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Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
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Conquest of the Planet of the Apes

1972
Sci-fi, Action
1h 28m
In a futuristic society where ape slavery has taken over the world, Caesar, the son of the late simians Cornelius and Zira, surfaces after 20 years in hiding out from the authorities, and prepares for a slave revolt against humanity. (imdb)
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23rd
2
This is the film that finally breaks all personal and Sci-Fi connections to the series and we're left with 'apes' as an anachronistic proxy for racial violence. Gone are the prominent personalities from the first three: Taylor, Zira, Cornelius. Fans of passionate Roddy McDowall speechs (a la Cleopatra) should get a kick out the ending.
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6th
20
I only half-watched the last 40 minutes, to be honest. I've now gotten thorough 4 of the 5 original films, the 2001 remake, and the 2011 reboot. That's 6 of the 7 films seen. Of those, (sorry to those who love the 2011 version,) the original 1968 film is the only one that's really worth seeing. Given that track record, I'm not going to bother seeing Battle for the Planet of the Apes. Having been burned 5 times in a row, it's not even tempting.
Rated
61st
3
Actually kind of bad-assed. All of the civil rights parallels aside, I liked watching the apes kick some ass. Mindless fun.
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51st
78
They don't make franchises like this anymore. Instead of offering new adventures of familiar characters, scripter Paul Dehn continues to leap decades between films in an attempt to build one long circular story about how the planet came to be. It's inspired stuff & this chapter wastes no time starting out as ugly & bleak possible & racing towards its end. The climax arrives so quickly in fact, that the film has nothing left to do but let it tiresomely play out for what feels like half an hour.
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5th
20
With this installment planet of the apes reached level of pure exploitation cinema. And not even decent at that. Some excessive violence, terrible writing, small budget that shows...
Avg Percentile 35.84% from 687 total ratings
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