I saw the latest planet of the apes movie.
I think I have seen all three-I know for sure I saw the first one and I just saw the last one but I can't recall the second one.
Also saw the originals and I still like those better.
I don't like the new ones at all-and I think they are letting good material and social commentary go to waste.
I really disliked this one cause of that little girl. She was so pointless. I think the new ones should have focused more on the apes and their culture but instead it tries to tie in these random people for what reason? Why was the one solider so personalized, what was his arch? He was spared and he went back to fight for the humans-I mean what was expected?
I liked 'Donkey' tho...not winter but the other one.
I think I remember not liking the first one cause I felt like they focused too much on the vet/Ceaser's care taker. I still remember rolling my eyes and saying something like "fuck that guy-get back to the apes"
I just really hated how the relationship with the apes seem to all revolve around that little girl. I should have walked out as soon as the Orangutan was like "I can't leave her."
I would be like like Bye!
Edit: Also all that religious symbolism was sooo tired. I knew Ceaser was gonna die as soon as I saw the valley. "And you shall not set foot in the promised land"
So I am guessing the little girl was supposed to be Mary or something. Hated the Orangutan-hated the pot head monkey-Damn for real I only liked the silver back that died and Ceaser. I think there was a smaller monkey that was okay too.