The Movie 'Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes'

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Rise of the Planet of the Apes The movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes is an incredible science fiction movie that not only exposes the fault of the human mind, but also demonstrates a completely original structure and a unique point of view on an apocalyptic type film. The movie is based around a young scientist, Will Rodman, whom is in pursuit to find a cure for Alzheimer’s in hopes to cure his very sick father (Charles Rodman). He works in a science lab where their main test subjects are apes. When the initial tests go sour and one ape in the lab lashes out at another scientist causing chaos throughout the entire lab, all but one of the apes were euthanized. The ape that did not get killed was rescued by Will, and named Caesar. Will notices that Caesar is unusually smart, even for an ape, that is when he discovers that the effects of the medicine that was given to Caesar’s mother (ALZ-112) had been passed on to Caesar himself. Will, who had been sitting by without hope, watching his father get more, and more ill, decides to go back to the lab and retrieve some of the ALZ-112. He hopes that he can begin to treat his father with the medicine and see results, like the ones he had witnessed in Caesar. To his wishes, he saw just that, his father had regained almost full health. It was almost as if his Alzheimer’s…show more content…
In fact, in some cases, it will work to progress the development of an entirely different species. Although, that may sound like the synopsis of any classic zombie movie, zombies are not the species that is being referenced in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”. The species in the instance of this film is apes. Big, scary, smart, apes. Much like many zombie films, these apes take over the planet by taking advantage of human invention, and they do so in a way that will perhaps send a bit of fear to the

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