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Re: Kong 2005 - A Big......Disappointment....why?...let me count the ways..
>3 - Fictional big apes sometimes bounce off of buildings like ping pong
>balls and they sometimes share non-consummated sexual relationships with
My $.02...It seemed more like the bond between the famed gorilla Koko and her
kitten, All Ball. I don't recall seeing Kong going all randy-puppy on Ann's
leg or anything else to indicate a sexual desire for her. Kong played with
her and was amused by her, and protected her, much in the same manner that Koko
played with and took care of her kitten.
>From this point, I'm refraining from other comments. I liked the movie, I
>have seen it twice, and I plan on getting it when it is released on DVD. Of
>course, I didn't go in to a movie about a twenty-five-foot tall gorilla
>expecting realism. If I want reality, I'll save my money and watch Discovery
>or Animal Planet (though they usually don't even get the dinosaurs right
>either, and they *should*). Afterall, it is King Kong, not a documentary.