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Watch Rampage full movie online freeRampage is based on a video game which I didn’t know until I search it up after seeing the trailer for the first time that got me interested. So far after see this movie yes it looks like a video game, but at least it has a story that makes sense the acting in this movie is great ,and even the effects. This movie is a entertaining movie for those who like action or even some time off. I give this movie a 10 for being everything I asked for it is like a Godzilla (Japanese movies) destruction movie which keeps kids wanting more destruction, so yes it’s a good movie to see. Let’s hope this is a new era of video game movies.

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Rampage review by cruise0114 April 2018 – Action packed, big, loud, and a lot of fun.

Video game adaptations into films have been ongoing with a curse from missing a specific target audience. Resident Evil’s are not great films but have been entertaining with its action. The new Tomb Raider reboot was surprisingly good but could have been more. And there are other lacklusters like Prince of Persia, Doom, Silent Hill, ect. A movie about three giant monsters of a crocodile, gorilla, and a grey wolf causing a mass destruction in a city. Yes, that is what the arcade games are about and that is exactly what you can expect in this Rampage film. At least, it is one hell of a wild ride of fun. So don’t expect any award winning script with great dialogue, a long developing story, or logic with characters choices in the movie. If you leave all the critical thinking out before watching the film, you will find the film to be what it is. And it does its job, which is entertaining and being a lot of fun.

The plot follows after a science experiment gone wrong in space leaving three canisters to fall on Earth. A primatologist Davis (Dwayne Johnson) notices one of his gorilla friend George is infected with and a lot bigger. After his agitation and escape from the Zoo. The government agent Harvey (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) captures George and tries to take him into a more secured location. Meanwhile, a corporation that was in charge of the space station experiment of genetic editing led by Claire (Malin Akerman) and her brother Brett (Jake Lacy) tries to send a signal to bring in the giant gorilla and the other two infected beasts of a giant grey wolf and a mutated crocodile.

The film is a lot of fun. It has a lot of action and big set pieces. It is loud, big, and dumb. But it is definitely a film of escapism of watching three giant beasts destroying a city. While the military are giving everything they got to stop them. And Davis and Dr. Kate (Naomie Harris) are trying to find a solution to get George back and to have the giant gorilla stop the other two beasts. The visual effects are awesome. There may be some cheesy cgi with the military jets or watching Dwayne Johnson running through falling buildings and avoiding a lot of heavy debris while the monsters are battling it out.

Dwayne Johnson is becoming one of the actors you enjoy watching on screen. If you either like his big tough attitude responses or enjoy him facing the impossible with the action sequences. Naomie Harris was okay playing a sidekick character with Davis. Malin Akerman and Jake Lacy play cheesy villains of a cliché corporation on wanting to create deadly experiments for there own personal gain. Jeffrey Dean Morgan was a lot of fun playing a cowboy attitude government agent. (Almost feels like he was playing the same character as Negan from The Walking Dead series).

Director Brad Peyton created a wild ride with San Andreas film. He does the same with Rampage. It is big and loud and action packed. From an exciting sequence with mercenaries fighting with a giant wolf in the forest to George’s escape on the plane. And the final half hour climax of three monsters causing mass destruction. Also, there is some fun humor. And George and Davis friendship does try to build an emotional connection with the gorilla that tries to have you rooting for the beast.

Overall, Rampage is a really good film. It is action packed throughout. The visual effects are awesome. The characters are fun and cheesy. The plot and concept is everything you can expect for a blockbuster fun of monsters causing destructions.

I recommend seeing this film on the big screen in theatres. If you are looking for a blockbuster escapism of big action and mass destruction. And seeing Dwayne Johnson battle through this destruction. This would be the film to check out. It is a lot of fun.

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Rampage review by Osmosis Iron – Now this is some good old fashioned dumb fun!

Inspired by the classic Arcade and later various other systems game of the same name, the movie boasts a predictably simple premise and let’s just say the characters are not too complex.. yeah. But this is OK! Nobody will see this movie for compelling characters and dramatic scenes. The cast is mostly just passable, with the exception of Johnson(who always rocks!) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan who turns in one hell of an entertaining government agent, and of course George the gorilla is also one cool dude.

It is like a live action Saturday morning cartoon! It’s fun, high octane action with some pretty sweet scenes and solid effects. If you want to see a popcorn flick then look no further, if you remember the games nostalgia might be included!

Rampage review by Rannynm – What it lacks in complexity, it makes up for in pure spectacle and fun!

