„Godzilla: Resurgence“ Although started long in theaters, provides on Japanese television but continues with always new TV commercials for chaos and destruction. The following provides us with the most extensive views of the Cult-Monster, which sees itself exposed here a fierce bombardment by the Japanese military. On his way Godzilla puts entire streets to rubble, leaving the residents to flee in droves. The so far biggest monster of iconic Saga is the first time both handmade and of digital CGI effects and joined on 29. July exactly two years after the American blockbuster reboot of Gareth Edwards (Monster, Rogue One – A star wars Story) in Japanese cinemas. was staged the reboot of Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno, the creative Köpfern behind Sinking of Japan, Attack on Titan or Evangalion…
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