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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Review

 Hey there everybody. I know it's been a while since I did a new review. My monsterverse review series has been on hold for a while, but hopefully I'll get back to that soon. For now, I want to review a very special movie to me that came out in theaters not too long ago, and will soon be on Paramount Plus as I am making this video. So as you all might know, I am a big fan of Sonic the Hedgehog. My first video game as a little boy was the original Sonic the Hedgehog for Sega Genesis, and I was hooked on the franchise ever since. In the middle of 2019, trailers came out for a Sonic movie, which got backlash because of the original design for Sonic. In the end though, after fan outcry, the studio decided to redesign the character to make him look like the Sonic we know and love, and when the film came out, it was a success with Sonic fans and casual viewers alike. What I am reviewing today is the sequel to that film. The movie I am reviewing today is Sonic the Hedgehog 2.  First,

Kong Skull Island Review

 Hello everyone. Welcome to part 2 of The Godly Dragon Reviews The Monsterverse. Today I want to talk about one of the most famous monsters in cinema history, King Kong. Now, King Kong is a franchise that I only recently got into. Jurassic Park and Godzilla were my first exposures to the monster movie genre, and it wasn't until February of 2021 that I took the time to watch almost every King Kong movie in anticipation of Godzilla vs Kong later that year. Actually, my first exposure to the King Kong franchise was with Kong: King of the Apes on Netflix. The show didn't get good reviews, but I actually thought it was really cool. I also got to experince the King Kong 360 3-D attraction at Universal Studios in Hollywood. I would say my favorite King Kong movies are the original from 1933, Godzilla vs Kong, the 2005 remake directed by Peter Jackson, and Kong Skull Island, the subject of today's review. There was also a crossover back in 1963 called King Kong vs Godzilla, where t

Wings of Fire Book Series Review

 Hey everyone. I'm still planning on continuing my Monsterverse movie review series at some point, but for now I want to do another book review instead. The only book I ever reviewed on this channel was a book called Dragons in our Midst: Raising Dragons, which was a Christian book I reviewed a very long time ago. This time however, I want to review a more secular but good book series that I got into a year ago. The books that I am going to be reviewing today are the Wings of Fire books by Tui T. Sutherland.  Let me just say that Wings of Fire is probably in my top 5 favorite book series somewhere, next to Narnia, Goosebumps, The Inheritance Cycle, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and Deltora Quest. I would have loved Wings of Fire when I was a kid. These books are after my time though. By the time Wings of Fire came out, I was already a senior in high school, so I was past the intended age for these books. These books are intended for kids in upper elementary school or middle schoo

Godzilla (2014) Review

 Hello everyone. Welcome to the sixth anniversay of my channel and the first review of 2022. I hope you all had a Merry Christmas. Also, Happy New Year! It's no secret at this point that I am a very big Godzilla fan. The main draw of these movies for me is seeing giant monsters knocking down buildings and stepping on cities and causing collateral damage as they beat the snot out of each other. There's just something so humourously awesome about guys in giant monster suits destroying model cities and then wrestling with each other. I also like the special effects for the super abilities for the monsters and the fireworks they used for explosions. I just love that stuff and I find it entertaining. The Godzilla franchise has also crossed over with the King Kong franchise, which just so happens to be my second favorite monster movie franchise. But I'll talk about King Kong in another review Why am I talking about Godzilla and King Kong? That's because they both appear in a

Home Alone Review

 Hello everybody. It's the Christmas season once again! It's been a very long time since I reviewed a movie of any sort, so I thought this would be a good time to return to reviews. You know, everyone has a Christmas tradition, such as going to church, putting up decorations, singing Christmas carols, going to see their families, and opening presents under the Christmas tree. However, my favorite Christmas tradition is watching Christmas movies and Christmas specials. I think everyone has a favorite Christmas movie, and there's many Christmas movies out there it's hard to pick just one. But I suppose if I had to pick one Christmas movie that's my favorite, there is one in particular. Released on November 16, 1990 in the United States, the movie is Home Alone.  What makes Home Alone special? Let's start with the story. The story is about a family known as The McAllisters, a very big family that is preparing for their Christmas vacation to Paris. The parents'

The Godly Dragon's Top 15 Godzilla Movies (including Godzilla vs Kong)

Hey there everyone. So now that Godzilla vs Kong is finally released to the public, I decided to update my Top 15 Godzilla movies list. Not only will this list include Godzilla vs Kong, I also decided to switch some movies around and replace certain movies with different ones after realizing I liked certain movies more than the ones I put on the original list. So, here are my top 15 new picks. Which ones do I think are the best of the best this time? Let's find out.  #15: Godzilla against Mechagodzilla The original #15 was Invasion of Astro Monster, but now I'm kicking myself for not putting Godzilla against Mechagodzilla on the list because it turned out I think this film is awesome. Basically what happens is that another Godzilla comes to attack Tokyo and the Japanese government uses the bones of the original 1954 Godzilla to construct a Mechagodzilla weapon named Kiryu, but then the spirit of the original Godzilla is awakened in the machine causing it to go berserk, and that

Godzilla vs Kong Spoiler Review

 Hey guys, so I just saw Godzilla vs Kong a couple nights ago and I absolutely loved it. However, this review is going to contain spoilers, so if you don't want to hear spoilers, you have ten seconds to click away. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... Okay, if you're still here, I'm going to assume you've already seen the movie or don't care if you get spoiled. So, I've been anticipating this film ever since it was announced. I am a huge fan of Godzilla and I've seen every Godzilla movie there is and over the past couple months I also watched almost every King Kong movie to get excited for the rematch of the century. So if you're still watching this and haven't seen this movie, then you are probably wondering how it all went down. So here's how it went:  Basically what happens in this movie is that Godzilla has been attacking cities where Apex Cybernetics facilities are located which causes a lot of alarm, panic, and collateral damage, so one of the