If you have watched the Rise of the Planet of the Apes , you should watch the sequel, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. This sequel has the magic touch in it that comprises the family issue, the principles of living, friendship and trust. Basically, the plot is quite simple. A deadly virus has destroyed mankind and a large group of survivors, which lives in San Francisco try to restore the power to the city they lived. A small group formed ,which is led by Malcolm ( Jason Clarke) tries to gain access to the dam for the purpose but has confronted Caesar, the main Ape of the show that has lived peacefully in the woods. Caesar, a grown up Ape with a son (since Rise of the Planet of the Apes), named Blue Eyes has led a troop of Apes. How's his confrontation with human since he lost in touch with human for so long? What could it lead to? I won't spoil much but leave it to you all.
In Caesar's role ,which is voiced by Andy Serkis (Gollum's voice in the Hobbit) has portrayed a non lesser than the intelligence of a human.
Caesar brings out the in-depth emotional side of a character in which the real life we couldn't really find such ape. In life , we hope to find such companion that could understand us like Caesar do as he could understand our language and speak to us. In fact, human is not much different than the apes and believed that mankind are once evolved from apes.
In this ending, it has paved its path for the next sequel which is expected to released in 2016. Overall i like this movie franchise a lot as it brings out a lot of interaction with human and apes and i still prefer the Rise of the Planet of the Apes solely on plot. I will anticipate for the next one. What do you think of this show?