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My Godzillathon, Part XXII
Godzilla vs Destroyah (1995)
Rating: 10/10
Destroyah was the most memorable monster to me back in the day. I was positively terrified of it, and still am. There is something about that giant decapod that unsettles me. Let alone its many different forms!
This is the last installment in the second Godzilla series and the darkest one. The original Godzilla suffers a full-on meltdown, unable to control his own power. His son absorbs the energy and becomes the next Godzilla, indicating that ‘Godzilla’ as a force of nature will never disappear.

My Godzillathon, Part XXII

Godzilla vs Destroyah (1995)

Rating: 10/10

Destroyah was the most memorable monster to me back in the day. I was positively terrified of it, and still am. There is something about that giant decapod that unsettles me. Let alone its many different forms!

This is the last installment in the second Godzilla series and the darkest one. The original Godzilla suffers a full-on meltdown, unable to control his own power. His son absorbs the energy and becomes the next Godzilla, indicating that ‘Godzilla’ as a force of nature will never disappear.

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"I was on a plane watching a documentary about Diana Vreeland, who was the editor of Vogue for years, who is incredible […] They asked her ‘How do you get to be Diana Vreeland?’ and her response was ‘Well, darling, first you have to arrange to be born in Paris!’ And that worked for her, and that’s great, but if someone were to ask me, I’d say: First, you’d have to arrange to be born in the Bronx, to two brilliant, fantastic, Cuban immigrants who taught me grace under fire…sometimes quite literally, ‘cause it was the Bronx…who taught me that work was a blessing and not a chore, who taught me that you determine your self worth and that you tell people who you are…they don’t get to tell you." - Gina Torres

How could somebody dislike Gina Torres, if at all? She’s Cleopatra of our times.