Saul Isaac Garcia’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm honestly glad I finally got to see it and to be frankly honest I thought it was pretty decent.
The story is indeed about Godzilla and hardly has any sub-plots so I'm pretty grateful for that but it is basically a Remake of the 1954 Godzilla Film which is nice yet I think they took it too far because 1) The Godzilla Roar is the exact same as the first one which sounds out of place for this particular Godzilla considering how Demonic it looks, 2) the Music has a more Nostalgic feel and doesn't sound too new except for One Moment/Scene it sounded pretty fitting, & 3) As much as I love Shin Godzilla's Fire Lightshow Scene it is the "Tokyo is now in the Sea of Fire" type of moment. I wish the remake didn't make some Deja Vu way too obvious.
Most or all of the Characters are uninteresting except for 1 Character who knew how to take charge & defeat Shin Godzilla with some Attitude but that's fine because most or some Godzilla Films at least have 1 or 2 characters I like the most than others.
Overall it's decent & I really liked it.