King Kong

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Overview

One of the greatest adventure stories in Hollywood history gets a new interpretation in this action drama from Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson. In the early 1930s, Carl Denham Jack Black is a daring filmmaker and adventurer who has gained a reputation for his pictures documenting wildlife in remote and dangerous jungle lands; despite the objections of his backers, Denham plans to film his next project aboard an ocean vessel en route to Skull Island, an uncharted island he discovered on a rare map. ...
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Overview

One of the greatest adventure stories in Hollywood history gets a new interpretation in this action drama from Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson. In the early 1930s, Carl Denham Jack Black is a daring filmmaker and adventurer who has gained a reputation for his pictures documenting wildlife in remote and dangerous jungle lands; despite the objections of his backers, Denham plans to film his next project aboard an ocean vessel en route to Skull Island, an uncharted island he discovered on a rare map. Correctly assuming his cast and crew would be wary of such a journey, Denham has told them they're traveling to Singapore, but before they set sail, his leading lady drops out of the project. Needing a beautiful actress willing to take a risk, Denham finds Ann Darrow Naomi Watts, a beautiful but down-on-her-luck vaudeville performer, and offers her the role; cautious but eager to work, Darrow takes the role, and onboard the ship she strikes up a romance with Jack Driscoll Adrien Brody, a respected playwright hired by Denham to write the script for his latest epic. When Denham and company arrive on Skull Island, the natives react with savage violence, but they happen to be the least of their worries. Skull Island is a sanctuary for prehistoric life, and lording it over the dinosaurs and other giant beasts is Kong, a 25-foot-tall gorilla who can outfight any creature on Earth. The natives kidnap Darrow, giving her to Kong as an offering to appease the giant beast; Denham and his men set out to find her, with Driscoll bravely determined to save the woman he loves. Eventually, Driscoll finds Darrow and Denham outwits Kong, intending to take the giant ape back to New York for display. But Kong has bonded with Darrow, and his attraction to her proves to be his undoing. Andy Serkis, who provided the body movements for Gollum in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings pictures, performed similar duties on King Kong, studying gorillas so he could mimic their actions, which were then used as the basis for the special-effects crew's digital animation of the great ape.
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Special Features

Includes Both Theatrical and Extended Versions of the film; Extended Feature Commentary with Director/Co-Writer Peter Jackson and Co-Writer/Co-Producer Philippa Boyens
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Some said it couldn't be done, others said it shouldn't be done, but Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson did it: He remade the classic 1933 monster movie that put a Depression-era spin on the legend of Beauty and the Beast. An avowed fan of the original, Jackson used cutting-edge digital technology to make his Kong as realistic as possible, and the special effects are flawless -- leading to a 2006 Academy Award for Best Effects. He also retained the 1930s setting and the basic plot: With creditors yapping at his heels, daring filmmaker Carl Denham Jack Black enlists a Dutch ship captain to take his expedition to a remote, uncharted island where monstrous creatures, never before photographed, are said to roam. Hoping to improvise a workable plot around the sensational footage he expects to get, Denham brings along playwright Jack Driscoll Adrien Brody and actress Ann Darrow Naomi Watts. They eventually reach the fog-shrouded island, and that's where the monkeyshines begin. Jackson fleshes out the original's story with extraneous supporting characters and subplots, but the principal thrust remains the same -- Kong's fascination with the doll-like blonde beauty proves his undoing. We could quibble with some of Jackson's choices: Black's Denham could be more sympathetic, and the big action sequences are longer than they need to be. Nonetheless, this is a remarkable achievement that succeeds both as an homage and a thrilling adventure film in its own right.
All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Peter Jackson's King Kong is a spectacle of big-budget adventurism that indulges in flashy childhood monster-movie fetishes while upping the original's sentimental quotient to new grandiose levels. Filled with furious action and exotic locales, the film gives Kong a much broader canvas to wreak havoc upon in this retooled version of the famed story. The big screen's largest primate has also been given more time to do so, with a three-hour-plus running time weighing heavily on the audience's shoulders as each act is expanded to mixed results. Needless backstories take center stage in the beginning, just as the middle tends to blur into one long chase sequence that is downright excessive in its scale and endless barrage of thrills. Viewers might find themselves caught up in the breathless imagery, but one senses that Jackson isn't flexing his storyteller muscles as much as he's fulfilling his own boyhood dreams of the prehistoric rock 'em, sock 'em material. In that way, the director momentarily ceases to involve his audience in the drama, opting instead to deliver fast-paced action with multiple icky, gooey, ferocious creatures filling the screen to dizzying degrees. Ironically, the picture's strongest moments are its quietest, as Kong and Naomi Watts build a sincere and touching bond that goes far beyond the creepy unrequited love of the duo in the 1933 original. It's this relationship that fuels the bravura third-act opening with a lavish and witty recreation of the villagers from the original, as dancers cavort Broadway-style in front of the broken and battered giant ape. What follows is a miraculous recreation of one of the most famous scenes in movie history that is as heartbreaking an experience as any. Time will tell how the film will be viewed years down the road, but one thing is for sure -- this isn't the King Kong that Peter Jackson would have made before Lord of the Rings (which was originally the plan). The film might benefit from the sensitivity gleaned from Tolkien's trilogy, but on the flip side of Hollywood's cursed coin, his unlimited power and success no doubt bloated what was once a slim tale of beauty and the beast and turned it into a personal journey of obsessive boyhood dreams come true, not unlike the film's monomaniacal filmmaker Carl Denham.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2012
  • UPC: 025192142192
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Bonus DVD
  • Time: 3:20:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 32,820

