Shin Godzilla

(Hideaki Anno & Shinji Higuchi, 2016)

<p style="display:inline"><i>Shin Godzilla  </i></p><h3 style="display:inline">  (Hideaki Anno & Shinji Higuchi, 2016)</h3>

Godzilla – or Gojira, as it's more commonly called in Toho's new reboot – may be the thing knocking down high-rise apartment buildings. But Japanese bureacracy is the real villain of Shin Godzilla. That, and (of course) mankind's dubious control over nuclear technology.

There's a geyser-like eruption in Tokyo Bay, and the Aqua-Line, an undersea highway, begins to flood. Japanese bureaucrats are scrambling to identify the problem when a tail begins thrashing around in the plume. Soon enough, an enormous creature emerges from the sea to force its way down canals and city streets, pushing a gathering wall of boats and cars.