Caesar: I did not start this war. I offered you peace. I showed you mercy. But now you're here. To finish us off... for good.
The Colonel: There are times when it is necessary to abandon our humanity to save humanity.
The Colonel: All of human history has lead to this moment. The irony is we created you. And nature has been punishing us ever since. This is our last stand. And if we lose... it will be a Planet of Apes.
Bad Ape: Human get sick. Ape get smart. Then human kill ape. But not me. I run.
Caesar: I did not start this war. But I will finish it.
Caesar: This is my fight. I may not make it back. Make sure my son knows who his father was.
Caesar: No matter what you do. You'll never be one of them. You are Ape.
Caesar: We are not savages. Apes fight only to survive.
The Colonel: You are impressive. Smart as hell. You're stronger than we are. But you're taking this all much too personally. So emotional!
Caesar: Do not worry, Maurice. You are home now. Apes are strong... With or without me.
Maurice: Son will know who was father... And what Caesar did for us.
Caesar: No mercy. No peace. This is war. Apes together strong.
The Colonel: No matter what you say, eventually you'd replace us. That's the law of nature. So what would you have done?
The Colonel: We find ourselves on the eve of battle against this beasts, and years from now, you can tell your children: I fought... to protect this world.
Caesar: If we strive but fail, and the world remains armed against itself, then we've been divided, because the hunger for peace is in the hearts of all.
Red Donkey: You know... Colonel shoot apes when wall's done.
Caesar: His wall is... madness. It will not save him, anymore than it will save you.
Red Donkey: I save myself.
Caesar: Is there anything left of you to save?
The Colonel: The virus that almost wiped us out, that every human carries, will destroy humanity for good this time.
Bad Ape: Who is child?
Caesar: I don't know.
Bad Ape: But... She with you.
Caesar: She has no one else.
The Colonel: Do you have any idea what your mercy did to us?
The Colonel: Have you finally come to save your apes?
Caesar: I came for you.
The Colonel: For me?
The Colonel: My God. Look at your eyes. Almost human.
The Colonel: How'd you know I was here?
Caesar: I was told... you were coming. That more soldiers from the north were will be joining you here.
The Colonel: Joining me here?
Caesar: To finish us off... for good.
The Colonel: Who told you that?
The Colonel: Ok. Let's go.
The Colonel: We created them. But now... we will bring an end to their kind.
[an ape is being whipped in the labour camp]
Caesar: Leave him!
The Colonel: They told me that you were smart, but that's... impressive.
Caesar: I have a message for your Colonel. Leave us the woods and the killing can stop.
Caesar: Lake, you loved my son. Look after his brother... until I return.
Opening Titles: Fifteen years ago, a scientific experiment gone wrong gave rise to a species of intelligent apes and destroyed most of humanity with a virus that became known as Simian Flu.
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Opening Titles: With the dawn of a new ape civilization led by Caesar, the surviving humans struggled to coexist. But fighting finally broke out when a rebel ape, Koba, led a vengeful attack against humans.
["Dawn" is highlighted in red]
Opening Titles: The humans sent a distress call to a military base in the North, where all that remained of the U.S. Army was gathered. A ruthless Special Forces Colonel and his hardened battalion were dispatched to exterminate the apes. Evading capture for the last two years, Caesar is now rumoured to be marshalling the fight from a hidden command base in the wood, as the war rages on.
["War" is highlighted in red, "War for the Planet of the Apes" title is shown]