Director: Brad Peyton
With: Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Release Date: Apr 13, 2018
Based on the mid-’80s Bally Midway arcade game that unofficially influenced Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph,” Brad Peyton “Rampage” doesn’t seem to understand its own appeal. Reuniting disaster driven star Dwayne Johnson with his “San Andreas” director, this brainless big-screen monster-smash movie assumes that audiences want to see the Rock stop three enormous mutant creatures from destroying America.
I left the film feeling unsatisfied and confused, the whole film was not consistent through out, at the start it starts of at the ISS (International Space Station) which shows all members being eaten/killed by a huge rat. As the film continues it the shows Davis (Dwayne Johnson) relationship with a gorilla who inhales this gene modifying substances and then goes crazy with a wolf and what i can only think is a crocodile.
Rampage is not a film that i would happily say to people go and watch, unless your a huge Dwayne Johnson fan there is no other reason to see this movie.
Once again Bred Peyton has failed, with his 2015 'San Andreas' the cast was amazing the actual message of the film has been lost again and the film being over dramatic, The same feeling i felt after watching San Andreas i felt after watching Rampage, it is a shame because i loved the cast, scenery, the characters and graphics in the movies but it just deliver the wow factor.