Did anyone see the 2014 remake of Godzilla? Did anyone like it? I'm so confused by it. Here are some questions: 1. How did they manage to make a movie about giant monsters boring? 2. Why was it so boring? 3. Why did it come down to one military officer who was an explosive ordnance disposal person? And then he didn't even wind up disarming any bombs? 4. Why didn't the officer's wife know anything about the big monsters until her son shows her the news on TV? I mean, she's a nurse. Doesn't word like that travel quickly? It's like a first-responder -- or ANYONE for that matter -- not knowing about 9/11 almost a full day after it happened. 5. How come it was so boring? 6. Godzilla wound up saving the day. So why bother building the character of the military officer and pump him up so we expected him to save the day. Instead he just fainted on a tugboat at the last minute. 7. Why did they decide to move a huge nuclear bomb to the detonation location via train when at the end they clearly were able to move it via much quicker helicopters? 8. Along those same lines, why was the last point of defense (if they couldn't disarm the bomb) to sail it away from the coast in a dinky tugboat when they had helicopters that wound up whisking it away in very boring deus ex machina fashion. 9. Why did the bad monsters always just stare at our military officer hero rather than crushing him to bits like they did ALL OTHER HUMAN BEINGS in the movie? Maybe they knew he was the star of the movie? 10. Why was Godzilla a good monster? Why didn't he just eat everyone? Oh. That's why it was boring. I'd love to hear what you all thought of it! Let's have a discussion!