Hmm, I love the campy Japanese films of the sixties (except for maybe All Monsters Attack, little bullied kid becomes dream friends with Minilla), even the Millennium series Godzilla aren't terrible. I'd rather watch those over Matthew Broderick running from a giant deformed T Rex in NYC.
I saw the '14 Godzilla movie in the theater, but barely even remember it. It's less memorable than Destroy all Monsters, with the aliens brainwashing the scientists on Monster Island and releasing the Kaiju.
Personally, I enjoyed Kong: Skull Island. I only hope Godzilla '19 is better than '14 if they plan to do a team up/ versus movie between the two of them. I want Godzilla to be memorable, not forgettable.
Frankly, I haven't been that impressed with what anyone is doing with Godzilla lately. Didn't care for the 2014 Godzilla, didn't care for Shin Godzilla, hated the first part of the anime Godzilla. It feels like everyone has lost sight of what Godzilla, the character, actually is.
The next film is supposed to be Kong Vs Godzilla. According to the director, they've upped Kong's height by 100 ft & set his movie in the '70's, just so he'd be a credible threat to Godzilla in the present day.