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Technology has made the Rise of the planet of the Apes a visual treat
This movie is a far cry from Tim Burton's half-hearted previous attempt. Ceaser the chimp, is sure to win the heart of the audience this Friday night.

THE RISE of the Planet of Apes released today much to the anticipation of its makers. Since the last attempt was a total failure, this time the makers were quite careful to give it a complete different approach from any of the Planet of Apes made so far. The reviews of the movie are good as the latest technology has been used by the film makers to give the audience a visual treat.

According to critics, this movie has reaffirmed the faith, which the lacklustre last movie of Tim Burton has destroyed. The initial five movies of the Planets were cult classics, and even the badly dressed zipped in humans in Ape’s costumes were accepted. This time, however, the director has left no stone unturned. They have come up with a sensible and almost plausible story with a really emotional ape and a sensitive doctor.

This film, which is grounded and realistic also, gives a message. The 127 Hours 33-year-old actor James Franco, plays the character of Will Rodman, the scientist who takes care of a special chimpanzee Ceaser. Will, whose father has Alzheimer, wants to find a cure for the disease and hence tests on Chimpanzees, and it is after some lab work that Ceaser is born. But after some complications all the Chimpanzees for the experiment have to be destroyed, but Franco keeps Ceaser with him.

Thus starts the human part of the story where the audience see the beautiful relationship between man and wild. Ceaser becomes Will’s life and they communicate at much more higher levels than mere language. James has portrayed the character to perfection showing the fatherly nature towards the Chimp, and tries to save his own father. Giving out any more of the story would be really not fair to the audience as this is a movie worth watching.

The man behind the animated people of Avatar is back to his elements again with the Rise of the Planets of Ape. Andy Serkis has done everything in his power to make Ceaser possible and he has done this in a way as if he has given life to the virtual Chimp. Thanks to him Ceaser on screen is an adorable Chimp with all the emotions and sensitivities. The technology used by him reflects on the screen, and this has made the Rise of the Planet of Apes from a good movie to an excellent one.

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