Koko The Gorilla Reviews 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

Everyone who's anyone has already offered their two cents on the latest installment of “Star Wars.” Now, even a talking gorilla has a review about the box office juggernaut.

Koko the gorilla is famous for being able to communicate with humans via American Sign Language and has an adorable fondness for kittens.

On another YouTube video, she was asked a question about man and the environment, which she poignantly answered with a message for the delegates of the COP21 Climate Conference.

Apparently she also has a few words to share about the “Star Wars” Prequels and J.J. Abram's work on “The Force Awaken”

“Man Koko love,” she first signs to ensure viewers that she has no ill-will towards humans.

But when asked about the Prequels, she simply had one word to say.


Many fans would tend to agree with this wise ape. But what about “The Force Awakens?” Surely the record number of people who have gone to see it in the theaters prove that it's a much better film, yes?

What does Koko think? Did J.J. Abrams get it right?

“Man Koko love,” Koko repeats as her sign of approval.

Check out the video below.

Although it would be truly interesting to see what Koko really would have thought of the “Star Wars” movies, the video is actually a Gawker-edit of the original climate change. The original video was created for La Voir de la Nature (Nature See You), a french petition site calling for support to make biodiversity preservation a priority at the climate summit.

Here is the actual video with Koko sharing her thoughts about what man should do about climate change.

She may not be reviewing movies just yet, but the incredibly wise Koko certainly has a message that deserves to be heard.

And we love you too, Koko.

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