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RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (2011)

Director of Photography: Andrew Lesnie

Director: Rupert Wyatt

Perfect Shots

Film Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes directed by Matt Reeves (2014)

Caesar is back. This time it is the year 2018 and the ALZ-113 virus has spread across Planet Earth, wiping out most of the human population. 482 more words

Film Review

‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films’ Review

NO MONKEYING AROUND WITH THIS ARTBOOK…

Note: The following review goes into some detail about the movies. SPOILER ALERT!

It should go without saying now that the new Planet of the Apes franchise that was launched in 2011 has been soaring with flying colors critically and financially, especially when compared to the mixed reviews that Tim Burton’s attempted reboot in 2001 received. 734 more words

YouNerded Reviews

Rise of the Planet of the Apes: A Boundary-Pushing Blockbuster

My immediate impression as the credits of this film started rolling was that it was a great genre film, but it wasn’t a Planet of the Apes film. 1,934 more words

Film

El Planeta de los Simios: Confrontación (2014)

Reseña:

Los vemos en el zoológico y pensamos: “Que parecidos que somos, lo único que nos diferencia son los pulgares opuestos”. Pero no hacemos nada al respecto de su encierro, solamente los miramos y pasamos de largo. 726 more words

Drama

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy

Ten years after a deadly pandemic devastated the world population, only small factions of societies still remain. During an exploratory search for an abandoned hydroelectric dam, a group human survivors stumble upon a flourishing community of highly intelligent primates that have taken residence among the forests that now surround the decimated city of San Francisco. 782 more words

2014 Film Reviews