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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User 1 Review:
So much excellent CGI and backdrops, and many gripping scenes. Yet a movie that could have been so much more. Some of it is contrivance (the human who hates apes and always bring a gun to mess things up), some of it is cheesiness (apes seize automatic weapons and three minutes later are firing them, despite their lack of training or opposable thumbs... fortunately they're Hollywood Wonder-Guns that fire thousands of rounds without reloading. Silliness.) Or it's just the limp dialogue. Great movie to look at, but a lame plot and characters that aren't well drawn enough to care about. I give it three stars for technical excellence.
User 2 Review:
I did not expect the pleasant surprise that was Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. While opening with clichéd apocalyptic "news coverage", it does help set the tone for the seriousness of this movie. And from that point forward the CGI Apes steal the show. Andy Serkis and his fellow CGI actors really add life to these creatures, and you really grow attached to this ape colony throughout the film. It also probably helps that the apes look very realistic. The human actors though are kind of generic who become for the most part unmemorable, but not necessarily bad. But I guess what really sells me is the score composed for the film. Simple, mostly piano, but boy does it bring out the emotion needed for certain moments of the film. This is definitely, in my opinion, the best film in the entire franchise.
User 3 Review:
Riveting and beautiful, the second Planet of the Apes film ups its already good predecessor with intelligence and intimacy. This movie seems to have everything going for it: it is a technological achievement, gorgeous in every frame, smart, narratively complex (at least for a summer flick), and human. I can't believe I missed out on this franchise for so long, but I'm glad I've seen it now-and I won't soon forget it.