Son of Kong (1933)

Son of Kong (1933)
(69) As a sequel to one of cinema’s most influential films, Son of Kong was almost certain to underwhelm. While it can be forgiven for striking a more comedic tone, it also dials down the action considerably. Its finale is the match of only lesser sequences from the first film – so much so that it’s hard to believe Son of Kong is actually ending until the romance wraps things up.

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