Gary Oldman, Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke and Keri Russell star in this thrilling next chapter of The Planet of the Apes. It is 2026, and humanity has been pushed to near extinction by a deadly virus. When a group of survivors desperate to find a new source of power travel into the woods near San Francisco, they discover a highly evolved community of intelligent apes led by Caesar (Andy Serkis). The two species form a fragile peace but dissention grows and the groups find themselves hurtling toward all-out war.
**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**Journey to Dawn
**Andy Serkis: Rediscovering Caesar
**Humans and Apes: The Cast of Dawn
**The World of Dawn
**The Ape Community
**Move Like An Ape: An Artist's Medium
**Weta and Dawn
**The Fight For A New Dawn
**Audio Commentary by Matt Reeves
Cast & Crew
This just might be the most engrossing, the smartest and the most daring "Apes" movie ever put on film.
For the next installment, it might be wisest to forgo our own species altogether and make it all-ape. It is, after all, the logical next step in this particular cinematic evolution.
One of the most intelligent and entertaining big-studio releases of the summer so far.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes gets to be exciting and to say something about the world instead of merely blowing it up. The apes are among the more intellectually complex characters you're likely to spend time with this summer.
What's striking about this new film is that it lays out the message-mongering in such a way that you can enjoy the movie equally well on a purely action level.
It is certainly thrilling to see how Reeves and his CGI wizards bring their hordes of apes to life. Honestly, if I didn't know they were computerized, I'd have thought they'd brought off an evolutionary miracle.
It's incredible. It sets the standard for blockbuster action movies, and manages to be even better than its predecessor.