You sound like a desperate fanboy who can't accept fair and good criticism.
I actually completely agree with him. The only thing you seemed to have said in its defense is that it isn't [insert well explained and understandable argument against movie #65].
I personally think it is an okay movie, but nothing more and nothing less. Yeh, 95% of Godzilla movies have the monsters show up for less than 15 minutes, but the pacing of these films mostly goes by quickly and the monsters scenes aren't cut in short segments of 10 seconds for every 5 minutes and the human characters, especially during the showa era, were usually very entertaining, most notably in Ghidorah, Invasion of the Astro-Monster, vs. Gigan and vs. Mechagodzilla. Besides Bryan Cranston, whose character is incredibly under-used and killed in a fast and soulless way.
As for the remaining characters, "subtle performance" or not, none of them were either likable or remotely interesting. Watanabe had potential, but like Cranston, he's barely used. And let's not even talk about David Strathairn, Sally Hawkins and most especially Juliette Binoche, who even said she wished she had read the script prior to working on it.
I sincerely hope Gareth and Borenstein will learn from their mistakes for the next film because there's potential with that trilogy. Hopefully though, next time they hire big stars, they use them well.