actually i replied kakitidur as i saw in this topic. but seconds later i saw it end up in the Fantastic Four thread. weird. i couldn't have accidentally moved it there while i was reading/replying, could i ?
The trailer looked amazing The island bits look dark and foreboding enough.. and there's only one scene (a pretty quick one) that showed Kong rampaging through the streets of New York.. pretty good, but think they'll polish up the effect s even more..
Kong vs T.Rex.. who's your daddy?? ;D [/color]
And did Peter Jackson lose weight or what??
It is sometimes a mistake to climb; it is always a mistake never even to make the attempt. If you do not climb, you will not fall. This is true. But is it that bad to fail, that hard to fall? -DREAM, from Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Unfortunately, it's not a 3D film but a normal 2D in IMAX format... but trust me, with 12000 watts of surround power, it'll vibrate your butt off!!! plus since it's fully digital, the pix is oh so beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeyooooooooooooooooooootiful!!!
And the next time I am watching it, I am dying to catch the cameo of PJ on the bi-planes. I was too obsessed with Kong the last time to really pay attention to the smaller details. I came out of the cinema somewhat dazed with a pleased little 'cor' at my lips... certainly appeals to the fanboy in me. I had to laugh at the many 'tributes' to other films... the sheer cheek of the man!
The other thing would be Jamed Newton Howard's score for the movie. I wouldn't have thought he could have pulled off something epic like this. ;D
Great line between Jack Black and Colin Hanks where they tried to get "Fay" into the movie, but she was making a film with RKO. In real life Fay Wray would be making the original King Kong with Cooper under RKO.