I wiled away many a Saturday afternoon watching old Godzilla movies on our local UHF station, so really you only have to say “Giant robots fight giant monsters” to get me excited. Throw in the impeccable nerd-cred of Guillermo del Toro and this probably ranks as the summer movie I’m most excited about. Once more, for emphasis: Giant Robots vs. Giant Monsters!!!!!! Get pumped America!!!!
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