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Along with the extended and theatrical versions of the film, the only other extra to appear is an audio commentary with director Peter Jackson and co-writer/producer Philippa Boyens.Sure, some of the production featurettes have been folded into the studio’s trademark U-Control picture-in-picture video track, but even that feels rather anemic considering the deluxe edition had more than six hours worth of bonus material, including the excellent documentary “Recreating the Eighth Wonder.” Universal really dropped the ball on this one, so unless you absolutely must own a high-def version of the film, you’d be better off just holding on to your current edition instead.As Hollywood continues to trot out adaptations and reboots, the predictability quotient of nearly everything in theaters increases drastically.But for something like a Kong movie, there’s less to draw from.“King Kong” should absolutely be seen on the big screen.Jackson, after all, went for the brass ring the way that few directors do, and despite his less than perfect results, there is far more to like about “Kong” than there is to decry.Likewise, there is no way that the crew only loses one or two members under the feet of a stampede of brontosauruses in a ravine, with Velociraptors nipping at their heels. Also, is it possible to have an island with so many predators and so little prey?
Those emotional notes go a long way to erase the logical leaps of faith – it’s disturbing how few directors know this – and Jackson makes these moments count.“If you loved the theater that much, you would have jumped,” Carl replies.Once they arrive on the island, the crew encounters a most primitive race of humans who offer Ann up for sacrifice to Kong, a gigantic ape.The guy has balls, damn it, and you have to admire that.However, like every other guy with balls, you can’t help but want to kick him in the kitten every once in a while, just to make sure he knows that he’s not the only person on the planet who owns a pair.
Still, he could have told this same story in 75% of the time, and it would have lost none of its emotional or visual impact.