Film Review: KING KONG (1933)

Depression era adventure yarn is tough to watch today — too many racist overtones when the huge black monster falls in love with the buxom blonde — nevertheless it succeeds by simultaneously capturing the mythos of its time as well as pointing the way to the future of motion picture spectaculars. More on KING KONG (1933).

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