Film Review: KING KONG (2005)

With eighty more years of film technique at their command (screenwriting, screen acting, etc, as well as special effects), Jackson & his team have transformed a mythopoetic Depression Era classic into not only the best film of 2005, but one of the greatest films ever made. Bring Kleenex? You bet!!! More on KING KONG (2005).

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    • Susu
    • August 29, 2014
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    Don’t get me wrong, I still love Jurassic Park, but the technology there is now twelve years old. Peter Jackson’s KING KONG is the experience for which movies were invented. The CGI was incredible, the casting appropriate (this wasn’t supposed to be an actor-driven, big-star film, after all), and the flow was satisfying. Even the somewhat slow build-up had a huge payoff once you see Kong running through the jungle with Ann in his giant hand. Is it a flawless movie? Probably not. But it Is a perfect example of why we go to movies in the first place– to see things that we will never see in our real lives. When I walked out of the theater and was making my way through the deserted lobby, I had an odd feeling. Every poster I saw for an upcoming film kind of made me feel like all those movies were probably just going to be a waste of film next to KING KONG.

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