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Not a movie to take seriously but I thought it was cute and entertaining. Genetically enhanced creatures looked faked and were just ridiculously looking.😀😀😀😀😀 other than it was action filled and the big guerilla had a sense of humour.
I guess I'm not really the right demographic for this movie. I just found it so loud and dumb. It definitely has lots of action and is clearly just intended as a fun popcorn movie. I didn't find it fun, however. It was just so silly and nonsensical. I also hate it when animals are presented as "evil". I like Dwayne Johnson, he is a charismatic and likeable leading man, but this movie was just too trashy for me.
A summer movie through and through. The Rock and Jeffery Dean Morgan are good in it!
I liked this, although I'm sort of embarrassed to admit that. Throughout the movie I kept thinking "this is the perfect movie for men who miss their childhood of destroying their little sister's sandcastles, blowing up their army men with water balloons, and building Lego forts so they could smash them."
Entertaining, if silly, CGI action-fest. The Rock plays pretty much the same character as he usually does, while Jeffrey Dean Morgan does a "Tommy Lee Jones in G-Man mode" impersonation. Fun, but if you think too hard about any of it... well, probably don't do that. Just enjoy the ride.
A run-of-the mill movie with a simplistic plot and dialogue in which the white CG gorilla has a more subtle range of facial expressions than Dwayne Johnson. When you watch him in the scenes with FBI agent/cowboy Jeffrey Dean Morgan, ol' Dwayne's thespian talents are exposed as severely limited by the comparison. I am not sure who it was aimed at either--some of the language is inappropriate for younger viewers. Not worth the bother, really.
I wish I could go back in time and turn off the movie like I should have. This movie was horrible. Should have been Rated R for language, profanity and violence. These people have potty mouths. Clean up your act, Dwayne.
A fun movie action packed and good if you want something in that genre. Similar in tone to Fast and Furious Films with a science fiction element to it.
Behind every good action film is a compelling storyline and interesting characters that make you care. Rampage just has endless scenes of CGI-rendered urban destruction, and forget about trying to buy the "science" behind all of it. Watch Apocalypto, Gladiator or any Mad Max or Jason Bourne film instead. Even the Rock can't save this one.
For a movie based off a video game (which is excellent, by the way) it's not as awful as it could be. There have been worse video game based movies (i.e. Warcraft, Assassins Creed, Hitman, etc.) and The Rock makes this one enjoyable. Definitely worth a watch.
Action movie bubblegum. Fast paced and full of nifty cgi.
Borrows from movies like Alien and Resident Evil, but its much much much lighter.
Totally recommend it.
(Plus it made me feel nostalgic about the old arcade Rampage game.)
I really enjoyed this film. It had everything that you may be looking for when you are watching sci-fi or action films. It also had an all star cast. This movie was like King Kong vs Godzilla except it was a monkey and a human vs a wolf and a crocodile.
This was a good combination of a layered story about genetic manipulation, action and humour that seemed right for this film to work. I was feeling more impressed with it than I had thought it would be.
There was a couple of improbable, and very unlikely aspects of the film that made it that much less of a really good film.
There were no bonus or special features on this DVD.
It was just good enough that we did not turn off and we decided it was the action that kept our interest . One of the very best parts in the movie was the humor provided towards the end.
The big gorillas made a couple of hand gestures aimed at his lifetime keeper which were done in jest and showed how close they were and they understood each other.
This is a predictable mash-up of King Kong and Godzilla and a heck of a lot of other movies too. That said, Dwayne Johnson is always fun to watch—and this time with an excellent costar Naomie Harris.
Weak script, plot, and nothing is very logical. Certain ideas don't line up and neither do certain characters. Totally overacted villains and mostly every scene was just one predictable cringe-fest. It's a bit pathetic and a bit thrilling at the same time. There's plenty of humour to divert the critics and plenty of big booming action.
It isn't something I'd watch again, but it isn't entirely horrible either. No big dilemmas or shocking plot twists, just a plain old simple Dwayne movie. It's one Rampage of effects, quips, and gore (see what I did there?)
Cartoonish live action cheesy romp with poorly executed computer generated images (CGI) and over the top villains. It was so bad, it was good, mainly because, well, "The Rock" is in it, with a little bit of Joe Manganiello, and a lot of wickedly droll Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
It's like Sharknado; it's a movie that's trying to be a bad, corny, cheesy movie. And like Sharknado, it's unwatchable. The actors are really hamming it up, except the Rock who is basically the same guy in every film. The military is especially stupid and ignorant in this film. For once, I'd like to see them actually show some military intelligence. They keep shooting the monsters with the same guns and expect a different result. That is the definition of insanity.
Excellent and fun movie that you can't get bored re-watching. It was so good that I just purchased this movie on the cineplex site and won't be borrowing it from here again. The Rock did an outstanding performance and the movie was a real fun ride. 5/5 stars.
Suspend disbelief and go along for the ride. It's a bit of a ridiculous romp, the Rock is as entertaining as always. He's used his witty charm better in other roles, yet wields it well enough to carry this movie. I rated it 3 stars only because it is entertaining as a disaster-style movie. If you are looking for a more intellectual script or better human drama, by all means, get a different movie! But if you like movies like San Andreas, then you will likely enjoy this one as well. A final note about something I just had to let go of in order to enjoy the film: There are critical errors in the movie's own mythology [SPOILER ALERT] for example, why does George (the ape) not develop similar abnormal biological "enhancements" as the other two 'monsters' (or get as large as them)? The answer is because it helps the audience stay connected to George by not making him into more of a grotesque biological deformation - but it completely violates the mythology the film-makers created.