On Watching King Kong During The Transit Strike
December 22nd, 2005

Nobody takes the bus or the subway in the New York of the new “King Kong.” There are a few trolleys, but everybody travels mostly by car and cab, by ship and – in the beautiful blonde’s case – by ape.

There is something even less likely: When Adrian Brody dashes through Times Square to try to rescue Naomi Watts from the rampaging Kong (or is it to rescue both of them?), he hails a cab.

“It’s all yours buddy,” the cabdriver says, opening the door for Brody and running out.

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