My human-owner, @BlazingMinds, has promised to take me to the new revamped Apollo Cinema in Rhyl for a while and last night she took me to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
It’s the first time I’ve been to the Apollo Cinema and it is an amazing place, the work that has been done to the place is brilliant, it’s clean, modern looking and the staff are brilliant and I did see a few of them looking at me while I was carried around in my human-owner bag (I do have little legs and the walking really tires me out). Though none of them said hello, oh well may be next time
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
So a pharmaceutical company (Gen Sys) develops what they think is the cure for Alzeihmers, an ape known as “Bright Eyes” is given a virus called ALZ-112, but the ape goes on the rampage before a board meeting, ending in her death and several other of the test subjects, later we find that she hadn’t gone mad, but, was protecting her unborn baby, Caesar.
So the baby Caesar is taken home with Will Rodman (James Franco) where he lives with his fatherCharles (John Lithgow) and there we see Caesar growing up and becoming more and more intelligent over the time he’s there.
Up until the point when Charles is in a heated argument with his neighbour Hunsiker (David Hewlett), at which point Caesar attack Hunsiker, this is in turn has Caesar placed in an awful caged place with other apes.
And the uprising starts!
So What Did This Little Bear Think Of The Movie?
I have to say that for a little bear there were some scenes in the film that made me a little scared, such as the loud roars and the rampage that the Apes go on for their freedom, but in fairness, I think I would have done the same.
But I did really enjoy Rise of the Planet of the Apes and though I would’nt recommend small children or young bears to go and see it, it is an enjoyable film to watch.
So it’s a big paws up from me for Rise of the Planet of the Apes and another big paws up for @ApolloCinemas Rhyl for a brilliant night out