War for the Planet of the Apes

7.7 IMDb
10 July 2017 Release
$ 150 000 000 Budget
140 min Duration
Genres:Action, Adventure, Drama
Year:2017
Countries:USA, Canada, New Zealand
Director:Matt Reeves
Writers:Mark Bomback, Matt Reeves
5 Votes
60%

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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.

Movie Comments

  1. eyeintrees, 1 month ago
    You know, the first movies were fantastic. This onE is just ORDINARY but worse, clichéd ordinary!!! Actually, I'll call this movie bad mediocre.

    You keep hoping for the first one and a quarter hours that something special will reveal itself but don't worry, it won't, you can rest assured that if you find yourself yawning, scratching, hoping it will end soon, that it won't do that either... it just goes on and on and on in dark, broody, miserable, depressing, nothingness with a bad dialogue to match.

    And the thing about the little girl... the apes kill her father but that doesn't seem to sink in... actually, this movie is just plain stupid, filled with silly blunders and ordinary acting. How the heck, after the brilliance of the other movies, did they get this one so wrong? And there's no war. Just a dark, broody mess and lots of blood and dead things. Save your money. Spend on a coffee or a cuppa tea and cake.

    The only reason I rated it as high as 4 is because I have always liked Cesar so much and the lovey big orange guy who talks to him.
  2. alanpgini, 1 month ago
    A little disappointed, compared to how good the previous ones were. It definitely could have been shortened from 2 hours and 20 minutes, especially shooting the majority of the film in one location. The plot meandered too much. I found in IMDb that it wasn't my imagination that the colonel character is a very thinly veiled Colonel Kurtz from "Apocalypse Now". The acting is stellar, and as usual, Harrelson doesn't disappoint, despite the plagiarism of his character. If I saw the Apocalypse Now parallel so easily, then it cheapens the film. I give it a fair at 7 of 8. But it's barely there on action alone. Being a blockbuster, almost ensures it being a 7. But obviously they missed too many opportunities here in making a better story. I hope we see an improvement in the next film in the series.
  3. Colin Christian, 1 month ago
    I don't know where these one star reviews come from,have you lot never seen Battlefield Earth or Baby Geniuses? I get it,you didn't like the film,but one or two stars? It just trivializes the ratings,how childish. The film was the best of the new trilogy,it often surprised me with its thoughtfulness,you don't usually see this kind of story,acting and pacing in a summer blockbuster,what a shame. Caesar has developed into an outstanding character,Serkis really deserves an Academy nomination for his work,as do the technicians backing him up,as the effect is now flawless and utterly compelling,apes,talking,thinking and running about as convincing as any human performer. I see lots of complaints about "Where was the War?" ,not everything has to have constant explosions and action,'War' can be about different things,it's rather complex,and that is perhaps the problem for many viewers,they don't want complexity,just some fun and explosions for their money,well,there's not much of either here,which makes for some very thoughtful viewing that stays with you for days. Brilliant movie,I loved it.