Recently I watched the movie "Shin-Godzilla". I was deeply impressed by it and felt close to tears plenty of times.
But I heard that it received so many negative reviews at oversea and was already off the screen at Taiwan (Chinese Taipei).
In fact I guarantee if you go to the theater expecting some kind of disaster movie, you will get bored with so many conference scene.
I understand it because this movie has much to do with social circumstances of Japan (so if you have interest in Japanese culture it must be fun as research object).
Loosely speaking, in the first half of a film the director satirize weakness of Japanese, for example slowness of decision-making, ostrich policy, vertically structured administration, or army which bound with so many laws.
And in the latter half he describe strength of Japanese, always face up to difficulty not as an individual but as a team.
General director Hideaki Anno is my hero in eary life, and his animation movie "The end of Evangelion" is one of the best movie in my life even if now I'm a old man and have little interest in Otaku culture.
I'd like to believe you'll enjoy the conference scene even if you don't know meaning of words, just like the scene of uptight talking at NERV base.
And from perspective of Otaku culture, one of the character Hiromi Bitou got great popularity now because her sulky face remind them famous character of Evangelion Rei Ayanami.
But I also think it will be more fun if you have a background information of it.
I heard the movie is before the premiere at North America and I don't wanna write spoiler review, especially how American force (or UN force) play a role in the story.
So I'd like to write about relationship between America and Japan which has no direct relation with the movie.