Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Director: Michael Dougherty
Year Released: 2019
Rating: 1.0

"Eco-terrorist" Alan Jonah (Charles Dance) has the Thanos Disease and wants to obliterate a good portion of the human race for treating Mother Earth badly (which we have, not gonna lie) so he helps facilitate the release of three-headed King Ghidorah and his minions to level the joint, including the entirety of Boston (no loss there).  The majority of this is a slog to sit through - the plot is drivel, the characters are barely-defined and when it tries for "human connection" (like bringing up the subject of Kyle Chandler and Vera Farmiga's deceased son) it's pathetic - only becoming moderately more entertaining when the Big Guy shows up, charged with nuclear energy and wrestling with Ghidorah (Mothra tries to be useful).  It's weird to see Millie Bobby Brown as "the weak one," hiding in a bathtub, since her character Eleven in Stranger Things is such a powerhouse ... Season Three of that series, by the way, was the actual best 'movie' of Summer '19.