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Kong: Skull Island review: Dropping the ‘King’ from his name makes this ape no less a leader in the monster pack.
Kong: Skull Island review
Apocalypse Kong (as it should be known) is the best way to sum up this latest cinematic outing for the gigantic ape. He’s back and he’s literally bigger than ever, taking on a much needed size reconfiguration in order to level the playing field for when he takes on Japan’s World Monster Champion, Godzilla. For those of you who are just here for Kong though, don’t fret, as this is very much his movie, and it’s a solo project with very few hints towards what is to come. Although you may wish to stay after the credits.
Starting off in 1944, Kong: Skull Island sets its tone very early, as two World »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Danny Trejo’s life will soon be the subject of a new documentary titled “Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo.” Directed by Brett Harvey, the film will chronicle his tumultuous upbringings, from an early life of drugs, his time in prison, getting clean and his eventual rise to fame.
Trejo will give a a firsthand account of everything he faced in his past, to getting a second chance and changing his life, to becoming a movie star and giving back to the community.
“Today, Danny Trejo is temperate, benevolent and likely one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. But he wasn’t always this way”, said producer Adam Scorgie in a statement. “Growing up in the mean streets of Pacoima, California, he was raised and mentored by his uncle, a drug addict and armed robber. By the age of 12, he had tried heroin. By age 15, he was »
- Liz Calvario
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