Even with the huge caveat of it being a simple Monster Smash movie i was still a bit disappointed. Yes, the humans are not the main characters but even then i feel at least 50% of their scenes could be cut without the movie running into any trouble. I was also disappointed that there were basically on 2 fights between Kong and Godzilla, the first fight in the ships was basically spoilred completely with the millions of pre-release clips and trailers, the second one was longer - one thing that surprised me a bit though that they actually "declared a winner with Godzilla vs. Kong before Mechagodzilla arrived. One thing i still don't understand was the "need" to have some kind of outside control via Ghidora's skull or something ( was not very clear who or what controlled Mechagodzilla, was it a resurrected Ghidora??). Mechagodzilla was built to kill the Titans including Godzilla so why the need to wrench control away from humans? Would have been far more interesting to have a human at the helm fighting Godzilla. Anyway, even for such a basic premise as giant monsters bashing each other while humans can only run for their lives it was a bit mediocre. The first Godzilla movie had had a unique atmosphere ( especially the Parajump onto Godzilla, fantastic scene) and the second went all in and had tons of monster fights, this one fell a bit flat for me.