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Godzilla starring Bryan Cranston,Aaron Taylor-Johnson,and Ken Watanabe,follows the story of nuclear scientists and the military as they discover,and battle a creature that unleashes a wrath of prehistoric proportions on a modern-day world.

The Warner Brothers and Legendary Pictures duo outdid themselves in the apocalyptic action adventure.

Monsters, and Dinosaurs Oh My!!

After the accident and death of Joe Brody’s wife in a Japan Power plant,Brody sets off on a 15 year study where he learns that all the strange geological activity in Japan is actually being covered up and is something else entirely different.

With the discovery of strange prehistoric creatures,a chain reaction of events leads to humanity fighting for their world.

Once the terrestrial creatures are unleashed, they destroy everything in their path to mate with each other. As scientists learn that the two are communicating with another creature, the race begins as the military fights to save the world from destruction. Another creature surfaces to claim American territory. As Godzilla reeks havoc upon American soil, he is threatened by the two monstrous forces. Godzilla battles the two and defeats the creatures and claims the title King of the monsters.

The story line was engaging, and every scene was directed and delivered in way that kept the movie goer interested. The destructive scenes were exciting and there was a balance of special effects and sound that united all the elements of the story.

The movie had a unique tone to it that subtly paid homage to the original Godzilla. It was a remake that did the original great justice and enhanced the story further. There are talks that a Warner Bros sequel is in the works, which will make movie goers happy. This was a movie that technology embraced to the fullest but wasn’t over shadowed by it.
I gave this movie 5 stars! A must see for Memorial Day Weekend!


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Last night’s episode of Breaking Bad wrapped up the five season ground breaking show that follows a cancer stricken chemistry teacher as he ventures in a world of cooking and dealing the drug methamphetamine.

Walter White is on the verge of ending this chapter of his life as he attempts to tie up all of the loose ends involving his drug empire.
The finale had its highs and lows, but still didn’t disappoint me. The build up of events leading to the final scene were interesting. Lydia’s demise was classic BB and made me root for Walt even more.
The final scene where Walt goes to negotiate a deal with Todd and his Uncle is epic. He saves Jesse and kills everyone that was a threat to him and his family. The excitement is intense!
Walt tries to get Jessie to kill him,but Jesse refuses.
Walt quickly realizes that he has been shot and accepts his fate to die. He and Jesse exchange glances after Walt ends a phone call to tell Lydia that he poisoned her.
They share a moment of emotion then Jesse drives away. Walt wanders into the meth lab and it is there,where he dies.
I finally caught up with watching the show over the summer, and they had me before the first episode ended. I hate to see the series end and I hope that there will be a spinoff movie in the future. I look forward to “You Better Call Saul” once AMC officially begins production on that project.
Congrats to AMC and the cast and crew of Breaking Bad!!!
Happy Monday!

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