A majmok bolygója - Háború

  • Egyesült Államok War for the Planet of the Apes (több)
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A majmok túlszárnyalták az embereket. Ami jó szándékú kísérletnek indult, az teljes hatalomátvétellé vált: immár az értelmes emberszabásúak a Föld urai. A városok elnéptelenedtek, a menekülőkkel nem tudni, mi történt, és a kevés életben maradt ember kis csapatokra szakadva bujkál... amíg bír. És készülődik. A háború ugyanis elkerülhetetlen. Caesar, a harcedzett és szuperintelligens óriásgorilla, aki nagyon sokat szenvedett az emberek rabságában nem tud felejteni és nem akar megbocsátani. Mindkét fél tudja, hogy az emberiségnek nincs több esélye. Ha most kudarcot vall, végképp eltűnik a Föld színéről. (InterCom)


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az összes felhasználói recenzió

magyar Ne számítsatok semmilyen "háborúra", az itt körülbelül négy percig tart. A film egy lassú, érzékenyen elbeszélt "vándordráma", amelynek középpontjában a különböző karakterek és az egymással való érzelmi kölcsönhatásuk áll, természetesen egy tökéletesen megtervezett természeti környezetben. Hasonlóan az utolsó A dzsungel könyve filmhez, a majmok arcának motion capture előadásai teljesen háttérbe szorítják az élőszereplőket (köztük W. Harrelsont). A bőr/szőr részletek kivitelezése technológiailag megint egy lépéssel továbblépett, mint A majmok bolygója: Forradalom. Hihetetlen. ()


az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol An apocalypse (in terms of structure and "the negative character" and even annoyingly frequent visual references) incorporated into the ending of the trilogy, which in turn is incorporated into all the story lines, characters and themes based on the original Monkey Planet through a torn inner struggle for Caesar's soul. Yes, it's overcomplicated, and despite it´s not the Conrad´s Heart of Darkness in apes version, the resulting "Ape-pocalypse Now / ape Logan" is a surprisingly faded, free from any action (there's no war, and even taking about talking about fight or dispute would be an exaggeration. This is the Bridge on the River Kw... Planet of the Apes), whose many obvious drawbacks "but" (all humans are stupid, unreasonably long footage, unbalanced pace, deus ex machine ending) don´t really matter thanks to emotions, captivating Serkis, enchanting first half and "invisible" CGI effects, which are not here to impress. ()



az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol Four stars out of love for Caesar and out of respect for Matt Reeves' courage to make a film that is largely based on silence, gestures and slowness. Unfortunately, the attempt not to rush the culmination of the trilogy leads to the film completely sleeping through it. A strong opponent such as Koby is missing (and therefore the film must also evoke him at certain points, at least as a phantasm), and Woody Harrelson is very doll-like. It’s a bit of an easy template, a light version of Colonel Kurtz deprived of real demons. The introductory part is also captivating thanks to the inventive minimalism of Michael Giacchino and Seresin's detailed camera with variable depth of field. Unfortunately, the prison break in the second half drags on - it lacks energy and the supporting dilemma. The unraveling itself is imaginative and in the key of the entire trilogy, but the promised ape-apocalypse is not nearly as fatal and overwhelming as the trilogy imaginatively transmitting humanity to the monkeys deserves. The triumph is the incredibly detailed and precise animation and the acting of everyone involved. A slight disappointment. [70%] ()


az összes felhasználói recenzió

angol They weren't kidding overseas, the third Planet of the Apes is another great spectacle. Matt Reeves continues the tone set by the previous installments and delivers a film that, while nearly two and a half hours long, isn't afraid to slow down and make time for scenes where the characters just sit around, talk, and you find out little details about them that make you worry about them instead of just waiting for the final set-piece. While last time the apes and humans were given similar space, this time it's almost all about Caesar, but Woody Harrelson has enough space to shine next to the digital (and of course amazing-looking) animal characters. I can imagine that the finale, with its slightly unexpected concept, won't quite suit some people, but paradoxically it makes all the ideas that have been hinted at several times throughout the film come through. Overall, War for the Planet of the Apes is exactly what we expected and hoped for. Plus, it confidently references the Charlton Heston version more than once, giving answers to questions one might not have thought to ask. A good and clever blockbuster. There's bloody little of that in cinemas.. ()


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angol My disappointment with the last film was so great that I avoided the trailers for the third one, feeling their uselessness. However, Reeves was either kept sedated or some brave producer really believed him, and I can hardly resist getting excited about arguably the boldest summer blockbuster in years. The opening action is still very forced, but then for the next hour, four monkeys, whose CGI rendering is a CGI reality approaching perfection, track a military unit through a snowy landscape at a slow but cinematically precise and deliberate pace. All the while, they are driven by the best possible cinematic engine, i.e., the desire for revenge. It was clear that all would be forgiven and I just prayed that it would keep going like this, as Michael Giacchino conducts the minimalist retro score and the cinematography flirts with the turn of the sixth and seventh decades of the last century. And that’s not all. Woody Harrelson varies the best possible creation of khaki madness spewed from the heart of darkness, and after the famous dialogue with Caesar, the film jumps on the dark wave of the erratic nature of desired good and the lure of ambiguous evil to bring it to an epic end. Even amidst the cheesy interludes and pathos of heroic self-sacrifice, it still keeps a grim face that relies on heroes who are no longer amusing apes who can do funny gestures, but solid figures whose emerging evolutionary supremacy is not to be doubted. ()

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