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The Planet of the Apes films had always been political, but with Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, things got angry. And it was awesome.
The Planet of the Apes series takes an angry turn in the fourth entry, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes.
An allegorical fable of fascism and slavery, CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES is the best of the four sequels in the hugely successful APES series, as well as being the darkest and most violent.
It's not bad, as apes and 20th Century-Fox go, at least hand in hand.
Wringing the last drops out of the idea, it strains to stay on-side, but it remains true enough to the spirit of the series to get it over the line.
Time Out London
Dismally lurid stuff, ham-fistedly directed and low on credibility.

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