Rick Baker's ape suits are astonishing, and the cast of Tim Burton's "reimagining" of 1968's PLANET OF THE APES works overtime to strike a balance between a civilized demeanor and fundamentally animal behavior. Unlike the first film's stiffly upright simians, these intelligent apes have retained their animal nature: They write with their feet, bare their fangs when they're angry and drop to all fours to run. But admirable and fascinating though these efforts are, the film is sorely deficient on the story front. 2029: Hotshot pilot Leo Davidson (Mark Wahlberg) is itching to explore a spectacular space squall. When an exploratory shuttle manned by trained chimp Pericle...