Battle For The Planet Of The Apes

Battle For The Planet Of The Apes

The fifth and final episode in the Planet of the Apes series. After the collapse of human civilization, a community of intelligent apes led by Caesar lives in harmony with a group of humans. Gorilla General Aldo tries to cause an ape civil war and a community of human mutants who live beneath a destroyed city try to conquer those whom they perceive as enemies. All leading to the finale.

After conquering the oppressive humans in "Conquest for the Planet of the Apes", Caesar must now keep the peace among the humans and apes. But warring factions of apes led by a militant gorilla general as well as various human groups threaten the stability. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Battle For The Planet Of The Apes torrent reviews

Stuart B (jp) wrote: A truly amazing and emotional documentary. Highly recommended.

Jack W (au) wrote: Slow but engaging. You're invested in the task at hand and you're always interested in where it goes.

Peter S (nl) wrote: The only reason anyone would see this is because of the directors and the main stars. If the two cast members were, say, Pauly shore and Andy dick, and the director was Dennis Dugan, it would fail miserably. However, since that is not the case, it's an average, fine movie. You will definitely laugh in this, and when haven't Jason Sudekis and Owen Wilson been man children? Alas, it's different here. You just feel dirty after watching it, and it's more awkward than not, even though it's not as gross as there's something about Mary. It's not as funny either. Maybe there's just something I don't like about the idea of infidelities riding on a plot point. Look how Laurel canyon turned out, it's an hour and 40 minutes of an engaged couple cheating on each other, and in the last 10 minutes, they finally decide to do something about it. Luckily, this has more story and charm, but be warned, you'll feel dirty and dumber after watching it

Phil H (it) wrote: Like the 'Doug' animated movie this is purely for fans of the original cartoon. Totally for kids and no one else really, I can't see any adult (or child even) liking this at all unless they know the original series and have followed it.This was probably my fave Nicktoon beating even 'Rugrats', why? because you could relate to it quite well. Many of the stories tend to revolve around real situations that kids deal with in their daily lives, situations many of us will have gone through. The usual stuff like bullies, school, projects, parents, families, snow days, adventures using your imagination etc...Next to that is the great array of loud quirky characters which fill this world, Dan Castellaneta voicing one of my faves in Grandpa Phil. The oddly shaped designs of the characters is another little series trait and of course the hand drawn style of the cartoon is really rich, colourful and bold. Each toon has their own unique individual artistic style but 'Hey Arnold!' is really one of my favourites, its so pleasing to the eye.As for this movie, its obviously an extended version of the regular 20 minute cartoon but as usual it can't quite live up to the original shorter material. The plot is quite a heavy one involving Arnold and Gerald trying to save their neighbourhood from being destroyed by some rich tycoon. This doesn't really work too well in my opinion as it just seems too much of a stretch for the characters to achieve. Some of the ideas by other characters to stop this happening are just daft (yeah I know its a toon but still), blowing a hole in their own street? All in all it does feel like the writers have had problems trying to think of cute filler to take up the time. Even for a kids film its dreadfully average and predictable.New characters are also kinda bland and uninteresting unfortunately. They are voiced well by a stellar cast but they just seem uninspired, accept for 'the Coroner' voiced by Chris Lloyd, he was quite cool. All the other regular characters are present and voiced by the regular cast so continuity is good and the film visually looks the same accept for the odd spot of CGI and its generally sharper naturally.To look at this film is to love it, its Hey Arnold but so much crisper and more delightful. But that's about it really, the plot is heavy handed, it feels terribly stretched, and they try to cram all the characters into the background losing the little amusing touches. All they needed to do was stick to a more kid friendly plot if you ask me or a continuation of the final series perhaps. Something we (the fans) can all relate to, exactly why the series was so successful in the first place.

CJ C (ag) wrote: Engrossing story & well-acted. FanGirl: I found this copy at my local library. Its worth hunting down to see again.

Orlok W (ag) wrote: Campy original horror at its best--Bloody, gory, sick, FUN!!

Francisco G (it) wrote: An unworthy sequel to Westworld, Futureworld is bland as hell.There are no memorable scenes whatsoever, action sequences are something out of the 20s, actors all seem bored and don't deliver an gist of emotion, overlong, the plot despite having great ideas, doesn't go anywhere and so on and so on.A complete miss and a bit of an insult to the original's extravaganza.

Diana W (ag) wrote: Only those who love musicals need watch! The sexiest Barbara ever in this one! 1 of my top 10 most memorable love scenes is in this movie!

Paul D (de) wrote: This is an acid trip set to George Harrison's Indian-influenced soundtrack.