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Kong: Skull Island
USA, Australia, Canada, China
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Samuel L. Jackson as Preston Packard
Corey Hawkins as Houston Brooks
Will Brittain as Young Marlow / Marlow's Son
Marc Evan Jackson as Landsat Steve
Thomas Mann as Slivko
Tom Hiddleston as James Conrad
Brie Larson as Mason Weaver
Toby Kebbell as Jack Chapman / Kong
John Ortiz as Victor Nieves
John C. Reilly as Hank Marlow
Shea Whigham as Cole
John Goodman as Bill Randa
Storyline: A washed up monster chaser convinces the U.S. Government to fund a trip to an unexplored island in the South Pacific. Under the guise of geological research, the team travels to "Skull Island". Upon arrival, the group discover that their mission may be complicated by the wildlife which inhabits the island. The beautiful vistas and deadly creatures create a visually stunning experience that is sure to keep your attention.
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Just awful
Childish and predictable script. Completely unoriginal. Dialog was a joke. Okay CGI I guess. But the movie is complete garbage, I cannot recommend you even download it for free and watch it unless your under 12 years old.

My only hope is that they made this movie for a very young audience, but then I can't understand why it's so bloody.

Well... just another movie you should never spend 2 hours of your life on.
Watch out everyone the King is back
For a non-American like me i don't really know much about King Kong or his influence on modern day monster movie but that not a problem to hold me back from watching this movie in theater and it was an absolute blast to finally knowing the King of monster movie in America:Kong.I actually did a research and find out the plot of this movie is kinda similar to the original movie in 1933,it both follow a group of people travel to a unknown island soon find themselves being hunt and chase by a giant ape called Kong for trespassing his territory and disturb the peace of the island.First time directing monster movie Jordan Vogt-Roberts did a fantastic job on shooting the island with beautiful cinematography that deliver the savage look of Kong and the rest of monster on island as well.The cast is very large and full of talented actors like Tom Hiddleston,Samuel L. Jackson... and surprisingly John C. Reilly that brought many good and comedic moment so when there aren't any monster around the movie don't feel boring and dragging to watch.Of course everyone favorite parts is always the monster fight scene and this movie has plenty of it although for the most time is not all involved with Kong but trust me when the fight happen seeing Kong punching,kicking and throwing stuff is a very crowd pleasing moment(My favorite is the final fight).It maybe not all that great for some hardcore fan of the series but for new fan like me this is the best monster movie i saw since Pacific Rim.I strongly suggest audience going to see that movie please wait until the after credit
Does Everything It Needs to Do
Kong: Skull Island isn't getting a 10/10 from me because it's a terrific movie but because it does everything it needs to do. I've been rather disappointed in action blockbusters for quite a while now. They're all just bland thrillers (like Bourne 5 and Spectre - I like the Bond series a lot, but, my goodness, they weren't even trying with Spectre) or vacuous superhero movies (I won't even name any in particular since I pretty much dislike the entire genre, with a handful of exceptions).

Anyway, some people say to watch movies in other genres, that many good movies come out each year that aren't in either of those categories, but that's besides that point. I want to see competently made $200 million spectacles. I'm fine with (and I want) stupid fun, but make it good stupid fun. I want explosions and gunfights, giant monsters and alien invasions, but not at the expense of a lack of discipline. No, I don't need characters of Shakespearean depth in these movies, but I want to at least feel some concern for them. I don't need the world-building to rival The Lord of the Rings, but I don't want writers to get lazy with background information either. You get the point. For all these reasons, I was ecstatic when watching Kong: Skull Island. (And I wasn't even planning on seeing this movie when I first heard about it. I just happened to see a trailer online a few days ago and thought it might be nice.)

The movie gets to the action quickly, but makes sure to give us a proper setup. I liked how the creatures' existence was explained with the Hollow Earth theory. We also understand the different characters' motivations. They aren't complex characters and they don't get a lot of development, but I cared for them. You know that most of them are going to die, of course, but when they were in danger, I wanted them to make it out safely. John C. Reilly, Tom Hiddleston, John Goodman, and Brie Larson (who's quite beautiful here) give good performances.

