Planet Of The Apes Comparison

1302 Words 6 Pages
Monsters are typically things people tend to be scared or afraid of. The monsters I chose are chimpanzees in the movies, “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” and “King Kong”. They are chimpanzees in both movies and eventually grew to actual apes. The movies both had a relationship bond between an animal and a human. The humans did not feel how the animals felt at first, but soon felt the same way. In the movie “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” a chimpanzee was raised by a human and grew attached to human related things. Which also made him think he was a human, until he was a testing sample cure for the Alzheimer’s disease. In the “King Kong” movie a group along with a filmmaker traveled to an island, and ran into trouble with some natives. The ape was a hero to some of the group and while trying to help save them he fell in love with a woman. The apes in both movies got close to the humans during a short time period. In the movie “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” was released August 5,2011. The movie was based off of a chimpanzee and human bond. The chimpanzee …show more content…
The movie was released on December 14, 2005. It is a movie where an actress Ann lost her job and was soon hired by a troubled film maker name Jack. They decided to travel to a mysterious Island along with some other friends and crew members. One of the friends felt they were going to get into trouble going to the Skull Island. They went to the island to get some film and were attacked by mad natives. Some in the group were killed by the natives. Ann was rescued by an Ape who was known to the natives as “Kong”, very strong and mad. Carl notice that Ann was kidnapped by the natives when he got to the ship. Ann found a way for Kong to calm down and for him to fall in love with her. Ann was given to the Kong as a sacrifice from the natives. Kong gets madly upset and rowdy, when he seen that Carl and the crew had captured Ann back

Related Documents