Rise of the planet of the apes
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6 juni 2012
"Probeer het later opnieuw"
Kijkwijzer Film Richtlijnen: Afgeraden voor kinderen onder de 12
Het verhaal speelt zich af in het huidige San Franciso, waar wetenschapper Will Rodman zich bezighoudt met genetische manipulatie op apen in de strijd tegen Alzheimer. Wanneer een van de proefdieren, Caesar, zich intellectueel snel begint te ontwikkelen, ontstaat er een oorlog tussen mensen en apen.
- Breedte/hoogteverhouding : Onbekend
- Taal : Frans
- Productafmetingen : 17 x 13.5 x 1.2 cm; 70 gram
- Fabrikantreferentie : 2012-06-13
- Regisseur : Rupert Wyatt
- Mediaformaat : Ondertiteld
- Uitvoeringstijd : 2 minuten
- Publicatiedatum : 6 juni 2012
- Acteurs : Andy Serkis, Karin Konoval, Terry Notary, Richard Ridings, Christopher Gordon
- Ondertitels: : Engels, Frans, Nederlands
- Taal : Engels (DTS 5.1)
- Studio : Inny-Zagr.
- ASIN : B008YD6FRC
- Land van herkomst : Nederland
- Aantal disks : 1
- Plaats in bestsellerlijst: #16,888 in Films & tv (Top 100 in bekijkenFilms & tv)
- #16,357 in Films (Films & tv)
Beste recensies uit andere landen
RISE of the Planet of the Apes - A brilliant, clever re-invention of the Apes franchise, the plot is amazing, the characters are all well done and it doesn't stray from focusing on Caesar, and the end is EPIC!
DAWN of the Planet of the Apes - An even more impressive continuation after RISE. The plot revolving the human characters is basic, but you have great drama and conflict, when the finale hits its enthralling. There are some brilliant emotional moments also.
WAR For the Planet of the Apes - A Fantastic conclusion to Caesar's story. In the words of Woody Harrelson's Colonel, "So emotional!" Haha. In all seriousness its a superb movie with so many emotional moments. its not as action packed as the title would suggest but don't let that throw you cause there is some action. Its a great character piece. I love the callbacks to the original film of 1968. Its dark, brutal and emotionally satisfying and it has a masterful music score.
All 3 films are visually stunning and some of the most dramatic movies of the 21st century, other filmmakers should take note from Rupert Wyatt and Matt Reeves, these are masterpieces. Highly recommended not to be missed and these 3 films top the other 6 Apes movies, yes even the original 1968 movie. All 3 I would score a 10/10 not to be missed! If you haven't seen these films you are missing out!
If, like me, you’re scrolling through the reviews wondering if this is the collection you’re looking for, you found it.
This trilogy does not contain any of the above. Instead, it is a trilogy of imaginative prequels to Pierre Boulle's world. These are, respectively, "Rise of...", "Dawn of..." and "War for..." the Planet of the Apes.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Starring James Franco and directed by Rupert Wyatt, this is the origin story of Caesar, in Andy Serkis's first turn as the iconic ape leader. The storyline is simple, but decent. The performances are good all around. The screenplay/editing is a little disjointed. Unfortunately, in many of the scenes, the CGI is terrible. Considering this film was released in 2011, by when CGI technology was already very well-developed, that is disappointing and jarring. Thankfully, therefore, the film focuses on the drama, rather than the action, reducing the reliance on CGI.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
In a worthy follow-up to "Rise" by Matt Reeves, this film treats Caesar as its star, eschewing star-power in favor of acting (features Gary Oldman) and CGI. Set in a world 10 years after the events of the first film, and sees the development of Caesar with complex dilemmas and difficult decisions. This film looks better than the first. The human characters are not very well-developed, and even Oldman's histrionics can't do much to help with that. Also, the ending seems a bit rushed.
War for the Planet of the Apes
The darkest and the most visually striking films of the trilogy, "War" by Matt Reeves (who also directed "Dawn") sees a devastated Caesar struggling with leadership, revenge, and peace. Woody Harrelson's turn as the Colonel is truly evil yet understandable/relatable, and an excellent casting choice. The story is decent with good dramatic components. The action sequences are well-done, but this is not an action movie and the action sequences are not the point of it. It is about the human condition and the war within.
I was quite please to find a Bluray set with all three films. The print is excellent. While, annoyingly, there are ads including trailers and even a Maltesers ad, thankfully these are skippable.
So, despite my overall approval for the three films, why am I giving this trilogy Bluray a low rating? The reason is simple: as mentioned in the review title, the second disc (Dawn of...) does not work.
Noticing the most recent triple box set on blu ray staring Andy Serkis, I thought I'd give it a go.
I was wowed by its realism, Andy's performance and that of all others in the building blocks and execution of an all out brilliant series of scripts and productions.
Clearly most of the film presentation was in post production, but the over all set up and fantastically thought through story caught on camera is nothing short of astounding.
Highly moving, beautifully crafted, outstandingly told story, from the perspective of lead character, Caeser.
Best triple series of films I have ever seen along with Lord of the Rings. And definitely an amazingly brilliant set of prequals that lead up to the original 60s movie.