Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

A group of scientists in San Francisco struggle to stay alive in the aftermath of a plague that is wiping out humanity, while Caesar tries to maintain dominance over his community of intelligent apes.

The next part of the science-fiction blockbuster Rise of the Planet of the Apes (The Uprising Of Monkey Species) - Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - are highly regarded by the viewer after being received numerous extremely positive replies from the media. Fragile peace between man and ape leader Caesar started being unstable. Both species were pushed to the edge of a war because they lost in suspicion, hatred together. Malcom';s efforts to arouse compassion and love family of monkeys to bring peace on Earth, was being prevented by his fellow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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werty y (ca) wrote: Well, Kevin was like taking his gun all around as a hero...not much of kicking-punching actions...I watched it because I like Hercules. LOL!

Your Friend G (au) wrote: While it probably appeals only to fans of the genre, American Hardcore is an interesting and informative account of a very important movement in musical history.

Johanna H (jp) wrote: Best use of a Bryan Adams song ever - worth watching for the final five minutes! Otherwise the funny parts are pretty funny, that sad parts are relatively sad, and it's a decent movie overall. One of the BEST endings ever :)

Jrgen T (de) wrote: Interesting and entertaining.

Carolyn G (nl) wrote: No matter how many times I've seen it, I'm still completely sucked in. The casting is perfect and Whoopi is especially excellent in her role as the "head" of their little family. A heartbreaking ending.

jasmin l (kr) wrote: this is such a cutee movie! and matt dillon!! aah! <33

Max M (kr) wrote: When it comes to high melodrama, no decade does it quite like the 1950's. The country was coming of age; it had been through WWII, it was in the midst of the Korean conflict, both the space race and the atomic age were set in motion, people were growing suspicious of one another thanks to McCarthyism. It would make sense that stories about the fracturing of the American family would begin to really hit home.And filmmakers like Douglas Sirk, George Stevens, Nicholas Ray, and Elia Kazan, just to name a few, were at the forefront of that style of storytelling.Vincente Minnelli was another director that was incredibly adept at visualizing that type of story. Minnelli is known mostly for his musicals, such as Meet Me in St. Louis, An American in Paris, and The Band Wagon, but his straight dramatic fare such as The Bad and the Beautiful, Two Weeks in Another Town, and Some Came Running were just as expertly crafted and equally effective.With Home From the Hill, Minnelli tackles the Southern Gothic narrative style (from a novel by William Humphrey), a story about a wealthy southeast Texas land baron (the always fantastic Robert Mitchum) and the turbulent relationship he has with his wife (Eleanor Parker) and his two sons (played by a young George Hamilton and George Peppard, both of whom give what is probably their strongest performances), one of which is illegitimate.Minnelli handles the material perfectly, never letting the drama of the situations become too overwrought. And his shot composition, aided by Milton Krasner's lush location photography (Oxford, Mississippi stands in for a small Texas/Louisiana border town) is impeccable as always, having his actors work in perfect harmony with each other much like the beautifully choreographed dance moves in his musicals.To use a well-worn, but apropos phrase, "They don't make 'em like this anymore", and that is a real shame.

Petros T (ca) wrote: Agonising from the beginning.

Zachary Y (nl) wrote: Woody's directing is visually stunning, he's at the top of his game as a director, however the subpar script with not much to say (which it still says repetitiously) and only a few laughs. The chemistry isn't quite there between the leads, who are surprisingly subpar, and Woody seems to be borrowing from past scripts here and there.

T A (fr) wrote: Not the worst movie ever, but I thought it would be better with Morgan Freeman. It was entertaining at times, but usually it was just lame. Maybe worth a rental.