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Rise of the Planet of the Apes and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: The Art of the Films

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The perfect companion forPlanets of the Apes fans tying in with the release of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, revealing the production photography and concept art behindRise of the Planet of the Apes andDawn of the Planet of the Apes. ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published July 8th 2014 by Titan Books (first published June 17th 2014)
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Jason L.
Oct 22, 2014 Jason L. rated it really liked it
So... I was incredibly pumped after the film. It features some greatest computer-animated characters of all time, one of the most intriguing conflicted relationships on screen as well as beautiful visuals and a straightforward but gripping storyline. Imagine someone yelling "Apes do Not Want WAR!" at class out of nowhere, and keep on sharing stills of the film on every social media I laid hands on. (I know, I know.) Unfortunately, it was CRIMINALLY UNDERRATED, all thanks to some trolls on iMDB p ...more
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Dec 18, 2014 Demarco Bohlen is currently reading it
THE PLANET OF THE APES
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The planet of the apes was a good book about an ape that was taking out of the lab because of experiments was being done and the scientist had made peace with the ape and grew a connection with the ape. To sum it up, a very powerful film falling just short of being a masterpiece. However, the only flaw in the film is that the film could have been just a bit longer! I am really hoping for a director's cut because there should have been a few more character develop
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Review: Guilty pleasure – cheesy 70s movies, including, yes, The Planet of the Apes. When the remake came around, there was no way I was going to go see it. No way. Nope.

So after seeing the movie (I know, I know), not only went to see Rise of the Planet of the Apes but was excited for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. The idea is still cheesy but the special effect
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Andrew
Jun 02, 2015 Andrew rated it really liked it
Another one of the artwork collections I was lucky enough to pick up for a fraction of the original price and even though this would not have been the first title I would have gone looking for it is amazing.

The book covers off both Rise and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and you can tell that no expense has been spared in the production of this book. The print and binding all exude quality which is what you would come to expect but what really caught my eye was the sheer volume of concept art a
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Cassie Hawkings
Okay, okay. I know I said Judy Greer's memoir would be the next thing in my Planet of the Apes collection to read but I had this sitting on my shelf and I couldn't resist. I bought this a few weeks ago and thought I would read it now.

I love Art of Film books. I even have one from the first part of The Hobbit. I loved everything about this book.

For anyone who hasn't seen Dawn but has or wants to get this book don't worry, there aren't any major spoilers, in fact there's a few hints on plot points
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Jayla Johnson
Love the movie, especially the special effects, so it was really interesting to see all the work that went into making the film.
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