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Movie Info & Cast


The epic next chapter in the cinematic Monsterverse pits two of the greatest icons in motion picture history against one another - the fearsome Godzilla and the mighty Kong - with humanity caught in the balance.


  • Alexander Skarsgård
  • Millie Bobby Brown
  • Rebecca Hall
  • Brian Tyree Henry
  • Shun Oguri
  • Eiza González
  • Julian Dennison
  • Kyle Chandler
  • Demián Bichir
  • Lance Reddick

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Verified Review

For a movie that starts with “Godzilla,” there sure is a lack of Godzilla in it.

McKay C
Verified Review

Great movie! Waited for this movie since it’s announcement many years ago and it did not disappoint. Definitely buying this and seeing it again and again.

Carlos Franco C


Mar 29, 2021

Despite an undernourished thread connecting key characters by their experience of loss, seldom have the human figures and their interplay been as peripheral to the headline action in a popcorn blockbuster. The good news is that even if the convoluted kaiju mythology tends to trip over itself in a plot that only barely makes sense, the Monsterverse face-off delivers plenty of visceral excitement.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter
Mar 29, 2021

Director Adam Wingard embraces the towering scale of these showdowns, and a stellar cast that includes Alexander Skarsgard and Rebecca Hall tries to add some gravitas to the proceedings. Unfortunately, the actors fight a losing battle against some impressive special effects to command our attention.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
Mar 29, 2021

As an entertainment, Godzilla vs. Kong is as hollow as the Earth upon which its set. Here, the human characters’ irrational decisions do not feel like part of a cohesive statement about our species’ self-absorption, but rather the byproduct of a superficial screenplay that cares only about the excuses needed to get Godzilla and King Kong into several extended (and undeniably impressive) CGI scuffles.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer