War for the Planet of the Apes
USA, New Zealand, Canada
Drama, Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
Matt Reeves
Andy Serkis as Caesar
Terry Notary as Rocket
Sara Canning as Lake
Devyn Dalton as Cornelius
Gabriel Chavarria as Preacher
Karin Konoval as Maurice
Aleks Paunovic as Winter
Toby Kebbell as Koba
Judy Greer as Cornelia
Steve Zahn as Bad Ape
Ty Olsson as Red Donkey
Woody Harrelson as The Colonel
Storyline: 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.
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Reviews divided between racist eggheads and intelligent people
I was pleasantly surprised by War for the Planet of the Apes. The plot,character development and script are impressive. The acting by everyone but Woody is stellar.Woody's acting left something to be desired,hence the 8 stars instead of ten.I thought Woody phoned it in and I KNOW he could do better. The story continues the saga of Caesar and his followers and friends on their mission to ensure their survival.I understand why racists and egghead Trump voters would hate this movie but its too bad for them.This third installment of the Planet of the Apes left the second installment in the dust.It's a near masterpiece.
Drivel, Nonsense and utter Garbage.
Shocking. Absolutely shocking.

It's rare that I've actually wanted to leave a film before it ends. The writers tried to pull the wool over our eyes and recycle scenes from multiple classics such as Schindler's List, Lord of the Rings and Arrival staring Jeremy Renner.

Every emotional scene with that annoying piano score made me want to gouge my eyes out. In comparison, the masterful aerial shots of Denis Villeneuve's 2016 blockbuster Arrival were mesmerising and visually rich.

1 out of 10 (And that's generous).

Funky Monkey Business
The only thing i liked about the flick is some of the photo-jazz. Interesting how some reviewers like to critique other reviewers. I supposed that's natural. Funny, how the one reviewer said he was a coward for not leaving the theater halfway through and weeps for cinema. I get that. Another said the new SpiderMan was trash and can't understand people liking Spiderman and disliking this show. For me, each was junky bunky but for different reasons. The writing and plot were bad but this Planet of the Apes is just old and poor stuff. The first one was enough. Trying to anthropomorphize apes and God and anything else we can think of gets old. Being talked down to by Hollywood gets old with their main purpose, still, money. One monkey has 'stunted jabber' like Hollywood put in the mouths of early cowboy Indian movies, the Zoo Monkey. And, Ceasar is an articulate son of a gun who can communicate with words to all other lesser types who know sign language. Somehow, those not knowing how to speak with voice understand 'voice'. They all utter and it's all utter nonsense. Wishful thinking and humans grappling for some delusional empathy bounces all through the film. There's a phony short of the mark 'empathy' which the movie makers try to be getting at. I saw a little film called 'DOG'S PURPOSE' which was so superior to this film while delivering such a more powerful , empathetic and real interpretation of the whole human vs animal trip. The one ape wondering why pictures were so small when looking through the binoculars was an attempt at humor but was just stupid. That , alone , ought to get one to walk out of a theater. To each their own. I think children, little kids could get something from this flick but just a turn off for me at 74.I wonder if i went out on a date with someone and i hated this show and they loved it would we have much in common? I don't know. Sensibilities are so complex and i don't think reactions and sympathies can be easily measured. I don't understand how anyone can really like this junk with the same vigor someone who loves this show can't understand why i think it's monkey junk. So be it. We can find common ground elsewhere get differing things out of different things. This movie didn't do a thing for me no feeling, no humor nothing interesting going on. The only guy i much like is the dude who was shot dead when he said he was going to put the wood down. Some guy wants to surrender and Caesar shoots him dead. Then, Ceaser shoots a suffering deaf mute. Give me a break!
beautifully filmed non-existent plot and unrelatable characters plus a bunch of nonsense
I enjoyed the first few minutes of fighting in the forest and the rest of the movie is just insufferable. Nothing makes much sense and the pacing is so slow that I almost dosed off for a while. The good cinematography and CGI does not make up for the lack of a decent plot and forced character build-up.

One example is that the little girl did not give a sh*t when she discovered that her father (who supposedly risked everything escaping from the military to protect and care for her) had been killed by the apes but later was clearly moved to tears by the death of one of apes who's been round and for a few days and gave her a flower one time (maybe daddy just never put flowers in her hair and that's like her thing?). I guess the writers' reasoning is that Caesar and the apes are the good guys, and the girl's father tried to kill them, so he must be a bad guy, so no sympathy for him, oh no no no, not even from his own daughter, who needs to be on the good side later, because plots! So you can see how this kind of character development successfully makes me unable to empathize with any of the characters in this movie (to be honest, I did feel for the girl's dad, poor guy).

Perhaps the most irritating thing is the messy way the apes communicate with each other. While most of them seem to be fluent with sign languages and occasional 'O-O-' noise that makes them 'apish', Caesar and a few other main characters can also speak some English with broken grammar. Sometimes Caesar speaks English to apes that only do signs and they seem to understand it (then why don't they just speak English themselves or why don't Caesar just use sign language which others are more comfortable with?). I know these things are there to make the movie more 'realistic' but they don't work and only add to more confusion and unnecessary suffering for the audience. Sometimes other apes sign to Caesar behind his back and he totally gets it without even looking at them! This kind of mixing up nonsensical things just makes my OCD explode, not to mention 90% of the movie is listening to this slow and boring enunciation of infantile broken English or reading subtitles.

