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King Kong (1933) – movie review

01/25/2010

There’s mystery in the air.¬† From the cargo vessel loaded with explosives, with 3 times the number of crew needed for a ship this size, planning to leave the harbor before the authorities board it in the morning, traveling to an unknown destination known only to a strange P. T. Barnum-like movie producer looking for a star for his movie in the homeless shelters, to the black and white images almost always shot in poor light¬† or fog with portions of the scene too dark to see into, there’s mystery in the air in what many people have on their list of all-time best movies.

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