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More Things Godzilla Could Smash

More Things Godzilla Could Smash

We love Godzilla (who doesn’t?), and when Paper Droids posted their list of Things Godzilla Could Smash, we thought of plenty of other things we’d love to see a giant lizard rage-smashing.

The Oscars. For the most part, I was happy with the nominations and who came out with the golden guy. There’s one movie that they shut out that I’ll never forgive: Pacific Rim. I’m not saying it’s the greatest movie in the world, but the special effects were fantastic and it didn’t get a Best Visual Effects nod. What movie did? The Lone Ranger. Godzilla doing his thing would not only be a service for us PR fans, but he would be doing it for himself since Rim was an homage to kaiju films such as his.  — Janelle Smith, TV & Film Writer

The Last Airbender. There are so many things wrong with The Last Airbender, I really don’t know where to start. It’s such a horrendous scar on the face of the ATLA fandom that just mentioning it would turn us into glazed-eyed zombies muttering “But there IS no live-action movie.” If there’s anything I wish Godzilla could completely obliterate, this movie would be it.  — Feliza Casano, Editor

People that don’t know how to drive.  No matter where you are, there are bad drivers (we’re looking at you, Michigan).  And sometimes, you just need to smash the people that don’t understand how the speed limit, turn signals, or lanes work.  — Christina Casano, TV & Film Writer

We find all these things worthy of rage-smashing.  What would you pay good money to see Godzilla smash?

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Girls in Capes magazine showcases women, minorities, and the LGBTQ community in geek culture and pop culture.