I can go on, but I don't want to. I wish I had the courage to walk out of the theater half way through the movie but I was a coward and instead I weep for the future of cinema.
Slow, long, boring
The apes are well done but somehow elicit less empathy than Disney animated characters. Scenes that are supposedly moving or sad drag on and on. Some fight scenes are good but when monkeys got hit, somehow I felt no pang. CGI is impressive but I don't go to the movies for that and I still don't know what it was about apart from references to the story of Moses and hints to the holocaust. A mess.
Communist Propaganda, Pure and simple
Just a bad movie, overall. The apes have human intelligence, but still basically live like tribesmen. Caesar and the apes allied with some humans, but they're mysteriously long gone and haven't learned a thing from them, apparently. There's a message throughout the entire film that the apes are being oppressed, Caesar is a saint, almost like Nelson Mandela or something.

The director really tried to send a blunt message in one scene with a cross hanging behind Woody Harrelson's character in his bedroom during an interrogation of Caesar. To me, the anti-Christian message was loud and clear. It was no coincidence at all. I was thoroughly disgusted by that.

The Deux Ex Machina at the end was the last straw. It was the final confirmation of how terrible this movie was. What a shame.
disastrous finale
After the first 2 movies expectations were high, unfortunately this weak sadly non story episode is beyond the pale.

There is no engagement with the characters, no real plot, no good guy in the human side, no mitigation of characters.

Basically apes are good attacked and abused by warlike humans and eventually escape and make good. That's it. Throw in a bunch of illogical mumbo jumbo about the virus and motives (if any) amongst the bad guys and away they go.

What a crock......
just trying to keep selling the brand
i enjoyed the previous movies that this one precedes.

but the writers have failed so hard in continuing the story. What is this about now?exodus of the apes like the Israelite from Egypt? a faction of the army that looks like skin heads?what are they trying to tell?the apes are the jews during holocaust?

the writers tried too hard on making this movie more "thought provoking" by selling us the cheap sentimental over-told horrible humans' history as mentioned that it lost its identity, this is supposed to be a fictional movie about factions of apes and humans that clashed not the ape's gulag or the ape version of sophie's choice.

I really hope the don't make a next one.
I am a big fan of all planet of the apes movies and the premises and the idea, i find it original and unique, this one was a disappointment , Caesar personality evolved but not enough, even after the death of his sun, the Koba disorder showed up early, the movie was stretched and the script was simple lacks drama and apes are emotionally distant, the masses of apes increase and decrease from shot to shot, the villain was not original a Negan walking dead kinda guy, cruel on humans and not the guy who is desperately fighting for his home and planet , no motives.... we've been waiting for this war for a long time and it ended very quickly, and the apes did not participate, also we should not be able to pick sides we were supposed to watch a war between two species with two respected convincing generals and leadership, i think it could've been two parts for the war for the planet of the apes. or apes will gather after escaping and with a last heroic leadership of Caesar gathering up the apes to a final battle out of self defense when the rest of the army dressed in white, the one who's survived the snowstorm and their respected convincing loved general are marching up the hills to finish the apes in a last stand for humanity, Caesar dies at the end of the battle , after securing the planet for the apes with a final deed in front of all apes for example blowing something again or killing the general and make the humans surrender or anything to become the legendary ape who's loved and respect by the apes in the classic movies. at the end there were no war, i can go on and on about this failure but simply mother nature and a dictator gave the planet to apes, The Giving of the Planet to the Apes, Starring Humans, Nature.
Stunning visuals, stupid movie
Visuals are absolutely stunning. Period. I can't write too much about it because the movie looks great!

Too bad that the story is stunningly stupid, though. I am a big fan of the first two parts of this sequel and I had high expectations against the final episode as well.

Without going into all the details you will face: - Ceasar who's unable to understand the concept of war - a little girl who became instant friends of the apes, no matter that she was probably raised to hate/fear the apes and the monkeys just killed his father 5 minutes ago - a supposedly high security military camp where this girl could just walk in without anybody seeing her - a supposedly high security military camp which has unguarded, not exploded pipelines underneath where anybody can simply walk in - a supposedly high security military camp with ground thick as 10in so anybody can just dig up from underneath - evil Colonel building a completely useless wall - Jar Jar Binks of the apes. Thats on its own deserves a face punch! - a train wagon full of gasoline capable to destroy the entire military base. - Ridiculous distances traveled in minutes (from sunny, probably warm beach to snowstorm) - Ceasar got an arrow shot in the final battle. Then he travels with his tribe thru deserts and lands which should take at least a year. Once they arrived to a lake they will call "home", Ceasar dies from the bleeding arrow shot... stupid! That would have killed him in days if not hours.

and so on, and so on.

These "little" things completely ruined the movie for me and I only stayed because my girlfriend refused to walk out. At the end she admitted that it was a mistake.
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