Subtitle Planet Of The Apes _VERIFIED_
I just rented War for the Planet of the Apes on Google Play. If I watch without subtitles, there are quite long scenes purely in sign language, which feels a little odd. If I turn on the English subs, the sign language is subtitled (but so is the rest of the movie).
subtitle Planet of the Apes
I saw this in an IMAX in India, and no there were no subtitles in the movie. I thought that this was a big mistake on the part of the studio and crew,as key moments and conversations happened with sign language. I haven't bought it's Blu Ray, that might have forced subtitles.
"One last chance for peace.".A group of scientists in San Francisco struggle to stay alive in the aftermath of a plague that is wiping out humanity, while Caesar tries to maintain dominance over his community of intelligent apes.
"Somewhere in the Universe, there must be something better than man!".Taylor and two other astronauts come out of deep hibernation to find that their ship has crashed. Escaping with little more than clothes they find that they have landed on a planet where men are pre-lingual and uncivilized while apes have learned speech and technology. Taylor is captured and taken to the city of the apes after damaging his throat so that he is silent and cannot communicate with the apes.
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Caesar and his apes are forced into a deadly conflict with an army of humans led by a ruthless Colonel. After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own mythic quest to avenge his kind. As the journey finally brings them face to face, Caesar and the Colonel are pitted against each other in an epic battle that will determine the fate of both their species and the future of the planet.
The movie stars James Franco as Dr. Will Rodman, a scientist who is using apes to drug test a chemical in the hopes of finding a cure to Alzheimer's. When the latest strain of the drug seems to work wonders on the mental capabilities of a chimpanzee, Rodman takes his findings to the company's board of directors to get approval for human testing. However, the chimp in question breaks out of her cage and goes on a rampage, causing her to have to be put down by the staff and leading to the board's rejection of any further testing. It turns out that the chimp was only protecting her newborn baby - whom Will takes home after the order is given to put down all the other apes at the facility.
Years pass and Will notes that his father's system is building up antibodies to the drug and he's starting to lapse. Before he can address working on a stronger drug, Caesar gets into trouble when he attacks a neighbor for yelling at Charles when Charles inadvertently tries to drive off in the neighbor's car. The incident is violent enough (Caesar actually bites off the neighbor's finger) to get the chimpanzee sent to a local facility where normal apes are kept but treated brutally by one of the workers there, named Dodge (Tom Felton). It isn't long before Caesar is plotting his escape...including plans to free all the other apes as well.
The biggest technical leap this movie takes over its predecessors is the use of motion-capture and CGI for the ape performances. Actor Andy Serkis (best known before this movie's release for his motion-capture work as Gollum in the Lord of the Rings movies) performs Caesar here, and one need only check out the bonus materials on this release to see just how much of the CGI Caesar we see in the movie is a mirror of Serkis's performance. Despite the fact that the apes are computer creations (the F/X work is good overall, but there are a number of shots where the illusion isn't as natural looking), the movie still proves to be the most "realistic" Apes film to date (not counting the sequels to this movie, of course), nixing the ol' actors in suits concept - which was something audiences were certainly used to but, let's be honest, never really looked like actual apes.
Another slight downside for the 4K image is that the increase in detail also means the special effects are much more apparent. While much of the CGI work in Rise of the Planet of the Apes is impressive, other shots (usually when there are a bunch of apes moving in one scene) are a little less impressive and during those moments it's obvious to the viewer that he/she is watching computer-rendered creatures as opposed to the illusion of the real thing.
The featured audio option here is an English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio track, which means that - no - 20th Century Fox didn't opt for an Atmos update of the soundtrack, which may be disappointing to some/most that have Atmos set-ups at home (this reviewer does not, so I was less upset). While a 5.1 track certainly presents some limitations for those with primo home theaters, as far as 5.1 renderings go, this is about as good as it gets. There's a wonderful feeling of immersion in many scenes - particularly scenes that take place out in jungle or forest areas, and specifically during the movie's climax on the Golden Gate bridge. I was especially impressed with how the track makes use of LFE (that's the low-end sound that comes through one's subwoofer) via the roar of various apes.
Just as Tony Scott's The Taking of Pelham 123 has the temerity to trifle with that film's clever pay-off, so Burton's film provided a finale that he later admitted he didn't understand. The original, of course, sees Heston realise that he's still on Earth when he sees the half-sunken Statue of Liberty. In Burton-land, Wahlberg is catapulted back in time to a Washington DC run by apes, with an Abraham Lincoln-like monument erected to his ape-nemesis from the future, General Thade. Answers on a postcard if you can explain the logic behind that. 041b061a72