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Wir haben erst März - doch der schlimmste Film des Kinojahrs steht schon fest. Hollywoods Riesenaffenklamotte "Kong: Skull Island" ist. Im neuesten King-Kong-Abenteuer „Kong: Skull Island” von Regisseur Jordan Vogt-Roberts' („Kings of Summer“) stellen sich in den Hauptrollen. Eine Gruppe von Wissenschaftlern, Soldaten und Abenteurern bricht Anfang der er Jahre unter der Führung von Lieutenant Colonel Packard auf, eine mysteriöse Insel im Pazifik zu erkunden. Schon bei der Ankunft auf Skull Island werden die.
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May 13, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 18, The pacing and screenwriting fail to match up with the impressive cast and visuals.
The film seems to waver between monster-thriller and goofy-comedy, and it most likely would've worked better if it had committed to one of the aforementioned genres.
Spencer M Super Reviewer. Dec 08, I honestly think comparing this movie to the original would be a bit unfair. I say this because the original has already been established as a classic and, in some people's eyes, you can't compete with the classics, even if those classics haven't exactly aged well from a technical standpoint.
That's not to say that the original King Kong wasn't impressive because, for , Kong himself was certainly very impressive.
Unless you grew up loving the film or are an appreciator of the classics, this movie isn't gonna hold up well to eyes.
It's not the film's fault, but that's also not people's faults either. I think that, subconsciously, we always want what's new and we want to see technological progress.
Going back to my first smartphone, as good as it may have been at the time, wouldn't really go well when I've had two Samsung Galaxys S3 and S6.
Because we're always thinking about how we can move forward. I feel that that also applies to the original King Kong. People who haven't seen the movie can't magically adjust their eyes and minds to how it was back in It's impossible.
You can pretend that you are watching it as you were in , but you're not. Even the appreciators, unless they're really hardcore, don't really put themselves into the mindset of how it was in , because the film probably looked a lot dirtier and grainier than it does now with various restorations performed.
Peter Jackson's is, basically, a remake of the original and a very good one at that that runs longer than life itself. Well, really, according to its Netflix page, it runs 3 hours and 7 minutes with credits.
I saw this version not that long ago I didn't review it because, honestly, I didn't want to and it's something like close to an hour into the film before they get to Skull Island itself.
This movie differs in some key ways that, honestly, I think are beneficial in attempting to set itself apart. In a lot of ways, this is a war movie.
This group of scientists and soldiers head to this island in the Pacific that has been completely uncharted, unmapped and unexplored by man or so they thought.
So they're sent to the island on a 'geological' expedition. I say that in quotation marks because, of course, the group behind the expedition has some ulterior motives and that is to see if there are monsters hiding beneath the earth and finding a way to flush them out.
I don't wanna say that 's King Kong wasted time in showing you Kong himself, they built it up to it rather nicely.
But I think this movie understands that, for this to work as a war movie, Kong has to immediately attack the helicopters as they come in and drop seismic charges on the island.
Kong's introduction in this movie is tremendous and it does set the mood for this being a proper monster movie. Even though Kong, really, is kind of the hero in this scenario.
There's an obvious, not-so-subtle commentary on how humans feel the need to destroy what they do not know.
Or how they go into lands that are not their own and act as if they own the place and, yet, somehow when those native to those lands fight back, they're somehow the villains.
That's explored in Packard's relationship with Kong, if it can be called that. Colonel Packard Samuel Jackson is a soldier without a war to fight as, the day prior to going into this expedition, the Vietnam war was Oh, and yea, this is set in Packard jumps at the opportunity to get back in the field, even if those below him SHOULD be able to go home to their families.
Anyway, when Kong destroys some of the helicopters that come into the island, after dropping seismic charges of course, Packard takes it upon himself to go to a location where one of his other soldiers is at, collect the weapons and hunt Kong down.
Packard's actions are selfish because, really, he's putting the rest of his team at risk of being murdered just because of some need to get rid of a giant ape that, really, can't be brought down with conventional weaponry.
The more sensible thing would be to retreat and escape with as many people as you can. The not-so-sensible thing would be to put your men's lives in further danger for some misguided mission to get "revenge".
Honestly, to me, Packard is probably the most interesting character in the entire movie. Not really saying much, when Packard's really the only one with these motivations as the rest are just trying to survive.
Having said that, however, I did like the characters and the cast was very good. It's just that there wasn't much development for a good chunk of them.
There was also Hank Marlow, who had been stuck on the island since before World War 2 ended with this Japanese soldier that he was fighting against.
Eventually, of course, they became friends as they found their way to the local tribe, that took them in and helped them for almost 30 years.
I think that's another not-so-subtle commentary on how two people, without being told by their respective governments that the other is the enemy, can set aside their fight and become friends.
I honestly wish we could have seen more of Gunpei the Japanese soldier and Marlow. The former is already dead by the time Conrad's group finds their way to the tribe.
Perhaps the one problem that I had with the movie was how all these characters were split apart in the original attack by Kong.
One group ends up on one side of the island and the other group ends up in another place entirely. And a lot of this is the groups trying to find their way back to each other.
I never thought the movie was bad, or even remotely close to it, but I feel that this approach did kind of hurt the pacing a bit. Made it feel as if the movie did not need to be as long as it was.
I think if you're gonna have these moments where both groups are just travelling, then you need to make more than one character legitimately interesting.
That way it doesn't feel like we're just killing time until the next big set-piece. And the movie also has plenty of those as well. That's one thing, I do think the monster elements of the movie deliver on what they promise.
There's some thrilling scenes where Kong fights skull-crawlers, which are like these lizard things that have Cubone's face, Jordan Vogt-Roberts director of this movie even said as much.
There's a giant spider and the scene that it appears in is straight out of a horror movie. In short, the movie offers some pretty damn cool moments with its monster.
And, also, it's a very pretty movie to look at too. There's just something about the cinematography that I enjoyed. It sets the tone perfectly, some of the shots are really cool and the 70s soundtrack helps put you in that era.
In short, this is a really well-made movie, no complaints from me in that front. The movie evokes some strong war imagery that's similar in nature to Apocalypse Now and Platoon, minus the grime.
And, really, I think that part of what I like most about the movie is how it makes a war movie using the frameworks of a creature feature.
It works surprisingly well, all things considered. With that said, even as impressive as some of the special effects were, I think I'd still have to give the nod to the King Kong.
Kong in that movie was just spectacular in terms of his movements and acting believably like a giant fucking ape. I don't think this movie remotely comes close to capturing the heart and soul of Kong.
And I believe that this movie tried, because Kong does show compassion for some characters in the movie, but I don't think that they captured that as well as Peter Jackson's version.
That's not to say that it isn't really fucking cool to see Kong, in this movie, fight against a giant octopus or giant lizard-things, but the movie failed to capture the heart of Kong and, realistically speaking, Kong IS the heart and soul of the movie.
So, yea, while I had my complaints, I still felt that this was a good movie. It's just something different for the franchise. It doesn't try to replicate the original, it blazes its own path and I really like that.
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