The apes led by Caesar (Andy Serkis) will be forced to stage a life and death battle with the brutal human army led by Colonel (Woody Harrison). The ape tribe suffered an unprecedented hit in the battle, which inspired the dark side of Caesar’s heart, and a fire of revenge ignited in his heart. In the end, Caesar and Colonel face to face an ultimate battle concerning the destiny of the apes and humans.
The third in the new arrangement of highlights got from Planet of the Apes, War for the Planet of the Apes is surprisingly overcome for a megabudget “establishment” excitement. Chief Matt Reeves (who co-composed the screenplay with Mark Bomback) has made a distressing, vigorously subtle adventure of rotten dominion, and in letting it know from the perspective of the splendid primate pioneer Caesar (a PC upgraded Andy Serkis), he has made people insane and primates (gorillas, orangutans, chimpanzees), for absence of a superior word, humanistic. The exchange is generally extra — two chimps can talk, however the rest convey through gesture based communication — and Reeves holds his shots quite a while to partner his saints with the great normal scene (and perhaps to flaunt the amazing gorillas). The film doesn’t meet up, however. It’s not particularly including, not to mention fun.
|War for the Planet of the Apes |
Also known as: 猩球崛起3：终极之战
Genre: Action, Adventure
Director: Matt Reeves
Release: 10 July 2017
Starring: Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn