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

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7 May 2001 | Maurice El Darko
A perfect 10
"The best movie since Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!" This brilliant star studded masterpiece deserves no more than a perfect ten.

This story not only tells of a woman's heroing tale to of love, hope and survival, it also warns of the hazards of mixing science with nature. For when Dr. Phillip decides to turn a friendly chimpanzee into a science experiment, he gets far more than he bargained for. His subsequent disappearance leads student Jane Chase to suspect that there is more behind his seemingly harmless experiments than she first realised, and that Link is becoming more than just a friendly monkey.

Link is a brilliantly accomplished film from director Richard Franklin, best known for his work in Psycho II and The True Story of Eskimo Nell. It features an all star line up with brilliant performances by Elisabeth Shue and Terrance Stamp, not to mention great supporting roles by Steven Prinner, Richard Garnett, Kevin Loyd and Joe Belcher as the Taxi Driver.

A must see for all good movie lovers, and a well deserving 10 out of 10.

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