War for the Planet of the Apes

War for the Planet of the Apes (2017)

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Corrected entry: When Caesar tries to throw the grenade, he takes out the pin, then he gets the arrow in his chest. The grenade touches the ground but doesn't explode, he takes it again and throws it at the fuel tank, and now it does explode.

oswal13

Correction: The grenade that he threw isn't an impact grenade and wouldn't go off just because it hit the ground. And pulling the pin doesn't activate the detonator either. Once the striker lever is released the percussion cap is struck, activating a chemical delay (or fuse). The delay on average is 2-6 seconds, but it could be longer depending on how it was made.

Bishop73

Continuity mistake: When the bald soldier gets into the cage of the apes, the amount of mud on his face changes between shots.

oswal13

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The Colonel: All of human history has lead to this moment. The irony is we created you. And nature has been punishing us ever since. This is our last stand. And if we lose... it will be a Planet of Apes.

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Trivia: The hairless ape gives the blonde kid the name "Nova" on a piece of metal. That's a reference to the 1968 version - in that film there was a girl with the same name.

oswal13

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Question: Did Caesar intentionally mean to kill winter the gorilla, or was he just trying to keep him silent from alerting the alpha omega soldiers?

Joey221995

Answer: He was trying to keep him quiet. He was likely more aggressive about it than he would have been, had his family not been murdered.

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