Those avoiding the new Planet of the Apes trilogy would argue that the movies are an exercise in futility and a lack of creativity and originality. Strangely enough, anyone who has seen Rise of the Planet of the Apes and intends to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes woud agree with the naysayers - Man unwittingly engineers its destruction with a virus (Resident Evil, 28 Days Later, real life fears over the Swine and Avian influenza's), leading to post apocalyptic future where the human race is oppressed by a superior force (Terminator, Mad Max, Fallout, Matrix etc). So, whats the point of atching such movies; we even though the eventully outcome. The answer is simple to explain, but not so easy for the naysayers to understand - its not the destination that matters, its the journey, the adventure; the how and the why, the reasons, the motives.
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Following the events of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar, and his ape colony is embroiled in a battle with an army of humans. When the apes suffer heavy losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts as he resolves to avenge his kind. The battle pits Caesar against the humans' leader, a ruthless Colonel, in an encounter that will determine the fate of their species and Earth's future.
Directed by Matt Reeves, War for the Planet of the Apes's release date is July 14th, 2017.
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