A giant army of apes and primates wander through the decayed streets of a metropolis. At the head of it there is a brawny and frowning chimpanzee named Caesar, who rides a horse and he’s ready to declare either war or piece to humanity.

…all fans of the intellectually advanced monkeys are looking forward for seeing it…

These are the first clips from the new chapter of the reboot series of the Planet of the Apes. The film, entitled Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, is set to release today and I’m quite confident that all fans of the intellectually advanced monkeys are looking forward for seeing it.

Settled 15 years after the end of the previous film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011), the story follows again the gestures of Caesar, who now leads a colony of apes that became increasingly bigger and powerful after a virus hit strongly on human population, wrecking it. Humans try to regain power over the planet. Apes want to protect themselves and their prosperity. The final outcome is only a peace allowing both species to coexist, or a war deciding who of them will be the dominant one on the planet.

…a lot of action and spectacular sequences…

The trailer leaves the way open for both results, also promising a lot of action and spectacular sequences in which humans and apes confront each other for supremacy, and dramatic moments that make us seriously doubt who’s the most compassionate between humans and apes.

It seems that several conflicts, especially the personal ones, have a large role in this movie. All of them involve the protagonists, maybe transforming this new adventure in a more critical and profound narrative spinning on many layers and touching different emotional chords.

 …entertaining not only for the visual effects and the battles but also for the characters…

With these ingredients, the film ought to have the potential to hook the audience from the first to the last footage, entertaining not only for the visual effects and the battles but also for the characters and plot dynamics explored within it.

 

 

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