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Der Affen-Anführer Caesar versucht einen Weg zu finden, um trotz des Kriegs, der von den Menschen angezettelt wurde, mit seinem Stamm in Frieden leben zu können. Doch eine Spezialeinheit ist hinter ihm her, die ihn unbedingt töten will. Durch. Planet der Affen: Survival (Originaltitel: War for the Planet of the Apes) ist ein US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahr und die Fortsetzung. Planet der Affen 3: Survival ein Film von Matt Reeves mit Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson. Inhaltsangabe: Der Krieg, den Koba (Toby Kebbell) mit den von der. Sie hat es nicht anders verdient: Der Film "Planet der Affen – Survival" lässt die gewalttätige Zivilisation spektakulär untergehen. elitskytte.se - Kaufen Sie Planet der Affen: Survival (War for the Planet of the Apes, Spanien Import, siehe Details für Sprachen) günstig ein. Qualifizierte.
elitskytte.se - Kaufen Sie Planet der Affen: Survival (War for the Planet of the Apes, Spanien Import, siehe Details für Sprachen) günstig ein. Qualifizierte. Der Affen-Anführer Caesar versucht einen Weg zu finden, um trotz des Kriegs, der von den Menschen angezettelt wurde, mit seinem Stamm in Frieden leben zu können. Doch eine Spezialeinheit ist hinter ihm her, die ihn unbedingt töten will. Durch. Planet der Affen: Survival (Originaltitel: War for the Planet of the Apes) ist ein.
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Therefore, even though Koba did not live to see it, he got exactly what he wanted in death; war with the humans.
Koba went down in history as a traitor and monster to the San Francisco Ape Colony , 11 apes also defected from Caesar's side due to being more loyal to Koba, the ape having become a De-facto martyr to apes like Red.
These apes, minus Red as he redeemed himself by saving Caesar from the soldier Preacher , were later wiped out in the final conflict with the Alpha-Omega.
Caesar even made sure that it was known to all whether apes or humans, that he wasn't the one who started the war, but Koba and he revealed that he killed him but it didn't stop the progressing conflict, Caesar was also haunted by Koba's actions psychologically as well, consistently having dreams of Koba taunting him about his decision to kill him.
Caesar himself would go on to feel he was gradually becoming like Koba as the war against the humans progressed. When Caesar had the opportunity to kill J.
Wesley McCullough , the very man responsible for the deaths of Cornelia and Blue Eyes respectively, he chose not to, instead he allowed the latter to kill himself, this proves that Caesar did not allow his hatred to completely consume him, something that Koba was incapable of doing.
Koba starting the war with the humans led to the deaths of Caesar , Cornelia , Blue Eyes and Luca respectively, indirectly making him responsible for Caesar, Cornelia, Blue Eyes, Luca and several of the colony's death.
Koba was the most dangerous enemy the apes and the humans had ever faced. He was highly intelligent, belittling, ruthless, violent, cruel, sadistic, unstable, manipulative, and vindictively vengeful.
This traits stem from the fact that Koba was cruelly experimented on by human scientists, to the point where he was against humans to the point of total monomania.
Malakai Youmans noted that Koba's neutral expression was identical to those he had seen on the faces of child soldiers he had encountered in Central Africa.
Highly intelligent and bitterly cynical, Koba enacted his revenge on Jacobs at the climax of the Battle on the Golden Gate Bridge , by ruthlessly pushing him to his death without saying a word and with a cruel, malevolent glare flashing in his eyes.
He served as a mentor to the younger generation of apes, especially his honorary nephews Blue Eyes and Ash, the sons of his close friends, Caesar and Rocket.
On the other hand, his bad experiences at Gen-Sys Laboratories and with his cruel caregivers has blinded him both literally and figuratively to the point where he has forgotten or disregarded the fact that not all humans are bad.
Excluding the hatred of humans and internal suffering, he appears to be rather level headed in the battlefield, a good leader and offers compassion to the apes who are in pain.
He shows this specifically when he constantly supported Blue Eyes and acted as another role model or second father in his life, whether it be saving his life, or telling him that his scars make him strong, Koba appeared to truly care for his fellow apes during the period of time in which they thought the humans had died away.
Along with this, even though he was willing to sacrifice other apes, he still did not sink low enough to sacrifice the women and children apes, only bringing along the males and having the young stay with the females in the woods.
