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Just got back from seeing it at the IMAX, and holy moly it was incredible.
This is the darkest, scariest, and most human Godzilla film since the 1954 original.
Like all the best entries in the series, the character serves as a vehicle for exploring deeper themes; it's a film about trauma, both personal and cultural, and about confronting and healing from it.
This is a film I would recommend not just to Godzilla fans, but to just about anyone. It's not just a great Godzilla movie, it's a great film period.