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Naomi Watts Ann Darrow
Jack Black Carl Denham
Adrien Brody Jack Driscoll
Thomas Kretschmann Captain Englehorn
Colin Hanks Preston
Andy Serkis King Kong, Lumpy the Cook
Jamie Bell Jimmy
Evan Parke Hayes
Lobo Chan Choy
Kyle Chandler Bruce Baxter
Craig Hall Mike
John Sumner Herbert
Technical Credits
Peter Jackson Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Miriam Barrard Set Decoration/Design
Joe Peter Bleakley Art Director
Jan Blenkin Producer
Philippa Boyens Co-producer, Screenwriter
Simon Bright Art Director
Victoria Burrows Casting
Christina Crawford Set Decoration/Design
Carolynne Cunningham Asst. Director, Producer
James Newton Howard Score Composer
John Hubbard Casting
Dan Hubbard Casting
Brian Van't Hul Special Effects
Andrew Lesnie Cinematographer
Darryl Longstaffe Set Decoration/Design
Grant Major Production Designer
Eileen Moran Co-producer
Liz Mullane Casting
Jabez Olssen Editor
Hammond Peek Sound/Sound Designer
Barry Read Set Decoration/Design
Ann Robinson Casting
Terry Ryan Costumes/Costume Designer
Jamie Selkirk Editor
Richard Taylor Makeup Special Effects
Philip Thomas Set Decoration/Design
Ethan Van der Ryn Sound/Sound Designer
Fran Walsh Producer, Screenwriter
Weta Workshop Ltd. Makeup Special Effects
Annette Wullems Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- King Kong
1. Opening - New York 1933 [3:03]
2. Vaudeville [1:17]
3. Theater Closed [2:23]
4. Denham''s Screening [3:45]
5. "Defeat Is Always Momentary" [2:03]
6. A Fateful Meeting [1:44]
7. "A Woman Born To Play This Role" [3:22]
8. The Moving Picture Ship [2:44]
9. An Early Departure [3:47]
10. Jack''s "Quarters" [1:42]
11. Bruce Settles In [:17]
12. Jimmy''s Story [1:50]
13. Ann Meets Jack Driscoll [2:25]
14. A Moustache For Bruce [:39]
15. "We''re Filming On An Island Now?" [1:59]
16. Filming A Classic Scene [1:06]
17. Romance On The Venture [2:41]
18. The Last Blank Space On The Map [2:49]
19. A Long Sea Voyage [1:21]
20. "It''s In The Sub-Text" [1:24]
21. A Change Of Course [1:14]
22. Skull Island [8:33]
23. Expedition Ashore [3:30]
24. The Inhabitants Of Skull Island [6:16]
25. Ann''s Abduction [5:25]
26. The Sacrifice [5:06]
27. Rescue Party [1:48]
28. The Killing Ground [3:24]
29. Discovering The Footprint [2:19]
30. Brontosaurus Stampede [6:37]
31. Playing Dead [:56]
32. The Party Is Divided [1:41]
33. Ann Disarms Kong [:36]
34. The Log Chasm [6:09]
35. The T-Rex Battle [3:43]
36. The Insect Pit [11:38]
37. "Beautiful" [5:42]
38. Denham''s Plan [4:09]
39. Jack Rescues Ann [2:32]
40. Captured [5:44]
41. "Eighth Wonder Of The World" [8:18]
42. "Cry Havoc!" [1:54]
43. Carl Denham Presents Kong [1:50]
44. Kong In New York [9:12]
45. Reunited [4:30]
46. Under Attack [4:32]
47. The Empire State Building [1:05]
48. Kong''s Last Stand [2:20]
49. "It Was Beauty Killed The Beast" [7:31]
50. End Credits [6:35]
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    After seeing the original, this movie exceeded my expectations. It added more drama, action, comedy, and romance to this modern tale of beauty and the beast. The CGI is awesome! I also liked the fact that they included the Spider Pit Sequence. Kong has gone from an 18 inch puppet,to a guy in a suit, and finally to CGI. Kong has survived generations and that is why Kong is King!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My favorite version of King Kong

