Finally got around to finishing this – I say finish because I actually started watching it a year ago, and then just kinda stopped 15-20 minutes in, at the point where the family stuff is happening. I really get so bored with family stuff in big action/disaster flicks, just get on with the destruction already. In the end, I did like some scenes here and there, but there was so much uninteresting stuff to endure to get there (i.e. anything that didn’t have two giant monsters fighting on the screen). And why do they always have to set these things at night, I want to see it all in daylight, so you can really take in the spectacle. Oh, and Godzilla is a good guy? OK, sure… I’m much more interested to see what Anno’s upcoming Godzilla film will be like – I’m guessing it will be heavy with Evangelion-like mindfucking.