dawn of the planet of the apes

... holds second position in the list of movies I've watched with least human words. What movie holds first position? Wall-E, of course!

About DotPotA, there's something in this movie that doesn't sit right with me. After a coup against their leader (also an ape), apes attacked a human colony and made them prisoners. Some humans were able to ask for help from another place by radio, though.

In the meantime, the couped leader succeeded in returning to throne after having a duel with his couper. His guards freed human prisoners. Then a human told that peace-loving ape leader that a human troop was coming to help people there and that apes should run.

That ape king's answer astonished me. He implied that they couldn't return to their old home for fear that they would be hunted down. He said, "Humans will not forgive."

This movie is a tongue in cheek toward humanity. I think he was right. Even though it wasn't his fault, humans wouldn't care. For us humans, it's better safe than sorry, so he would be eliminated without second thought should we ever capture him. We humans would not listen to a small number of us who're trying to explain the truth. We would bully that small amount, call them crazy and incinerate them if needed. Most of all we would not forgive.

Or would we?

Note to self: find out how many apes are needed to change a light bulb. Your light bulb.