The Director of the final part of the trilogy has once again become Matt Reeves, who directed the previous film of the franchise "planet of the apes: the Revolution", and rewarded with warm reviews from critics. Examining fresh reviews, DELFI found that new kinoraboty critics have taken altogether a great success, expressing a striking and very rare unanimity.
Very intelligent, moral, thoughtful and often very beautiful film.
Intriguing, sad, and sensually played by actors with monkeys and narrated with great visual persuasiveness of film.
Andy Serkis is wonderful, but sometimes absolutely heartbreaking in the role of leader of the apes Caesar. Supporting actors are also trying, and everyone gets their moment in the spotlight.
Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times
"Planet of the apes: War" – the newly made film, boldly created under the epic scale. As if the filmmakers forgot to tell you that Hollywood no longer takes an impressive movie.
With all due respect to fans of the original series: a new film – a perfect example of how today's picture is placed on the shoulder of the good old classics.
Sara Stewart, New York Post
Tape triumphantly completes one of the most historic trilogies in modern cinema.
Jeffrey Lyles, Lyles' Movie Files
Thanks to today's best computer technology to motion capture, "War" successfully makes us empathize with the apes and their odds.
Jonathan W. Hickman, Daily Film Fix
The magic of film is that it perfectly works on different levels.
The special effects are great and long scenes, and the correct rhythm give "War" a veil of old-school epic picture. However, there is something sociopathic in how heroically portrayed the overthrow of humanity.
Daniel Barnes, Sacramento News & Review
What in the end is from "Planet apes: War" – all-consuming, very intelligent finale.
Tim Grierson, Paste Magazine
I see a lot of paintings built on huge special effects – it's an occupational hazard. I'd like to see many applied the approach used in the "War" to make the effects invisible and just tell a good story.
Norman Wilner, NOW Toronto
"Planet of the apes: War," the summer blockbuster, told so skillfully that the film entertains, and presents ideas and thought-provoking about how humanity developed, as we used to think.
Bob Bloom, Journal and Courier
Sentimentality on the screen at times borders on sakhalinneft, but unbridled action, bright picture and excellent design it's easy to compensate.
Steve Newton, Georgia Straight
Recommend without any reservations.
Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune