War for the Planet of the Apes

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.

Audio problem: When Caesar and his companions come over to the lone soldier by the huts, carrying firewood, he puts the wood down and grabs for his gun. The sound of automatic fire is heard as he is shot, but when Caesar (the shooter) comes into view, he is carrying a pump-action shotgun.

Twotall

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Suggested correction: Caesar shoots him just once, other shots were made by the man himself from his firearm.

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Caesar: I did not start this war. But I will finish it.

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Trivia: In the opening scene, one of the soldiers has "Bedtime for Bonzo" written on his helmet. This is a reference to the film with Ronald Reagan about an intelligent chimp.

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