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Rampage 2009

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3.7 out of 5 stars (72) IMDb 6.3/10

In this action, adventure thriller, a man with a thirst for revenge builds himself full-body armour and goes on a horrific, bloody and violent killing spree.

Starring:
Brendan Fletcher, Shaun Sipos
Runtime:
1 hour, 21 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director Uwe Boll
Starring Brendan Fletcher, Shaun Sipos
Supporting actors Michael Paré, Matt Frewer, Lynda Boyd, Robert Clarke, Malcolm Stewart, Steffen Mennekes, Katey Grace, Laurie Brunetti, Mark Brandon, Julie Patzwald, Katharine Isabelle, Colette Perry, Michaela Mann, Krista Charron, Brent Hodge, Pale Christian Thomas, Eduardo Noda
Studio High Fliers
BBFC rating Suitable for 18 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I sit here in shock, trying to come to terms with the fact that I've discovered a Uwe Boll film that is actually watchable - even, gulp, pretty good. I know, I know. I can't believe I'm saying it, either. What is the world coming to when I could actually enjoy a movie written, directed, and produced by Uwe Boll? Make no mistake, though - this guy is still the worst filmmaker alive today. I guess even a three-legged albino, mange-ridden mutt can get lucky once in his life. This is still the German director who dares his most vocal critics to duke it out with him inside a boxing ring, the same man who gave the world such films as House of the Dead and Alone in the Dark. In case you're wondering, Rampage is not just some clone of Falling Down. What distinguishes Rampage is its implicit amorality.

Bill Richardson is a 23-year-old loser apparently determined to mooch off of his parents for as long as possible. His parents are actually encouraging him to leave and start a life of his own, while his only friend is one of those annoying liberals constantly spouting off about how awful the world is. Whereas his buddy is all talk and no action, Bill is the opposite. Haunted by a stream of constantly rotating bad news headlines and an inability to get a properly-made cup of coffee, Bill decides the overpopulated world could use a lot less people. Thus comes the rampage, wherein Bill dons his very own Kevlar combat suit, loads up with automatic weapons and explosives, and sets out to kill as many people as possible, completely taking the "Tender" out of his home town of Tenderville. Naturally, I expected a boring and mundane ending that would leave young Bill lying in a pool of his own blood. That's not how the story ends at all.
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I was at first put off watching this by the fact that Uwe Boll had written and directed it. Having endured some of his past appalling efforts, but the synopsis of a man building a Kevlar armoured body suit and going on a killing spree was just too good to not watch. (Does that make me sick?) I have to be honest but I have no idea what happen to the normally dreadful Uwe Boll. But this film is a real gem. Regardless of the simple set up the Boll has managed to add real depth to the proceedings. It had me gripped from the first minute to the last. Although very violent, the violence is never over the top or comic. Brendan Fletcher in the lead role puts on a spectacular performance. I can't really say too much else without spoiling the movie. If you think you know what to expect from this movie like I thought I did. I guarantee you will be surprised.
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The comparison to falling down is correct, this movie is in the same vein, although it is a B movie. Guy gets so pissed off he goes loco! He's a bit more direct to say the least. Only complaint is that the early flashbacks kinda give what's going to happen away. The back cover of the DVD does also. Would have been better if it was allowed to just play out audience unaware. Decent movie all the same, short running time, straight to the point. Decent guy flick😉
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Good film and well written. It used quite a lot of current controversial issues about guns in America and their abuse. It was a thinking film, that either you ended up mindful of why the lad went on a rampage or in complete disgust for getting away with it. Very interesting film and good casting.
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Wasn't sure about this film read some reviews on here saying it was good; So gave it a go. I'm sorry I just couldn't like it that much. It was too incohearent; the story flashes too much between present and future and it doesnt do it well. it feels like a total random rant with a feeling and meaning but ruined by its own self indulgent trash. the camera work is shakey (never been a fan of that documentary style filming) though the story would have been a good subject for a film; but it lacks that power to shock and make people think. It doesnt have it. So is the film total rubbish? The jury still out. I suppose at best it's watchable. The acting isn't bad. the direction is rather amatuerish.
so the director kind of missed out on making a good point on a disillusioned Amercia. Because that is a subject that has so much truth. The current society in American and here in the UK is of disillusioned. though this film will probably be for more the youtube generation. Where great cinematography doesnt really matter (note i don't mean that the youtube generation only watch rubbish movies) but this isnt your thinking mans movie. More a passing thought and then quickly forgotten.
Though i will know that a few or most will probably disagree with me on this. And this is the beauty of it all. It's about our own perception. I saw what the director was attending to do. I didnt miss anything. Just don't think the film grew into its true potential. maybe that's to do with the budget? But saying that theirs been a few really good and powerful british films which i bet where on a lower budget than this film. So budget isnt really a good excuse.
So in closing. Is worth watching but it wont blow you away. Or make people stand up and think.
but check it for yourself.
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