Articles about Escape from the Planet of the Apes

Time After Time
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A @liberance look at time travel as a plot device, and which movies it actually works well in (via @slashfilm)
Added by on 11/6/12
A Brief History of Time Travel (in Movies)
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From Men In Black III to Back to the Future to Planet of the Apes, films that voyage through the ages face internal consistency problems—and tap into the human desire to change fate.
Added by on 5/25/12
And Now Presenting Leprachauns in Space!
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A compilation of film franchises that go in completely unpredictable directions.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 8/16/11
All These Goddamn Apes
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Nerd alert: An @io9 graphic timeline of the 40-year-old franchise "Planet of the Apes," with all spinoffs included
Source: io9.com
Added by on 8/4/11
Apes From the Future, Holding a Mirror to Today
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The evolution of species takes place over millenniums. Pop-culture franchises just don't have that kind of time. Rupert Wyatt's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," is the seventh film about Apes and the first in 10 years. A look at the history of Ape movies here
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/27/11
Time After Time
Interesting
A @liberance look at time travel as a plot device, and which movies it actually works well in (via @slashfilm)
Added by on 11/6/12
A Brief History of Time Travel (in Movies)
Interesting
From Men In Black III to Back to the Future to Planet of the Apes, films that voyage through the ages face internal consistency problems—and tap into the human desire to change fate.
Added by on 5/25/12
And Now Presenting Leprachauns in Space!
Interesting
A compilation of film franchises that go in completely unpredictable directions.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 8/16/11
All These Goddamn Apes
Interesting
Nerd alert: An @io9 graphic timeline of the 40-year-old franchise "Planet of the Apes," with all spinoffs included
Source: io9.com
Added by on 8/4/11
Apes From the Future, Holding a Mirror to Today
Interesting
The evolution of species takes place over millenniums. Pop-culture franchises just don't have that kind of time. Rupert Wyatt's "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," is the seventh film about Apes and the first in 10 years. A look at the history of Ape movies here
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 7/27/11