In every gangster film, there is no bad guy and good guy. There's always the bad guy, and the half bad guy who has some twinge of morals still left in his soul. What Nameless Gangster did for me was become the first gangster movie in which I was totally on the side of the bad-bad guy. Early in the movie, Hyung-bae says to Ik-Hyun that he's been stabbed in the back too many times, all by "people who acted…
So this does it. This ends my King Kong marathon.
1933, 1976, and 2005.
What did I think of Peter Jackson's adaption?
I've got to say, pretty dang awesome.
Jackson captures the feel and essence of the thirty's so incredibly well, that my favourite parts of the movie were that in the beginning and the end when we spend time in New York City. His attention to detail is extraordinary. The original clocked in at an hour and forty-six minutes,…