Roland Emmerich's WWII film is loud, proud but overwhelmingly hollow.
SPOILER - film contains Billboards...
Two years after vengeful ape Koba (Toby Kebbell) led a violent siege upon mankind as part of a coup against Caesar (Serkis) in Dawn, the war for the planet continues. Any hopes of peaceful coexistence are shattered when a failed assassination attempt on the ape leader by a group of human soldiers, led by a ruthless Colonel (Harrelson), leaves numerous apes dead. Overcome with anger, guilt, and grief, Caesar embarks on a vengeful mission of his own.
Lost in London, written, directed and starring Woody Harrelson, is a truly remarkable feat of modern filmmaking. Based on his very own experiences of a night he had in Soho in 2002, the film centres around Harrelson (playing himself) and his various run-ins with the law, angry taxi-drivers, and a few unexpected famous faces in unlikely places; each with equally hilarious consequences as he desperately attempts to keep the promise he made to his kids of a Harry Potter set visit.