Original > Dawn > Escape > Beneath = Rise > Remake > Conquest >>>> Battle
This can't be disputed.
>Watch Dawn once
The best blockbuster of the year, I love it.
>See it again a week later
Completely bored by the experience and have zero desire to ever see it again in my life.
I don't even know what my opinion of it is anymore. I sure as hell don't want to ever look at it again.
I remember liking Rise a lot the first time, but I watched it again and everything outside of Caeser's plotline is awful. All the human characters are bad. James Franco sleepwalks through the movie, his love interest is the most pointless character I can think of in a movie, Draco Malfoy is a badly acted ridiculous cartoon character. All the stuff with the virus spreading is contrived to the point that it's funny.
It works only because every human character is enormously retarded.
You're maybe too engaged with Caesar the first time around, but the second time you can't ignore it.
Dawn gets better distinction by being "Battle but not completely horrible"
2. Conquest (Director's Cut)
7. Live action TV show
8. Opening sequence of the animated series
10. Actual animated series
11. Burton's Blunder
Based on these trips, I think we all know who posted this.
>That scene in Dawn where Caesar finds footage of him and James Franco from before he became super intelligent
Here's the good about Battle.
>the deleted Mutant scenes that were placed back into the extended cut
>the Lawgiver framing device
>Caesar losing his shit
The good about Burton
>decidedly original story not paying too much tribute
>really great make up effects
>really just the art design in general
>harkens back to the original's blunt social commentary with humor
Remake had the most fuckable girl apes.
The third one is called War and will be about Caesar again too. And maybe his downfall. I can see them going back to Deihn's notes for the original movies.
The fourth most likely, if they do one, will be the astronauts.
>"Happy birthday, Kate! I found this really cool poster of you online."