Rampage is a healthy dose of CGI mayhem, anchored by the star power of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. What Rampage lacks in complexity and story, it makes up for through pure spectacle and fun.

Rampage is loosely based on the classic arcade game of the same name and follows Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson), a primatologist (basically a monkey scientist) who takes care of a gorilla named George. Davis and George share a close bond with one another. When a sample of a mysterious substance lands in his enclosure, George inhales it. The good-natured gorilla turns into a building-sized behemoth. The same thing happens to a few other animals, making the threat even larger. With the help of a scientist with a tortured past and a sarcastic, Southern-accented government operative, Davis seeks out George to protect him from harm, while still trying to end the wrath of these animals.

My favorite part of this film is the extended high-action showdown. This part reminds me of what made the game so fun: seeing these behemoths battle on an expansive urban playground where skyscrapers are like jungle gyms. We get to see the monsters battle each other and all the plot threads unfurl into monster madness. The supporting characters get some memorable character moments and Davis Okoye comes into his own as an action hero.

Dwayne Johnson spews charisma with every line. So this, mixed with his great comedic timing, make him a good choice to play an action hero, which is exactly what he does here. Johnson makes lines that would normally sound poorly written and cheesy, quotable and cool. Johnson also brings to the screen Davis’s bond with George well, considering one half of the pair is entirely CGI. Johnson also delivers certain lines that manage to poke fun at Rampage’s insane concept.

I recommend this film for ages 13 to 18 due to suggestive content, language and violence. Rampage is more violent than average blockbuster and, there are a few scenes that I had a hard time watching. If you are a fan of the arcade game, be sure to look out for some Easter eggs that tie the film back to its source material.

I give Rampage 3.5 out of 5 stars. While not a cinematic masterpiece, if you’re looking for a big-budget battle of large creatures with entertainment to spare, this film is for you.

Reviewed by Benjamin P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst dot org.

Rampage review by neener3707 – Awesome Dumb Action Flick – Fun Movie Going Time

I was truly surprised, the trailer was NOTHING like the actual film. I went in expecting moderate CGI and nothing else, but what I got was an above average CGI action-fest with some things to say about friendship and loyalty. First of all the plot had much more detail than the trailer, the trailer did NO justice to this film as it is much better than much of the CGI laden crap nowadays. I didn’t like some things, and I will get to that in the second paragraph. But man was the action well choreographed and was truly a fun spectacle to behold. The way the military faced these creatures was realistic (this coming from an Army veteran) and the way the filmed the action was just so well done, much better than some of the Marvel and other CGI films. The humor was also surprisingly not stupid and made me laugh on multiple occasions. I also liked the use of friendship, you really did understand the friendship between the characters.

So there was some bad, mostly things that wouldn’t happen and some plot problems but it really didn’t make the film unbearable. First of all, two people under arrest would not be able to escape from a highly secure military air force base, let a lone take off in one of their med-evac chopper. Second of all they consider using a MOAB (Mother Of All Bombs) the largest non-nuclear bomb in US arsenal, problem is, we don’t have any more after Trump dropped our last one on a Taliban compound. Again these are small details that didn’t take too much away from the film, I still enjoyed it. Some of the cinematography was good in some places, but it was very average during dialog scenes. Action scene were well shot but most else was very average.

If you are looking for beautiful thought provoking cinema, this isn’t it, but if you are looking for a fun theater experience, look no further.

Rampage review by tomholland2016 – Big Meets Bigger Critics in 2018!

When you hear Rampage, I’m pretty sure the first think that comes into your mind is the 1997’s Rampage game that took the world by storm. I never got my hands dirty except for the 2006 on PS2 which was a great game at that time.

This 2018 video game adaptation movie has been in ubiquitous mode since Winter last year but does it live up to people’s expectations? With the tagline Big Meets Bigger, you can see how the irony is properly done just by looking at the poster.

To kick things off, the story line here is another typical monster movie with its focus on genetic variation and editing on DNA which under nature circumstances, alters the attribution and characteristics of the animals overall, simply mutating it to be bigger, bolder and badder. It cares about the story but what is lacking here is the failure to tell the story smoothly. It goes from one sub-story to another and back to the precedence and it all jumbles up with the endless jokes, the cheesy dialogues and the menacing scenes.

It’s hard to follow on the characters in a sci-fi movie but this should be excluded as they care enough to tell each background story not just regarding the main characters, but also George aka the gorilla which plays a crucial role as it is the main centre of the movie. If you say the development in Planet of the Apes is great, then this will be too albeit not as great as the former.

