King Kong Lives

King Kong Lives

Kong falls from the twin towers and he appears to be alive!

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Download   King Kong lives(1986)(dvd5)(Nl subs) RETAIL SAMDVDR50414 GB
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King Kong Lives torrent reviews

OliverTodd H (kr) wrote: Actually pretty good... I didn't know what I would be in for watching, but it was gross, disturbing but still remained interesting. Glad there's a sequel which hopefully will answer some questions.

Mark W (ca) wrote: Serbian speaking people dubbed with American accents, Serbian speaking people trying to speak English without knowing the language, character and story arcs that dissolve and appear at random, a script that sounds more leaden than the resident evil computer game,and Ken Foree for Dawn of the dead make this "a so bad it's funny" film. Never have I seen a Zombie film where the humans move slower than the most indolent zombie.

nicholas p (au) wrote: great movie very good

Ian T (us) wrote: Takes the decent idea of the first movie, strips away the stars, turns up the camp factor, and shoves the whole plot right down your throat about 10 times faster. Any interest in the plot evolution from the first film is stripped away by the horrible execution of it. Unless you already own it, I wouldn't bother going out of your way.

Matt B (kr) wrote: It's very entertaining and the special effects are top-notch, but it just turns into another gory slasher flick by the end.

Sid A (fr) wrote: The first ever realistic film about gangs in Bombay (now Mumbai). Kishen (Jackie Shroff) works as the muscle for gangster Ana (Nana Patekar). When Kishen's younger brother Karan (Anil Kapoor) arrives back from the States, Kishen finds it hard to hide the truth about his life. Matters get worse as Karan's best friend Inspector Prakash is assassinated by Ana's gang. Eventually forcing both brothers against one another. This is a very realistic and intense portrayal of crime and inner city life in India's underbelly. All the cast does an amazing job and Vidhu Vinod Chopra does a wonderful job as director. A masterpiece of Indian cinema.

Eliel L (es) wrote: Tal vez sea la mas cursi y se separe por mucho de la esencia original de la saga, pero de cierto modo trabaja muy bien con lo que tiene, creando una entrega llena de accin.

Carlos B (de) wrote: While having a lot in common with its predecessor, this secuel still rocks on its own and gives us some new good moments in the lovely and humane tradition of Ilsa.

Chris B (es) wrote: Robert Altman created 3 Women with no screenplay based on a dream he had. The film itself closely resembles various dreams and is filled with surreal and dreamlike qualities. The story of the three women and various men throughout are observed on a daily basis within their jobs and personal life, which is all flipped as the film progresses and an "accident" occurs. The film is surreal and even creepy in it's visuals and very loose in it's narrative structure as a screenplay wasn't fully worked out when it was shot. While the film starts off strong and very compelling the latter half falls into a state of redunacy.

Josh P (fr) wrote: Great underrated sequel!

Matthew A (nl) wrote: Pretty good flick, for a chick flick... No spoilers, but had some funny moments, typical love story.... Worth the watch, and for that matter worth adding to the collection.