I have to say I am once again a believer! This new Godzilla movie was delivered for long-time Godzilla fans. This is especially true for those of who grew up watching the Showa-era movies, where 99% of the movie revolved around boring human characters engaging in a plot that makes no sense, so we can finally watch a 5-10 minute battle at the end of the movie.
Movie critic snobs will no doubt bash Godzilla vs Kong for its lack of human character arcs as they write negative reviews, donning their unkempt man buns and surrounded by their 18 cats.
In 1962 Godzilla and King Kong threw down in the epic film: King King vs Godzilla. So who wins? Well, throughout the bulk of their fights, Godzilla clearly has the upper hand and Kong takes the most damage. But Kong has a rally at the end and technically is the victor.
In their initial encounter, the two face off at a distance. Kong throws a couple of boulders at Godzilla. However, after Godzilla responds with his radioactive breath, Kong realizes he is outmatched and withdraws.
Godzilla varies in height depending on the movie/show.
In the original Godzilla movies (1954-1975), Godzilla stood around 50 meters tall. He would become progressively taller in later movies. In the movie Godzilla 1984, he stands around 80 meters. He then stands around 100 meters in various movies in the early-mid 90’s and 2004.