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  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
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  • Studio : Universal Pictures UK
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 10 avril 2006
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  • ASIN: B000ESST2Y
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"King Kong Escape" ("La Revanche De King Kong" en français), est un film japonais réalisé par Inoshirō Honda en 1967. Il s'agit probablement du film le plus Kitsch, mais aussi le plus merveilleusement naïf de toute l'histoire de la franchise du gorille géant au cinéma.
Contrairement à ce que l'on pourrait croire, ce n'est absolument pas la suite de l'édifiant King Kong Vs Godzilla, parfaitement ignoré dans le scénario du film qui nous intéresse ici, alors qu'il fut réalisé par la même équipe. A propos de scénario, celui de "King Kong Escape" est un monument à lui tout seul ! Jugez plutôt :
Un savant fou nommé "Docteur Who" ("Qui ça ?" me crie-t-on dans l'assemblée) veut apparemment conquérir le monde (mais après plusieurs visions du métrage, je dois avouer que je ne suis toujours pas certain d'avoir bien compris ses réelles motivations...). Pour devenir très puissant, il décide de construire un robot géant métallique, en tout point identique à King Kong, qu'il nomme "Méchanikong"... Le but est d'envoyer ce nouveau Kong forer une mine afin d'y extraire une substance censée servir à la création d'une arme absolue. Mais ce dernier ne supporte pas la radioactivité des lieux.
Qu'à cela ne tienne ! "Who" (silence, dans l'assemblée, s'il vous plait !) s'en va capturer le vrai Kong, pourtant bien tranquille sur son île, entrain de faire du karaté avec les tyrannosaures du coin... Car celui-ci devrait-être moins sensible au minerai tant convoité.
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HASH(0x96a7b9c0) étoiles sur 5 Taking over the Planet in Four Easy Steps 13 juin 2013
Par Wiz - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
1. Send out your nation's cutest spy to recruit a megalomaniac, super-villain and offer him millions along with a much-needed dental plan.

2. Feign disinterest while said villain uses money to build a giant, robotic King Kong.

3. Pretend the villain isn't a complete whack-job when he reveals a diabolical scheme to use Robot-Kong in harvesting the super-rare "Element X" for quick & easy nukes.

4. Halfheartedly collaborate in an unnecessarily elaborate plot to lure a goofy blonde who the real Kong has the hots for to help you capture the big perv and then make HIM harvest Element X!

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HASH(0x96a7bdec) étoiles sur 5 Very amusing 22 janvier 2009
Par A. Griffiths - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I've been trawling through the very worst of the King Kong wannabe movies that the world has produced and I am glad to say that this one is a real hoot. It's lots of fun to watch if you don't take it seriously and just enjoy the silliness.

The plot is pretty daft to say the least. An evil genius called Dr Who has created a robot King Kong which he intends to put to work excavating a rare ore called "Element X", at the request of a mysterious ambassador from an unnamed "certain country", who is willing to pay hefty sums of money for it. At the same time, a UN submarine runs into trouble (I forget why) and the crew find themselves on a remote island called Mondo island, which just happens to be the home of the REAL King Kong. Dr Who finds all this out somehow (I forget that bit too) and decides to capture Kong to take over the digging work from the robot Kong who has somehow malfunctioned. It's then action all the way as the UN crew try to thwart the evil Dr Who and the two Kongs fight it out together over Tokyo.

Well as you can probably tell, the plot didn't make enough sense for me to remember the details, in fact it has massive holes in logic all over the place. But the fun comes from the big monkey antics of course, and there are plenty of these. You better realise up front that the King Kong you will see here is light years away from a realistic looking gorilla. With a big lumpy suit, an immobile plasticky looking head and seams showing all over the fur costume, this Kong is a laugh a minute. But I don't wish to completely insult him - despite his big glassy eyes (complete with papery eyelids that actually blink!) and fang filled mouth, this Kong actually has real character. I don't know why, but I found him a pleasure to watch in every scene. Certainly a hell of a lot better than the monkey mistakes in films like "A*P*E", "The Mighty Gorga", "King Kong Lives" or "The Mighty Peking Man" (oh yes, I've seen them all!), this might be down to the skills of the guy in the costume because as crazy as it sounds, I actually believed this Kong had a real personality. Albeit a dopey and easily confused one.

But anyway, lets move on to other highlights of the film. Sadly, "King Kong Escapes" does not even TRY to deviate from all the cliches that these wannabe films seem to keep re-using. Witness if you will, Kong saving the heroine from a T-Rex, placing her in a tree while he battles the monster, and killing it by pulling it's jaw apart. Watch as Kong scales a tall tower in the final, with the heroine, again perched precariously on the high ledge. I mean, come on! It really can't be that hard to think up something new!

