I believe Godzilla needs more appreciation.
Aside from being 400ft tall and be able to breath fire, he was Japan's way of expressing the fear and anger that the country had toward nuclear weapons and the use of them. After having to deal with Hiroshima and Nagaski, I can't say I blame them. Though some people (mostly Americans) regard Godzilla films as "those movies with a Japanese guy in a big rubber, lizard suit," Godzilla remains not only a worldwide icon but a representation of the destruction that us humans create and the possible consequences of our actions. Examples would be the melting of the polar ice-caps and the loss of fossil fuels. I doubt we'll ever accidently create a giant, violent reptile that is indestructible. But you never know.....
This post has been edited by the_booty_is_mine24: Fri Mar 25, 2011 08:53 PM