The clip confronting carl about skull island from King kong (2005) with Jack Black, Thomas Kretschmann
We're close. Turn southwest.
There's no land southwest for thousands of miles.
It takes us way outside the shipping lanes.
I won't sail blind in these waters.
I'll make it worth your while.
There's nothing out there.
Well, then you've nothing to lose.
If someone were to tell you this ship was headed for Singapore...
what would you say?
I would say they're full of it, Mr Hayes.
Well, we turned southwest last night.
We're not looking for trouble.
You're looking for something else.
Yes, we are.
We're going to find Skull Island.
Find it, film it, and show it to the world.
For 25 cents, you get to see the last blank space on the map.
I wouldn't be so sure of that.
What do you mean?
Seven years ago, me and Mr Hayes were working our passage...
on a Norwegian bark.
We picked up a castaway. We found him in the water.
He'd been drifting for days.
His ship had run aground on an island way west of Sumatra.
An island hidden in fog.
He spoke of a huge wall...
built so long ago...
no one knew who'd made it.
A wall 100 foot high...
as strong today as it was ages ago.
Why'd they build the wall?