Planet of the Apes

Planet of the Apes

After a spectacular crash-landing on an uncharted planet, brash astronaut Leo Davidson finds himself trapped in a savage world where talking apes dominate the human race. Desperate to find a way home, Leo must evade the invincible gorilla army led by Ruthless General Thade.

It is the year 2029: Astronaut Leo Davidson boards a pod cruiser on a Space Station for a "routine" reconnaissance mission. But an abrupt detour through a space time wormhole lands him on a strange planet where talking apes rule over the human race. With the help of a sympathetic chimpanzee activist named Ari and a small band of human rebels, Leo leads the effort to evade the advancing Gorilla Army led by General Thade and his most trusted warrior Attar. Now the race is on to reach a sacred temple within the planet's Forbidden Zone to discover the shocking secrets of mankind's past - and the key to its future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff C (ag) wrote: Utterly beautiful. My wife and I were looking for a romantic comedy. What we got was a very profound picture of people living life.

Jorge O (jp) wrote: Bollywood film was great. Especially the club dance scene between Ishika and Ricky. Love the romance in these films.

Maycie W (fr) wrote: This is a good movie

Lee Ann L (gb) wrote: Excellent acting from both Christian Kane and Rachel Miner. I don't generally like movies that jump like this, but the initial confusion was worth it for the ending.

Kate M (it) wrote: I liked this movie, there's just something about superman that places it above all other comic book adpatations. A lot of action in it

Jerry T (fr) wrote: surprisingly enjoyable. good character development keeps you pulling for success of the main characters. you laugh, you cry and in the end everything is good.

Eric R (us) wrote: Luis Buneul's 'Tristana' is a complex examination of human relationships, societal implications with some good old Catholicism bashing. It's the story of Tristana, a young woman, who is entrusted to the guardianship of the well-respected, Don Lope, after the death of her mother. The relationship between the two of them is odd, as Don Lope is an authoritative figure of the household, yet desires her intimacy. Essentially he is both her father and husband. His jealously keeps Tristana sheltered from the world, as she wants to experience new things. The most brilliant aspect of this film is the character-shift which takes place in the film. For the first part, the viewer completely confides in Tristana, this poor sheltered girl. The scene between Horacio, the painter she begins to see behind Don Lope's back, and her is particularly powerful at showing a woman who is considered "tainted" or "used" by society's standards, yet she has never really truly experienced anything in this world, essentially a slave of Don Lope. While we sympathize more in the beginning, Don Lope is never painted as any type of monster, far from it. In fact as the film progresses we begin to feel for Don Lope, a man who clearly has so much love and compassion for Tristana. The dinner table sequencer in which Don Lope pretends Tristana is still by his side, even though she has been gone for over 2 years, is particularly unnerving. By the end of the film, the audience's sympathy has completely flipped as Tristana becomes the dominate figure in the relationship, coming back into Don Lope's life after realizing she would much rather live in a loveless marriage than deal with the harshness of society. This is a much more subdued Bunuel, that still has and undercurrent of surrealism but nothing like some of his more celebrated efforts. Personally I find Bunuel's criticism of Catholicism boring, but the social criticism holds much weight, even today.

Tom M (jp) wrote: Well performed, moving, believable, and refreshingly unbeholden to any expectations. Mitchum and Kerr are highly convincing as two very different people who find a powerful connection. Characters are unapologetically flawed, and the story doesn't have to force them to change to be able to find a deep message.

Gordon B (nl) wrote: An entertaining & essential 50's Film Noir that's got a cynical private detective, several femme fatales, & a gang of G-men all chasing after a mysterious glowing black box.

Liy D (au) wrote: It is hilarious that this was and an actual anti-marijuana movie.

Vadim D (gb) wrote: This film has only gotten worse with age. It's unoriginal and unimaginative. A good cast wasted on poor writing.

Lockie M (gb) wrote: A bit overlong, but a very entertaing film regardless.

Dimitris K (kr) wrote: I watched this one 3 times in a row at a movie theater when I was 8 with my grandfather. So it's 5 stars for me...

Jay B (ru) wrote: I loved this movie! Luke Wilson is, as usual, flat as all hell... but this supporting cast and incredible storytelling is more than enough to keep you engaged. I love Ribisi, I love Caan, and for some reason I dug this movie more than most.

Li B (de) wrote: Twists and turns that kept me engaged and guessing. It's a must see! Totally gripping cinematography and story line.