While he is right about the humans, HE proves that he is wrong about apes. He proves that he is no better than humans (by killing another ape) and therefore proves that apes are no better than humans
I think if not for the humans who stumbled onto the apes' turf, Koba would've never regressed to his psychopathic and violent self which had remained suppressed prior to then.
sir, look back in the past and you'll find the world is a hell of alot better than it used to be
The message of the last movie, though, was that the apes are the same as the humans. No better, no worse.
Indeed. Most people, not everyone of course, but most people are either too ignorant, arrogant, or are just too blind by their own perspectives to see the bigger picture.
A cycle of hatred that would keep people from truly understanding one another. He realized that mankind would be better off being in a dreamlike state. That way there would be no more conflict because everyone would be practically in suspended animation. Therefore, the world would be finally at peace.
Indeed. And the thing about Madara was that, while he didn't hate mankind, he realized that in the current state the world was in, humanity couldn't be trusted with its own freedom. In essence, he wanted to save humanity from itself. So, he came up with a plan that would have everyone be put under a dreamlike state where they wouldn't have fight or argue with each other. That way, he saved lives by having removed the source of conflict all together.
When you really think about it, it wasn't that bad of a plan.
Oh, and people in general, can sometimes prove to be annoying. That can tie into them being so ignorant, uptight, arrogant, etc.
Although I agree he has suffered at the hands of humans and only seen their bad side unlike Caesar I wouldn't side with him. He thinks all humans are evil but he acts like a human baddie when he tries to kill Caesar and starts a war between apes and humans.
Indeed. Almost forgot about this, but on top of complaining about pretty much EVERYTHING, people today are also very greedy and see themselves as self entitled. For example, when movies comes out, and everything points to that particular movie being good, there are people who will claim that the movie is horrible or going to be a disappointment. They'll say how a movie or video game should be this particular way, and if not, it's going to be bad. Like really? Examples : War for the Planet of the Apes or Alien Covenant.
And back to people being greedy, it seems that on top of everything else, they just can't have enough. There are some who claim that they need more and more of something. When really, that couldn't be further from the truth.
He killed Ash! Conversation over.
If Caesar threw Ash over the side like that, would you side with Caesar?
Oh yes. It sure seems that way. Through, their are people who don't see the underlining message in this movie.
I just realized something too by watching the trailer. When you really look at the history of the world, mainly human history, it's a history of violents. People can't seem to stop and think things through. They rather get into conflicts rather than looking for diplomatic solutions. Especially today.
I try telling people that if we don't try to change for the better, it will only lead to disaster. Unfortunately, they don't see it like that. As this past election pretty much exemplified, they want change but in the worst possible way.
This is why I'm glad people don't have super human abilities. If we did, there would conflicts every single day, but worst.