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Saturday
Jun232012

The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews: The King of Kong - A Fistful of Quarters

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The DVD Shelf Movie Reviews is back – with a competitive edge!  In this episode, I’ll look at the 2007 documentary The King of Kong – A Fistful of Quarters, which gives us a hilarious glimpse at the cutthroat world of retro arcade competitions.  Two champions of the classic game Donkey Kong face-off and only one can be crowned king!  We’ll delve into the background of the film, the filmmakers, the origin of the Donkey Kong game itself, and how it put Nintendo on the map.  Lastly, I’ll give the DVD my final recommendation.  All this and more at your online destination where movies are celebrated, not incinerated!

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Reader Comments (1)

This is an excellent episode!

I love the stylish intro!
I love the choice of music you used!
I loved the whole analysis of the documentary!

I only have is that this review was too short :)
Still, it was a pretty damn sweet review and I have to say that your concise style of shooting out info after info is a pure joy. :)
November 20, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMexxxi

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