After the failures that were the sequels, I pretty much lost all my faith and love of this series. Every time I looked at it, I just felt disgust...that is until I saw this. Jurassic World is far from perfect and yet it tries so damn hard to bring the series back to where it belongs and it for the most part, succeeds. I truly feel this film is almost as good as the first film. I think too many…
What's there to say? The franchise is officially dead. I liked this a bit more than the sequel but that's because the sequel killed every bit of my liking of the first film and traumatized me. This wasn't as bad as I expected as there was a bit of fun to be had at moments but for the most part, it felt like a lazily written uninspired Saturday morning cartoon.
Despite not featuring compelling enough human characters which end up in making parts of the film feel rather dull, and being fairly formulaic with its plot, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes truly is one of the best blockbusters ever. An iconic piece of cinema.
I loved that the film takes its time to tell the story with a decent focus from the humans and a pretty damn emotionally resonant focus from the apes. Basic philosophies and politics for…