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Big Meets Bigger


13 Apr, 2018
1 hrs 47 mins
54,204 votes
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Primatologist Davis Okoye, a man who keeps people at a distance, shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent, silverback gorilla who has been in his care since birth. But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry mutates this gentle ape into a raging creature of enormous size. To make matters worse, it's soon discovered there are other similarly altered animals. As these newly created alpha predators tear across North America, destroying everything in their path, Okoye teams with a discredited genetic engineer to secure an antidote, fighting his way through an ever-changing battlefield, not only to halt a global catastrophe but to save the fearsome creature that was once his friend.
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Verdict: A thoroughly entertaining cat and giant mouse chase. Back in its day, the original Rampage video game gave players a unique experience. When other games focused on fighting invaders and saving cities, Rampage let players embrace the chaos and play Godzilla. In that sense, this live-action film definitely sticks to that brand of entertainment. []... ...Read full review
A mere fortnight after Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle left British cinemas, here comes Dwayne Johnson again with a similarly hushed and introspective tale about the love between a man and his giant albino gorilla. Rampage is based on a cult video game from the Eighties in which three enormous beasts lay waste to a pixellated cityscape, but it has clearly been devised as a bespoke Johnson project, playing to the former wrestlers obvious action-star strengths while shearing off anything that might slow down the ride. ...Read full review
Based on a popular arcade game from the 80s, Rampage is about three giant creatures wreaking havoc on human cities. Davis (Dwayne Johnson) is a primatologist and handler of one of the creatures, George the gorilla. While the creatures destroy everything in their path, Davis teams up with Dr Chadwell (Naomie Harris) and Agent Russel (Jeffery Dean Morgan) to stop them. ...Read full review
Our lord and saviour Dwayne Johnson can seemingly save troubled franchises with as much ease as it takes him to put a man to sleep using just his bare hands but even he, with all his divinity, cant save Rampage from steam-rolling all over his filmography. ...Read full review
Heres a film to remind you that while most guys of 45 have paunch-bulges on their tummy that balloon outwards as they bend forward, Dwayne Johnson gets two or three on the back of his big shaven head when he looks up. The nape of the man-mountains neck ripples with mini spare tyres. ...Read full review
Are you ready for the best worst adaptation of a video game since Mortal Kombat Annihilation? It will not hit you until you finish watching it and head back home but Rampage is the kind of cheerfully dumb film you, for obvious reasons, need in these cynical times. It is pure unadulterated cinematic junk food served on the biggest possible platter that is difficult not to enjoy. ...Read full review
With 37 minutes worth of commercials and trailers squeezed in prior to and in between its 107 minute run-time, it`s safe to say that Rampage officially marks the beginning of summer blockbuster season. The weather is heating up, the schools are closing, and your kids are annoying. What better way to get them to shut up for a couple of hours then, than take them to an air-conditioned, darkened cinema hall where they can watch genetically modified monster animals pulverize a city, while they in turn get pulverized by Dwayne The Rock Johnson? ...Read full review