As far as big blockbuster films goes, this is not the worst you’ll see. It’s quite flimsy in places and the plot becomes all too predictable, but I rather liked it. It was the sort of film I wasn’t constantly analysing throughout, I could just sit down and enjoy it. It asks some important questions and is paced well enough to aid character development so it wasn’t all that bad. The visuals are still very good, with Andy Serkis’ performance holding the film together at its core. There are countless flaws and plot holes, but it could’ve been much worse.