Not an Earthquake, Just Godzilla
In order for a movie to be truly remarkable and captivating, you want the audience to feel as if they are really there, experiencing whatever it is happening on screen, rather than sitting in a dark movie theater. You want them to feel as if they are caught in the midst of something bigger. At least, that’s what they were going for while making the 2014 hit Godzilla.
The filmmakers borrowed the concert speakers from The Rolling Stones in order to achieve the perfect sound. Only, the sound was so clear and loud, that residents near the studios complained about an earthquake. People actually heard the noise from three miles away. If they didn’t get an Oscar for that, it’s truly a shame.