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April 6, 2021, by John Mulderig, Catholic News Service
Visually spectacular but dramatically feeble creature feature from director Adam Wingard. In following up both 2019's "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" and "Kong: Skull Island" from 2017, screenwriters Eric Pearson and Max Borenstein entangle the titular showdown in the varied strands of interaction among an ensemble cast with the result that the outsized brutes prove a good deal more interesting than the puny humans. The latter include an orphaned deaf girl (Kaylee Hottle) who has won Kong's affection, her adoptive mother (Rebecca Hall), a linguist who tries to communicate with the big simian, an eccentric podcaster (Brian Tyree Henry) intent on uncovering shenanigans at a high-tech conglomerate, the teen (Millie Bobby Brown) who becomes his protege and a scientist (Alexander…


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