September 21, 2011
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Evolution Becomes Revolution
A story of love and finding where you belong
The plan was to write the review and scheduled it for Monday…but I just remember that I have other thing to write on Monday…so, I wrote and posted my review of Rise of the Planet of The Apes today.
I don’t know if you paid attention to my movie review or not, but if you do you’ll find that some were written in group while few were written as individual post. This difference way of writing happened because this individual post was meant for outstanding movies. So, you can clearly guess how I feel about Rise of the Planet of The Apes.
I have heard about the making of this movie since last year, but I wasn’t that intrigued to see it. And then I saw the trailer, either in Anomalous Material or Hollywood Spy (I no longer sure where), the moment I saw the trailer, I was hooked. I wanted to see it sooo bad even though I wasn’t a fan of The Planet of the Apes (I saw it long time ago, I couldn’t even remember the details anymore, hoping a TVchannel would kindly enough play it again). As I have said it in AM, trailer is a big influence in my way of choosing a movie to watch. Rise of the Planet of The apes has entered my long list of satisfying judgment through trailer.
I add the tagline of the movie with a story of love and finding where you belong because that is how I see the movie.
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