PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
A substance designed to help the brain repair itself gives advanced intelligence to a chimpanzee who leads an ape uprising.
Rocket was mistakenly described by Andy Serkis as a baboon, even though he is a chimpanzee and baboons are not apes, rather they are large monkeys.
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 ...
The experimental drugs in the movie were ALZ-112 and ALZ-113. The "ALZ" prefix was in reference to what the drug was designed to treat, Alzheimer's Disease. In the pharmaceutical industry, however, drugs in development are named with a prefix that is an abbreviation for the company developing it. Since the company's name was Gen-sys, a drug name of "GNS-112" would be plausible.
The end credits appear over a map, showing the virus spreading around the world.
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