He maintained his extreme respect towards Caesar's benevolence, but that did not imply that he agreed with his leader. Despite Koba's tremendous respect for Caesar, this did not stop him from gunning down his old friend in the end; revealing a treacherous and power-hungry nature.
Koba also showed no mercy when killing his fellow apes when they fail to obey him, as seen when he throws Ash to his death with Blue Eyes and other young apes watching on.
During the course of Dawn , Koba begins to show alarming signs of chronic mental disorder, the main traits of this being extreme violence, egomania, and incapacity for guilt or remorse.
This leads to Koba becoming a violent psychopath towards the end of the film. Koba was also cunning; he manipulated Blue Eyes, Caesar's son, to fight by his side, and also staged Caesar's supposed death and the destruction of the colony home, whilst blaming the humans who would have been the most obvious threat to the colony.
Koba was highly intelligent and astute, sharing the same cerebrality as Caesar, even if his path of thought was far more erratic than Caesar.
Koba was maniacal and delusional, his bad experiences in Gen-Sys Laboratories inspiring him into violence against humans, to the point of being megalomaniacal and egocentric, not to mention immoral, cruel, sadistic and tyrannical against his fellow apes; he was not at all above murdering his own people if they displeased him.
Koba's concept of being incredibly manipulative was piqued when he successfully made two human soldiers think he was stupid, shown by his faked playfulness with guns.
However, he showed his true colors to the soldiers when, during one encounter, after entertaining them with his feigned stupidity, he shot them both with their own gun without a second thought.
Koba shares the same charisma as Caesar, but he wastes his oratory and leadership talents by resorting to violence, oppression and tyranny.
He preferred to use force rather than diplomacy to settle differences with an opponent. Koba was also a person of excellent intelligence and cunning, shown by him destroying the colony home, as well as attempting to kill Caesar, whilst simultaneously framing the humans in the process.
Also, he was also a meticulously powerful tactician, shown by his proficiency in leading the human holocaust at the climax of the film.
However, in his belief that physical power solved everything, he was powerless when Caesar used psychological warfare shown in their fight.
Koba was also a "scleptomaniac", which was shown in his gleeful use of machine-guns during the Battle in San Francisco , the burning of the ape village, and when he opened fire on Caesar and the other apes on the human tower.
Koba was a selfish hypocrite, during his showdown with Caesar he screeched to his former friend that he fought for apes and the fact that he believes this only confirms his insanity as Koba shows a dangerous lack of concern for his fellow species, which is evidence in how he aforementioned murdered Ash without a second thought, when he did not kill two humans as he was asked to do and once again, when he took a final attempt to murder Caesar and in doing so left a wounded ape to die.
He was also willing to push other apes out of the way or use the tools other apes were using, such as when he knocked an ape off of his horse when Koba wanted it, and when he took the guns of fellow apes whenever he wanted more.
When pushed into a corner, he resorted to begging as seen when he pleaded to Caesar to save him despite his attempts to kill him and killing many apes.
He tried to ironically and unsuccessfully use the "Ape not kill Ape law" to his advantage but was surprised that his actions hardened Caesar enough to both disregard the law and disown him as an ape.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Apes all die Join me. Biography Early life Koba was born and raised in a primate research facility.
Ape Leader At the Golden Gate Bridge , Koba was ordered by Caesar to lead the chimpanzees in an attack from above using the bridge's high-wire supports.
Hunting trip One day, during a hunting trip in the woods Koba is with his fellow apes secretly observing a herd of deer awaiting Caesar's command which alerts the deer into a panic and have them flee in terror.
Hatred reborn The next day, Koba would hear the sound of a gunshot and followed the other apes to it's origin. March into the city The Ape Army march into the city where Caesar addresses the humans in English telling them that they do not want war but will fight if they must.
Turning against Caesar Malcolm, the co-founder of a human settlement, enters the Ape Village where he attempts to make peace with the apes to gain access to a hydroelectric generator at a dam in their territory, which could provide long-term power to the city.
Usurpation The following day at the river dam, Caesar and several apes accompany the humans to keep an eye on them as they work, all except for Koba.
Leading his people into madness Assuming leadership, Koba orders the young and females into hiding and leads the male apes to war in San Francisco.
Battle with Caesar Blue Eyes later learns his father is alive, and by himself, manages to free the humans and the apes loyal to Caesar.
Death Koba, hanging from the ledge, starts climbing and pleads with Caesar to save him, citing the "Ape not kill ape" law.
