HTTYD 2 ReviewYesterday, I decided to trek myself down to one of my local theaters and catch oneof Dreamworks' newest releases. I had a great time as I was fully engrossed in justhow awesome it was. There was nothing I could hate or object with the sequel, it isjust that good!For plots that aren't completely original, the HTTYD franchise really twists the standardformulas in storytelling and expands upon them to their uttermost potential. Therewere twists and turns all throughout the film where you don't what the heck is going tohappen next. The characters are also really good. In which they are completely fleshedout giving the allusion they are actual people with real problems that you can relate to.And the dragons themselves are in a league of their own.Anyway, I had fun and really enjoyed the experience.Trailerig Hero 6, Book of Life, Penguins of Madagascar, and Home.
Godzilla (2014) ReviewI just saw this in theaters a few days ago and boy was it exceptionally good.For being absent from the American movie theaters for so long, this movie wasa big shot in the arm for the franchise to gain back mainstream attentionin the U.S. I really hope this leads to more movies starring the other monstersfrom the Toho library.As for the actual film itself, there's an entire sense of an otherworldly perspectiveregarding the monsters and how the matters of human civilization completely pailsin front of their endeavors. No matter what we throw at them, they're completelyunconcerned with our matters and we are nothing but ants to them. That reallyevokes "Lovecraftian" lore of the eldritch abominations viewing us as absolutelynothing in grand schemes beyond our world.There were quite a few good action scenes where Godzilla uses his strategies todefeat the MUTOS in an assortment of badass techniques (i.e. Shooting hissignature atomic breath down the female MUTO's neck and then b