Posted March 10, 2019 10:51:24A few years ago, I watched Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, an early 2000s remake of the 1966 original.
The film was a little on the nose, but it was worth the wait, and in this year’s crop of sequels, it was a pretty great flick.
Dawn of the World was directed by Tim Burton, and stars a cast of some of the most famous actors and actresses of the ’70s, including Angela Bassett, Charlize Theron, and Charlize Day.
The story takes place on a futuristic Earth, and the plot revolves around a sentient plant called “The Planet,” which is the living embodiment of a virus.
In order to survive, The Planet needs to grow, and The Scientist (played by the late Charlize Keaton) takes on the task of growing the plant to harvest its seed.
I had never seen a movie that explored the topic of plant domestication before, but when the film came out, I was blown away.
If you haven’t seen it yet, I strongly recommend it.
As far as I can tell, the plot was pretty much set up from the start, but the final product was very different.
For starters, we get a completely different look at The Scientist.
The Planet itself is a green, fungus-like thing, and while The Scientist doesn’t have a name, he has a number of aliases.
It’s a plant, but a sentient one.
I had never really heard of a plant that was sentient before.
It’s kind of like how a spider is more like a plant than a human being.
He’s a human, after all, so the idea of him living on a planet with a sentient planet in the sky seemed a bit weird to me.
But I was fascinated by the idea that he’s also a sentient species, which seems to fit with the idea he’s in a symbiotic relationship with the plant.
It was fascinating to watch him evolve as a plant as well, as his abilities to grow and communicate with the plants made him a fascinating character.
I was especially fascinated by his abilities with his hands, which is something that’s only been shown in the original film.
When The Scientist learns that the Planet is dying, he tries to save it by planting the seed.
This doesn’t work, and eventually the Plant is eaten by a giant, green ape that has been feeding off the seeds.
The ape is the real villain of the movie, as he takes his own life.
But it’s The Planet that’s actually in danger.
And The Planet is going to be eaten.
There’s a lot going on in the movie that’s really hard to pick out in a short list of plot points, but I do want to mention that a few of the themes of the story were pretty interesting, especially when it came to how we treat plants in the real world.
Plants are just animals, and humans are just people.
It makes sense to try to do things for them that we can’t do for ourselves.
And The Planet isn’t the only one that’s threatened.
A man is found in the middle of the jungle who’s been captured by a bunch of other apes.
They’re all trying to eat him.
The man tells the ape that he’ll eat the Planet, and he doesn’t understand why.
But the ape decides to save him, because he’s just like him, and they’ll get to eat each other too.
You don’t just have to look at the movie to understand that there are some real issues with how we look at plants.
While we’ve been trying to look past the obvious, I’m a little bit concerned that there’s still a lot of ignorance out there about plants and the way we treat them.
One thing that’s been really hard for me to see is how many people I’ve met who have no idea that there is a real difference between a plant and a human.
I have met a few people who have grown up with no idea about plants at all, and I’ve also met people who’ve never even seen the movie.
They might have seen it, but they’ve never had a chance to think about it, and there’s just a very real fear of them.
There’s also the fear of the plant itself.
When you think about plants in nature, they’re a bunch a flowers and leaves and leaves, and then they’re also part of a flower.
That’s what plants are.
They’re a very important part of the ecosystem.
We have a lot more of them now than we used to, and plants are a huge part of what we see on the ground in the wild.
The fact that they