Finally. A good “Planet of the Apes” movie. A really good one. One that isn’t stupid and cliched, no less.
The back-story is that a plague carried by apes and monkeys more or less wipes out humanity. A decade or so later, the apes from the last movie have set up camp near San Francisco, where a bunch of the remaining humans are also trying to survive. Their paths finally cross and then things get interesting. The humans don’t trust the apes because they carried the plague. […]Continue reading →