Starring: Andy Serkis, Steve Zahn, Woody HarrelsonPlot: The Apes, under Caesar, must continue they attempt for survival while being hunted by the most deadly predator of them all... man! As always, spoilers may happen.Review: So I've been a defender of these movies since the Dawn... of the planet of the apes movie with James Franco in it. I have seen them fall, have seen the Rise... of the planet of the apes film and will now likely still go to bat... no, to war for the planet of the apes. See what I did there, because I'm so amazingly clever? That's how the movie starts, almost exactly as I wrote it. Not the best opening.But at the same time, I really did kind of enjoy the scene right after as it was sort of a war scene, which I'm not normally a fan of, but it had CGI apes, so I was for sure on board. I like seeing the primitive apes against the humans and like even more that they paint the apes to be the good guys of the movies, though for those of us who know the original series, the apes are certainly not heroes.I think this is a fun series that got revamped after a brutal attempt of a revamp in the past, starring Mark Wahlberg(not his fault, he's the man) and I think that it's really fun while being outlandish, but not the most unrealistic thing ever. That being said, there were children in the theatre at the same time when i saw it and I must say right off the bat... don't bring kids to see this movie. There's a lot of death or human and primate alike. I mean, it has the word WAR in the title people! Use your head.The main plot of the movie is based around the "war" that the humans are fighting against the apes and that the apes are trying to not fight against humans. But things go awry and it's not as simple as you leave me alone and I'll leave you alone sadly. It ends up being not a bad movie at all, but has one or two plot holes left in it. A couple questions and concerns that all make the movie worse if you're asking while watching it.---------------spoilers-----------In continuity with the second one, Simian Flu has very much eradicated most of the human race, leaving behind seemingly just soldiers? Right, don't ask. But what's worse is that every human alive is carrying the virus inside them and there is a mutation in the virus that is somehow taking away their ability to talk and almost devolving them? Oh yeah, don't ask. Those are two big questions, but I won't ask a third one because I want people to enjoy this movie.The CGI was obviously immaculate, it's 50% or more CGI so I would hope it's amazing.The music seemed very much so reminiscent of the original series to me, lots of piano and things. That is until Woody Harrelson puts on Jimi Hendrix of course.Good acting, there was a comedic monkey in the group voiced by Steve Zahn and I am unsure if I was really happy with the monkey or really sad with his placement. Seemed a weird thing to happen in a movie like this, but still enjoyable. He also gives one of the best thumbs up I've ever seen in movie history.I'd say you should see this movie if you've seen the other two, it's really fun to see apes kicking ass and was enjoyable throughout. That being said, there still isn't one of those little tiny monkeys that can like... fit on your thumb in the movies. In the next one I want a tiny battalion of tiny monkeys that are all like fucking ninjas or something ridiculous like that! But that may be just me.Give it a go, worthwhile movie.