In his King Kong review, New York press critic Matt Zoller Seitz says that the film’s “unwelcome intrusion of refrigerator logic” recalls a moment from the 1998 crime thriller Phoenix, in which Ray Liotta “poses a question the original Kong never gave us a chance to ask: If the natives built that wall to keep Kong out, why’d they make doors big enough for him to get through?” In fact, that observation was first delivered by the late film scholar and archivst Ron Haver on the 1985 Criterion Collection King Kong laser disc, which contained one of the first-ever audio-track commentaries ever put on the market.