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Planet of the Apes ends famously. And since it's now been 50 years since the April 1968 wide release of the original Planet of the Apes, it's a spoiler that can be discussed openly.But more.
I'm confused by the final scene in the Planet of the Apes film (2001, not the recent Rise film). Leo lands on Earth in his own time to find it run by the Apes. How does this happen? I'm assuming that the Ape planet they're on for the majority of the film is not Earth, as we're certainly not given any reason to believe it is Earth that I can tell.
The problem is, it made sense in the novella, and was a seriously cool twist. In the novella, the planet was actually not earth, but at the end the hero actually makes it back to the real Earth, only to find that the same thing happened on Earth as did the ape planet. All that was replaced with the statue of liberty end in the original movie.
The explanation: Confusion surrounding the ending to Tim Burton’s Apes movie arose because the twist ending differed to the twist ending of the 1968 original. In the first movie, the Planet Of.
Planet of the Apes (1968) Plot. Showing all 6 items Jump to: Summaries (5). They then find the planet is inhabited by intelligent apes. One of the men is shot and killed and the others are taken to the apes' city. There, one undergoes brain surgery and is put into a state of living death. The other befriends some of the apes but is feared by most. After being put through ape trial he.
APES WILL RISE! So, this could be the dark horse of the Summer, with an origin story that we probably didn't need, or want, to the first Planet of the Apes. It's set in present day San Francisco, where man's own experiments with genetic engineering lead to the development of intelligence in apes and the onset of a war for supremacy. Hopefully, it will strive for a similar satirical edge to the.
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