Transcript for Insomniac Theater: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' and 'Boyhood'
Now -- on the -- -- two movies opening this weekend of the way that sounds I wanna say in the British accent Stockton but Dalton have added to the case. Starring Jason Clark Gary Oldman Gary Russell does not sound right at it's a sequel to the 2011 -- rise of the planet of the apes. A growing nation of genetically involved apes is threatened by -- -- of human survivors. -- -- devastating virus both sides are brought to the brink of the war over who will emerge as the -- dominant species. Just look like just -- to. -- Thank -- -- by I am I not remember a season from the previous one while he's back in the critics are loving this film rotten tomatoes gives it 92%. Thumbs up next big. Peter -- of the Toronto star writing. Dawn of the planet of the aids is the best and -- as blockbuster the summer the kind of movie you hope for. When you pay your money and buy your popcorn. Actually -- and in. But that's saying something that it was tough finding a bad review but then there was the zinger by -- Rafer Guzman of Newsday. He wrote the tone as dire the visuals darkened do me. And the pace typically slow all the first two would be a good thing for this movie about a third one. -- -- -- next to what could be the feel good movie of the year boyhood. Starring Ethan Hawke and Petit sharp cat it was filmed over twelve years with the same -- it's -- groundbreaking coming of age story. A -- child grows up right before our eyes on the screen. The movie is described as both nostalgic time castle and an -- two growing up and parenting. Talk to me. Samantha how was -- week. I don't know Dennis Santa Catalina Island broke up an analyst kind of -- -- because she -- -- talking to Billy in the cafeteria. Remember the sculpture was working on well it was unicorn and though Horne broke off so there was a zebra. And it's unanimous critical -- lot of Boylan giving it a stunning 100% thumbs up on rotten tomatoes in fact we couldn't find any bad reviews. In salon dot com there isn't anything else quite like boy -- In the history of cinema. And Betsy Sharkey of Los Angeles Times writes an extraordinary. Intimate portrait of a life unfolding and an exceptional and conventional filled. In which not much else occurs never has so little. Men so -- --
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