Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the next installment in the Planet of the Apes prequel films, takes place 10 years since the first film Rise of the Planet of the Apes starring James Franco and John Lithgow.  Sadly, no Franco in this film except for a few second cameo, however with the tone this film sets for the franchise, it may be better that way.  This next installment stars Gary Oldman, Jason Clarke, Keri Russell, and Andy Serkis as Caeser and in the 10 years since the last, the world as we know it has changed and progressed.  ALZ-113 developed in the first film which is what gave the apes their intelligence has wiped out a majority of the world’s human population all the while the apes have flourished on their own in seclusion.  Living in peace believing that the human race has since wiped itself out, the world will change when apes and the remaining human survivors come face to face once again.

As of this moment there is no Academy Award for Motion Capture but if this film proves anything, it’s that there should certainly be one.   Andy Serkis does a PHENOMENAL job portraying the ape Caeser as does the rest of the cast who act as the remainder of the ape colony.  A job so well done in fact that within the first 10 minutes of the film you completely forget that you are watching animals that are completely CGI.  The first 30 to 40 minutes of the film have no human characters which works well for the story.  In that time, you grow to feel for the apes as you did the first one as well as everything they have built.  Once humans enter the story, the film takes a darker turn that completely sucks you in until the very end.  Keeping this as spoiler free as possible, that’s pretty much all I can say.  There is love, loss, compassion, action and war, but all in all the story and the special effects steal the show.

My review… solid 8.5 out of 10

 


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I wasn't that much of a fan of the original movie way back. But I admit that I was curious about it. So when Dawn of the Planet of The Apes came out, I watched it and I enjoyed. The same goes for this film. It was a really good movie. Andy Serkis definitely delivered as Caesar and the CGI was amazing. All in all, I have to agree with you that it is a good movie. I hope that the next installment does even better.

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12/05/2016 8:57am

I've watched the " Rise of the Planet of the Apes" way back ago, and as a young viewer back then, I was already amazed by how visually acceptable and entertaining these effects were. I never thought it would be much better this time! This new installment didn't fail. The CGI was obviously great and the viewers, including me loved it. It wouldn't be a surprise if they come up with a next installment!

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04/11/2017 8:39am

The second movie would release soon and I must say that the first one was pretty good. eight out of ten from me.

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