Just to let you know before we go any further, this title of the film that I am about to review about hasn’t been released yet and doesn’t
have an official release and hope you will be able to hold your horses
as you can concentrate on collecting your petty cash to have this
Blu-ray DVD of Rise of the Apes
so that when it gets out you stand a fat chance to be one the early
birdies to have before the wider public does so. This 2011 American
Sci-fi film which is a reboot of its serial function, was directed by
Rupert Wyatt and concentrates around the character of the San Francisco
scientist by the name of Will Rodman (James Franco) who works at a
pharmaceutical company called Gen-Sysa and has been trying to develop a
cure for Alzheimer's disease by testing a genetically
engineered retrovirus on chimpanzees. The virus mutates the chimpanzees,
giving them a human level of intelligence. The most successful subject,
a female chimpanzee named Bright Eyes (Terry Notary), goes on a rampage
because she believes her baby, to whom she secretly gave birth, is
threatened; she is killed disrupting a board meeting where Will is
presenting the cure.
Will's boss Steven Jacobs (David Oyelowo) orders subordinate Robert Franklin (Tyler Labine) to put all the test chimpanzees down; Franklin cannot bring himself to kill the baby chimp and instead gives him to Will. His father names him Caesar (Andy Serkis) and Will raises him in his house. Caesar has inherited his mother's high intelligence and learns and develops quickly. As he outgrows his surroundings and disturbs their neighbor Hunsiker (David Hewlett), Will frequently takes him to the redwood forest at Muir Woods National Monument, but his intelligence begins to sour him to his status as a human "pet."
The film will definitely going to mesmerize you to bits and move you to the thrills and do make sure you have yourself this DVD by starting to place your preorder today so that you get it first thing first when it gets out and waste no further time hey!