Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes Reviews
As such, the first portion of this film follows Caesar and his new family living in the forest, and is largely dialogue free, with the apes communicating by sign language.
That changes, however, when a small enclave of survivors stumble across the Apes, leading to (effectively) a clash of cultures.
Overall, I found this to be somewhat slower than the first film; never really capturing my attention as much. That's not to say that it is a bad film, just not as good as the first (then again, sequels rarely are!).