3SMReviews: King Kong
This movie excels in how lifelike King Kong is; the way his eyes were animated, I believed he was a huge creature. I didn’t not enjoy it, however, as it is the kind of conquering-with-violence tale that hurts my heart to watch.* Sadly, this movie had the largest number of Black people I will probably see while watching my Scratch-off 100 Essential Movies; they all played “primitives.”
Where watched: at home
*Me: Sweetheart, if you encountered a dinosaur that had long been thought was extinct, what would your first reaction be?”
Matt: Um, I guess document it?”
Me: I know, right?
It also made no sense, Mr. Kong fighting all those dinosaurs. Doesn’t he regularly encounter them on Skull Island? It’s not a very big island. They would have all killed each other if they fight like that all the time.
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/1933/king_kong.html
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(Pssst. Citzen Kane spoiler alert! Things will be revealed in the Citizen Kane picture below. Be warned.)
Not only did I not enjoy the movie, the picture was wrong when I scratched it off. Even before watching the film, I could have told the artist those were biplanes, not helicopters. What’s the drama in a hovering helicopter?
This was predictable, but nice.
I need to find a decent scratcher. The butter knife I’m using takes off a layer of shine along with the silver part. I have a great one store in my Christmas stocking, but that’s at my aunt’s house.