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tanemar.se - Kaufen Sie RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES / DAWN OF PLANET OF - RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES / DAWN OF PLANET OF (2. Dawn of Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films | Hurwitz, Matt, Gosling, Sharon, Newell, Adam | ISBN: Planet der Affen: Revolution (Originaltitel: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) ist der Titel der Fortsetzung des im Jahr produzierten Science-Fiction-Filmes. Für Links auf dieser Seite erhält tanemar.se ggf. eine Provision vom Händler, z.B. für solche mit Symbol. Mehr Infos. tanemar.se · Filme; Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Two species – man and ape – face off against one another in these two thrilling, action-packed adventures. In Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, genetically.
Dawn of Planet of the Apes and Rise of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films | Hurwitz, Matt, Gosling, Sharon, Newell, Adam | ISBN: Rise Of Planet Of The Apes. Dawn Of Planet Of The Apes (Art of the Films) bei tanemar.se - ISBN - ISBN - Titan Books. Two species – man and ape – face off against one another in these two thrilling, action-packed adventures. In Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, genetically.
Serkis is cloaked in full CG as an ape the entire time, and while that and other effects grew tiring in the first film, here it works exceptionally well.
Serkis' digital character conveys more emotion than many of the human actors around him, and the overall use of CG for the apes won't have you pining for the days of physical costumes.
The apes' forest can be a beautiful sight filled with rich greens and calming mists, or to the humans it can look like a witchy, hellish landscape of dead wood.
Likewise, the humans' home can look like a budding frontier filled with ravaged-but-recovering buildings, but the apes see it as the decrepit, overgrown version of San Francisco that it's truly become.
Though the human camp is rundown, the humans in Dawn are no ragtag group of survivors — they're a militarized band weighing their options.
With the humans constantly on the edge of violence, the apes become the good guys, even in spite of their inevitable rule over humanity.
The apes preach and largely follow a principle of not killing. They let offenses from the humans slide by. They do create spears as weapons, but they destroy every gun that comes into their possession.
The more the humans arm themselves, the more inevitable a clash becomes. Even a tiny pistol could start a war, and one almost does on several occasions.
In fact, Dawn might be one of the few action films where viewers are actually rooting for a gun not to fire.
Things take an unexpected turn when Caesar leads his fellow primates on a conquest to besiege Earth. Yet it is Andy Serkis steals the show in the role of the malevolent chimp Caesar.
He truly brings out the best of the character so that the viewer really feels emotionally involved with the character of Caesar as he progresses along in the film.
At one point I got so emotionally attached to Caesar that I naively believed that his reasoning to conquer Earth was fully justified.
We get to see every inch of detail whether it be of their movement or appearance. Their ape-like bodies with hairy chests, deep malicious eyes and opposable thumbs look life like from every angle.
Piece it all together and you get a visually stunning effect on screen. Not only does the core of the movie work well but so does everything else.
The action sequences are good and are backed up by a nail-biting plot. Thanks to the effort of Rupert Wyatt, this movie from the sixties has been beautifully adapted into the 21st century and is a must watch for all Planet of the Apes fans, as well as first time viewers.
You will be aping mad if you miss it…. Facebook Count. Twitter Share. Gary Oldman is the third Harry Potter cast member to appear in the film franchise.
Helena Bonham Carter appeared in Planet of the Apes Tom Felton appeared in Rise of the Planet of the Apes Bayona , and J.
Lake and Blue Eyes were romantically involved, but were not officially mated, as Blue Eyes is seen sleeping with his family, but there is no direct evidence given to prove this.
Ash appears to have inherited some or very little of his father's Rocket's appearance. He appears to have very dark hair indicating that his mother may have dark hair while Rocket has lighter colored hair.
One feature that he has inherited from Rocket is his similar shaped ears. One scene took eighty takes on-set. That was before they shot the other half of the ape performance capture in "the tank" after principal photography ended.
Andy Serkis and Judy Greer appeared in 13 Going on 30 If one looks carefully during the "school" scenes in the trailers, an orangutan points to laws written on the wall that were part of the first five movies.
In particular, "Ape not kill ape" proves to be Arc Words as much as they were back then. Caesar looking at a video of Will Rodman, his adoptive father, in his house in San Francisco mirrors Caesar going to the Forbidden Zone in Battle for the Planet of the Apes , where he sees images of his birth parents, Cornelius and Zira, accompanied by audio.
The shot of Koba riding a horse looks nearly identical to the shot of Aldo riding a horse in the beginning of Battle for the Planet of the Apes When Koba picks up a metal bar to attack Caesar with, the shot mirrors Caesar's confrontation with Dodge and his cattle prod from Rise of the Planet of the Apes , complete with Caesar clenching his fist in preparation.
One of two summer blockbusters to feature a furry character named Rocket. The other being Guardians of the Galaxy They omitted the pilot who was the one who spread the virus all over over the planet from the airports he landed at and exposed the people so they can spread it to everyone, like a modern day "Typhoid Mary".
