Where is Godzilla? Should be the title of this film. My most anticipated film of the year gets a D for Disappointing. What you see in the trailers is awesome, because it shows you that the world is on the brink of catastrophe, with humanity doing everything it can to deal with the threat of giant monsters. The cool part of the trailers that build the anticipation to a crescendo is that it just teases you about Godzilla and what the movie is actually about. The marketers of the film did a great job, because this entire film is a tease! The storyline is a cool, which is about humans being in the dark about these mega monsters that roam the Earth, and just like the humans who are wondering about the mystery, so should the viewer. However, once the shroud of mystery is unveiled, then the main characters should be revealed in their full glory! The makers of Godzilla for some reason just tease the viewer throughout the entire film! You may get 10 minutes of full scaled Godzilla and monster on monster action. Did the creators of this American version of the film not learn from the American made Godzilla 1985, and Godzilla 1998? Well they did learn one thing, they actually have Godzilla going up against some monsters, for the brief time we see them. I understand that the filmmakers have to develop a story that showcases humans and their struggle against these gargantuan threats. The original Godzilla movies did this as well, but the difference is that they sprinkled full on Godzilla vs. the various monsters throughout the movie instead of giving us the money shots during the last 10 minutes of the movie. I think I will pop Pacific Rim in and get some good monster vs. robot combat action going on! Don’t get me wrong, when Godzilla is on screen, it is cool, but he was not on screen enough to satisfy the Godzilla kid in me!