Talking about The Rock, I’m gonna be honest, since Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, I never quite liked him. I thought there’s something off about him on screen and his smoldering intensity is sometimes unsuitable and in vain. Same can be said to this movie, I appreciate that he is trying but there are times that he is the main central power that actually weakens the movie but I got to say, overall he is good. As for Naomi Harris, her acting is dressed nicely and she is suitable with the character she’s playing. As for others, those cheesy dialogues just switch off the energy within them even for Malin Akerman that feels like she’s reading a script.

One thing I dislike about Rampage is the shaky cameras and the close angles they give to the audience during any action or destruction scene that occurs. The editing is rubbish and it is hard to see what is actually happening in details. However, the destruction scenes at the end are simply well-put as at that particular time, wide angles are being used and you probably reminisce the game you have played before.

Another negative perspective is on the very various things they want to tell in a story. It starts off so relax but gets messier as time flies by and at the end, it swifts lazily and gives up mid-way patching plot holes here and there.

Overall, it’s a typical monster movie with some cool action scenes and good character developments however, it’s not enough to bring justice to the money that you have willingly paid for the movie. Planet of the Apes series and Kong: Skull Island are better but to compare this with the latest Pacific Rim, opt for Rampage.

Rampage review by TheTruthDoor – Top Fuel Fun!

Inspired by the classic Arcade and later various other systems game of the same name, the movie boasts a predictably simple premise and let’s just say the characters are not too complex.. yeah. But this is OK! Nobody will see this movie for compelling characters and dramatic scenes. The cast is mostly just passable, with the exception of Johnson(who always rocks!) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan who turns in one hell of an entertaining government agent, and of course George the gorilla is also one cool dude.

It is like a live action Saturday morning cartoon! It’s fun, high octane action with some pretty sweet scenes and solid effects. If you want to see a popcorn flick then look no further, if you remember the games nostalgia might be included!

Rampage review by Phanthinga – So a gorilla,a wolf and an alligator walk into Chicago

Dwayne Johnson is the new Jackie Chan of this generation when he only need to plays himself is enough to draw a ton of people to the theater and support him show how much of a charismatic man he is.With Rampage I can say that he still in his comfort zone which is a fun popcorn movie where The Rock one again starring as a likable macho man doing incredible stuff out of normal human reach like survive a hella lot life and dead situation or fighting along side with giant monster and still come out alive.I maybe biased when it come to some of my favorite actors but if you tired of Dwayne Johnson just skip Rampage for me Skyscraper is next.

Rampage review by Jeanne Francoise – Big things in big screen

Dear movie freaks, Rampage is about big things in big screen. The storyline is just showed up 100% just like in the poster, so it is about gorilla, crocodile, and wolf, who are getting bigger and bigger because they were touching a magical tube of experiment which change their structure of DNA or molecule of their bodies. The situation is getting worse when their strength, speed, and power are unstoppable and hard to be destroyed. Government officials and military officers are going to kill them, but everytime human is trying to use big weapon to shoot them, they are getting stronger and destroy central city. The scenes are cool and make audience can not leave the seat from the beginning until the ending. In this movie, there is Dwayne Johnson “The Rock”, so you can imagine this movie has some sense of humor typically from the Rock, the movie has lot of funny moments and words. Kids are allowed to laugh. For me, this is a family movie, that remind us about the fragility of science, if people is playing like god, and how government could limit the potency of scientists who can create scientific experiment to help other people and how that speciments are not to be illegally used. The critic behind this movie is quite rational and useful to all people who tend to make science as a life in this nowadays time. This movie is not just action, but also a-little-bit sci-fi, eventhough there is no special effects for sci-fi, but the main idea itself is about abuse of power of science. Ladies and gentleman, here we go to watch big things in big screen!

Rampage review by jpjames-56758 – A fun movie. Simply put.

Rampage isn’t going to win any awards, but it captures what it should in relation to the game and that is fun. From the start to the finish, the movie shifts from laughter to danger back to laughter and then into an epic scene that reminds us of why the video game was so much fun.

The acting wasn’t stale. The movie wasn’t slow. And the CGI wasn’t bad. I see a lot of negative comments about the movie, and most were there before the movie was even in theaters. If you are a fan of the game, it’s probably worth checking this one out. Definitely one of the better video-game to movie translations I’ve seen.


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