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I have depression and suicidal thoughts. Back when the Hobbit movie(s) were first announced, they were so far off that I thought there was no way I would survive to see even the first one, never mind the third. And as each movie has come out, I’ve thought “Well, I may not get to see the end, but at least I saw that one.” Now that the third is just a few months away, I’m legitimately surprised that I’m around to see it. I’m not better, but at least I’ll probably see it.

*stay strong, you can overcome it <3

Finally saw the last film.

I’m not going to write a review just yet; I need time to gather my thoughts and feelings about what I’ve just witnessed. But overall I really liked it. I mean, yeah, some parts were eyebrow-raising (cough cough zombie-witch Galadriel cough cough), and some were different from what I’d hoped, but overall, I’m pretty satisfied. 

The best way I can sum up my bittersweet mood at the moment is to quote Mr. Baggins himself. 

"So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings." 

#NotOneLastTime #BecauseWeStillHaveTheBooks 

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, 2014. An American science fiction film. Directed by Matt Reeves. Starring Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell, Toby Kebbell, and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

The film is the sequel to the 2011 film Rise of the Planet of the Apes, which began 20th Century Fox’s reboot of the original Planet of the Apes series and the eighth theatrical film in the franchise.

Ten years after the worldwide pandemic of the deadly ALZ-113 virus, human civilization is completely destroyed following martial law, civil unrest and the economic collapse of every country in the world.

In San Francisco, Caesar leads and governs a new generation of apes in a community located in the Muir Woods. While walking through the forest, Caesar’s son Blue Eyes and his friend Ash encounter a human named Carver, who panics and shoots Ash, wounding him. Carver calls for the rest of his small party of armed survivors, led by a man named Malcolm, while Blue Eyes calls for the other apes. Caesar orders the humans to leave. The remaining humans in San Francisco, who are genetically immune to the virus, are living in a guarded tower within the ruined city. Prompted by Koba, a scarred bonobo who holds a grudge against humans for his mistreatment, Caesar brings a large group of the apes to the city where he conveys the message that while the apes do not want war, they will fight to defend their home. He then demands that the humans stay in their territory and states the apes will stay in theirs too.

Day 8 of my Dystopian December.

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