The swoony supernatural romance and the neo-horror motif of “Twilight” can both amuse and bemuse — depending on the type of viewer. It knows what it is meant for. Either one likes it or hates it. It has a sweetly idealistic charm on its own. It pleases its devoted fans, but does little for the uninitiated.
Jackson’s “King Kong” proves to be an enduring part of film history and legacy all over the world. If “LOTR” is a magical classic in complete greatness, “King Kong” is a monstrous adventure flick with mainstream feel.
This film capitalizes on tanks and aircrafts mercilessly incinerated by three-legged, tripod-looking alien machines and extraterrestrial tentacles grabbing humans toward the worst end.