Scientist Will Rodman is determined to find a cure for Alzheimer's, the disease which has slowly consumed his father Charles. Will feels certain he is close to a breakthrough and tests his latest serum on apes, noticing dramatic increases in intelligence and brain activity in the primate subjects... Especially Caesar, his pet chimpanzee.
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Hollywood seems to think that a sequel (or any movie for that matter) with digital animation is a slam dunk. This one is an air ball.
Nothing new here; affectionate humans, cute baby ape, sinister adults, apes revolt, ending is rather laughable. This repetitive plot has zero imagination.
Based on the action at the end, the ending makes one wonder....Oh, I get it.... a SEQUEL. This movie (regardless of the hype) is a total waste of time.
I didn't really expect much from this movie, as I found none of the "Planet of the Apes" movies really lived up to the original. However I was pleasantly surprised. The story line was very good, and the special effects were amazing. James Franco was completely the star of the show, and Andy Serkis (the ape) did a truly truly magnificent job.
I would suggest you see the original before watching this film, or you may not get some of the links.
Overall a very well done movie.
Hello Everybody, Id like to say that I loved this movie. When I go to the theater's I don't like to read reviews and hear what people have to say. I like to have my opinion first before I hear everyone else's so I have nothing to expect.
This movie was fantastic. Through the hole thing I felt like it was building up to something great, then it was the end. Great movie, great ending with a cliffhanger that leaves this movies questions answered, but leaves it so that clearly, there will be a sequel.