This sequel to the 1976 remake finds the ape in a coma — and in dire need of a blood transfusion 10 years after his fall from a New York City skyscraper. Scientist Amy Franklin soon locates a suitable donor in Lady Kong, a recently captured female.
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Some movies are so bad that they become surreal masterpieces. Case in point: King Kong Lives, with its excess of rear projection and bad effects do to lack of money. There is nothing in this movie that could be considered "good," yet I have to admit being completely mesmerized by it. Do yourself a favor and watch the heart transplant sequence that starts at the 13 minute mark.