The White Gorilla

The White Gorilla

A white gorilla causes trouble in the deepest heart of Africa. The film uses footage from the silent 1927 serial Perils Of The Jungle which was written by director of The White Gorilla Harry L Fraser under the name Harry P.Crist

A white gorilla is snubbed by black gorillas because he is the wrong color. Cut off from his tribe he becomes lonely and angry. After troubling hunters and natives, the white gorilla fights... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jose Miguel G (ca) wrote: Even with a decent amount of suspense and atmosphere, this horror-thriller is filled, in great part, by good performances, specially in its lead role, but the movie lasts more than it should, and part of its rhythm decays throughout weak scares and dry direction.

Craig T (nl) wrote: Lacking in dramatic focus, what results from Kramer's righteous (and rightful) primal scream is just that: two hours of actors yelling at one another as their charactes' emotional lives shatter amidst an unclear political path to salvation. It's an unpleasant experience, to be sure, but that's not my complaint. None of these characters felt like people to me and the absence of narrative arc kept the feeling of being pummeled forefront in my experience. No doubt that was an intended affect, in part, as the film's saving grace was its final moments. Still, to end with the thesis - however true - that one generation's struggles are another generation's gift, is a jagged little pill indeed.

Casey N (de) wrote: Great Adventure Movie !

J M (ag) wrote: When awful fake accents are the best part of a picture, it must be a B movie. This one's just not any fun. Only notable because Mansfield passed away before it was finished.

Bethany W (mx) wrote: So why do the call it "Gothika"? What did I miss?

Ben D (mx) wrote: Oh man this is easily one the worst movies I've seen in a while. They did absolutely nothing right with this one. It was a pretty cool concept too. I could totally see this kind of movie working. But they screwed it up bad. The movie follows Will Smith as he tries to find suitable people to donate his organs too and he eventually meets Rosario Dawson and they get a thing going. Not a terrible idea by any means. The guy wants to give his organs to people. That opens all sorts of doors for your movie. You can have the movie ask all sorts of intelligent questions, like "how do you determine if someone is good or bad?", and "is Will Smith justified to judge these people?". You can have Will Smith develop a strong, emotional connection will the people he's donating too and make for a very engaging film. BUT. They didn't do any of these things. Actually they did the exact opposite. They basically turned this into Will Smith and Rosario Dawson reading a really bad, awkward sounding script while they stand there and look bored. They force a relationship between the two and they focus on that instead of building ties between Will Smith and his organ recipients, and it makes for a ridiculously boring movie. Neither Will Smith's or Rosario Dawson's characters were written with any sort of personality, so you can't really care about them at all. You're stuck with them the whole movie too. It's just painful to watch. Everything else was done incredibly lazy as well. From directing, to editing, to music choice, from cinematography, it's all really, really bad. All this combined into one movie results to one of the worst films I've ever seen. Stay away.

Jason K (ca) wrote: The film That Put Dreamworks On The map! :)