PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
A substance, designed to help the brain repair itself, gives rise to a super-intelligent chimp who leads an ape uprising.
This is Terry Notary's second Apes film where he is a stunt double and movement coach (the first was Planet of the Apes (2001)), and the first where he is a stunt coordinator and an actor (playing Rocket and Bright Eyes).
Okay, okay. Here you go. And let's go again.
Will Rodman: Which one's this? Number nine?
Robert Franklin: Yeah, this is number nine. Bright Eyes, we call her. Are you watching this? This is unbelievable.
Robert Franklin: Oh, my God. Oh, my God.
Will Rodman: How many moves was that?
Robert Franklin: 20.
Robert Franklin: Yeah, a perfect score ...
When Caesar is taken to a primate shelter in San Bruno, south of San Francisco, at one point he looks through the facility's windows and sees the Golden Gate Bridge. Later he escapes from the shelter and stands on its roof, looking at the lights of downtown San Francisco. Both of these views are impossible because the San Bruno mountains, north of San Bruno, entirely block any sight of San Francisco from there.
The end credits appear over a map, showing the virus spreading around the world.
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$54,806,191 (USA) (5 August 2011)
$176,740,650 (USA) (16 December 2011)
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