    Of all the versions of King Kong that have been produced, this is the best in my opinion. Although it is set, like the original, in the 1930's, the special effects in this version are spectacular. There are many creatures that Kong shares his island home with and the scenes with these other creatures are unbelieveably real seeming and well-done. Kong himself is no wimp in this version either, and may actually be a little too scary for young children. He's the scariest of all Kongs at first, but that makes you love him that much more by the end of the movie. I also think the role Naomi Watts plays as Ann Darrow is the best of all the King Kong versions I've seen.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 23, 2013

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    5 stars r u kidding they must not speakee englis

    5 stars r u kidding they must not speakee englis

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    King Kong Blu Ray

    This was an awesome film for Blu Ray! Since many scenes where done on computer, CDI. Peter Jackson is a great director. He really knows how to draw real emotion out of the actors. It's a film worth watching over and over again.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The Best King Kong ever made.

    I've watched & been a fan of the original King Kong for over 50 years. I hesitated seeing Pete Jackson's version on screen even though the pre-release trailers seemed promising. I overcame my reservations and stepped into one of the best movie experiences of my life. Peter Jackon's King Kong is nothing short of perfection. It is magnificent on all levels; script, visuals, acting, photography and more. My only critism is Jack Black as Carl Denham. Black puts forth a good effort but if you're familiar with the original King Kong you will understand my opinion. Black's performance is so overshadowed by the visuals and scope of the picture and Kong himself you quickly forget Denham exists. Don't miss this film!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    One of the most heart renching films i have ever seen

    I love this movie so much. The part with the cannibals is a litle scary and unnecasary but it is still a very nice touching action packed story. When they go to the island i love the scenery and the animals they see their especially the t-rex beacause it shows how well the island was hidden from time and the world. When they capture king kong and jack black throws the bottle of seditive and it explodes on King Kong face it makes me want to go through the tv and beat the crap out of him. At the end it makes me cry so hard every single time i watch it. one of my all time favoirites!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Failed Attempt To Recreate A Timeless Classic

    I caught part of this movie on TNT last night during the part right after Kong's fight with the T - Rex. From what I saw there it looked like a 4 star movie. But awhile after that there was a clip where King Kong was seen from far away. I'm not kidding, IT LOOKED LIKE A VIDEO GAME. My rating then dropped to 3 stars. After King Kong had been captured again my rating dropped to 2 stars because they made Jack Black an announcer. Personally, I think that even Breckin Meyer would have made a better announcer. Black is just too recognizable. At the end, the music was overly dramatic and my rating dropped to 1 star. Instantly my rating dropped to 0 stars because I realized I was rooting against King Kong, and I would have given this movie 0 stars if I could.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    King Kong, the beast is back!

