Rampage - Wrecking Its Own Destruction

Big  does not always means better. 

We know that size matters but depending on what is big. Definitely if you have animals that are almost the size of Godzilla on the loose, there should be something that they can destroy. That is why we have Rampage.

Based on the computer game, which the main objective - go berserk and destroy all things in its path. Had made its way to its own Hollywood version and starring the highest paid actor of recent years, Dwayne Johnson.

We have seen him recently in Jumanji and having another movie with him headlining again confuses us if this is San Andreas meets King Kong. And it seems we will always see him in roles that is tied to the military or the police because of his appearance.

Well the film in summary is about animals exposed to a gene altering serum which makes them ginormous and out to make rampage on a city. The challenge is how to stop them comes at the cost with many weapons and property damage.

Rampage stars Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Åkerman, Jake Lacy, Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Now showing in cinemas.

Deliberation time kids! 

Show summary: Mutated Monsters On The Loose aka. Godzilla pals.

Technical Effects: 3 out of 5 stars (Destruction scenes were quite exaggerated which did not serve its purpose to the film.)

Plot: 2 out of 5 stars (It was not surprising, and it was quite disappointing.)

Acting and Actors: 3 out of 5 stars (Dwayne passes to portray a primatologist.)

Pros:  Destruction of the city, Gorilla humor.

Cons: Poor dialogues, weak characters, exaggerated destruction and monster action.

Music and Soundtracks:  2 out for 5 stars (score was OK but not distinct sound standing out.)

Overall: Rating 2.4 out of 5 stars (Video game movies should always strive for connection, relevance, and quality.)

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