Dim Gorilla vs Dim 3D

Allan 2022-04-21 09:01:16

The word-of-mouth and ratings of this movie are relatively high, and I went to it with high expectations, but the result.... It is not as good as the first one. I remember watching The Rise of the Planet of the Apes 1 feels pretty good.

The plot of the second part is actually very simple. Although Caesar and Koba have turned against each other due to their attitude towards humans and led to an internal fight, I don’t think there are too many ups and downs, and there is no such delicate and delicate relationship between humans and gorillas in the first part. Touching emotional exchange. The only emotional part is when Caesar went back to his past home to watch the part of the DV machine where the scientist taught him to speak when he was a child. His eyes were really touching. Suddenly I remembered where the scientists went, why did the second part not explain at all? Wouldn't it be ape flu...

3d pit father. Why is this film made in 3D? I really don’t like the dim effect. Originally, the 3D effect of the cinema was not good. The gorilla was completely dark. Go, it's completely dark and numb. I can hardly see any 3D special effects, alas, in fact, I really want to see the 2D version, but unfortunately I have no choice at all. It is said that it has not been introduced in China at all.

I went with my little friend, and I watched the exchange with my little friend. In addition to the topics of trust and hatred, the most practical point is: you see, even gorillas can speak English so well, shouldn't you work harder to learn English too? The little friend nodded and said yes.

The little friend also asked a question, why are there so many horses in the forest? Where are the horses usually hiding? I thought about it, well, that's indeed a problem.

——2014.09.06 Chengdu Shanghai Film International Cinema

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Extended Reading
  • Sandrine 2021-10-20 19:00:53

    Three and a half. Talking about orangutans is actually talking about people, about things between people, betrayal, and trust. The film strives to create an epic feel, with a larger and heavier background than the first one, while paving the way for the next larger world. The capture technology becomes the real protagonist, making it difficult for you to distinguish between humans and monkeys. Technically, it's really good, but the plot is short of breath, and it's just a moment of more excitement. The whole film is depressed, night scenes, flames. The scene is bigger, but not as touching as the first one

  • Nakia 2021-10-20 19:00:52

    It's a bit weaker than the first one. The court battle of the Apes dynasty, this plot is already familiar in Western Shakespeare or in Chinese classical martial arts dramas. Human beings are pure soy sauce, and orangutans are irrevocably moving towards vulgarity...

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes quotes

  • Malcolm: Apes do not want war.

  • Caesar: War has begun.