Driving by his deep will of filming a realistic movie, a greedy filmmaker, goes with his crew to the dangerous island, Skull Island, where the actress has been hijacked by a huge ape, the thing that challenges them, as they struggle against saving her, while she makes a friendship with that ape.
Keywords: #Bruce Cabot #Ernest B. Schoedsack #Fay Wray #King Kong #Merian C. Cooper #Robert Armstrong
Actors Of "King Kong"
Characters Of "King Kong"
Critics Of "King Kong"
April 05, 2011 One of the best adventure horror films ever made, an icon of pop culture with truly erotic and emotionally touching scenes between Fay Wray and the massive gorrillaRead in Source
October 05, 2013 Arguably the monster movie of all time, this abiding take on Beauty and the Beast has a mythic power that belies its years.Read in Source
August 09, 2011 ...throbbing with metaphorical implications. The riveting, stop-motion battle between the great ape and a T. Rex is just a bonus.Read in Source
New York Daily News
March 07, 2013 "King Kong," as spectacular a bolt of celluloid as has thrilled audiences in a couple of sophisticated seasons, is the product of a number of vivid imaginations.Read in Source
June 24, 2006 The throbbing heart of the film lies in the creation of the semi-human simian himself, an immortal tribute to the Hollywood dream factory...Read in Source
July 02, 2007 Willis O'Brien did the stop-action animation for this 1933 feature, which is richer in character than most of the human cast.Read in Source
October 10, 2012 Unfortunately, it was thought necessary to mitigate some of the predominant horror by introducing a human, all-too-human theme.Read in Source
October 07, 2008 It might seem that any creature answering the description of Kong would be despicable and terrifying. Such is not the case. Kong is an exaggeration ad absurdum, too vast to be plausible. This makes his actions wholly enjoyable.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
October 05, 2013 The story, like Frankenstein and Dracula, has taken on the significance of a modern folk tale, layered with obvious moralizing and as familiar as personal history.Read in Source
July 02, 2007 Kong mystifies as well as it horrifies, and may open up a new medium for scaring babies via the screen.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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