    This movie is pretty good! there's just one problem though: it's not the original! It does have better effects and more action, but its actually pretty sad. (including the ending.) And it's too dang long! Overall, it's a good movie! highly reccomend it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Good effort

    Although an entertaining movie, it doesn't exceed the original. In the acting department, I don't think Peter Jackson really believes he has to try anymore since everything he does is a success lately. Although true, the film suffers. The film is also too long. I find myself unable to sit and enjoy it in the comfort of my own home because it is so long. Other than that the action doesn't disappoint, niether does the musical score or the CGI. An entertaining Blockbuster, just don't go for good acting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The King Kong Remake

    The title says it all with some new surprises making this one heck of an entertaining movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    King Kong Rocks!

    The version is great because it has good special effects and it has a amazing cast. It also has Jack Black in a serious role which is cool.So I would buy this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Directors Cut rules!!

    I don't understand why Peter Jackson waited so long to release the directors cut of KK. I had been holding my breath for this DVD only because of all the missing scenes from the movie that I wanted to see. After seeing the Production Diaries, then the movie in the theater, then finally the release of the movie, then the movie with the production diaries finally the directors cut. I could have easily waited just for the directors cut. It is awesome. Besides having the extra 4 scenes it also included 35 minutes of deleted scenes. Those deleted scenes helped put together many unanswered questions I had about some of the scenes. The 3 DVDs in this set also include an entire run of the movie with Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh talking about the movie. Rather cool if you have the time and patience to sit thru the movie with them talking-but I will admit they have alot of interesting tid bits to add to the who/what/where and whys to each scene. The DVDs include their actual trip to the top of the empire state bldg, also included is a film the stars made as a joke to Peter Jackson. Hilarious! =D Also the bloopers are funny. I have totally enjoyed the directors cut the best out of all the Kong DVDs. I haven't completed all 3 DVDs yet. The DVDs also allow you to download and print the script from both the '05 KK and the (canned before it was filmed) 1995 script. After reading the '95 script thank goodness Universal canned the idea for a while-it was horrible! If you're more into the technical ins and outs to making the movie, this DVD package is definitely for you. The only downside is that the actual movie is split between 2 DVDs..don't understand why but definitely don't like that. I didn't purchase the gift set, opting out of the KK toy. There are many awesome Kong (Weta Creation) statues available on B&N and I would highly recommend purchasing one of them instead. King Kong remains my favorite movie of all time, it still gives me goosebumps and still makes me cry even after all this time. King Kong rocks! =D

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    King Kong

    King Kong is a timeless classic that has been retold time and time again. It is the tragic story of a giant ape who could never survive in modern civilization. It starts off with a movie maker who happens upon a map to a secret island, called Skull Island. He decides to film on that location and brings along actress Anne Darrow (Fay Wray 1933, Naomi Watts 2005). When they get to the island, however, they find that the have more than they bargained for. The island is populated by very unfriendly natives who upon seeing Anne decide to capture her from the ship that night. They use her in her ritual to offer a bride to the giant 50 foot ape, “King Kong”. Eventually they get her back and they capture the ape to bring him back to America to use him in an exhibition, panicking the entire city. King Kong in its several versions is very well done. The special effects of each of the three are all very good for what they had available at the time, though of course the computer generated Kong from 2005 is the most believable. They made these movies real to the viewers and the actors and actresses they found for this classic story were great. I loved these movies!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the Ultimate Movies...