War for the Planet of the Apes Despite Koba being dead at the time of the human-ape war, Caesar still lives under his shadow which affects Caesar and other apes including Maurice who compares Caesar to Koba at one point because of Caesar's lust for revenge against humans.
Legacy Despite his death, Koba's actions still had a great effect on the other apes, as his hatred and attack on the humans made it impossible for the apes to have peace with them, and it has caused an impending war with humans to come.
Personality Koba was the most dangerous enemy the apes and the humans had ever faced. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Excluding the hatred of humans and internal suffering, he appears to be rather level headed in the battlefield, a good leader and offers compassion to the apes who are in pain.
However, Koba's strength was ultimately inferior to Caesar's but it was more a question of biology. High-Level Intellect: Even before he was exposed to the ALZ , Koba had some level of intelligence, as he silently planned to kill Jacobs by acting docile with his handlers.
After he was exposed to the ALZ at Gen-Sys Laboratories by Will - and his team - who tested it on him, he became much more intelligent than before, though it was unknown how much his advanced intelligence and IQ had increased.
Expert Hand-To-Hand Combatant: Despite his advanced age, Koba was an exceptionally skilled hand-to-hand combatant; near the climax of the Battle on the Golden Gate Bridge , the scarred bonobo proved himself to be a capable close-range fighter, being able to grab and throw a police officer with great ease.
He was also capable of holding his own against the much younger Caesar. While in their first brief, but brutal, brawl, Caesar defeated him easily, the second fight was a long, ferocious duel, which Koba initially dominated, putting up an extremely savage offensive against Caesar who was still recovering from his wounds.
However, despite being a highly skilled hand-to-hand combatant in his own right, Koba's combat skills were ultimately inferior to Caesar's; the bonobo was forced to resort to using an iron bar as a weapon against his former friend when he found that hand-to-hand combat was not enough to overpower him.
Even then, he ultimately was outmatched, Caesar wounding him with a cut on his abdomen that he exploited to force Koba onto the defensive.
Skilled Marksman: Koba was surprisingly proficient in the use of firearms. Expert Horse Rider: Koba was able to ride a horse with incredible ease, even when carrying a spear or dual-wielding machine guns.
Koba was taught sign language by his human caregiver Mary , though it is unknown how skilled he was before being exposed to the ALZ What is known is that he exceeded his handlers expectations, being recognized as one of the leading apes in the facility.
Speech: After being exposed to the ALZ , Koba had gained the ability to speak, shown when he yelled at the humans in the woods and verbally berated Caesar for his tolerance of humans.
His speech like Caesar's was near complete, as he was able to tell the humans that he had captured they would be exposed to the torment he had faced and also spoke out against Caesar on numerous occasions.
Expert Leader: Like Caesar, Koba was a natural leader, as he was able to take control over the scared ape population in a matter of seconds and successfully lead them to victory; despite the many deaths of his army.
He also rallied enough support that Apes like Red still followed his methods after his death. Expert Tactician: Like Caesar, Koba was a brilliant tactician; he was a brilliant orator and could rally whole hordes of delusional and angry apes in a crisis that he ironically started.
Combining oratory skills, brutality, and propaganda, Koba was a deadly enemy on the battlefield.
He used such to temporarily become the alpha of the San Francisco Ape Colony, though he ultimately lost such when Caesar challenged him.
Scars make you strong. Before they attack us! They cut me Tortured me. You freed me, I would do anything you ask.
But we must show strength! Why help them?! Points to scar behind ear Human work. Points to scar on forearm Human work. Must warn Caesar.
Put apes in danger! Caesar love humans more than apes! More than your sons! Go get them! Apes must attack human city!
Fight back! Fight for Caesar! Grey "Followed the humans here. Hiding everywhere! Make humans pay". Apes follow Koba now.
Now you will know life in cage! More humans out there! Find them! Koba "Caesar has no place here, apes follow Koba now.
Apes together strong! Koba fight for ape! Free ape! Koba fight for Koba. Koba "Ape War for the Planet of the Apes Koba "Sleep.
You can not- save ape. He makes brief reappearances as a hallucination to Caesar in War for the Planet of the Apes.
Once thought to be chimpanzees, they have been classified as a separate species. Koba is partly responsible for the ALZ pandemic because he exposed Robert Franklin who was not wearing a breathing mask while the 's feed tube was loose.
This make's Carver's statement somewhat true about apes having already "killed off half the planet". Koba may be based on two real life apes: Kanzi , a bonobo who mastered keyboard communication at Georgia State University and whose name also starts with the letter "K" ; and a wild, aggressive chimpanzee named Saddam, who was known to have murdered a number of children near the Kibale National Park in Uganda before he was hunted down by an angry mob.
