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After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind.
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original title: War for the Planet of the Apes
duration: 2h 20min
tags: For freedom. For family. For the planet.
keywords: ape, planetoftheapes, slavelabour, battle, journey, thirdpart, futurewar, blondegirl, mutation, speciesextinction, globalextinction, postapocalypse, fallingfromheight, americanflag, lossofwife, virus,
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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.
After being constantly attacked by the humans, despite asking for peace, Caesar and the Apes decide to find a new home safe from the humans. But after the tragic deaths of the most recent attack form the humans, Caeser embarks on a mission to kill the ruthless human Colonel.
Having watched all of the "Planet of the Apes" movies, both the old classics and the newer additions to the franchise, then of course I also had to watch "War of the Planet of the Apes", despite its ridiculous title.
"War of the Planet of the Apes" is a very nice continuation of the storyline. Actually, it serves well enough to even be a stand-alone movie, although a lot of information is missing out if you haven't seen the other movies.
The movie starts out in a fairly good pace, and it never really slows down, so once you strap yourself into your seat, just hang on and enjoy the ride.
The movie has great CGI and special effects, of course. It is primed with lots of action and nicely executed action sequences. But it is not just the action that carries the movie, it is also the character progression and the storyline, which both actually play very big parts in this movie.
"War of the Planet of the Apes" had good acting performances from a pretty interesting cast, with the likes of Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and many others.
If you enjoyed the franchise thus far, then it would be a shame to miss out on the 2017 "War of the Planet of the Apes".
The final chapter of Caesar's trilogy was an amazing end to his story, the cinematography, character development and the brilliance in the technology that brings the apes to life were all highlights of the film but I would like to go into more depth on the specifics that made War such an amazing film despite not actually being so 'war' centric, no it delivered something even better. Because it did not focus on big battle sequences it actually focuses heavily on the carnage and horrors of war and like all ape movies it provokes thought on humanity and provides a reflective viewpoint on humanity. This is such a great move even though it catches audiences off because it reminds us of the true cost of war, unlike movies that depict war this one does not glorify it at all.
So the opening scene was one of the greatest scenes I have ever seen, the music was on point and the intensity of the moment was done so well, it was really cool also to see the 'Koba supporter apes', the 'Donkey's' alongside the humans in all of the military gear. Then the scene at the ape's waterfall hideout in which Woody Harrelson's character the colonel kills Caesar's wife and son Blue eyes, who has just returned with news of a 'promised land' in which the apes could be safe was done very well as well. The raw emotion and hate from Caesar is introduced here as he immediately jumps into the fall in an attempt to take down the colonel, a theme that would be featured throughout the entirety of the film.
So essentially Caesar then breaks off with the main group of apes with a few of his Lieutenants on a vengeful warpath to take down the colonel, his whole character arc was just developed so beautifully as he conflicts with hate and forgiveness. Which actually is a very tough position that we have never seen Caesar in, we see him slowly consumed by his hatred as he attempts to hunt the colonel down which eventually leads to his downfall and abandonment of what had mattered to him most, his apes, his family.
On his path of revenge the group also runs into two very important and interesting characters, 'Bad ape' who acts as a comedic relief that I thought worked well and adds a hint of joy and innocence in an otherwise completely brutal and graphic film. And Nova, the little girl who acts as both a reminder to Caesar of the good in humanity and the lost of his child. Nova also helps to explain why the humans in the original films were primitive and unable to speak, really connecting the dots and bridging the rebooted franchise with the original. A moment that was extremely emotional and impactful also comes from her interactions with Luca the big, intimidating gorilla in a moment of tenderness and innocent bond. So in that scene Luca sees Nova looking up at these cherry blossoms and walks up to he, he looked intimidating but he goes and plucks a flower and places it behind Nova's ear. Later when Luca is mortally wounded trying to save Caesar, Nova pushes through the other apes and just begins to cry as she removes the flower and places it behind Luca's ear as Luca passes with a smile on his face. Moments like this just goes to highlight the humanity and pureness in a setting of war and brutality.
Later on in the military encampment there were scenes of slavery and brutality and ultimately ended as the apes discover a way out and attempts to escape the camp, Caesar unable to put down his hate realizes that he is in fact just like Koba and once again leaves the apes in an attempt to take down the colonel, however the shocking revelation as he breaks into the colonel's room is that the colonel who was in contact with Nova's doll has been infected by the mutated ALZ-113 virus and in a twist of poetic justice had blood streaking out of his nostrils and was struggling to speak, seeing this Caesar gives up on his hate and leaves the colonel to commit suicide. Caesar then dashes out with a handful of grenades in an attempt to blow up the encampment as an army of humans opposing the colonel's ways marches on, as he is about to fling the grenades onto an oil tankard a soldier shoots him, the one who Caeser releases in the beginning of the film out of mercy, as the soldier was about to deal the fatal blow, the 'donkey' ape who has been helping the humans just blows up the soldier in one amazing shot and immediately another soldier pulls out a pistol and blasts his head off, so Caeser flings the grenades, everything blows up and he runs to join his apes, just as he rejoins them an avalanche rolls in and in the end wipes out all the humans.
Finally Caesar and the surviving apes move to the 'promised land' and Caesar's saga completes as he watches his smallest son playing in the grasses with Nova and passes away with his loyal friend Maurice still by his side.
War for the planet of the apes truly elevates the story of Caesar, it provokes thoughts on war, hatred, races