Download Rise of the Planet of the Apes Full Movie | Free Download Rise of the Planet of the Apes Movie

Genres: Sci-Fi , Drama , Action
Actors: Sean Tyson , Makena Joy , Madison Bell , Ty Olsson , David Hewlett , Jamie Harris , Tyler Labine , David Oyelowo , Tom Felton , Brian Cox , John Lithgow , Freida Pinto , James Franco , Jack Kuris , Tammy Hui
Director: Rupert Wyatt
Country: United States
Year: 2011
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 (206592 votes)

At the story’s heart is Caesar (Andy Serkis), a chimpanzee who gains human-like intelligence and emotions from an experimental drug. Raised like a child by the drug’s creator, Will Rodman (James Franco) and a primatologist Caroline Aranha (Freida Pinto), Caesar ultimately finds himself taken from the humans he loves and imprisoned in an ape sanctuary in San Bruno. Seeking justice for his fellow inmates, Caesar gives the fellow apes the same drug that he inherited. He then assembles a simian army and escapes the sanctuary – putting man and ape on a collision course that could change the planet forever.

Film Review

WOW! This movie grossed almost half a billion dollars? No wonder I seldom go out instead watching this stuff on our 70" screen at home for free. Would I have felt like a monkey if I had paid for this sentimental piece of treacle. It started out OK. Pretty good and of course Lithgow playing the dottering old fool was believable. It progressed well until we got into the hackneyed monkey versus keeper scenario, with Brian Cox trying his best to make a totally forgettable role…interesting. The gorilla had a better part. Everything after that became totally predicable. I guess modern audiences don't need a real plot. A lovable creature, a kind master, a dash of romance between the humans, a car chase or two…throw in a helicopter and you'll take off. Really this was pretty pathetic. Franco tried; Caesar tried; even the proboscis monkey tried. It was hopeless. Too muddled. As for the shoot off plot about creating a world pandemic, don't tell me Caesar comes back and i…

Effective, exciting prequel. Just enough tantalizing trivia for the series fans and just enough elements of evolution for the premise of the original concept to make perfect sense. After all we just assumed that humans nuked the planet when Taylor, in the now famous Statue of Liberty scene, discovers the awful "truth". Not so fast. No explanation, until now, about how it all went so askew. This thoughtful homage might breathe new life into a dying franchise. We might even get to see what kind of monkey business another species can do to our beloved planet. But if you believe in Darwinism this is nothing more than starting all over again and with that said we can't expect too much enlightenment.

The story was good but everything the characters said was so predictable and cheesy. Also the CGI sucked so bad, half the time I couldn't tell if I was watching anime or not, and it doesn't look like they used even one real monkey.Another thing is when they are on the bridge about halfway in the movie, the fog disappears and reappears, sometimes on the bridge and other times above. Also when they start pushing the bus on its side towards the cops, it's like seriously how the hell would they even know that they would have guns or that anyone is there at all if there is a crap load of fog everywhere.Would not watch again, the most over hyped movie ever apart from Hugo.

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