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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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Actor(s) Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Andy Serkis
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A growing nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar is threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus unleashed a decade earlier. They reach a fragile peace, but it proves short-lived, as both sides are brought to the brink of a war that will determine who will emerge as Earth's dominant species.

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Language English
Publication Date January 20, 2015
Format DVD
DVD Regions Japan, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East, including Egypt
Genre Drama, action
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Andy Serkis
Director(s) Matt Reeves
No of Discs 1
Runtime 115 minutes
Studio FOX

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  1.  Apes Vs Humans: Who is right and Whose Extinction? 6 October, 2014 On
    Directed by Matt Reeves, Produced By Peter Chernin/Rick Jaffa/Dylan Clark/Amanda Silver, Music By Michael Giacchino, Cinematography By Michael Siresin, Distributed by 20th Century Fox
    Starring Andy Serkis (as Caesar), Toby Kebbel (as Koba), Jason Clarke (as Malcolm), Keri Russel (as Kelli, Malcolm’s wife)

    Storyline: Caesar, the leader of the Ape population living in Muir Woods, away from the virus destroyed human world, comes across Malcolm, his wife and son who come into the woods to restore an old hydroelectric power house for electricity, in order to save the remaining human population living in a secluded place in a city faraway.
    Though Caesar doesn’t like it first, he agrees to allow them into their world, provided the humans do not encroach into their territory. Koba, the second in command of the Apes, does not like this deal. Koba, in vengeance, tactfully destroys the living quarters of the Apes, shoots Caesar and makes them believe that it is the deliberate act of the humans. Thus a war is waged against the humans by the Apes in the city, under the forced leadership of Koba. Later, Malcolm discovers the wounded Caesar in the jungle and treats him medically to bring him back to normalcy. Caesar along with his son and loyal apes, encounter Koba in the battle and kill him in a hand to hand combat. The Apes, delighted to see their beloved leader back, stop the battle. But, the humans already make their arrangements to defend themselves by calling for military help from somewhere else. The movie ends with Caesar recognizing the impending danger and asking Malcom and his family to leave, so that he and his remaining army would fight the humans on his own as it was the Apes who started the war.

    Pros: One of the best screenplay and cinematography ever filmed and viewed off late. Sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, with the same taste of pure entertainment. The jungle atmosphere and the Ape costumes were so real that one would have the feeling of being amidst the Apes as long as the show is on. A very sentimental story, that really connected to the audience of the entire world. The entire movie was based on the Apes’ point of view. One would really feel how wrong humans can sometimes be in their decisions. A must watch and definitely a product that deserves to be in your video library. Do not forget to watch this lovely visual treat in a 5.1 surround audio system on big screen.

    Cons: The emotions and intelligence of Apes was shown on par with the humans, which in real might not be true. The true inherent animal instinct is visible only in Koba but not in any of the other Ape population, which again cannot be true. A little over kindness displayed in Caesar, which I feel is the result of destruction of his entire race.

    My rating is 4.5 out of 5
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  2.  Worth Watching for Planet of the Apes Sequels Fan!! 12 August, 2014 On
    DVD quality is very good.
    Matt Reeves has done wonderful job making the movie.
    This is continuation of the sequel from Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Plot builds up when Apes have their own territory . Relationship between Humans and Apes is shown quite vividly. Caesar and Koba are also present from the proir sequel along with few other apes that form the Army. Rest Deatils would be interesting when you watch for yourself from the DVD,eating pop-corn at home with your Loved ones.
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