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An astronaut, named Brent, is sent on a mission to find the missing astronaut crew from the first film, and he also lands on the planet of the apes where he stumbles upon an underground city where the last humans are in hiding from the dreaded ape army now out to exterminate mankind.
In an effort to find the missing astronaut Taylor, Brent goes on a rescue mission to the planet of the apes. Using the information he receives from the ape village that Taylor escaped from, Brent locates him in an underground fortress in the forbidden zone guarded by telepathic humans.
Most fans agree the first POTA movie is the best. The ending is now part of film legend. This one works well because it adds new twist to the first movie **************Possible Spoiler*******you see humans who survived the nuclear war, some of them can talk/think (you can argue about their acting skills).<br/><br/>Time Travel, does going into past/future change the present, anti war, humans are destructive themes prevail here. Sometimes the movie gets a bit preachy, but it was made when the Anti-War in Vietnam movement was gaining strength. I liked how they explained the end of the earth and set the movie up for the third movie.<br/><br/>Charles Heston has been criticized for over acting, I think you can see why here and the main female (Human, not Chimp) Nova, gets to go two movies in a row without ever saying a word.<br/><br/>This is good sci-fi, has a plot, a moral, decent acting, and a solid script to keep you interested. Not perfect, sometimes cheesy, but overall recommended.
I am rewatching all of the late 1960s/early 1970s Apes films after seeing Tim Burton's wasted mess last week. All I can say about Beneath the Planet of the Apes is that it had so much potential, but most of that potential is wasted. It starts off good, rehashing the ending of the 1968 Planet of the Apes. And it's a shame that Heston didn't want to make another Apes film (even though he appears in about 1/4th of this one anyway–strange) because that is where an interesting sequel could have gone. A creative scriptwriter could have come up with a lot more interesting "surprises" had they shown he-man Heston exploring what 40th century earth had become. Funny, this film immediately starts to remind me of Burton's 2001 Planet of the Apes when we first flash to the James Franciscus "spaceship crashed on earth" scene. It's like, "Oh no, it's going to be another film of rushed plot elements hokily referring to the first." Basically, that is what you get in Beneath the Planet of the Apes. We see he-man Heston and she-woman Nova in flashbacks confronting mysteriously bad-looking Ten Commandment-like psychic illusions in the Forbidden Zone. We see he-man Heston falling into one of the psychic illusions in the Forbidden Zone and she-woman Nova's ever-cheesy, ever-tortured expression. (However, there is another great soliloque by Heston in a Nova flashback before he disappears–the one where he contemplates starting a colony with Nova. Man, you've got to love those cheesy Heston soliloques in the Apes flicks.) Sorry to say, Franciscus is just no match for Heston in terms screen presence in the Apes films. Heston simply is THE MAN in Planet of the Apes. We go back to the ape city for part of Beneath the Planet of the Apes, but that part of the film seems rushed, more like Burton's approach (the Cliff Notes approach) to me. Kim Hunter's Dr. Zira is still good, as is Maurice Evans Dr. Zaius and David Watson's Cornelius (I didn't even realize it wasn't Roddy McDowell until the end). Though cheesy, I still enjoy the late 1960s/early 1970s political satire in this film–the protesting young chimps in the streets, the LBJ-like Dr. Zaius exclaiming, "Move along, young people, move along!" and the Vietnam-era general-types in the gorillas. It's the cheese/effective stuff like this that Burton's film has none of (which it could have, being that Burton seems like a fine film maker, and that is why his film is so puzzling). Anyway, the human underground city that Francisus and Nova discover is interesting in this film, but again, the whole thing is too rushed to work effectively. We meet the underground people, who have psychic powers, but there are so many gaps in logic in what they are and aren't psychic about that it is not even worth commenting on. The underground people's religious service to the atomic bomb is interesting, but beyond that their presence does not have much power. Heston and Franciscus's meeting is laughable; it makes no sense and again makes me wonder: If Heston was going to be in this film for the last twenty minutes, why didn't he just agree to do the whole thing? So odd. And the ending is a joke–senseless and rushed. But it's still on OK B movie in my opinion. I like it better than Burton's. One final comment: I can't believe these films are rated "G". There's some violent, scary stuff in them and though low budget-looking by today's standards, I think they at least merit a PG rating. Beneath is not great, but it's worth a watch anyway.
This sequel to Planet of the Apes isn't bad, but degenerates the original conception into routine comic strip adventure.
Following the trajectory made by Taylor's spaceship, another astronaut named Brent (<a href="/name/nm0002082/">James Franciscus</a>) crashlands on the planet of the apes in the year 3955AD and goes in search of Taylor (<a href="/name/nm0000032/">Charlton Heston</a>), who has gone missing in the Forbidden Zone. While trying to escape from a band of gorilla soldiers led by the war hungry Ursus (<a href="/name/nm0339834/">James Gregory</a>), Brent and Nova (<a href="/name/nm0365709/">Linda Harrison</a>) stumble upon a subterranean fortress where a cult of humans are hiding. Meanwhile, the gorilla army has decided to invade the Forbidden Zone and kill all remaining humans, because "the only good human is a dead human!" Beneath the Planet of the Apes is a sequel to <a href="/title/tt0063442/">Planet of the Apes (1968)</a> (1968), which was based on the 1963 novel La Planète des Singes by French writer Pierre Boulle. The screenplay for Beneath the Planet of the Apes is credited to Paul Dehn and Mort Abrahams. A novelization of the film by American writer Michael Avallone was released in 1970. Beneath the Planet of the Apes was followed by three more sequels: <a href="/title/tt0067065/">Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971)</a> (1971), <a href="/title/tt0068408/">Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)</a> (1972), and <a href="/title/tt0069768/">Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973)</a> (1973). Besides Taylor and Nova, chimpanzees Zira (<a href="/name/nm0001375/">Kim Hunter</a>) and Cornelius (<a href="/name/nm0914569/">David Watson</a>) put in an appearance as does orangutan Dr Zaius (<a href="/name/nm0263052/">Maurice Evans</a>). The gorilla army discovers the subterranean passage and descends upon the city of mutant humans, clubbing or gunning down everyone who gets in the way. Still confined in their cell, Brent, Taylor, and Nova hear the gunfire and break out. While sneaking down the corridor, they come face-to-face with a gorilla, whom they are able to kill but not before he guns down Nova. Brent and Taylor make their way to the cathedral where Zaius and the gorilla army are confronted by Mendez (<a href="/name/nm0724268/">Paul Richards</a>), who introduces them to his God…the doomsday bomb. He activates the bomb but is unable to hit the detonator before being gunned down. Ursus orders his gorillas to pull down the bomb with rope, block, and tackle, and the bomb begins to emit steam. Brent detracts Ursus when he goes to hit the detonator in an attempt to stop the steam. Zaius notices Taylor hiding behind a pillar, and Ursus shoots him. Brent then shoots Ursus. Crawling toward the detonator, Taylor asks for Zaius' help, but Zaius refuses. "Man is evil…capable of nothing but destruction," he charges. Brent picks up a gun and shoots down a few gorillas but is ultimately shot dead by them. In the final scene, Taylor reaches for the detonator and pushes it. The screen goes white, and a voiceover says: In one of the countless billions of galaxies in the universe lies a medium-sized star. And one of its satellites, a green and insignificant planet, is now dead.
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