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  • Their intention was to show the world this 'eigth' wonder while getting fame and fortune from their great find

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      King Kong, directed by Peter Jackson is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for frightening adventure violence and some disturbing images. The original release date was December 14, 2005 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Adventure/Drama/Romance and stars Naomi Watts as Ann Darrow, Jack Black as Carl Denham, Adrien Brody as Jack Driscoll,

      Thomas Kretschmann as Captain Englehorn, Colin Hanks as Preston as Andy Serkis as Lumpy.

      A remake of the classic movie known to all by now of a giant ape who falls crazy in love with a human woman. That in turn evenually led to his death after being taken from his natural habitat for show in the civilzed world as a natural attraction.

      The beginning - A film producer in need of a great movie goes in search of a mysterious island. There, he and the crew members of the ship they set out on, encounter danger on a wide scale.

      While in the process of fleeing for their lives, they come to notice that the island they are on is no ordinary one…it boasts ...

      • King Kong (2005)
      creatures only heard of through fairy tales and documentary programmes, creatures like Dinosaurs, oversized creepy crawlers and King Kong himself.

      They eventually managed to capture Kong and take him back to the world of the modern day man. Their intention was to show the world this ‘eigth’ wonder while getting fame and fortune from their great find. Little did they know, that

      Kong wasn’t having any of this…he escapes and runs wild in the city.

      Authorities must do what they can to take the giant beast down before he causes the loss of many lives.All that and more…regarding the relationship between this monster and a fair maiden.

      This remake is one for the history books, it did not disappoint in the least. Well worth the money, yime and effort…Enjoy!

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