JV (drag0nette) wrote,

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king kong

was excellent!

favourite scene has to be the one where mr kk rips a coupla t-rex's apart. nicely done!

such a brilliant portrayal of this mighty one. i bet not a single member of any audience in the world can say that he/she didn't empathise with king kong in this movie. definitely broke a coupla million hearts around the world, he did.

in fact, there was a teenage girl sitting behind us who was bawling her eyes out through the final ten minutes before king kong finally tumbled down from the top of the empire state building. when i say bawling, i mean, loud, unabashed, no-holds-barred bawling. it was quite funny actually. i have never heard something like that in a cinema, only quietly sobbing types.

i thought i was gonna be quite sad when he finally died, but the bawling girl provided abit of a comic relief and took some of the edge off. :)

this was my last outing before i fell prey to current illness. :[

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