October 6, 2014
Rise of the Future for the Science Fiction Genre
“Get your stinking paws off of me, you damn dirty ape,” yelled Dodge concerned about if Ceasar was going to hurt him or abide by him like most animals. After being whipped across the body by the stun gun many times, Ceasar yelled angrily back at Dodge, “No!” What is this? This can not be, apes can not speak! While Dodge was trying to gather all of his thoughts together to figure out what had just happened, Ceasar knocked Dodge flat out on the ground. He then opened all the cages to let the other apes escape. They all ran from their cages, climbing up the one huge tree in the middle of the room they have to get to the windows, bursting through them to finally be free of that monstrous place. Ceasar leads them to the lab to let more apes go before further test are given on them, like they are lab rats. All these intelligent apes were running about lose, looking to take revenge on the scientists who had hurt them. Then they all headed towards The Redwood Forest to live amongst huge trees where they could jump from tree to tree as freely as they please. Even though they had to hurt a lot of people and fight their way through, they did not let a single thing stop them from being happy. All they wanted was to be normal apes again. Could apes really evolve into such creatures? Could a drug help apes gain this much knowledge to become more powerful than humans? This is why Rise of the Planet of the Apes is such a good science fiction film.
Science fiction films are unlike any other genre I have ever seen before. They give us some type of insight on how the future could develop and evolve, hope of a better world. Science fiction films are based on scientific processes that have not been proven yet. Rise of the Planet of the Apes has many examples that classifies it as a science fiction film. As seen in the movie, the science process is how the animals develop human qualities...
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