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The sole survivor of an interplanetary rescue mission searches for the only survivor of the previous expedition. He discovers a planet ruled by apes and an underground city run by telepathic humans.
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original title: Beneath the Planet of the Apes
duration: 1h 35min
tags: Now civilization's final battle between man and ape is about to begin.
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Astronaut Brent is sent to rescue Taylor but crash lands on the Planet of the Apes, just like Taylor did in the original film. Taylor has disappeared into the Forbidden Zone so Brent and Nova try to follow and find him. He discovers a cult of humans that fear the Apes' latest military movements and finds himself in the middle. Tension mounts to a climactic battle between ape and man deep in the bowels of the planet. Sequel to "Planet of the Apes." Film 2 of the series of 5
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.
Picking up where our last movie left off we see a dejected loin clothed couple on horseback riding along the shoreline wondering where they go from here. Here I thought our second story in the Ape series of Movies from Twentieth Century Fox would have it's Star, Charlton Heston featured in the second film. Wrong as we see a demolished spacecraft in the middle of the forbidden Zone desert as Muscular Astronaut Brent (James Francicscus) emerges from the rubble uninjured . His partner we couldn't say the same for as he sustained very serious injuries to his body plus his loss of eye sight. Brent seems hopeful and grateful that the air is fit to breathe as he tries to get his bearing as to where he is in the Galaxy? Unfortunately his only crew member dies as he buries the last remains he hears a horse cry in the background and it's Nova (Linda Harrison) on horseback off in the distance. Brent approaches the mutant woman and asks questions about where he is and Brent also notices dog tags around Nova's neck as he read the inscription Taylor. Brent is part of a rescue mission to find Taylor and his crew from a previous flight. Brent goes on to ask if Taylor is alive But Nova just looks at a loss.No verbal response from baffled Nova. So Brent jumps on the Horse and tells Nova take me to Taylor. Next scene Nova points to stone styles building as they approach civilization. As Brent and Nova sneak up closer Brent watches in horror an Ape General Ursus (James Gregory)boasting about invading the Forbidden zone. Boasting about Ape doctrine that, "The only good Human is a Dead Human." Luckily the two humans dodge a pistol happy gorilla as Brent get struck by a bullet and they end up at Corneilus and Zira's residence for first aid ,food and the whereabouts of their friend Taylor. The Chimps comply with Brent giving him clothing suitable for humans as they try to leave the Ape city which is doomed in failure as they are quickly captured and marked for Target Practice. Zira unlocked the cage so the two can escape a second time. Brent and the gorilla driver tussle for a time but a tree branch settles the scores as the ape is knocked to the ground. Other Ape scouts spot the two in the far off distance and a chase ensues to a mountain range. Brent and Nova climb the mountain and enter a subterranean passage to Brent's horrific discovery that inside was once the New York City Subway system as he sees the tiled walls and Posters of a by gone era obliterated by Nuclear war wondering what had happen that all that talk about possible peace was just talk. Meanwhile Ape scouts are combing the perimeter in search of the two humans as Brent realizes he has to move further inside the tunnel and follow the Subway tracks. Doesn't take long before he hears some sort of pumping system a vibration noise and stumbles across a tiled tunnel. The two humans enter what looks like an underground Fifth Avenue. The library with the two stoned lions perch in front . A beat up old Bus and Saint Patrick's Cathedral in which Brent enters and see a human type person praying to a nuclear warhead. Brent starts a conversation and realizes that the Human is not opening his mouth yet he hears what he's saying. Two guards grab Brent as Nova is separated away. Brent is put in front of what appears to be a board of Leaders of this underground world. They ask him questions and administer pain to him telepathically. Brent is uncooperative and is afflicted pain till he tells the leaders what they want to hear. Brent insist that he take no sides with anyone. Meanwhile the apes prepare for war as they head out to the forbidden zone for domination of the territory not knowing what they are facing or fighting for. Kim Hunter and Maurise Evans Reprise their roles as Doctor's Zira and Zaius. Actor David Watson filled in admirably as Cornelius for originally cast Roddy McDowall. Very quick paced film as the two cultures meet eventually in a final confrontation for the planets dominance or total destruction. As far as sequels go, this one is necessary if you watched the first ape Movie as the story continues into this film so smoothly.
What is it about American astronauts? No sooner do they lock into some time warp than they crash their spaceship! NASA seems to have perfected time travel, but even a bumpy landing seems beyond them.
More's the pity for James Franciscus, who has lucklessly ventured after Charlton Heston from film #1 and, you guessed it, written off his vehicle. So with rescue out of the question, Franciscus follows along the same path as Heston, trapped by talking apes, nearly shot as target practice, before stumbling upon the remains of New York City. All the while he grits his teeth, flexes his impressive abdominals and does some murderously good William Shatner impressions.
Not that this second film in the cycle is without merit. Au contraire, it is, after the first, the most effective in the series and can boast some fine moments. Budget restrictions are in evidence throughout; extras wear badly fitting ape masks and the whole thing is just that little bit less polished than two years earlier. Imagination is not stinted on however. Few sequels are as honourable as this in that particular department.
But its a gloomy, depressing and confused film redeemed by some fine moments. Watch by all means, but bear in mind that the three further sequels never reached the heights of this one at its best.
This sequel to the 1968 smash, Planet of the Apes, is hokey and slapdash. The story [by Paul Dehn and Mort Abrahams] and Ted Post