• 电影名称 Planet of the Apes

  • ——Somewhere in the universe there must be something better than man. In a matter of time, an astronaut will wing through the centuries and find the answer. He may find the most terrifying one of all on the planet where apes are the rulers and man the beast.
  • 中文名称 人猿星球
  •  类型  冒险 / 悬疑 / 科幻
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 52 min (112 min) / 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (Argentina) / 1 hr 47 min (107 min) (DVD edition) (Spain)
  • 上映时间 3 April 1968 (USA)
In the year 1968, two movies came out that changed modern dayscience-fiction films forever, 2001 A Space Odyssey was the most famousout of the two, but Planet of the Apes stands on its own ground andbecame a classic that it is universally acclaimed to be. Planet of theApes is still way better than a...
No one I know under 40 had seen this film, though we all joked about it asbeing a stereotypical "bad" film based on rumors. the title, and clips seenhere and there. Finally one weekend when I was working until 2:00 a.m. Iwent home and there was a sequel on late night TV, during the 30 year Planetof...
1968s PLANET OF THE APES has been my favorite film since I first saw itinApril of that year when I was eight years old. The movie had a hugeimpactback then and I cannot emphasize more the power to grip the imaginationithad -- and has -- and the shock the final image of the movie was backthen.I lite...
When I recently, for fun, ranked my favorite films in a top 100 list,Planetof the Apes ended up at 33. It was the second sci-fi on the list, after2001, which ranked #1. I have always been disappointed and irked at theill-will that some people have towards Planet of the Apes. I almostassaulted someon...
The original 'Planet of the Apes' is better than the 2001 remake on almostevery level. May be Tim Burton's version looks better, no wonder with Burtonas the director, but the direction itself, the cinematography, the story andthe performances in Franklin J. Schaffner's original are much better andmo...
Absolutely incredible. Easily in my top 10 all time, and that's sayingsomething. This movie kept me captivated from the beginning all the way tothe end. It combined a super setting and effects (at least for '68) and thecasting was perfect. This movie included, in my opinion, one of the mostmemorable...
It's especially interesting that "Planet of the Apes" was released afew months before "2001: A Space Odyssey", as they both look at thesame question: what will become of humanity (and how did we originate)?Obviously, the really famous line is Charlton Heston's snap at hiscaptors, and the really famo...
In recent years sci-fi have been filled with flashing lights,high-budget CGI effects and ridiculous stunts like in THE MATRIX and I,ROBOT. If you don't like one sci-fi film you're unlikely to like any asthey're all the same. However, my dad took down PLANET OF THE APES fromour video shelf. Unlike mo...
In a magnificent performance, Heston plays what he considers an"existential" character... He is a cynic who hates mankind enough tomake him leave the Earth in search of "something better than man." Heston tries to make sense of this "upside-down" world, and in theprocess, Pierre Boulle raises such i...
This film, directed by Franklin J. Schaffner ("Patton"), is one of themoststylized films of the late 1960's. "Planet of the Apes" - which was basedonthe novel by Pierre Boulle - is social commentary at it's best. The film'spost apocalyptic look is breathtaking, and Roddy McDowall (Dr. Cornelius),Kim...
Here is Pauline Kael's review from the February 17th, 1968 New Yorker:"Apes Must Be Remembered, Charlie" "'Planet of the Apes' is a very entertaining movie, and you'd better go seeit quickly, before your friends take the edge off it by telling you allabout it. They will, because it has the ingeniou...
Unlike the recent Tim Burton remake this can be called a great film .Franklin J Schaffner does a good job of bringing an otherworldliness ( Andjust how ironic is that ?) to the film , and the ending is rightly regardedas a classic moment of cinema . This is how SF should be made , with littleFX and...
If you really look at this movie from a certain perspective this reallyis not that good. Yet Charlton Heston some how makes this into one ofbest sci-fi films ever.Charlton Heston provided something that most actors don't have. He hasthat look into the camera that can just describe so many things abo...
i think that this movie had the best shock moment at the end of thefilm than any other film in history. i saw this movie when i was about9 years old and was fascinated with the thought of apes evolving onanother planet and had heard nothing about the ending. when the camerapulls out at the end and s...
I had been avoiding watching 'Planet of the Apes' for a long time as Ithought it would be one of those silly futuristic sci-fi movies withmen fighting monkeys. However, the movie turned out to be so much more.The limited use of special effects give it an authentic look. Schaffnermakes fine use of hi...
Charlton Heston is the only survivor of a space expedition that hascrashed on a planet some millions of light years from earth, and thussome 2,000 years in the future. He stumbles into a rude civilization inwhich apes rule, while the tribes of speechless humans are treated aswild animals and periodi...
Planet of the Apes is a highly underrated science fiction film thatfocuses on ideas and social commentary rather than action, specialeffects and twists in narrative. That is not to say that it does notcontain any of the latter, indeed it does have plenty, but they are allsuitably used in order to co...
This known story is the first and best of the primates series; itstarts when Taylor(recently deceased Charlton Heston) and threeastronauts crash on a far planet and encounter a culture where thesimians rule over. At the start they trek taken across the desert.Later discover humanity has gone awry an...
Does contain spoilers!I remember recently having an argument at work with my boss who vehementlyargued that 1968's Planet of the Apes is head and shoulders above TimBurton's version. I had just come back from seeing Burton's and was quiteimpressed. And even though I had never seen this one, I argu...
Here's the February 7, 1968 review from Variety:"'Planet of the Apes' is an amazing film. A political-sociologicalallegory, cast in the mold of futuristic science-fiction, the Arthur P.Jacobs production for 20th-Fox is an intriguing blend of chilling satire, asometimes ludicrous juxtaposition of h...
Taking some liberties with Pierre Boulle's book,the movie remainsfaithful to its spirit,to its Voltaire-like irony.It's interesting ifyou saw the movie to read the book and compare the twoendings:desperate at the end of the movie,it's actually tinged withhumor in Boulle's words (Men inspired by wisd...
Planet of the Apes is directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and adapted toscreenplay by Michael Wilson and Rod Serling from the 1963 PierreBoulle novel La planete des singes. It stars Charlton Heston, RoddyMcDowall, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans, James Whitmore, James Daly andLinda Harrison. Music is scored...
On April 3rd,1968 (2 months and 10 days before my birth)"Planet of TheApes" was released for movie-goers. 40 years and two days later we nowsay farewell to Charlton Heston.I just heard the news of his passing at 9:25pm last night on my localnews. Most of us know Heston for his 3 biggest roles,Moses ...
A crew of astronauts crash-lands on a planet in the distant future,where the dominant species are intelligent, talking apes. The leader ofthe astronauts is treated like a caged slave (like the other humans onthe planet) but he tries to escape, in the hope to return home.'Planet Of The Apes' is one o...
"Planet of the Apes" was a french book released in 1963 that asked big,interesting questions. Would humanity eventually be bested by a similaryet, inferior species? Or would humanity ultimately destroy itself?Seeing obvious potential, 20th Century Pictures acquired the rights tomake a film and the r...
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