Warner Brothers’ latest film is an earth-shattering experience. “Kong: Skull Island” soars because of its special effects and by the incredible acting of the cast. The film focuses on the origins of Kong (Terry Notary) and his homeland known as Skull Island. In the 1970s, William Randa (John Goodman) leads a team of researchers and soldiers onto Skull Island to prove that Kong does, in fact, exist. Aided by hunter-tracker James Conrad (Tom Hiddleston) and photojournalist Mason Weaver (Brie Larson), their journey leads them far beyond what they expected to find. However, not everyone considers Kong a remarkable beast. Following an intense first encounter, Colonel Preston Packard (Samuel L. Jackson) vows to bring him down for killing some of his soldiers. “Skull Island” takes the legend of Kong in a new direction. It is preceded by the original 1933 “King Kong,” the 1976 adaption and the 2005 remake. In my…