Although the opening titles animation of this film directly continues the various contaminated planes spreading it via various infected Flight routes criss-crossing the entire planet.
Caesar nearly beating Carver with a shotgun before Malcolm says "No" echoes the ending of Conquest of the Planet of the Apes , during which Caesar nearly allows the apes to beat humans to death with guns before Lisa says "No".
Caesar also seems offended by the fact that he received that response, which echoes Aldo being offended by the word in Battle for the Planet of the Apes After finishing work on this film, Jason Clarke appeared in Terminator Genisys as John Connor, an iconic character from another post apocalyptic series.
The sight of the city on fire may remind viewers of a similar sight in Conquest of the Planet of the Apes Maurice, Rocket, Luca, and other apes loyal to Caesar and who refuse to kill unarmed humans, were caged and held prisoner by Koba.
The fact that the apes are beginning to use firearms is also a nod to the first five movies. Koba being called ugly could be a reference to Zira calling Taylor ugly in Planet of the Apes Koba and his followers put the humans in cages, just like the apes in Planet of the Apes and Battle for the Planet of the Apes The contagion is referred to, by the humans, as "Simian Flu", seen in some grafitti.
Both projects are in a post-apocalyptic setting. Ellie's daughter, who died from the virus, was named Sarah, which was possibly a nod to Kim Hunter 's character, Zira, from Planet of the Apes Nick Thurston revealed on Facebook that there was a joke on set that Andy [Serkis] came up with that the baby's name was Will, named in honor of Caesar's adoptive father, Will which served as an on set Easter egg for the cast.
Is this interesting? In the original ending, the apes return to Muir Forest with a military battleship pursuing them as what Dreyfus said before blowing up the tower.
Director Matt Reeves changed the ending following ambiguous reactions by the preview audience, citing that the original ending skipped emotion beats and should not end with an unknown entity.
The present ending was filmed several weeks before release, with him directing Jason Clarke and Andy Serkis via Skype conference call, with Serkis' stand-in providing his lines for Clarke on-set.
The shot where Caesar stands over Koba at the edge of the chasm is a mirror image of the shot in Rise of the Planet of the Apes , where Koba is standing over Steve Jacobs.
In both films, the antagonist on the edge is pushed and falls to his death. Both of these scenes happen after a climactic fight. So, Koba is in effect hoisted by his own petard.
The movie starts and ends with a close up shot of Caesar's eyes. At the ending of this movie, all of the other apes bow to Caesar in reverence to him.
During the hunting scene at the beginning of the film, as the deer start to run, a sound is heard. This sound is very similar to the opening scene in A Space Odyssey , when the apes first touch the monolith and learn to use tools.
In , this moment is the dawn of civilization and happens at dawn, hence, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes". These are also similar, since after touching the monolith in is the first time one ape kills another, solidifying his position as leader.
This also happened at the end of this movie, when Caesar "killed" Koba. After the credits conclude, there are sounds reminiscent of a few apes moving concrete rubble, much like the scene following the explosion at the dam depicted earlier in the film.
A strained grunt and the breathing patterns of Koba can then be heard as well, indicating Koba survived his fall. Koba's relationship with Caesar, is a direct mirror of the relationship between "Caesar" from the first five movies, and his leading military commander, General Aldo.
In Battle for the Planet of the Apes , soon after the collapse of human civilization through nuclear war Caesar and Aldo become divided over how to treat surviving humans.
Caesar wants to co-exist with them, while Aldo wants to exterminate them. Coincidently, Aldo and Koba fell to their deaths after their confrontations with their Caesars.
Another thing between them is, while Koba is the primary villain in this movie, Aldo is a secondary villain in Battle. Koba shares some similarities to Scar from The Lion King Both eventually try to kill their clan leader, however, Scar actually succeeded in killing Mufasa.
Both take major control of their clans also starting a war. Both are complete monsters. However, Scar survived his fall, but got killed by the hyenas.
Ash serves a similar fate to that of Cornelius from Battle for the Planet of the Apes , but does not share the same role.
Instead, Blue Eyes role serves as a parallel to Cornelius' role. Ash is the first known ape to have been killed by Koba.
If counting Koba's other victims who were humans, Ash is his fifth victim. During Koba's assault on Caesar, he killed many wounded apes with his gun.
The comics later revealed that Koba killed two apes prior to Ash: Rex and Pope. Despite Koba's hatred for humans, his actions during this movie have him appear more human-like than any of his fellow apes, even Caesar.
For example, he speaks English the most fluently and coherently from exercising his vocal cords more often. He's the first of the ape colony to use a man-made weapon, such as a gun, when attempting to assassinate Caesar, and going to war with the human survivors, and like the humans that once dominated the continents of the world, he's willing to kill members of his own kind in the pursuit of power and vengeance.