Godzilla Film Vs Movie

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Godzilla is an American monster film even though the movie is based on a famous Japanese monster film named Gojira. The story starts with a Japanese cannery ship being destroyed by an unknown sea monster. Because of this event, the U.S. state department was forced to reassign Nick Tatopoulos to the site where the monster was last seen. Godzilla traveled from French Polynesia, Panama, Eastern Seaboard and to New York. After Godzilla’s first attack in New York, the military team together with Nick Tatopoulos went to New York to investigate and destroy the creature. Meanwhile, the French secret services are also performing their investigations regarding the sea monster. They believe that the emergence of Godzilla is the result of the…show more content…
Fortunately, with the help of his cameramen partner Victor, they followed Nick in searching the nest to find the eggs. The French Secret Service is helping Nick since they believe that only Nick can help them in finding the eggs of the creature. 8 8 The Godzilla monster in the film is entirely different to the original Godzilla monster. The original Godzilla looks like a dinosaur, but Godzilla in the 1998 movie. In addition to the difference, some parts of the movie also focused on other conflicts and problems faced by the characters. One good example is Audrey’s efforts were not being paid off. She follows almost all Charles Caiman’s request, but he is unwilling to help Audrey. Because of her problem in her career, she was forced to steal the tape. However, because Caiman is a greedy reporter, he stole the tape and claimed it as his report. Nick is the epitome of a dedicated scientist. He sacrificed his love life to move on with his career. In addition, he also played an important role in the movie in destroying the creature and the nests. Elsie Chapman believed that Nick’s expertise is unrelated to the events…show more content…
The French secret service is something refreshing in the movie especially when Phillipe is complaining to the taste of American coffee and being unable to buy croissants. These scenes clearly showed the difference of French and American culture when it comes to food and beverage. Phillipe’s preference to food and coffee clearly suggested his nationalism like what he stated in the movie. Victor Animal Pallotti is also a cameraman who loves to take risks even though it means being killed in the scene. Godzilla almost got him killed when Victors attempts to record a video of a dinosaur walking through the streets of Manhattan. Nevertheless, he also served as an extremely helpful friend for Audrey. Music Analysis 9
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