Kong: Skull Island

Corrected entry: While in her darkroom, Mason Weaver is shown looking at some 35mm film that has the marking "Kodak 400TX" on the edge. Kodak Tri-X film was not available in 1973.

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Correction: Actually it was introduced in 1954 for 35mm. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodak_Tri-X.

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Corrected entry: Packard and group are crossing the graveyard looking for a missing soldier. While getting attacked somebody has the flamethrower. The flamethrower wasn't seen anywhere else in the movie. (01:20:00 - 01:21:00)

Correction: Just because it had not yet been used doesn't mean that they didn't have the flamethrower all along.

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Corrected entry: During the final fight between Kong and the big Skull Crawler, Kong has the girl in his right hand. The Skull Crawler wraps its tongue around Kong's right arm, the fight ensues. Kong rears back and pulls the Skull Crawler's tongue and insides out of its mouth, still holding the girl. Point of view cuts to foreground and we see the Skull Crawler fall, lifeless, to the ground while Kong standing in background with his right hand open. Seconds later, Kong opens his right hand to set the girl down.

Correction: Kong used his left hand to grab then throw the Skull Crawler behind him. His right hand was still holding the girl.

Corrected entry: On the ship there are six helicopters, 1 at the front, 4 in the middle and 1 at the back, but when they take off and fly to the island there are now 11 helicopters and an infinite number of soldiers.

Correction: There are a total of nine helicopters. One in front, five on the main deck, and three on the aft deck (including the two in the hangar).

That still doesn't equal 11. I believe there are actually 11 Hueys, a Sea Stallion and a Chinook flying into the storm.

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Hank Marlow: Who's winning the war?
Captain James Conrad: Which one?
Hank Marlow: That makes sense, I guess.



The idea that Marlow would simply take a taxi to his wife's address after being missing in action for thirty odd years is stupid beyond belief. He was on a ship sailing from the central Pacific for days and those ships have radios! The US military would have known he was coming. Someone, somewhere would have notified the authorities that a US serviceman long thought dead was actually alive and on his way home and his wife and son would have been there on the docks to greet him, not standing slack-jawed in the kitchen dropping trays of drinks on the floor when he turned up! What would have happened if she had remarried? Or moved house? Or she was dead? Don't tell me the US military didn't know he was coming - he is wearing a brand new uniform, clean and pressed.



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