Monkey habitats are a lot like todays prison systems. You have the new guy who gets beaten, guards, an exercise yard, daily meals, daily showers, the large prisoner who is always kept in isolation, males turned gay due to the non-existent account of females, a warden, visiting hours and occasional mass riots. (1) Comments
If you're infected with a deadly new virus, keep it to yourself and don't tell anyone. Don't bother trying to get help immediately and let it spread to everyone you come into contact with. (1) Comments
In the scene where his fat coworker is like "Chimps have a great immune system. I, however, am coming down with a cold" or something to that effect, my response was "That has to be the shittiest, least secure company in the world. No one should trust that company with anything that can't be seen by the naked eye."
If you were a super-intelligent ape, you'd want to so desperately live in a forest without fruit trees or any other type of food substance that not only would you cross the heavily-trafficked Golden Gate Bridge to get there, but you'd apparently pass right through tree-laden Golden Gate Park, possibly through tree-laden Lincoln Park and finally through the tree-laden Presidio, not to mention the gargantuan tree-laden foothills of the San Francisco Fish and Game Refuge bordering San Bruno WHERE THE PRIMATE SHELTER WAS LOCATED! (1) Comments
Escaping a prison is best done at night, when nobody can see you. But escaping over the most famous bridge in the world should be done during the day, when there are lots of people crossing it. (0) Comments
You may have been perfectly in love for five years, but that doesn't mean you should ask your girlfriend to marry you... or to ever tell her the super-genius chimpanzee upstairs was a science experiment whose mother went on a violent spree in yet another form of that same experiment! (0) Comments
Apes will eventually "evolve" from wanting to live in the forest to living back in the buildings of their captors, including government buildings (a la Burton's movie)... so apparently the smart drug wears off for them too? (0) Comments