Rise of the Planet of the Apes is a 2011 American science fiction film. The film is directed by Rupert Wyatt. It is a reboot of the Planet of the Apes series.
Planet of the apes
The story starts with the scientist Will Rodman, currently residing in San Francisco. He is working on a cure for Alzheimer’s disease
by performing tests on apes.
During his test a female chimpanzee gives birth to a baby chimpanzee named Caesar. Steven Jacobs orders to put down all the test chimpanzees after the escape of the female chimpanzee.
Robert Franklin, the subordinate responsible for carrying out this was not able to kill the baby chimpanzee and instead he kept it in his house. Caesar haves high intelligence, and learns unbelievably well.
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Will gives a sample of his cure to his father, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s. Initially his father improves but illness came back again.
On by attacking a neighbor who threatened Will’s father, Caesar is forced to leave Will’s house and entered a primate facility in San Bruno, where the apes are held in cages and are cruelly treated.
Rodman again creates a more powerful cure to treat his father and begins testing on chimps begin. The new Cure strengthens the intelligence of the apes, but is critical to humans. Franklin dies because of his exposure towards the virus.
Rise of the planet of the apes
Caesar escapes from his cage and releases an airborne strain of the virus that increases the intelligence of the apes.
Because of the virus Caesar was able to speak and it made all apes escape from the primate facility, Will’s research institute and San Francisco Zoo.
They all escaped through the streets by fighting with a police blockade who stopped them from crossing.
The movie is most surprising in its seriousness as it shows a forceful character study of Caesar.
Overall it is rated as 5/8 with most satisfying subject.