I liked the slightly strange acting that the ape opposites seemed to produce in the humans, it somehow made the humans over-acting all the time kinda over-dramatic in a Ben Hur way without the backing scenes and souind that made it work.
I have never really cared for the remake of the origional Planet of the Apes. The origional is way better, but this next movie looks better than any of the other prequills to the origional. I'd love to see that one.
I will definitely see this prequel. The remake of the original Planet of the Apes sucked. I hope this one makes up for it. Nobody can replace Charlton Heston and there is no replacement for the original, which was excellent in all areas.
Note: Look for the new Alien prequel coming out produced by Ridley Scott.
I just saw a decent preview of this show coming out August 5th. It looks like it's going to be a decent film, really. Special effects weren't over-exaggerated, seemed realistic too. Looks like it's going to be a believable plot. I was very impressed. I do love the original!
I saw this movie the day it came out. I was impressed, it held my attention, and the special effects were realistic. A very believable story line with visual and audio suggestions that connected to the first original: The Planet of the Apes.
Now, let's hope they do NOT try to remake the original Planet Of the Apes again because their can be no replacement. Charlton Heston is the only Taylor, in my book.
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