INSOMNIAC THEATER: 'Planet of the Apes' and 'Lady Macbeth'

Check out two movies hitting the box office this weekend.
2:58 | 07/14/17

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Transcript for INSOMNIAC THEATER: 'Planet of the Apes' and 'Lady Macbeth'
Now insomniac theatre previewing two movies opening this weekend yet this morning we're gonna start with the third chapter of the current. Planet of the apes franchise and described as a grimace episode so far. War for the planet of the apes stars Andy Serkis of course Woody Harrelson and teens on. Movie picks the apes and humans in the ultimate battle for control. For. Please join me. The critics are mostly loving war for the planet of the apes giving it a 94%. Certified. Fresh rating on rotten tomatoes. AO Scott calls it a superpower a superb example rare in this error sloppily constructed and commercially heads cinematic universe is. Clear thinking wedded. To invent this technique well. Yeah and Orlando and Maldonado calls it a polished diamond in the middle of disposable summer garbage. The blizzards it's less Fraser. That and more like and then there's not a lot of crap if if if it. Well next to what's being called by one critic as a hunting. Angry vision of feminine rebellion. It's based on a Russian Novella inspired by the Shakespearean character lady make that. It transpires in role rural England in 1865. Catherine stifled by her loveless marriage begins an affair with a young worker on her husband's estate. But her last unleashes a psychopathic urge to kill hope to get what she months. You know issuing plaudits from new life's passed you. Q Helen I would it's funny you. The cost. The decision has agreed to this guy. The drug stuff you read it. Happy dental field. Well there's no doubt how the critics feel they're getting a lady Macbeth a solid 89%. Certain right breast. On rotten tomatoes Peter Bradshaw calls it a brilliant brilliantly chilling subversion of the classic. Peter Travers calls it a pitch perfect period piece thriller. And we're trying to throw back to our lady Macbeth days and I realized. All the quotes and they know. To be or not to being me you know we're fourth are now they're offering others for help from of appearances out Al dams hot might so what does that tell you where they eyes. I know I mean this.

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