Godzilla (1998)

Godzilla (1998)
Dr. Niko Tatopoulos is happy with his current job---a scientist studying earthworms at Chernobyl. But when the military comes looking for him after finding a mysterious (and gigantic) footprint, he has no choice but to get mixed up in the action. But when a giant lizard appears and eventually makes landfall in Manhattan, causing chaos, panic and destruction in the streets, Niko not only has to deal with the military but also his former the military has to count on Dr. Tatopoulos, his ex-girlfriend and “wanna be” reporter, Audrey, cameraman Victor and French special agent Philippe to not only to deal with Godzilla but also to find the nest of eggs that the lizard has built. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 1998’s “Godzilla”.

∙ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! While they’re trying to escape from Madison Square Garden, Niko, Audrey, Victor and Philippe are running away from the building just as it blows up. In a rear view, Philippe is shown looking back, over his left shoulder while the others are noticeably in front of him. The scene cuts to a front view of the four running and they’re now side by side.

∙ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! The four jump into a taxi cab when they’re trying to escape from Godzilla after the explosion. The light on top of the cab is on in the rear view of the taxi as they drive off. But in the front view, when they run over Godzilla’s foot, the light is off. The light alternates between being off and on during the chase scene. Finally, when the car approaches the military, in the front view, the light is on. But it’s off as they pass them by.

∙ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! When the taxi is on the bridge, having just escaped from Godzilla’s jaws, the right side view of the car shows that the main right headlight is out (the yellow one is still working). But in the front view of the vehicle, both lights are working.

“Godzilla” (1998) stars Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, Maria Pitillo, Hank Azaria, Kevin Dunn, Michael Lerner, Harry Shearer and Arabella Field. It runs 139 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sci-fi monster action/violence.

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