11 Apr 2021

King Kong [2005] [West] [New Zealand]

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King Kong [2005] [West] [New Zealand]
King Kong 2005 New Zealand Peter Jackson Naomi Watts Jack Black Adrien Brody  Action, Adventure, Drama
Title: King Kong
Year: 2005 Country: New Zealand
Durasi: 187 Minutes Genre: Action , Adventure , Drama Rating IMDB: 7.3 dari 10
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0360717/?ref_=nv_sr_1
Director: Peter Jackson
Casts: Naomi Watts , Jack Black , Adrien Brody
Production Company: Universal Pictures
Cast and Crew: Peter Jackson (director/screenplay); Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens (screenplay); Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Colin Hanks, Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis, Kyle Chandler, Evan Parke, John Sumner, Lobo Chan, Craig Hall, William Johnson, Mark Hadlow, Jed Brophy, Todd Rippon, Peter Jackson, Rick Baker, Rick Porras, Bob Burns, Howard Shore
This Movie is Listed in Category(ies): Sequels, Tema MonsterVerse
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King Kong is a 2005 American monster film co-written, produced, and directed by Peter Jackson. A second remake of the 1933 film of the same title, the film stars Andy Serkis, Naomi Watts, Jack Black, and Adrien Brody. Set in 1933, it follows the story of an ambitious filmmaker who coerces his cast and hired ship crew to travel to the mysterious Skull Island. There, they encounter prehistoric creatures living on the island as well as a legendary giant gorilla known as Kong, whom they capture and take to New York City. Filming for King Kong took place in New Zealand from September 2004 to March 2005. The project's budget climbed from an initial $150 million to a then-record-breaking $207 million.

It was released on December 14, 2005 in Germany and the United States, and made an opening of $50.1 million. While it performed lower than expected, King Kong made domestic and worldwide grosses that eventually added up to $562 million, becoming the fourth-highest-grossing film in Universal Pictures history at the time and the fifth-highest-grossing film of 2005. It also generated $100 million in DVD sales upon its home video release. King Kong garnered largely positive reviews from critics, and appeared on several top ten lists for 2005. The film was praised for its special effects, performances, sense of spectacle and comparison to the 1933 original, though some criticisms were focused on its 3-hour long run time. It won three Academy Awards: Best Sound Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Visual Effects. A tie-in video game was released alongside the film, which also became a commercial and critical success.

In 1933, during the Great Depression, New York City actress Ann Darrow is hired by financially troubled filmmaker Carl Denham to star in a film alongside actor Bruce Baxter. Ann learns her favorite playwright, Jack Driscoll, is the screenwriter. Filming takes place on the SS Venture, under Captain Englehorn, and under Carl's pretense it will be sailing to Singapore. In truth, Carl intends to sail to and film the mysterious Skull Island. Captain Englehorn has second thoughts about the voyage, prompted by his crew's speculation of trouble ahead. On the voyage, Ann and Jack fall in love. The Venture receives a radio message informing Englehorn there is a warrant for Carl's arrest due to his defiance of the studio's orders to cease production.

The message instructs Englehorn to divert to Rangoon, but the ship becomes lost in fog and runs aground on Skull Island. Carl and his crew explore the island and are attacked by natives who kill two members of the crew. Englehorn intervenes and rescues the film crew, but as they make efforts to leave the waters, a native sneaks onto the ship and kidnaps Ann. The natives offer Ann as a sacrifice to King Kong, a 25-foot-tall (7.6 m) ape. Jack notices Ann's disappearance, and the crew returns to the island, but are too late as Kong flees with Ann into the jungle. Carl manages to catch a glimpse of Kong and becomes determined to capture him on film.

Though initially terrified of her captor, Ann wins Kong over with her juggling and dancing skills and begins to grasp Kong's intelligence and capacity for emotion. Englehorn organizes a rescue party, led by his first mate Hayes and Jack, and accompanied by the film crew. The party gets caught between a herd of Apatosaurus-like Brontosaurus baxteri and a pack of Utahraptor-like Venatosaurus saevidicus hunting them, with several killed in the resulting stampede. After this, Baxter leaves the group to return to the ship.

The remaining members of the party continue through the jungle when Kong attacks, making them fall into a ravine resulting in Hayes' death and Carl losing his camera. Kong returns to Ann and saves her from three theropod dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex-like Vastatosaurus rex, before taking her to his lair in the mountains. The remaining rescue party are attacked by giant insects in the ravine and rescued by Baxter and Englehorn. As Jack continues searching for Ann, Carl decides to capture Kong. Jack goes to Kong's lair, inadvertently waking him and provoking a swarm of large bat-like creatures. As Kong fights them off, Ann and Jack escape. They arrive at the wall with Kong pursuing them, and Ann becomes distraught by what Carl plans to do. Kong bursts through the gate to get Ann back, killing several sailors, but is subdued when Carl knocks him out with chloroform.

In New York City, Carl presents "Kong, the Eighth Wonder of the World" on Broadway, starring Baxter and an imprisoned Kong. Ann, who refused to take part in the performance, is played by an anonymous chorus girl. Agitated by the chorus girl not being Ann and flashes from cameras, Kong breaks free from his chains and wrecks the theater. Out on the city's streets, Kong searches for Ann and chases Jack, knocking him unconscious, before encountering Ann again, who is able to calm him. Kong and Ann share a moment on a frozen pond in Central Park until the U.S. Army attacks, and Kong tries getting Ann and himself to safety by climbing to the top of the Empire State Building, where he fights off six Navy planes. Jack follows Kong and Ann trying to help them. Despite managing to down three of them, Kong is mortally wounded from the planes' gunfire. He gazes at Ann one last time before he dies from his wounds and his lifeless body falls to the ground. As Jack reaches the top of the building and comforts Ann, civilians, policemen, and soldiers gather around Kong's corpse in the street, one bystander commenting the airplanes got him. Carl makes his way through the crowd, takes one last look at Kong and says, "It wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast."

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