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The $100 million remake of one of the greatest sci-fi classics of all time is not to be missed

The $100 million remake of one of the greatest sci-fi classics of all time is not to be missed

Trailer for the 2001 movie Planet of the Apes. – 20th Century Fox

In 2001, Tim Burton dared to remake one of the greatest science fiction classics and he did it brilliantly! If you're one of the few people who haven't seen this $100 million extravaganza, you can catch up very easily because this masterpiece is available for streaming.

with Planet of the Apes, based on the novel of the same name by Pierre Boulle, director Franklin J. Schaffner has created one of the greatest and most important science fiction classics. The mixture of adventure cinema and intelligent, pessimistic criticism of civilisation, underpinned by satirical overtones, still works remarkably well more than 55 years later.

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In 2001, a new edition of Planet of the Apes, directed by Tim Burton, was also a huge success. Of course, nothing compares to the original, but the director's brilliant work comes close. If you haven't seen the movie yet and want to make up your mind, you can watch it on Disney+!.

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