Planet of the apes

The 1968 American science fiction film “Planet of the Apes” was a wildly successful film, combining action and social commentary to create one of the most popular and influential films of all time. The story revolves around a crew of astronauts who crash land on an unknown planet in the distant future, where they find intelligent apes that have evolved into humans and taken over the human race. Humans, on the other hand, are mute creatures with animal skins and a limited vocabulary.

The first movie introduced the apes as human-like creatures, and was directed by Peter Jackson and Chris Columbus. The film was a hit, grossing over $362 million worldwide. It is now a classic, and the apes have never been more popular. The movie’s sequel, titled “Return of the Apes,” stars Mark Wahlberg as a human geneticist (and Helena Bonham-Carter as the ape). It’s based on a real book by Amanda Silver and Rick Jaffa that describes an old man who had a pet chimp, “Caesar.”

The Apes trilogy is almost entirely centered around the ape leader Caesar. The movie’s plot isn’t predictable and the story isn’t reliant on a predetermined ending, as it’s based on a true event. The plot of the movie is unpredictable and exciting, and the characters are likeable, even if not exactly human. However, there are many instances in which the apes behave violently toward humans.