During a lot of the first season, I started to tire of the war being almost the sole focus of every episode of the show. I get that it’s what the series is named for, but the Star Wars setting is so much bigger than that. Much to my delight, the writing for the second series has already broadened its scope and explored
this is part of an ongoing series, talking about the clone wars in chronological order. Go here to see what I’ve covered before now.
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I’m not one to take too much stock from sites like Rotten Tomatoes. Now, more than ever, critical reviews of a film’s more traditional merits seems all the more pointless. Especially when it comes action blockbusters such as Godzilla: King of Monsters.
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I have always admired Godzilla from afar. the Kaiju genre is something that intrigued me from a young age, but much to my shame, I could just never get past how all the monsters just looked like guys in rubber suits. Which is pretty damn hypocritical of me considering how much I adored Power Rangers and a child.
It even took me a while to actually sit myself down and watch the first part of Netflix’s computer animated Godzilla trilogy: Planet of Monsters.
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