Spoiler Review Three: The eventual rise and abundance of overall life for Hominidae’s cousins was displayed extremely well from the perspective of a boy becoming a man thrust into a war that he had no choice to stop due to the callous and racist actions of his own Ape Brother. Due to these events, war between the two nations has begun. Although, one will make it out alive. The other will slowly and painfully die off. Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes showcased the first half of a coming of age story from the perspective of Caesar Rodman, an intelligent chimpanzee that had been bestowed in uterus from his mother’s constant contact and testing from scientists that were testing ALZ-112 on them every day, the ability to use his mind enough to collectively start an uprising that his mother would’ve loved to have seen and become a leader in the likes that his father/mother Will and Caroline would have been proud to have raised. Caesar’s grandfather would have also been proud of him. The humans that showed Caesar Rodman and his Ape Brothers/Sisters only suffered amongst themselves, while the humans that showed kindness and compassion suffered the same fate as those who caused any Ape harm. I saw many parallels between my life and Caesar’s. As in, we both were innocent children that hadn’t yet experienced how cold and cruel the world can be towards those different until our inchings closer to adulthood. And, as we’re both going to be adults, the world only handed the both of us the tools we needed in order to escape and fight against oppressive forces. After about 10 years, there was a short time that both Humankind and Apekind lived in harmony with each other. Until, without any warning, both sides grew to rehating each other unlike ever before…war between the two nations was only a bluff at first. But, due to the constant hate and anger from both sides, war only became a reality. A bleak, painfully realistic reality.
And, after the death of the madman that caused the war between both sides, there was no choice for Caesar Rodman to turn back, no matter how hard he wanted to. Koba’s anger and racism only strengthened the fear from both sides. But, 10 years ago after being released from Humankind, he hadn’t thought of how manipulation and warfare would have always been in his favor. As for Caesar Rodman and his family, the best thing they’re able to do now is fight against what adversaries may be present towards them in their next trek into War On Humans: Part Two. Both films correctly and accurately demonstrate how oppressive societies only Birth change makers and those who oppose change to the points of eradicating everything and anything that stands in their way (even if it means being eradicated in the process). The parallels between us and them thinking was painfully accurate along with everyone on both sides regardless of difference can be affected was ringing loud and proud, and, the idea of thrusting the next generation into a war that someone else caused was also accurate to what’s happening in the countries across this planet. If there’s anything I’ve learned from both films, it’s that being a racist will only cause death and destruction of character/self for everyone surrounding you. And, being a leader means having to suffer from things that others are able to easily shake off. These films will only strengthen my faith in myself as a leader that others can look up to and appreciate. Apes alone weak. Apes together strong. War For The Planet Of The Apes will be a wondrous masterpiece. Kong: Skull Island will be here so I can be preoccupied until War hits theaters. These films will enlighten you greatly. Be sure to watch them soon. Bring tissues. 🔫🔫🔫🔫📢🍗🍖🍌🍎🍠🍅🍒🍓🍍🍇🍆🍄🍐🍋🍉🍉🍈🍈🍑🌲🌱🍁🌏🌍🌎. For an alternative 2016 and 2020, things look depressing.