    I was skeptical at first and didn't want to see this film. Even armed with my prejudices, this movie enchanted me and engaged me in ways I hadn't thought possible. I left feeling like I had actually been a part of something larger than myself and it is that kind of elevation that great movies are capable of and few ever achieve. Peter Jackson tapped into something trully "american" with this film. He caught a spirit that while so present in this country in the early part of the century has given way to cynicism on one side and blind patriotism on the other. This movie is about all of our flaws and strengths as a country, our ideals and our dreams and our horrible collective mistakes. But more than that, it is what a movie should be, stylish, unreal, absorbing, fanciful and fun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    72 years and yet it is still the one of the world's most beloved stories

    The story of king kong has lived for over 70 years and become more popular every year since it begun. From the 1933 edition in black and white to the '76 versionand then soon to the hands of the acamedy award winning director Peter Jackson. Starting from just a novel it became the award winning and best picture nomination. Peter Jackson has created a new and realistic world of kong. Do you know the fight between Kong and all the rexes? Back then that part was black and white as some guy in a gorilla suit ripping up a big rubber snake. And now with all those twist and turns it became a great movi- e.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A great ape, but not much else.

    The decision to do this as a period piece was the right one, but the story is just too thin to sustain the length (it's about 90 minutes too long). Incredible special effects, though. The ape and Noami Watts are wonderful. So was Jack Black. But I had a hard time buying Adrian Brody as an action hero.(And I really could have done without the bugs!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Way too long but awesome movie!!!

    It seems the majority of people didn't like KK cause it was too long. After purchasing it I finally watching it I would have to agree. Brilliant movie, typical Jackson style special effects but he went into WAY too much detail. I dont see why he thought it necessary to get into such fine details on the characters. Ann Darrow lost her job and was desperate for work, did we need all the details? I don't think so. Carl Denham was a loser, did we need all the details? I don't think so. The worst waste of time characters were Jimmy and Mr Hayes. Why bother with the details of their relationship? Did it add to the movie? If someone was to start this movie as everyone was getting on the ship they would be fine. They could easily catch up on the characters without all the pre-ship hoopla. The bronto chase scene could have been deleted completely. The end of that chase made no sense. All the crew that was running away all had guns, why didn't they just shoot the Raptors that were chasing everyone? There were only 2 of them! I must admit once Kong became part of the movie I was hooked. I couldn't get enough of him or the bonding of he and Ann. As they became close, more and more I dreaded the ending of them movie knowing how it is destined to end. I got a lump in my throat when Ann and Kong find each other on the street, the Central Park scene- although far fetched, gave me goosebumps and the entire Empire State Building scene was breath taking and well done. You couldn't help but root for Kong and cheer when a plane would go down. When Kong dies and slowly spins to the street, the music and seeing the plane is gut wrenching. Ann's heart is broken and anyone who has any feelings also feels hurt. It is the 1st time I can recall crying over a CGI!! Mr Jackson felt the need to out do the classic KK and he did special effects wise but went a tad over the top with the characters. He definitely out did the '77 remake which wasn't hard to do since it basically stunk anyway. His "Directors Cut" is due out in November. I for one can not wait to see it. There were a couple of deleted scenes (the raft scene for one) that I can not wait to see. I just hope the DC isn't 5 hours long! Excellent excellent movie, but I have to agree with anyone who used the words "too long" Eliminate the first 60-80 minutes and this movie is one of my all time favorites !! I loved it and I loved Kong!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    God loves this movie!

    It is the BEST movie in the entire world! It has everything people want from a motion picture. Most people look at it as a story of bestiality between a blonde and a big monkey - but it is sooo much more! It's a very human-like love story of connection, regret, fear and loss. I think it'll make movie history with Gone With The Wind and such movies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Movie!

    This was a great movie, it is exactly what i expected from Peter Jackson, perfection. The movie is three hours long and it starts off a little slow but it doesnt leave you wanting to turn it off. If you liked The Lord of the Rings or the other King Kong movies it is a must see!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wonderful movie. adrien and naomi are great

    this movie was really good...but a little too long for my taste. the actors play their parts well, especially naomi and adrien. jack black was better than i expected. i kind of expected him to be the odd one out. but he was very good. an all-over excellent movie very good special effects

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