The original 1968 Planet of the Apes movie starred Charlton Heston and was based on a novel by French writer Pierre Boulle. It follows an astronaut who lands on a planet inhabited by an advanced.
Tim Burton’s 2001 Planet of the Apes reboot effectively killed the franchise for several years. The effect of the film was such that many though Rise of the Planet of the Apes would be a huge.
War looms between ape and human as Leo and his band head for a sacred site deep in an off-limits desert, where secrets about the planet's ape and human ancestry wait to be revealed. Planet of the Apes is directed by Tim Burton and features the original film's star, Charlton Heston, in a cameo role as the dying father of Thade. Karl Williams, Rovi.RISE of the Planet of the Apes - A brilliant, clever re-invention of the Apes franchise, the plot is amazing, the characters are all well done and it doesn't stray from focusing on Caesar, and the end is EPIC! DAWN of the Planet of the Apes - An even more impressive continuation after RISE. The plot revolving the human characters is basic, but you have great drama and conflict, when the finale.Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes, is the ending really that confusing? I know, I know, Apraham Lincoln is dumb, I get it. I just feel like the movie didnt need that much explaining and when i hear that even tim burton and tim roth didnt get it, i feel like maybe i missed something, and maybe im oversimplifying it.
One of the things that I like about Tim Burton's version of Planet of the Apes is that while the Apes are civilized, they still maintain characteristics and behavioral traits of real apes. Burton. I enjoy the scenes where the apes make use of their feet other than for walking as well as whenever they run on all fours and make typical ape sounds. While we do get some of that in the reboot films.
Planet of the Apes Directed by: Tim Burton Written by: Screenplay: William Broyles, Jr. Lawrence Konner Mark Rosenthal Novel: Pierre Boulle Starring: Mark Wahlberg Tim Roth Helena Bonham Carter Michael Clarke Duncan Paul Giamatti Estella Warren Music by: Danny Elfman Cinematography: Philippe Rousselot Art direction: Rick Heinrichs Edited by: Chris Lebenzon Joel Negron Distributed by: 20th.
Planet of the Apes (2001) Category: Film. ITV4. Freeview. Remake of the 1960s sci-fi adventure, directed by Tim Burton and starring Mark Wahlberg, Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Roth, and.
This, the premise of Pierre Boulle's classic novel Planet of the Apes, has become one of the most recognized and provocative concepts in the canon of science fiction literature and cinema. Visionary filmmaker Tim Burton has uniquely envisioned a journey to an incredible upside-down world.
The Planet of the Apes series was only recently rebooted, with Tim Burton’s unpopular version at the start of the century, so it came as no surprise there was very little interest in yet another proliferation of a well mined series when it was announced.We were told this would be taking elements from the 4th Apes movie, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, without being a direct remake—and.
Mark Wahlberg in Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes. Advertisement. 9) Planet of the Apes (2001) Prior to 2001, Tim Burton had crafted such gothy masterpieces as Ed Wood, Edward Scissorhands.
We give Tim Burton’s much-maligned 2001 remake of Planet of the Apes some overdue respect with this top 10 list. With War for the Planet of the Apes getting ready to shred screens soon (that.
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Credit Where It’s Due. There are some positives that have to be stated, though. Even though Burton wrongly thought of Planet of the Apes as just a creature feature, the makeup in the film does.
Tim Burton Holding up a mirror to humanity, this sci-fi masterpiece poses pertinent ethical questions while sending readers on an action-packed intergalactic adventure. First published in 1963, Planet of the Apes spawned a global media franchise: an Oscar-nominated film was followed by four sequels, while reboots and remakes, television series and comics saw its popularity skyrocket.
User Comments for Planet of the Apes, The: Limey (1 out of 10 ) What good thinking by Tim Burton to cast an actual real-life ape (Donny Wahlberg) as the lead in this movie! Loved the original, this was a load of old cobblers! Limey (2 out of 10 ) Or was it Mark Wahlberg? Either way, I didn't like it. But do note that my rating has improved a notch since last time. John (9 out of 10 ) Good.