If you like your movies big and loud, you can rest assured that they don’t come much more gargantuan or noisy than “Godzilla: King of the Monsters.” If you like them dark – physically, not emotionally – this sequel to the 2014 “Godzilla” reboot has weather and debris difficulties that render visibility so impenetrable, it makes the infamous “Long Night” episode of “Game of Thrones” look like one of the Brady Bunch’s sunshine days.
The story begins five years after “Godzilla” ended, when San Francisco was in flames, and its buildings reduced to rubble. The big lizard, having vanquished the MUTO monsters, vanished into the ocean. But survivors of the events, and loved ones of those who were lost in it, haven’t gotten over it. There