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GODZILLA: King Of The Monsters, Box Office, And Spokane?

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Obviously this picture is not real. We would've reported this had it actually happened. However, the Spokane portion of it was shot by Reed Schmitt. Obviously this picture is not real. We would've reported this had it actually happened. However, the Spokane portion of it was shot by Reed Schmitt.
Godzilla taking a stroll through Riverfront Park. Again, this didn't really happen. We would've sent out a breaking news email alert that you can sign up for right here on khq.com, if it had actually taken place. Godzilla taking a stroll through Riverfront Park. Again, this didn't really happen. We would've sent out a breaking news email alert that you can sign up for right here on khq.com, if it had actually taken place.
KHQ.com - It was a monster of a debut for Godzilla. 60 years after the first Godzilla movie debuted 1954, the latest installment took in a whooping $93.2 million dollars at the box office, which is the second-largest opener of the year.

Many fans were wondering if the American version would live up to their standards, after the tanking of the 1998 version, often referred to as the "Matthew Broderick version," but let's be honest, he wasn't the only bad thing about that movie. So far, it appears fans agree that the latest version was a success after the film makers got back to basics and followed the more traditional Godzilla formula. 

I saw the movie on Sunday in Imax 3D, and it was well worth it. In fact, the final battle scene alone is worth the $16.00 admission. I don't want to throw out any spoilers, but trust me, you'll want to see how Godzilla utilizes his powers at the very end of the fight.

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