Link (1986)

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When a Jane Chase, a young zoology student, is invited to assist anthropologist Steven Phillips with his experiments involving chimpanzees, mysterious events occur that all center around Phillip's super intelligent simian servant, Link.

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  • Terence Stamp and Jed the Chimpanzee in Link (1986)
  • Locke the Orangutan in Link (1986)
  • Elisabeth Shue in Link (1986)
  • Elisabeth Shue and Locke the Orangutan in Link (1986)
  • Elisabeth Shue and Terence Stamp in Link (1986)
  • Locke the Orangutan in Link (1986)

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16 July 1999 | Tito-8
5
| The chimps are too good to be in this movie
This movie started off very well, and I was beginning to think that I had stumbled across a pleasant surprise. Unfortunately, things weren't nearly as interesting in the second half, and so I can't quite recommend this one. The best scenes are when the chimps are displaying their remarkable talents. In fact, the pleasure of watching the chimpanzees is almost enough to make up for the otherwise mediocre story. The novelty does wear off, though, and the film suffers badly as a result. Shue and Stamp are both effective, but the script simply runs out of steam in the second half. Watch only if you love chimps.

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