One problem that I have with so many action movies these days is that it seems writers don't know how to properly incorporate humor into their scripts. So many times in other movies, a character's wisecracking has prevented me from feeling suspense. That isn't a problem here. The humor doesn't get in the way of the thrills.

Kong: Skull Island also looks great. I loved the way the jungle and the sunsets were shot. And the creatures are awesome. In addition to Kong, there are the Skullcrawlers you've probably seen in the trailers, pterosaurs, and giant spiders, and the scenes involving these are fun.

There really is only one (minor) problem I had with the film, and that would be Samuel L. Jackson's character. His performance is just fine. It's just that the character's motivation, while understandable, is a little insufficient considering the situation they're all in. It felt a little like he only acted the way he did because the writers thought the film needed a human antagonist. I think this could have been fixed if part of his motivation was guilt for being so eager to accept the proposal to go to the island.

I might be being a bit excessive with my praise and I'm sure on a second viewing I'll see more problems, but it's been a very long time since I saw a movie like this in theaters and enjoyed it this much. I'll be looking forward to Godzilla vs. King Kong. Such a shame it's scheduled for 2020.
Went with no expectations. Very pleased. STAY TO THE END!
I came to watch another movie and ended up in the Kong theater. The previews I had seen before looked promising; however, I have never liked Kong movies before. This one was very different. I liked the changes and all the surprises in this version, taking place in 1973 after the Vietnam War. Some parts of the film were very intense and violent and parts were sprinkled with welcome humor, mostly because of the character of Hank Marlow, played by John C Reilly. I recommend this movie for adult viewing. The acting, writing, directing, filming, sets and cgi/special effects were all top notch. If you haven't seen the movie yet I have 2 recommendations for you. Watch all the way past the credits for the surprise ending AND keep your eye on the actor Toby Kebbell, who until now I thought just played the part of the soldier, Jack Chapman. I can't say any more without ruining this review with spoilers. Go see the movie.
slogs along through generically fine effects
with no more place to discuss a film like this, I guess I'll just post a review with 1 star to let people know this film does almost nothing. It just goes from point A to point B with lots of wiz-bang cartoon (CGI) creatures fighting, some people doing stuff, and none of it we really care about. If I was 10, the cartoon (CGI) parts might impress me, but as an adult, I just didn't care about any of it, have no interest in ever wasting time watching it again, and CERTAINLY DON'T RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE. Seemed like just a money grab that was missing MOST of the King Kong stuff from previous versions. Disaappointed. Money Wasted.
The monster movie you've been waiting for!
First, I have to admit, that despite this feature, I only saw Peter Jackson's King Kong (2005) in movie history's largest monster's franchise, although I read many articles about the famous original film released in 1933. I heard mixed reviews about Kong: Skull Island, but mainly due to the first trailer I was pretty eager to watch it. Particularly the visuals made me curious; that scene in the trailer when the giant ape stretches up with the shrinking sun in the background is just astonishing (of course the hole sequence is even more fascinating in the movie). I also heard about Warner Brothers' and Legendary's plans about the so called MonsterVerse, and I really wanted it to have a proper second installment (I think we shouldn't consider Gareth Edwards's Godzilla a headstart for the cinematic universe) after the massive failure of the latest two films in the DCU.

So I set in the cinema with relatively high expectations... and I got what I wanted and even more. Probably the main reason why the movie is working is because that it isn't take itself too seriously at all and don't want to be anything more than an entertaining monster movie. Unfortunately, many films fell because they either want to be too dark (trying to reach the greatness of Christopher Nolan or Guillermo del Toro) and too stylish (copying Zack Snyder, Robert Rodriguez or even some works of Ridley Scott or Tony Scott, such as Black Hawk Down and Man on Fire). So, as I hoped and expected the visuals are just simply breathtaking. Peter Jackson can literally hide with the enormous battle scenes in The Lord of the Rings. This is really the movie why IMAX 3D was invented. Also, the astonishing cinematography and editing are crucial for the movie's success. The last movie, I saw in the cinema with better camera work than in Kong: Skull Island was Denis Villenuve's Arrival... and it was in last year's November. Kong: Skull Island is also pretty stylish and full of slow-motions, stop-motions and hero-shots, but doing it in an extremely good way. I think Michael Bay should definitely learn from these guys who made this flick. I cannot describe the visuals more precisely, you have to go and see it for yourself.

