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Movie Review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Starring Gary Oldman
By SP_COP on July 11, 2014 | From
Movie Review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' Starring Gary Oldman Starring Andy Serkis, Jason Clark, Gary Oldman

Rated PG-13

Four-and-a-half out of five stars

It’s a decade after the events of 2011’s "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," in which the “simian flu” turned apes intelligent and wiped out a good chunk of the human population. An ape society, led by Caesar(Andy Serkis in another motion-capture performance) exists peacefully on the outskirts of San Francisco. They communicate using sign language, eye contact and facial expressions, which works wonderfully here, thanks to motion-capture CGI technology that’s advanced to the point where we can easily distinguish a sagacious gaze from murderous stare. All of this plays out in a superlative opening sequence chronicling the apes on a hunting exposition so realistic and rendered so beautifully, it will leave audiences breathless.

After the hunt, we get a taste of what ape culture is like: a thriving, somewhat utopian society of chimpanzees and orangutans. They care deeply for one another, nurturing and teaching their young and constructing an ape ideal that’s the exact opposite of what they perceive human society to be. At this point, they’re not even sure if there are any humans left, and they’re OK with that.

But there are human survivors. In San Francisco, they live in the city center behind a fortified gate. They’re running out of power, though, and believe their only hope is the hydroelectric dam beyond the city. If they can fix it, it will generate enough power to supply what’s left of San Francisco. The journey beyond the Golden Gate Bridge is led by Malcolm (Jason Clark). Much to his team’s surprise, they encounter Caesar and company, and are shocked by Caesar’s ability to speak -- and more so by what he tells them: “Go!”...
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