Saturday, August 13, 2011

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) review

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"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is the correct one. Smart, funny and very nice, and a different model for summer entertaining without offending your intelligence. Skillfully blending the latest technology in an old story elements, is also the origin of the story, which answers the question, which was suspended in the air since 1968: how it was that regulates the monkeys?

That year, starring Charlton Heston, "Planet of the Apes" (based on the novel by Pierre Boulle), postulated a world in which the monkeys were responsible and the people were in cages. The film was popular enough to spawn four follow-ups, and directed by Tim Burton's remake, but this latest project, which reveals how it all started to go wrong for us and good for them, things will take a whole new level different.

"Rise of the Planet of the Apes" is as good as it is partly because it is strong in these areas, all movies, not just the summer blockbuster should have. It's actually written by the team of Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, well done both with stars like James Franco and John Lithgow and support players who protean Brian Cox.

There are Caesar's, the godfather of all future apedom, we are in first place, but his mother, Bright Eyes. Is captured in a jungle full and returned to San Francisco to be part of an ongoing experiment given by a scientist (an appropriately serious Franco) used by the pharmaceutical company Gen-Sys.

I would Rodman, who worked for 51 / 2 years in a drug that allow brain cells to repair themselves and be a cure for Alzheimer's disease. When serum Finally, ALZ-112, provides a striking improvement in cognitive abilities of Bright Eyes', Will can barely contain his excitement.

But before the test can begin crucial human, something unfortunate happens, and the project is abandoned, which is especially hard on the will, because his father (Lithgow) has dementia and to go from bad to worse.

Circumstances conspire, as they tend to do in movies like this, to ensure that Caesar's son Will Spirits Bright Eyes "from the laboratory and raised at home. He can not resist putting the hand ALZ-112 enough to start injecting chimpanzees and her father. The results are remarkable at first, but unlike the people on screen (including Frieda Pinto is a veterinarian comely and abuse of monkeys Cox ') in the public, we know that renewable playing with fire.

British director Rupert Wyatt previous function has been the great drama of the jail-break "The Escapist", but it proved a wise choice to make a film about an entire species to be free from restraint eons, one who understands some of the most powerful species and nature of conflicts since Alfred Hitchcock "The Birds".

A director who knows how to bring the drive and momentum to the material he associates with, Wyatt is working with editors, Conrad Buff, Mark Goldblatt (both veterans of several projects of James Cameron) to create a sense Crackerjack rhythm. And filmmaker Andrew Lesni who shot the "Lord of the Rings" films, the "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" an exciting big-screen feel, while many moments of bravura visual.

Lesnie film role was difficult to use large state-of-the-art computer technology, an exceptional combination of performance and motion capture to capture (and facial expressions), which makes the 150 or so digital has created a truly amazing monkeys.

Visual effects supervisor Joe Letteri (four times Oscar winner) and Dan Lemmon (both with New Zealand's Weta Digital) developed the technology used by the "Avatar" and it took another. For the first time we are told that the capture of performance was used in the direct sunlight in the real world rather than part of a soundstage.

All this technology is not as dazzling as it is without the work of the actors (some of Cirque du Soleil) using the motion capture suits, especially the redoubtable Andy Serkis, Gollum in "Lord of the Rings." Caesar is played, which passes a hug "Project Nim" type chimpanzee-than-must-be-obeyed.

All visual razzmatazz, which contains exciting episodes filmed on the football field-sized copy of the Golden Gate Bridge built outside of Vancouver, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" can be subtle as well, including a small visual reference to the movie 1968, that goes unnoticed by those who have not seen the original.

Cunning is a code word when it comes to expressions of the Emperor and other primates, a group that includes orangutans named Maurice (Karin Konoval), a working knowledge of sign language allows the public to have the mind of Caesar in the Window two messages.

Caesar's facial expressions, which include disturbing the look of cold calculation, which is the highlight of the film's trailer, the following is the key to the complex and contradictory that chimpanzees were very special mood.
Trailer:

Director: Rupert Wyatt

Writers: Pierre Boulle (suggested by novel "La plan├Ęte des singes"), Rick Jaffa, and 1 more credit »

Stars: James Franco, Andy Serkis and Freida Pinto

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