That’s the first of many problems with Kong: Skull Island—the tone is completely off from that of Godzilla. Sure, as directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, there are moments of action and suspense similar to Edwards’ flick, but the tone of this film jumps up and down like a kangaroo in a bouncy castle. How can these two films cross over successfully when one is so starkly serious and the other so ludicrously flippant?
By: Dan Grant “Hey, I’m going to be going to Montreal on the Victoria Day weekend,” said Daniel Reynolds. “So I guess we’ll have to scrap that Godzilla review. Can […]
By: Daniel Reynolds While Hollywood insists that the summer starts in early April, here in Toronto, after the winter we just had, we know warm weather to be just a rumour. […]