War for the Planet of the Apes
Action Adventure Drama Sci-Fi Thriller
War for the Planet of the Apes
Caesar and his apes are forced into a deadly conflict with an army of humans led by a ruthless Colonel. After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind. As the journey finally brings them face to face, Caesar and the Colonel are pitted against each other in an epic battle that will determine the fate of both their species and the future of the planet.
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Does not live up to expectations or even its title
I can't even describe this movie. I can't even give you an idea about
what it is about. But there are two things that I can tell you. First,
it's epic. Simply epic. Every moment, every scene, every second of it.
And the second thing is that this "Planet of Apes" reboot trilogy is
one of cinema's best and most iconic trilogies of all time. Well, there
have been talks about a fourth film but I believe this is the perfect
conclusion to Caesar's story.Speaking of Caesar, this movie basically reminds you how awesome this
character is. And how... real he is. Andy Serkis gives his all to this
character in what may be a career-defining performance. I mean, give
this man an Oscar already.It's filled with emotion and twists and epicness and it's just simply
beautiful and flawless and everything I wanted it to be. I'm proud for
these Apes. I really am. This movie deserves to be seen as does the
whole trilogy. Don't wait any longer. "War" is an absolute masterpiece
and one of the year's best movies so far and I would love to see it
being an awards contender too.
Could be the perfect live action trilogy......
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Spectacular finale to a fantastic series!
This movie began with so much promise, however sadly by the end I felt
like asking for a refund. The visuals and cinematography were incredible, no doubting that. What
angered me is the story-line and in particular the false title, "War
for the Planet of the Apes". This movie does nothing to deserve the
title and feels like the writers could not think of a story-line that
had the apes winning while also remaining the heroes (i.e. without
killing all humans).The so-called war involves a brief skirmish in the woods between apes
and humans, followed by two hours of build up to a 10 minute battle
between humans and humans. Whenever the movie gave us a hint of the
battle, with admittedly epic scenes which reminded me of a modern take
on the opening of Gladiator, the director cut away to Caesar skulking
around, Woody Harrelson doing his best zombie impression, or the apes
hiding behind rocks. And this "battle" is ended by a single grenade
destroying one human army, and a ridiculous avalanche destroying the
other. Yes I accept that the avalanche may represent Mother Nature destroying
the humans, but why in gods name was the story-line not about apes
fighting a war against humans?This is my main issue with the movie, and I won't even go into the
farcically drawn out season of Prison Break lumped into the movie for
no apparent reason. We wanted apes fighting humans. We got humans fighting humans, apes in
prison, and apes getting a lucky break.
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Rise, Dawn and now a triumph with 'War'!
I am a biased lover of 'Planet of the Apes'... Take these words with
that it mind!This is without doubt, the best 'trilogy' of the 21st Century!From the opening scene, leading from a recap of past films in an
imaginative and flowing manner, you are led back into this beloved new
world along side friend or foe?! The ensuing drama that you are then
taken along with, is breathtaking, shocking, brutal and Brave! Andy Serkis and the other Actors who have mastered this unbelievable
technology are magnificent, the Visuals are stunning, the shocks are
unbearable, gripping and wonderfully woven into the faultless story,
that grabs you, holds you and then breaks you over and over again! Naivety aside, I understand a few issues may arise, such as 'Bad Ape',
the Music being a little obvious, the Little girls reactions to a
couple of dramatic scenes, however none are big enough to spoil in any
way a quite remarkable end to a series that has become a huge hit.
Ignore those reviews that typically focus on such minor detail.So, go back and watch the Rise and Dawn of the Apes if you haven't
already done so; Grab snacks and drinks, Book the film in 3D, "Shut off
from the outside world" as 'VUE' states and witness a Masterpiece.