If you’ve been on social media, you’re bound to have seen people talking about Godzilla Minus One. The legendary Japanese monster is back on the silver screen, and with rave reviews, we are all desperate to know when and where we can watch it for ourselves.
Godzilla Minus One takes us back to World War 2. As Japan struggles to come to terms with the damage dealt by the atomic bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima (as seen in the summer’s blockbuster Nolan film Oppenheimer), the country is forced to face even more demonstration at the hands, or rather claws, of Godzilla.
Find out everything you need to know about Godzilla Minus One’s theatrical release below, along with international release dates, streaming rumors, and how it’s being received by audiences.
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How to watch Godzilla Minus One right now
If you want to watch Godzilla Minus One, you’ll need to head to your nearest movie theater. Thankfully, that shouldn’t prove to be too difficult, as the movie is currently screening in over 3,500 theaters across the United States and Canada from December 15.
Fans in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, and many more, can also catch the movie in their local cinemas. Check your local theater listings for showings.
Is Godzilla Minus One coming to streaming services?
Unfortunately, Godzilla Minus One is not currently available on streaming services, and Toho has yet to announce any plans for a streaming release.
However, back in October, Amazon Prime Video’s Japanese Twitter account shared the movie’s trailer, leading many to believe that it will be the home of the monster when its theatrical run concludes.
It’s unclear whether this would be a Japanese-exclusive deal, however, so we could see it pop up on other platforms like Apple TV, YouTube, or Sky Cinema internationally to rent or buy.
Is Godzilla Minus One dubbed or subtitled?
Godzilla Minus One is not dubbed, but does come with English subtitles.
The film comes with the original Japanese audio track, and there is currently no word on whether Toho intends to produce a dubbed version of the movie for international audiences.
Godzilla Minus One trailer
The final trailer for Godzilla Minus One was released on November 3 and shows the giant creature embarking on its path of destruction through Japan.
From a destroyed boat to crushed buildings, trains torn in half to cars being thrown through cities, there’s no shortage of carnage as the people of Japan fight to take down this humongous wrecking machine and save the lives of millions.
Godzilla Minus One reception
It’s safe to say that Godzilla Minus One is receiving rave reviews, with audiences and critics alike praising the movie for both its story and effects.
Godzilla Minus One currently boasts a 98% rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, earning the Certified Fresh seal of approval. Cinema-goers agree, giving it a 98% audience score. On IMDb, the film has a rating of 8.8/10 after 22,000 reviews, while Letterboxd users have given it a 4.2 stars out of five.