‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Review Rating | Box Office Collection Prediction : The latest Hollywood action flick ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’, which hit screens today, has the potential of engaging a major chunk of audiences in cinema halls. Revolving around an interesting battle-story of between the apes and humans, the celluloid narrates the conflicts between apes and humans. You will definitely like the story as it seems to be a new one.

Directed by Matt Reeves, the third installment of ‘Planet of the Apes reboot series’ won’t let you leave your seat in theatre as the mystery continues to make you stick to the film till the last moment. Written by Mark Bomback, storyline of the film has a massive capacity of indulging into a huge box office clash with newly released Hollywood flick ‘Spider-Man Homecoming’.

War for the Planet of the Apes Movie Review Rating by Freshbollywoodnews.com

First half of the movie is quite interesting as you see equally competent fighters on both side of the battle field. The war between apes and humans is really interesting to watch. The second half of this celluloid is also much enticing as it is nothing but the climax of the entire story. You’ll realise the uniqueness of the film’s plot in its second half.

After watching the war tactics and strategies applied by humans as well as apes to make their foes tangled for some while, you will feel that you’ve not wasted money by purchasing the tickets of this movie. I am sure that you all are going to love this movie because of the good direction and production work. Also, the screenplay and editing work is good. Till now, Morning shows reports are coming out positive for the movie.

War for the Planet of the Apes Movie Box Office Collection Prediction

Hitting on multiple number of screens in the domestic arena, the latest Hollywood movie ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ is expected to gross average earnings as newly released ‘Spider-Man Homecoming’ has a good hold in the cinema halls. Box office competition between the two much awaited films will affect the performance of both in domestic as well as overseas market.

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