The Swamp Thing returns to battle the evil Dr. Arcane, who has a new science lab full of creatures transformed by genetic mutation, and chooses Heather Locklear as his new object of ... See full summary »
A giant ape King Kong, which was shot and fell off the World Trade Center tower, appears to be alive, but is in coma for 10 years and desperately needs a blood transfusion in order to have an artificial heart implanted. Suddenly, in the rainforest, another gigantic ape is found - this time a female. She is brought to the USA, and the heart is successfully implanted. But then King Kong, having sensed the female ape, breaks loose. Written by
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Writer Steven Pressfield mentions "King Kong Lives" as a live-changing, validating failure in his book 'The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles.' This was his first professional writing job after 17 years of trying. After the movie bombed, he realized he had become a professional. He hadn't yet had a success, but "had had a real failure." See more »
When Kong first sees the alligator, it is a full-grown adult alligator. When Kong picks up the alligator, you can tell it is just a baby. See more »
Well, the only thing good in this movie is the split-second flash you get of Linda Hamilton's rack. I don't know who the hell the rest of these people were. There was some blond dufus named "Hank". And a lot of really bad special FX. All in all, it's an awful movie.
But just imagine if it had been made today, it'd have super-slick CGI effects for the monkeys and a sound track by Elton John singing about "shining stars" and hairy monkey suits. Joel Schumacher would direct of course. The female lead would be played by Denise Richards except she wouldn't show her boobs. There'd be long shots of Hank's naked ass several times throughout the movie. Wouldn't it be great?
Er, maybe I'll just watch to 80's version again.
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