4 Responses to “King Kong (2005)”

  1. Glad you’re a fan of this, it really is visually superior to most stuff. I find it so interesting that Watts sells her role completely, opposite all that CGI.

  2. Heather says:

    It was incredibly impressive visually but had a strong script with good actors supporting it too. I constantly find myself surprised that more people don’t like this film. I’m not a huge advocate of remakes, but this is one that held it’s own and I love the Jeff Bridges version as well.

  3. Chris w says:

    God you’re so wrong about this film. I’m a huge fan of the original, which is a film full of peril for the girl captured by kong, an essential element left out it seems by Jackson. The audience was supposed to be scared by kong and scared for the girl, instead they got on so well it was almost as if we we were asked to support her not being rescued! The first and only time we should feel sorry for kong is when he’s being shot at the end! Also reading about the making of this film Andy Serlis apparently wanted to keep true to how a mountain gorilla would behave. Surely as a 25 foot ape (originally 50 foot incidentally) we are being asked to suspend our disbelief

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