as mentioned in If this makes any sense at all, Kong: Skull Island a terrible film done perfectly.
Kong: Skull Island was directed by indie darling Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) and is set in 1973 — right at the end of the Vietnam War.
Kong: Skull Island learned its lesson from its 2014 predecessor, Godzilla (Gareth Edwards), and shows its monster early and often.
The art of the monster movie makes a rip-roaring return with Kong: Skull Island, a resurrection of everyone’s favorite ape in an a completely original tale.
In Skull Island, it’s a modern spin on the classic “Kong vs. T-Rex” battle and pits the ape against a hideous creature known as a Skull Crawler.
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Review: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ Crosses a 1933 Classic With ‘Apocalypse Now’
as informed in In many ways “Skull Island” looks and plays like its antecedents, despite the cosmetic tweaks, digital effects and attempts at inclusive casting.
Yet even as “Skull Island” avoids some stereotypes, it embraces others, partly through a struggle that pits a pathological black character against a pair of white saviors.
In “Kong: Skull Island,” the big guy has a new look and a new gal pal, Mason Weaver (Brie Larson), who’s somewhat feistier and certainly more sensibly dressed than her predecessors.
Far larger than his forebears, Kong looks as big as a mountain here.
Kong is the beast we know, the beast we deny, the beast we fear, the beast we kill.
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