One of the best movies for this year in my opinion. Nice story and direction ,you will never get bored .
Rampage (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Rampage (2018) 1080p
When three different animals become infected with a dangerous pathogen, a primatologist and a geneticist team up to stop them from destroying Chicago.
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The Synopsis for Rampage (2018) 1080p
Primatologist Davis (Dwayne Johnson) shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent silverback gorilla who has been in his care since he was young. When a greed-fueled corporation's genetic experiment goes awry, George and other animals across the country are mutated into aggressive supercreatures who destroy everything in their path. In this adrenaline-filled ride, Davis tries to find an antidote, not only to halt a global catastrophe but also to save the fearsome creature who was once his friend.
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Absolutely amazing!Reviewed byharithlaithVote: 9/10
As expected. This movie was a video game adaptation, and at this point of time, what else can you expect from a video game adaptation? It was simply a potboiler. This is just some goofy movie that isn't entirely goofy. You are just given some exposition to some sci fi mumbo jumbo stuff, rather than showing them. And since we got some more buildings destroyed and rest of the stale stuff, I believe those sci fi mumbo jumbos would've been much better. The villains are your typecast villain wanting money and power. Right after you get introduced to the villains, you know The Rock is gonna finish them. You know what their fate's gonna be in the end. I am not complaining about the villain here, I am just stating what they obviously are. There ain't gonna be no back story or motive of the villains rather than what I have just said, so why think about it? The actual thing to complain about is the villains' performances. Malin Akerman is just there, plain and dimensionless. Jake Lacy is plain, dimensionless and awfully hilariously terrible. One of the worst performances I have seen in 2018. There are some clichéd back story for The Rock and Mr. Gorilla, and Naomi Harris. Nothing that elevates the "destructive" movie we are watching, but thank GOD there is at least some writing rather than the entire script saying "giant animals, destruction of the city, Rock invincible" in a never ending loop. Many moments that we come across the movie were something that we would've expected from the beginning. We all know The Rock is gonna do some "cowboy stuff" if the time and scene seems right. I don't if it's only me, but it seems as if Dwayne Johnson is playing an over exaggerated version of his professional wrestling character of The Rock in every movie he appears in, as of late. We have seen him as an invincible guy, but holy hell! He survives literally everything in this movie. The actions in this movie feels like a pointless CGIed fest. There isn't any storytelling within the actions, neither they are well choreographed. And since the majority of the movie is all about the city's destruction and Rock surviving everything, this summarizes most of what I have to say regarding the movie. Strangely, there are some merits of this film. The Rock and Gorilla has some father-son sort of a dynamic between them which plays out a lot better than every other element of the movie. All thanks are due to The Rock and his charismatic presence. He is obviously THE reason why this movie delivers even to a tiny extent. He is the best thing about this movie, and even if I am not so satisfied with his choice of recent movies, he has done best in his part. And, the movie silently acknowledges that it's goofy and just a mere potboiler. It doesn't try to take itself too seriously or to have some serious drama, which would've made this forgettable movie a terrible piece of shit. To describe this movie in a nutshell, it's Die Hard on a city with The Rock and a white Hulk in the form of a Gorilla fighting the "earthed" version of Hela's wolf and the horrible magnification and bastardization of the croaking fish from The Shape of Water ft. The Avengers ft. Avengers: Age of Ultron ft. Man of Steel ft. San Andreas ft. 2012 ft. A typical Michael Bay movie ft. Pacific Rim ft. Power Rangers ft. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle ft. The typical cowboying ft. Clichés ft. the modified green juice from Logan ft. .......... (fill in the blanks). On the whole it gets a "D+" and a "4.5/10".
Dwayne Johnson may not be the greatest of actors but he is a very likeable and charismatic guy. The advertising and concept of 'Rampage' gave the sense that there was potential for a turn-brain-off-at-the-door fun film, and the kind of film 'Rampage' was a type that has been enjoyed on a number of occasions by me regardless of its mixed to negative critical reception.
For the record, while often being on the same page as critics and general consensus (a minority opinion here, critics these days seem to always treated with condescending scorn by many), that doesn't mean that there have not been times where my opinion has gone against the grain while understanding where they are coming from either in their appraisals or their criticisms. Judging it with an open mind and with a want to like it, unfortunately do have to agree with the general consensus here.
'Rampage' is not a complete mess. Johnson is as likeable and charismatic as ever and George is a spectacularly designed creation that has both menace and soul. The chemistry and relationship between the two is where 'Rampage' in terms of characterisation and interaction is most successful.
The film is well made and the barnstorming and exciting action sequences are as impressive as the special effects. Jeffrey Dean Morgan has fun in his shadowy role.
However, the rest of the cast don't work. Naomie Harris is a blank in a just there sort of role with nothing to it. Coming off worst are Malin Akerman and Jake Lacy, portraying their clichéd cartoonish roles with more ham than a gammon dinner, Lacy in particular. Everybody else is lost amidst the rest of the film, in a film over reliant on explosions and destructions that heart, fun and brains are sacrificed.
Johnson and George's characters and interaction aside, the characters are shallow clichés that one has seen before so many times and sadly none of them are interesting. The villains have no menace or intrigue and more like obnoxious cartoons. The story is lacking outside of the action, the excitement goes and becomes dull, silly and predictable, with an ending that is both overblown and ridiculous. The worst asset is the script, which consists of absolutely atrocious dialogue and an overload of exposition that adds little and written clunkily.
Overall, has moments but messy. 4/10 Bethany Cox