Critic Review -

Only in a world where James Franco portrays Will Rodman, a brilliant biochemist working for a pharmaceutical company, can apes get the best of mankind.

December 23, 2011 Full Review Source: | Comments (9)


Max Simone

Max Simone

James Franco has a PhD from Yale. He's a pretty smart guy

Dec 29 - 10:58 PM

Eren Villa

Eren Villa

The apes don't get the best of mankind. They simply survive. That is what is so brilliant about this movie. Survival of the fittest.

Jan 8 - 12:18 AM

Benjamin Wood

Benjamin Wood

Hate to be a stickler here, but it is *our* world in which James Franco is portraying Will Rodman. The apes are coming!

I think the reviewer meant "only in a world in which James Franco is a brilliant biochemist..."

Feb 11 - 03:12 AM

Michael W.

Michael W

Hahaha FTW

Feb 11 - 04:51 PM

Tyler S.

Tyler Sweet

What world do we live in where James Franco doesn't portray Will Rodman?

Feb 16 - 09:10 PM


Matt Keirle

As an English graduate I am LOL @ this critic's grammatical faux pas, and its subsequent interpretations.

Jordan: perhaps you could develop a sister-site for (which sounds like it contains busty housewives not film reviews) - you could call it, as 'banging it out' merely serves to expose your rushed and ill-conceived nonsense.

PS - is this film really rotten? Come on, think about it.

Feb 18 - 09:59 AM

Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith

It's a bizarre review starting with "actually had potential due to our instinctual paranoia regarding losing our intellectual dominance over either animals or machines. He must be smoking some good stuff if he's paranoid about that.

Feb 21 - 06:32 AM

April Cragglemire

April Cragglemire

Sounds like the kind of arrogance that led to what happened in the film. Just saying.

Apr 21 - 12:42 PM

Maggie Ostler

Maggie Ostler

You sir, are both arrogant and ignorant.

Nov 3 - 01:31 PM

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