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King Kong (Extended Version)
- 3h 20m
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The King Kong Extended Version is an action-packed movie experience with more than 13 minutes of additional footage not seen in the theatrical version, including the heart-stopping excitement of a charging Ceratops and the adrenaline rush of a Skull Island underwater creature's attack! Academy Award®-winning director Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy) brings his sweeping cinematic vision and groundbreaking special effects to this spectacular film, a thrilling epic adventure about a legendary gorilla captured on a treacherous island and brought to civilization, where he faces the ultimate fight for survival. Naomi Watts, Jack Black and Adrien Brody star.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Featuring state-of-the-art special effects, terrific performances, and a majestic sense of spectacle, Peter Jackson's remake of King Kong is a potent epic that's faithful to the spirit of the 1933 original.
Our response to the ape's doom, once touched by authentic tragedy, is now marked by relief that th...
June 21, 2017
Denver Rocky Mountain News
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Common Sense Says
Spectacular remake has violence, intense peril.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that King Kong has many violent scenes that could be scary for younger viewers, as well as plenty of action. Specifically, humans are attacked on the island by giant bugs, bats, and dinosaurs in sustained, pounding action scenes. Kong shifts from scary (chest-pounding and roaring) to sympathetic; he's attacked brutally by men in tanks and planes, shooting guns. Characters drink and smoke cigarettes; Ann wears a slip through most of her adventures on the island. Most troubling is the depiction of the black island natives, who appear as nightmarish, surreal images, chanting and shaking when they sacrifice Ann to Kong. The showbiz version of this scene (re-created in New York) uses blackface performers. Occasional mild profanity: "crap," "hell," "Christ," "goddamn."
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- Genre:Epic, Blockbuster, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
- Release Date:March 28, 2006
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