last night i had a dream. here’s what i remember:
i was standing next to an elementary school waiting for a bus. some kids were conducting some kind of science experiment. they were releasing weather balloons. the weather balloons had animals attached. dogs and cats. i’m not sure what that means.
why would i dream about weather balloons? jeoprady
son of godzilla
the scientist are testing this atomic weather balloon on godzilla’s island. they’re hoping to create a weather weapon that turns tropical islands into frozen tundras.
son of godzilla is a fascinating movie. it leaves a lot of unanswered questions :
is godzilla a male or female?
i’m guessing both or neither. my theory is that godzilla reproduces asexually.
is son of godzilla even godzilla’s child or does godzilla just sort of adopt him?
raising a child isn’t easy. they demand so much time and attention. they cant do anything on their own. and they dont give you anything in return, other than a continuation of part of your dna. in other words, if the child you’re raising isn’t related to you, you probably hate it. and godzilla appears to hate minizilla. but he learns to love him by the end of the movie. as bud g chord said, “it’s the most powerful scene in a movie ever.”
does son of godzilla have any kind of developmental disability?
minizilla is pretty much unable to do anything. he wouldn’t even eat if it wasn’t for this one girl always feeding him coconuts. the rays that he spits barely have an effect on the giant bugs. he’s crying all the time. he can barely walk. but maybe it takes a log time for godzillas to reach maturity.
is the interaction between godzilla and the giant spider a metaphor for anything?
there’s this part at the end of the movie where godzilla becomes entranced by this weird opening in the spider. then the spider pokes godzilla in the eye. i’m pretty sure it’s sexual.