The ridiculous script is what really annoyed me. Several times the heros are captured by Dr Who and imprisoned, then let go, then rounded up again, then left to escape, then chased again, while the mysterious ambassador from a "certain country" swaps loyalties between Dr Who and the good guys but is left entirely free to do as she pleases in the Who compound, simply releasing our heros when she feels like it. In one crazy scene, the Who crew even leave the keys to the prisoners handcuffs lying on a table and the cell door wide open - convenient eh? The dialogue is also laughable - the dubbing doesn't help, and many of the lines that the actors are reading out are pure nonsense. And poor Linda Miller, who plays the heroine (and Kong's love interest, naturally) has the worst possible voice for a female lead, seemingly dubbed by Chuckie from "Rugrats"!

But it all adds up to silly fun and certainly never gets boring. Even in the slightly duller moments you can marvel at Dr Who's disgusting brown, gappy teeth (can't evil genius's afford dentists?) and the kitsch 60's fashions (Linda Miller's outfits are pretty cool - some submarine doctor's uniform that is!). I enjoyed this a lot and I think others will too.
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HASH(0x96a7be40) étoiles sur 5 King Kong vs. MechaniKong 8 février 2010
Par Mark Rainey - Publié sur
Format: DVD
A Toho/Rankin-Bass co-production, King Kong Escapes offers an imaginative, engaging story, with some surprisingly good special effects, and a first-rate musical score by Akira Ifukube. This is the first and only movie to feature MechaniKong, one of Toho's most popular creations. With a few nods to the original Kong as well as the Rankin-Bass cartoon that spawned it, King Kong Escapes makes for some of the best escapist fun anyone can have at the movies.

As colorful and imaginative as it is ridiculous, King Kong Escapes is one of several films Toho co-produced with U.S. studios in the late 1960s to expand its international audience. Although the King Kong suit itself is awfully cuddly (meant to appeal to kids who enjoyed the Rankin-Bass King Kong cartoon), the big ape turns in an entertaining performance--falling head over heels for almost-actress Linda Miller, fighting the giant rubber dinosaur Gorosaurus, and wreaking havoc at the North Pole. The crowning grace of the movie, though, is MechaniKong, the simian's 60-foot metal counterpart, engineered by that international Judas, Dr. Who (played by Eisei Amamoto). Toho's special effects department went to town with King Kong Escapes; it's a beautifully photographed, very colorful movie with some highly impressive miniature work.

The American version presented here is virtually the same as the original Japanese; only a few minor differences exist between the two. This Universal DVD, though bereft of extras, offers such a beautiful widescreen print that I consider it an irresistible item. This is half of a two-fer from Universal, the other half being King Kong vs. Godzilla.
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HASH(0x963041a4) étoiles sur 5 Rankin & Bass Do King Kong 18 octobre 2006
Par Joshua Koppel - Publié sur
Format: DVD
Just as Rankin & Bass had tackled Tolkien before Jackson did, they also did a King Kong movie. Once again we have a remote island where Kong lives. He also meets a blonde beauty and falls in love. But this version has more. We have an evil villain who has constructed a giant robot Kong to aid him in his schemes. But the villain, Dr. Hu, discovers that the real Kong would work even better.

Now add some gorilla mind control, suitmation, miniature sets, and titanic battles between giants and you get an unforgettable epic (even if you want to forget it). The result is a film that fits somewhere between the original and a Godzilla film. Visually speaking the film is pure Godzilla-style and a credit to the Kaiju films of its day. While not as polished as some modern Kaiju films no Kaiju library should be without one. The dubbed dialogue actually adds to some of the fun as the villain gloats and compares the two Kongs. Check it out.
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HASH(0x963043f0) étoiles sur 5 Great Fun... if not a tad silly. 27 octobre 2011
Par Vince L. Falcone - Publié sur
Format: DVD
There is nothing about this movie that can be taken seriously; but unlike the ugly mess that is "King Kong Lives" this movie is bright, colorful fun that adults will enjoy as a comedy while the kids will get a blast out of the crazy mayhem and exciting array of monsters

Just thinking about the plot and trying to convey it here makes me laugh; and watching this film never gets old, as it has such a 'no holds barred' silliness about it that keeps the story moving, and the viewer engaged. The new DVD release is great; I had no idea just how impressive the look of the film was, as prior to buying it, the last time I saw this movie I was a kid, myself.

The complaints that people lodge about the film are rather misguided in many ways and there is some serious confusion that needs sorting out. The female lead (Linda Miller) was dubbed by another actress, so the complaints about her performance are a bit moot, as nobody ever seems to care when the voices do not fit in the Kung Fu movies, so why take a King Kong picture so seriously?

A note of importance is that this movie is NOT a sequel to King Kong Vs Godzilla. In this movie, Kong is a myth discovered to be real, and being utilized by the villains to dig a mine system and/or tunnels. I know, I know... but that's what they're doing to him when he is discovered. So, I guess technically, he was discovered by others before being 'discovered'. See what I mean. Silly. :-)

IF you are looking for high tech, CGI special effects, well then, you're years too early. This is one of those Giant Monster movies that makes great use of big rubber costumes, swimming pool and desolate field battles, and beautifully scaled city-scapes. Enjoy this one for what it is... great, goofy fun.
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