Your statement was certainly hyperbolic, I've seen plenty of complains and then people thrashing it for dumb reasons and I've seen worst examples of "fanboys" for other movies.
In a sense, to fans, it is remarkable, first big budget Godzilla movie that actually has Godzilla in it.
You should join the Godzilla-movies forum then. You are a member of Tohokingdom, which is filled with logical level-headed fans. But I have seen people actually claiming that they KNEW that Godzilla 2014 would be their favorite Godzilla movie long before the movie was even released . There are different groups of fans out there, and the same can be said about animal forums. The people on Tohokingdom are usually very intelligent and level-headed fans, the people on IMDB are usually just trolls who decide to hate on the movie when they haven't even seen it, and the people on Godzilla-movies are just stupid.
They always say bad things about that forum at Tohokingdom so I never really bothered to go there. I actually made a scified account some time ago to try to correct some things and stuff but I can't log in so I'm just ignoring it right now.
I think it depends on where you go, outside the facebook page, tohokindgdom and the youtube channels that were promoting the movie, I never really saw any big overblown reactions or buzz.
Post by Godzillasaurus on May 30, 2014 3:36:25 GMT 5
I admit that a lot of the hype was annoying, but really only depending on who it was coming from.
I remember when the first official reviews were coming out and everyone started to whine when a negative review came out, calling the author an idiot . And then there were people who went into the movie expecting it to be flawless and completely being disappointed when they saw it.
Oh, and did I mention how everyone thought it was the end of the world when one negative review would come out? Everyone shat their pants and started worrying that the movie would fail, even though the majority of reviews were (and still are) positive
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