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Watch War for the Planet of the Apes online free – I am literally astonished of the reviews and ratings of this masterpiece. I am sad to see so many people in here rate this movie as bad and write a awful reviews about a movie that should at least compete for the best film Oscars category of this year in my opinion. Planet of the apes is a triumph, really touching on so many levels. The emotions of this film are better than I have ever seen in any movie before.

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War for the Planet of the Apes review by Miguel Neto – Closes the trilogy in a spectacular way.

The closing of this trilogy could not have been better, War for the Planet of the Apes closes the trilogy with key and manages to be the best one of the trilogy also, not only one of the best films of the year, but also one of the best of this decade, the trilogy Modern Planet of the Apes is one of the best trilogy I’ve ever seen, War for the Planet of the Apes starts already frenetic with a very good action scene, and we begin to better understand what goes on the screen, the plot is very good, But he does have a few forced scenes, but that does not hinder development, Ceasar is one of the most well-developed characters of the last year, and that owes much to Andy Serkis who embodied the character, and in my opinion he deserves a lot of Oscar, I hope the academy sees this, the direction is again of Matt Reeves who directed the previous one and he does a great direction, Woody Harrelson does an excellent job as the Colonel, he is a great and bad and has good motivation The CGI is amazing, the Monkeys are very well done, the movie even with several sad moments it is has several fun and funny moments, but the jokes are very well placed, the soundtrack is great, the dialogues are very good, The film hits the dramatic moments and the ending is satisfying.

War for the Planet of the Apes review by I Sexually Identify as an AH 64 Attack Helicopter – It’s a wonderful movie. A sci-fi epic

In truthfulness, I was going to give it a 9 but after seeing so many repulsive reviews I’m giving it a 10. The cinematography and the CGI is the best in the film industry and it’s just unbelievable. This is not a war film contrary to the title which is part of why people are leaving bad reviews. This is a sci-fi film that also explores what people are willing to do to survive and it explores the dark side of human nature. I feel a lot of people came in expecting some epic CGI futuristic ape v human because they never watched the first 2 films. Caesar played by Andy Serkis has his strongest performance yet and ends this trilogy very well. New character Bad Ape is not necessary but provides a little comic relief in an otherwise dark film. In a throwback to the source material and older films we have Nova, a little girl who is important to the plot. Overall this a great film and a good end to this ape trilogy and I do hope we have more Planet of the Apes films like this in the future. I think most of the people who are reviewing really don’t understand cinema and are partially hating it because it’s not a War film. If you haven’t seen the first two films and will be bored because it’s not the way it’s advertised don’t watch. But I recommend this as it is a masterpiece. Also I saw some reviews calling out racial or sexist undertones which is completely false.

War for the Planet of the Apes review by Jon_Snow_21 – Apes Strong together

It honestly angers me how many people don’t understand this film.

I’ve seen way too many reviews of idiots who find this movie disappointing because it lacks battle sequences and things like that. This just makes me think that people are just bigger idiots than I’ve ever imagined. This is a quality movie with real themes behind it and people don’t see that. They just want mindless action. It’s absolutely ridiculous that people can’t appreciate actual great cinema.

War for the planet of the apes is about the apes first and foremost. The character of Caesar is so well done that when I watched this movie, I didn’t see an ape, I saw Caesar. He goes through an INTENSE struggle in this movie. A great ordeal and personal battle that he must survive through and continue to lead the group of apes. Caesar isn’t the only character that’s extremely well fleshed out in this movie. Woody Harrelson’s character: The colonel, is extremely well developed and one of the best villains I’ve ever seen. I won’t say anything more about him not to spoil some great moments.

The story of War is much more complex than the last two movies and many characters have different motivations. This movie reflects human society and stereotypes. These are real themes that are important and many people just don’t understand them. If a certain scene in the movie didn’t make you think about World War 2, then you’ve clearly misunderstood the movie. The story was so well told that I almost cried at the end.

The animation is flawless. You can see all the apes’ expressions and it’s very well made. The score is also fantastic and used very well throughout the entire movie.

Lastly, the action. I’m purposefully talking about this last because it’s the least important in the movie. The action is amazing. Every shot and every explosion is done so well, that I don’t understand how ANYONE could complain. Even if you came to see action, you’ll get incredible action. Even a 10 year old kid who came to see only action would be satisfied because this action is fantastic.

War for the Planet of the apes is amazing. It tells a real story with characters that feel real and realistic action. This was a fantastic movie and I don’t think many people get it looking at the reviews.

War for the Planet of the Apes review by jippy33 – Emotional roller-coaster of the year

First of all, this movie is a victim of audience expectations and bad marketing. You would think this was the ape vs human version of Saving Private Ryan when looking at the trailers. It is not. It is a 140-minute drama about family, grief, survival and war. It is a bold move for a franchise that has been all CGI and action.

