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click to enlarge Nodzilla: The fact that Edwards' reboot is generating big bucks doesn't change the fact that it's a colossal bore.

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Creative Loafing Charlotte Godzilla: Missing in action Rating: **1/2 by Matt Brunson 05/16/2014
Charleston City Paper Godzilla delivers a mythical monster with surprising visual style It has all been building to this: The first mega-battle between Godzilla — the 12-story tall, spike-backed King of the Monsters whose trademark bellow is as familiar as a commercial jingle — and an equally massive insectoid creature. They're going to tear each other and a significant portion of downtown Honolulu to shreds, and we in the summer blockbuster audience have a front-row seat. by Scott Renshaw 05/15/2014
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