Time continues but it seems to be the only constant. Ten years after the development of ALZ-113 (modified ALZ-112), humanity has paid the ultimate price. The apes have developed their personal abilities and are still led by Caesar. Humanity does have some survivors but they are desperate. War is never as simple as right/wrong, good/bad... It always has complexities. We hate them because of the Simian Flu (HSN1), yet we developed the drug that caused it. They hate us because of the testing and torture that they endured. Both sides hold their ground until a small group of individuals proves that there are good humans. Caesar is reluctant but agrees to work together to restore a vital resource. Koba is threatened by this and his actions cause the battle which leads to the war. We see that their lives aren't so different from our own but because of the actions of Koba... Life will never be the same. They say you can never go home again, but going home puts the pieces together. Will we ever be able to live in peace... Only TIME will tell... A well-told sequel to "Rise of the Planet of the Apes", lines and alliances are clearly drawn and roles are clearly defined. Violence throughout adds to the story but also earns the rating PG-13. There is an underlying tone from the apes that guns are bad, but that's not the focus. I'm looking forward to seeing if there's another one in the works.