on May 16th, 2014 in cinemas across USA. Directed by Gareth Edwards, starring Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Ken Watanabe and Juliette Binoche.

Fun fact: Taylor-Johnson and Olsen are playing a husband and wife in Godzilla and brother and sister in The Avengers 2 :).

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Godzilla Trailer

Warner Bros. yesterday revealed a teaser trailer of the upcoming action sci-fi movie Godzilla. We all know what Godzilla is, also we saw the movie from 1998. This version of Godzilla stars Bryan Cranston, Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

Now about the trailer, it looks like this is a true teaser since even though it lasts for two minutes WE DON’T GET TO SEE THE MONSTER. Is this a spoiler?

Watch the official full Godzilla trailer here!

…ongoing a Breaking Bad marathon

I buzzed through four season of the acclaimed show and can’t wait to see the end, yet I don’t feel the whole hype that revolves around Breaking Bad.

Sure the actors are outstanding, Bryan Cranston is incredible no wonder he gets letters from Anthony Hopkins, and the rest of the cast falls no shorter.

I can’t seem to “connect” with the characters except for Jesse.

Anyhow once I finish with season five I will write a proper review.

P.S. seems to me Walter White does it all for himself, not for his family as he believes or wants his wife to believe.