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posted 20 May 2006 02:39 PM
King Kong (2005) delivers much more than merely a love story.
Directed by Peter Jackson, this screenplay artfully illustrates and tells the underlying details of how modern-day living within the post-industrial social order of these united states of America seeks to conquer, exploit, torment, humiliate, and successfully annihilate from the surface of this planet the very comprehension and existence of unrestrained, passionate love and natural beauty.
As the stunning darling, Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts) agonisingly watches the life drain out of the only evidence of uncompromising, unconditional, and absolutely shameless love that she has ever known in this world, militant attackers take aim, fire, and blast irrevocable wounds into the very heart of that passion. Watts delivers the most convincing performance of the entire cast in a timeless story which will no doubt find less attention and sincere appreciation in North America than abroad. Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody) plays the johnny-come-lately role of every timid romantic soul who continuously allows love to slip away despite innumerable, yet always disguised attempts to express a passion which itself hopes desperately and in vain for both recognition and acceptance.
So long as the denizens of modern societies cling to the comforts of artificial communication and the vast array of technology and gadgetry by which such artifices may be exchanged, debated, recharged, and metastisized, then genuine appreciation for the concepts so thoroughly embraced and conveyed by this film will remain hopelessly lost on all audiences.
It is not enough to recognise unbridled passion and beauty when it may rarely appear, but rather it is imperative to seize such moments by the throat, or by the tail, or by any means necessary, latch on, and risk all perils, despite any fears and all manner of socio-economic consequences for the ride of one's life, wherein life itself may be exchanged for the singular opportunity and certainty of such incomparable experience.
If you have already seen this film and were anticipating more thrills, chills, and fx for the price of admission, then exactly like thrill-seeking patrons featured within this film who also were expecting exactly the same level of entertainment values, you missed the point entirely.
Grab hold of the King Kong (2005) DVD, stick it in, close your eyes, and open your heart to everything that you've been missing.
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