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Ann (Naomi Watts) is offered by the Natives as a human sacrifice to Kong, who makes a grand entrance.

One of the greatest adventure stories in Hollywood history gets a new interpretation in this action drama from Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson. In the early 1930s, Carl Denham (Jack Black) is a daring filmmaker and adventurer who has gained a reputation for his pictures documenting wildlife in remote and dangerous jungle lands; despite the objections of his backers, Denham plans to film his next project aboard an ocean vessel en route to Skull Island, an uncharted island he discovered on a rare map. Correctly assuming his cast and crew would be wary of such a journey, Denham has told them they’re traveling to Singapore, but before they set sail, his leading lady drops out of the project. Needing a beautiful actress willing to take a risk, Denham finds Ann Darrow (Naomi Watts), a beautiful but down-on-her-luck vaudeville performer, and offers her the role; cautious but eager to work, Darrow takes the role, and onboard the ship she strikes up a romance with Jack Driscoll (Adrien Brody), a respected playwright hired by Denham to write the script for his latest epic.When Denham and company arrive on Skull Island, the natives react with savage violence, but they happen to be the least of their worries. Skull Island is a sanctuary for prehistoric life, and lording it over the dinosaurs and other giant beasts is Kong, a 25-foot-tall gorilla who can outfight any creature on Earth. The natives kidnap Darrow, giving her to Kong as an offering to appease the giant beast; Denham and his men set out to find her, with Driscoll bravely determined to save the woman he loves. Eventually, Driscoll finds Darrow and Denham outwits Kong, intending to take the giant ape back to New York for display. But Kong has bonded with Darrow, and his attraction to her proves to be his undoing. Andy Serkis, who provided the body movements for Gollum in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings pictures, performed similar duties on King Kong, studying gorillas so he could mimic their actions, which were then used as the basis for the special-effects crew’s digital animation of the great ape.

TM & © Universal (2005)
Cast: Adrien Brody, Andy Serkis, Naomi Watts
Director: Peter Jackson
Producers: Philippa Boyens, Jan Blenkin, Carolynne Cunningham, Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, Annette Wullems
Screenwriters: Merian C. Cooper, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, Edgar Wallace

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29 Replies to “King Kong (1/10) Movie CLIP – Human Sacrifice (2005) HD”

  1. In the Bible, the only false god the pagans offer human sacrifices to was Baal or Moloch (aka Satan) with people obviously demonically possessed as the movie portrays. So, really this movie is plainly showing us that Kong is nothing more than Satan.

  2. Watched it in the movie theater when I was 7 years old… I was so scared in this part.

    Now that I'm older… I'm still scared :v

  3. I thought the first half of this movie was great though I didn't care as much for the Ann character,she's suppose to be a product of the Great Depression yet she's too cheery/hopeful,she's too healthy looking and she still has a job while everyone else is out of work…I do like the way they portrayed the natives as a dying civilization and the whole seriousness of those scenes but except for the male scenes involving the dinosaurs which were great,her scenes just get ridiculous and even worse once they get her back to New York with Kong it just goes down hill and completely ruined the movie for me,really both of them skating on ice.

  4. Why tf are the natives so creepy!? Seriously they need to chill. No wonder Kong was in his feelings for Ann. She was the first normal person he'd met.

  5. I have the original King Kong and the 70's remake and Kong. This one is too ugly . The scenery the natives and the story. Only thing I like about it is that it's set in the 1930's.

  6. She was hanging from the ropes… supposed to be straight as hell… right??? But her arms were bent when Kong enters the scene…what did she think she was doing??? Exercising…to gain strength to fight the mighty Kong???

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