Enlarge / You wouldn’t like Kong when he’s angry.
Let’s start with the good stuff, and by that, I mean the final, thrilling action sequence in new movie Kong: Skull Island.

The titular ape has been discovered on a remote South Pacific island, and humans have spent about 100 minutes arguing over whether to kill the beast or kinda-sorta fall in love with it.

A few native denizens explain that Kong has kept a strange peace on his home island as he has protected his human neighbors from a species of, er, skeletal lizard-raptors.
Locals keep on mentioning that the ske-liz-raps are ruled by a “big one.” The big one, conveniently enough, appears at the film’s climax.
Heads up to kaiju fans: You must watch (five minutes of) Kong: Skull Island

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