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King Kong (2-Disc Widescreen Special Edition) by Ss
Universal DVD  ISBN/ITEM#: B000E97Y6k
Date: 28 March, 2006 List Price $30.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK /

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Hey, we like monkeys as well as the next extraterrestrial but we draw the line at some of the things you do to them. We are not sure how this monkey got to be so big or who, exactly, elected him King or why they would then let their King just be carted off like that. We are also not sure why this monkey would be so fascinated with the small, blonde woman. Sure she could scream with the best of them but other than that she had no redeeming traits. And, we are sad to say yet again, you are not just recreating something but recreating a recreation. Please, stop. Imagination is one of the requirements for Galactic Presence and you are squandering what small chance you have by this odd behavior. Could you not have made a movie about a giant pig that rooted in the bay area of San Francisco instead? We are sure there are many cinematic possibilities there. In fact, we can think of any number of giant creatures that could have been brought to any number of places with more interesting consequences. And where were the parents of this Kong to let him be dragged so unceremoniously away? In fact, there was not another relative in sight during the entire movie. Perhaps they wanted him to be taken away so they could usurp the crown? This is possible because we have heard that many of your human traits came from this species and you do seem to have the same fixation with that hair color.

(Source: Universal)

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