Asked about sequels, director Rupert Wyatt suggested one possible scenario in which Koba would take on the role as the main antagonist: "There's so much we can do.
Whereas the story of the first film plays out as a fairy tale, the next film will play out as a Shakespearean sci-fi drama where you'll have Caesar as the leader of this revolution, but Koba would be the one leading his own troops wanting to wipe out humans in a genocide.
But Caesar is more conflicted, and maybe Caesar needs Koba's assistance in terms of the conflict. And Maurice is his advisor and he's telling him to combine forces.
Caesar needs the allegiance of the two, although he doesn't believe in what Koba believes in, which is complete genocide.
The same script emphasised Koba's sinister nature, with the lab assistants noting that "some are born rotten". Before their revolt, Caesar and Rocket escaped from their facility and broke into the lab in search of Caesar's mother.
In return for a bracelet, Rocket freed Koba, who then killed Robert Franklin before returning to his cage, effectively framing Caesar.
After the revolt, Koba lingered behind the ape army, infecting Steven Jacobs with the fatal virus and following across the bridge after the path had already been cleared.
In another deleted scene on the Blu-Ray and DVD version of the film, Koba finds a shotgun in the woods at the film's climax and learns how to use it by aiming at the screen and firing.
Bonobos are similar to chimpanzees , except they are darker, slightly smaller and tend to have longer limbs and longer hair on the tops of their heads.
While Koba acts aggressively in the film, in reality this would ultimately be unlikely, as bonobos are far less violent than chimpanzees.
In one scene of Rise of the Planet of the Apes , Koba may have spoke in which it sounded like he said "Amon". Out of all the apes that play active parts in Rise , Koba is the only one that didn't inhale the ALZ when Caesar released it on the other apes.
At age 26, Koba is one of the oldest apes to appear in the reboot films. In Rise of the Planet of the Apes , Koba was the second oldest after Buck who was 19 years old and the bonobo was only 16 years old.
When Koba is left hanging from the ledge after being knocked down by Caesar, he attempted to use the "Ape not kill Ape" law to convince the latter to save him.
Ironically, Koba himself has broken that rule on many occasions by killing Ash and several other apes during his attack on Caesar both of which led to his deserved end; this is most likely why Caesar declared he was not an ape.
Koba did not know it at the time, but the manner in which he killed Steven Jacobs was a reflection of his own future.
This is further supported by the circumstances of their deaths as both were hanging from a ledge pleading for help from Caesar who let them fall to a deserved end.
Despite Koba's hatred for humans, his actions during Dawn of the Planet of the Apes have him appear more human-like than any of his fellow apes, even Caesar.
For example, he speaks English the most fluently and coherently from exercising his vocal chords more often, he is the first of the Ape Colony to use a man-made weapon such as a gun when attempting to assassinate Caesar and going to war with the human survivors, and like the humans that once dominated the continents of the world, he is willing to kill members of his own kind in the pursuit of power and vengeance.
Koba starting the Human-Ape War indirectly led to the death of Caesar. This is ironic as when Koba was alive he failed to kill Caesar twice and died himself.
Trivia Koba's relationship with Caesar, in Dawn, is a direct mirror of the relationship between "Caesar" from the original movie series and his leading military commander, General Aldo.
In the fifth film, Battle for the Planet of the Apes , soon after the collapse of human civilization through nuclear war Caesar and Aldo become divided over how to treat surviving humans.
Caesar wants to coexist with them, while Aldo wants to exterminate them. Coincidently, both Aldo and Koba fell to their deaths after their confrontations with their Caesars.
Another thing between them is, while Koba is primary villain in Dawn, Aldo is a secondary villain in Battle. Koba makes two appearances in the first TV spot for Dawn.
The first is him sitting on his horse at Caesar's side and the second is him on his horse, riding through the forest. Both eventually try to kill their clan leader, however Scar actually succeeded, but was killed by his successor.
Both are Complete Monsters. Both fall to their deaths after a climactic battle with their respective rival. In the article by Collider, Toby Kebbell revealed a huge chunk of Koba's backstory revealing how Koba has come to despise humans and how he became blinded in one eye.
Koba is the first and only known bonobo to appear in the Planet of the Apes films. His first appearance was in Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
In spite of this, Koba looks little like a typical bonobo.