Rampage – Movie Review

Rampage – Movie Review

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Chris Stuckmann reviews Rampage, starring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, P.J. Byrne, Marley Shelton, Breanne Hill, Jack Quaid. Directed by Brad Peyton.

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Uroš Đošic says:

Rock always lives.

Fufjdv says:

The Rock today is almost like Schwarzenegger was in the 80’s. Big muscles, big action oriented movies, the ladies love him, popcorn films that can be quite cheesy yet fun. I love it.

bat prime says:

Actually you can’t see rampage arcade to well it becomes blurry in background I did like to see it in movie let complaining begin as movie fan and NON PAID movie critic I like movie one thing I didn’t like George is smaller to wolf and crocodile

Nate Baumann says:

Better than the fifty shades movies

James Purvis says:

Every description you said i said the same thing!! Cartoon/Videogame/Superhero villains (Bond viillain like!! Great review!

Ankit Das says:

lets be real here.. does a rock bleed if you shoot it..NO… so there is your explanation to Dwayne Johnson walking away from every stunt miraculously. the only real way he would have been defeated or severely injured is if they had a mutated 5 feet tall Paper monster tearing through the city

jeremy brown says:

Double Dragon had a Double Dragon arcade game in the movie

franky Davalos says:

The lights went off when I watching this movie and I got a refund LMFAO.

Gerald Higgins says:

I can already tell from the thumbnail with Chris' cheesy smile it's going to be a "fun, switch off film but had no particular direction"

Kenneth Harkin says:

I saw it with my 11 year old son who really wanted to see it. That said, it was enjoyable and he immediately changed his iphone's wallpaper to a shot from the movie.

It's the Rock, we aren't looking for Shakespeare. There is a contrived but serviceable plot, two dimensional evil corporate bad guys, and big ass monsters destroying Chicago. Think about that, CHICAGO?!?! When is the last time monsters attacked Chicago. There was a frigging giant mutant alligator which made its way from the Everglades to Chicago by sea without being spotted until it was in Chicago! How the hell does that happen? Even more important, why do I care? Chicago has been repeatedly spared cinema's wrath except for gangsters. Tsunamis, volcanoes, earthquakes, giant monsters, evil aliens, falling asteroids, all have ignored Chicago. Sure, Chicago may have been destroyed along with the rest of the world with some events but it was never the central city of the event or even given screen time. This time we get to see downtown Chicago hammered into rubble and it was fun. The Rock is also just fun to watch.

Turn off your brain, grab a popcorn and go along for the ride.

ShuffMomo says:

Bruh… the Rock should have been George!

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