>Humanity got sick of Godzilla shit, so they were helped by aliens to leave Earth and leave Godzilla and other kaiju alone there.
>25,000 years pass
>Humans come back to see what Earth has become
>It's not Anno's Godzilla
I'm kind of hyped for Monster Planet. How about you, /a/?
it was great
You misinterpreted OP anon, Shin was an incredible movie, true Anno went nuts with the loctation/character descriptions, and Godzilla was a bit pokemony in terms of the evolutions, but it was an excellent experience.
Only problem is that he kind of painted himself into a corner with the ending.
Not that anon, but there's two issues with it. There's the way they defeat him, and the big reveal at the end.
Without spoiling anything, the way they stop him is incredibly lame, and disappointing. While the end reveal is gonna make where they go with this incarnation completely uncharted territory if Anno actually comes back for another go after Eva Rebuild is done.
Huh, I think that the film is pretty self contained and there's no need for a sequel at all.
I took the Godzilla people at the end as a way to show how close we were to getting fucked, same as Fukushima, we got lucky that things didn't get any worse.