Sure, there is hardly a scene without CGI (since there is hardly a scene without an ape) and the movie is bookended by great action set pieces. But the roughly hour-and-a-half in the middle is a journey, both literally and metaphorically.

The emotional depth that is displayed by the primary characters with very little dialogue is astounding and very rare in this genre. I was shattered after this movie was done, so invested in the characters, so overjoyed by their victories and grief-stricken by their hardships. And the amazing cinematography only strengthens the depth of every scene. Throw in quite a bit of humor as well and you have a drama for the ages.

Special mention has to be given Amiah Miller. She has not a single line of dialogue, yet struck every chord of the emotional spectrum as the sole human amongst all the apes. The journey of a child, left alone only to find a new home in the most unlikely place of all is an amazing tearjerker when acted and shot this well.

There are some tropes here and there that made me roll my eyes a bit. You have the odd ex-machina and what not. It still does not stop me from dishing out my first IMDb 10 in 2017.

War for the Planet of the Apes review by Robert Setlock, III – Amazing

Remember when prequels were all the fad. “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace” was the first one to make a real impact. Since then we’ve had prequels to “The Exorcist”, “Alien”, “X-Men”, “Silence of the Lambs”, “Wizard of Oz”, “The Thing”, and even “Dumb and Dumber”. Some are good, some not so much. However, they rarely outshine the original films that inspired them.

That’s where “Planet of the Apes” stands alone. Not only is the prequel trilogy a collection of three outstanding movies. They are also without a doubt the three best movies of the franchise. Further, “War for the Planet of the Apes” (yes, this trilogy is plagued with clumsy titles) might be the best of the bunch.

“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” focuses largely on the human characters while “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” seemed to share screen time equally between human and apes characters. In “War for the Planet of the Apes”, the apes are very much the center of the story. Not all the apes can speak yet, so much of this plays almost like a multimillion dollar silent movie. Yet, at no point does the story ever feel like it’s missing something. I have no idea what the budget of this film was, but the apes that are nearly omnipresent for the 140 minutes screen time look completely real.

So far, all I’ve done is praise technical achievements. The story here is simple, Caesar (Andy Serkis) wants peace for the apes and wants to end the bloodshed between humans and apes. However, when a human Colonel (Woody Harrelson) attacks Caesar’s family Caesar pursues the path of revenge and follows the footsteps of Koba (Toby Kebbell) from the previous movie. Despite the War in the title, this is all a very personal tale for Caesar and how his plight tells us if the apes are worthy of survival. In contrast we have the Colonel, whose plight is just as personal. Despite the fact that the Colonel is played very much as a villain, his reasons seem almost logical. He’s fighting not just against the apes, but against fate. A fight he will do anything to win and his path will determine whether humanity is worthy of survival.

To say more would be to reveal too much and rob you of the experience of this movie. Because that’s what this movie is, an experience that’s meant to be seen not read. Needless to say the performances and the direction by Matt Reaves are all phenomenal here. This is probably one of the best trilogies ever and “War for the Planet of the Apes” is one of the best movies of the year.

War for the Planet of the Apes review by Jared_Andrews – The War for Caesar’s Soul

If you have forgotten what happened in the first two movies, don’t worry. “War” opens with a clear and concise recap of the events leading up to this movie. It’s a smart way to commence and an indication of the thoughtful nature with which this movie was made.

The movie obviously depicts a literal war for planet between the humans and the apes. There’s also a figurative and less obvious war going on—one for Caesar’s soul. The movie is really about Caesar’s battle to remain pure and free from hate in world that corrupted Koba and the Colonel (Woody Harrelson).

This question remains open for much of the movie, as we see for the first time some real cracks in Caesar’s previously infallible morals. He has real reasons to give into the hatred (as you will see), and his humanity is truly tested. It all boils down to one scene, which of course, I will not spoil. A bit is left to interpretation, but I personally found clarity in the scene and settled comfortably on my answer.

This movie fulfills anything and everything you could possibly desire in the final installment of this trilogy. The action sequences deliver intensity and genuine feelings of danger. This wasn’t like many movies of this sort where the “good guys” sort of seem invincible. Everyone felt vulnerable, which amplified the suspense greatly. Additionally, the storytelling is flawless. It’s littered with foreshadowing, eye-popping imagery, and provocative social parallels.

While the excellent visuals and storytelling were expected, there were also two elements that took me aback by how well they were executed. The first was the dialogue, which honored the Apes’ basic vocabulary and still managed to showcase the depths of their awareness. The other element was the performances of the actors playing apes.

This may sound strange to say, but I think Andy Serkis deserves serious Academy Award consideration. His gravitas and emotional complexity come across clearly even though he never actually appears on screen.

Caesar is one of the most deeply fascinating and thoughtful characters in recent movie memory, as evidenced by his growth over these three movies. It’s time Serkis received proper recognition for bringing Caesar to life.

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