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The greatest monster movie ever made, King Kong is the rare film that is both great popcorn entertainment and objectively great art. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Erik Bateson
What can I say, they're the old Kong movies, and hats off to the old stop motion film makers.Published 16 days ago by Hawk
The year was 1933.....a controversial director by the name of Carl Denham (played by the quick-witted actor known as Robert Armstrong) searches high and low for the lead in his... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Rob S.
King Kong (1933). A RKO Picture. Running Time: One hour, 44 mins. Includes overture.
2-disc Special Edition.
Directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack. Read more
Terrible. Had i known that there was going to be 2 guys doing a commentary throughout the whole movie, i never would have bought it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by anthony sleck
King Kong, the 1933 movie, oddly recreates Shakespeare's The Tempest. Carl Denim, the producer, is an obsessed Prospero-like character. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Linda Cargill
I enjoy these classic films. I would recommend this film to everyone.
Just one caution... King Kong is much more aggressive in this version than that you might be used to... Read more
The remake is technologically superior but that's about it. This is a great exploration of what drives people and the power of obsession. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NoOneYouKnow
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|Nearly faultless classic sci-fi film!||
Every thing about the original King Kong is as close to flawless as the 30s could get. The fact that it's "weaknesses" are mostly subjective and related to it's age are proof that the story and the amazing way it was told survive into the 21st as a Classic. This movie struck the same... Read More
Aug 24, 2009 by John Patrick Fischner | See all 4 posts
|Did they do a new restoration for the Blu Ray?||
The blu-ray of THE GENERAL is off the camera negative. KING KONG's camera negative is gone. That said, KONG on blu-ray still looks darn good; better than ever, and as good as it is ever likely to get.
Dec 14, 2010 by Casey62 | See all 21 posts
|King Kong 1933, Color and/or B&W?||
King Kong (1933) b/w vs color?
The truth of the matter is that an excellent colorized version of the original King Kong does exist. It was released on laserdisk and the amount of added detail now visible in color was staggering! Although never released in color on DVD in the US, a sub-video... Read More
Dec 13, 2012 by D. McAndrew | See all 14 posts
|Ten Movies That Changed The World.||
Toy Story sold computer animation. And maybe the wizard of oz and or gone with the wind.
Jan 26, 2013 by FlannMann | See all 2 posts
|King Kong fought an Allosaurus and NOT a T-rex.||
Ah yes - Allosaurus, who, according to Paleontologists, was larger, meaner, and had bigger teeth than T-Rex....
Jun 15, 2012 by Anubis | See all 2 posts
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