King Kong

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Peter Jackson is the new King of cinema! Naomi Watt is the new Nicole Kidman!

It is 1933, and vaudeville actress Ann (Naomi Watts) has found herself rescued by filmmaker and multiple hyphenate Carl Denham (Jack Black). Carl promises his crew a trip to Singapore for filming, but actually hopes to find and capture on film the mysterious place of legend: Skull Island where King Kong resides.

From the urban jungle of Manhattan, to the Skull Island jungle, Jackson once again creates spectacular visual effects which is so real.

You may complain that 183 minutes is too long, but there was never a boring moment. From the nostalgic US, creepy Skull Island, violent islanders, Dinosaurs, giant leeches to the King Kong rampage finale, every scene stimulates a different sensory from fright, anticipation to being very, very touched.

Not since Disney’s Beauty and the Beast do we feel such emotions in a monster. Instead of being a 2 billion mega digital movie, King Kong incorporates the emotional element that breathes life to the creature.

I haven’t feel so much fun in a theatre for the longest time. Pure cinematic enjoyment.

King Kong – 2005’s Best Film. Worth every cent.

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