In 1982, “Gamer of the Century” Billy Mitchell managed to score 874,300 points on the arcade classic Donkey Kong, a record many thought would never be broken. In 2003, 35-year-old family man Steve Wiebe, after losing his job at Boeing, found solace in Donkey Kong, surpassing Billy’s record with a thought-to-be-impossible 1,000,000 points. Steve and Billy then engaged in a cross-country duel to see who could set the high score and become “The King of Kong.” Along the way, both men learned valuable lessons about what it means to be a father, a husband, and a true champion. In addition to two big thumbs up on Ebert and Roeper (before thumbs were suspended over monetary disputes between Mr. Ebert and the Disney Corporation) guest host and soon-to-be regular Robert Wilonsky declared Kong just about the best film he had seen this year. Not just for gamers.