2017   USA, China, Australia, Canada Kong: Skull Island
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Director:Jordan Vogt-Roberts
Studio:Legendary Entertainment
Writer:Dan Gilroy
IMDb Rating:6.9 (103,533 votes)
Genre:Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Duration:118 min
Jordan Vogt-Roberts  ...  (Director)
Dan Gilroy  ...  (Writer)
Tom Hiddleston  ...  James Conrad
Samuel L. Jackson  ...  Preston Packard
Brie Larson  ...  Mason Weaver
John C. Reilly  ...  Hank Marlow
John Goodman  ...  Bill Randa
Corey Hawkins  ...  Houston Brooks
John Ortiz  ...  Victor Nieves
Tian Jing  ...  San
Toby Kebbell  ...  Jack Chapman / Kong
Jason Mitchell  ...  Mills
Shea Whigham  ...  Cole
Thomas Mann  ...  Slivko
Eugene Cordero  ...  Reles
Marc Evan Jackson  ...  Landsat Steve
Will Brittain  ...  Young Marlow / Marlow's Son
Henry Jackman  ...  Composer
Larry Fong  ...  Cinematographer
Richard Pearson  ...  Editor
Comments: Monsters are good but the people parts are terrible. The Apocalypse Now allusions are fun. The film is directed well, for the most part, but these blockbuster type things are dumbed down/camped up to the point of me asking myself why I bother. And honestly, even though I can admit some of it is well staged, fighting is not something I like watching, between humans or monsters. It makes no sense. The film starts with a typically stupid gun fight, sword fight, fisticuffs thing. I should have bailed immediately, but I like monsters.

Summary: 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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