Of course, there aren't any Oscar-winning roles, but the performances are just simply fine. We know that Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson can act in serious movies, John Goodman's eyebrow lifts are nearly as entertaining as in the Coen brothers' The Big Lebowski, and we won't expect much more from Tom Hiddlestone (though maybe his Globe win may confute this). The soundtrack is just amazing. Both the remarkable songs and some catchy new tunes pleasure your ears while watching. Kong: Skull Island is the perfect example for that the movie is an audiovisual experience.

Every film lover should definitely watch Kong: Skull Island. Though I consider myself as a harsh certificate on IMDb (my ratings are usually below the average), I gave it a 9.
I'll NEVER get back the time used watching this movie..:(
Wow what a terrible movie...:( I mean, the dialogues were like taken from the worst C-class movie (The Room) and even worse at some times. Nobody care to read the script before making the movie??? The cliché-like dialogues...OMG! Skull Island is a perfect set to be able to create the biggest movie ever and the director had to destroy it with a story line that BAD??? Really sorry to have to write this, but the movie didn't make sense in any way...The anger of Samuel L. Jackson, what part had John Goodman really??? Why is the girl and the guy not even scared of seeing(being in front of) this Over-sized Kong? On the entire Skull Island there were only:

1. 1 X King Kong 2. 1 X Giant spider 3. 1 X Buffalo 4. Some lizards 5. Some dangerous birds.. and that sums up the hole animal kingdom of Skull Island..;)

The soundtrack was really good, but was SO mal-placed in a movie like King Kong... I felt like a schizophrenic with the all that music change along the hole movie...I think the director really had a hole other thing in mind, when he said YES to make the movie.

The acting was impeccable, but the dialogues where SOOOOOO low standard....

Just watch the movie but don't blame me after when you realize it was a really shitty movie...
Entertaining but lacking
I must say that I feel this movie lacks a bit of consistency, it starts with a decent story but then it just goes down leaving a bunch of questions unanswered and some plot holes.

While you can see the effort in developing Kong and the crawlers,every other creature in the island is just there to fill the huge void in the plot.The guys at legendary pictures apparently heard how everyone complained about "to much plot and not enough Godzilla" in their last monster movie production and turned this into something similar to a "transformers movie", it's full of visuals but the story is lacking and some characters have no motivation or logic in their actions.

I can't say it's a bad movie, but it's a wasted opportunity to expand the lore of the franchise, you will exit the cinema feeling that something was not there.

It is obvious they are trying to turn this into a profitable franchise, but when you give priority to visuals instead of plot, you end up with movies like "Alice in Wonderland" and it's sequel, or any of the recent "Transformers" movies, pretty to look at, but completely forgettable, and doing that to a character like King Kong feels just wrong.

However,I would like to see more monsters movies in the future, and Kong skull island was enjoyable and a fresh take to a character that's been around for over 80 years, you probably won't become a fan of "kaiju" movies watching it, but let's hope next installments in the franchise are better.
Expected less from this movie
If you're hoping to see another remake of King Kong, I'm sorry, you're not going to see it. The story has nothing to do. Actually it does not count almost anything, but that was to be expected. But if he manages to make you spend some time.

It is very difficult that in these films the effects manage to do the animals well, but in this case, they are very well made. Get you to believe them and not get you out of the movie.

With the fights, you have entertained. Although it is a little long, but it gets along well.

Underneath all, it drops its anti-war message, but this is very typical in American cinema.

He has a picture that is not bad. The typical photograph of these films. She is pretty.

The plans could have been more spectacular. It would not have cost him much since it's every computer. The director takes the film well, although too long.

The pity is that he does not have a great casting. When Jessica Lange was there, you understood the monkey. This woman still has a look that catches you and does not let you go, it's all sensuality. In this case, as he does not follow the same script, he does not have a good casting.
Worst popular movie I have ever seen
The characters are thin as paper, the story is boring and it looks like they wanted to make as many Screensaver as possible.

As in many such movies they build 10 main character to kill 5.

The only good thing in this "movie" is the CGI.

Worse than my lowest expectation!
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