If Disney’s 1979 “science fiction” movie, The Black Hole, were any stupider, it would collapse in on itself and the take the entire universe with it.
If there’s one good thing to be said about Battle For The Planet of The Apes—and there is indeed only one—it’s that the previous three movies in the series are retrospectively brilliant in comparison.
We last left the apes wondering if Zira and Cornelius’s baby would grow up and spawn a race of super-intelligent apes that would one day take over the world. WRONG! Well, sort of.
Ape madness continues with a movie you will hardly credit existing, even if, like me, you watched it last night.