Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Joe Manganiello, Jake Lacy and P.J. Byrne, Naomi Harris, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Malin Akerman.
Rampage Movie Review
The movie is based on the arcade game of 1986, starring Dwayne Johnson who plays a primatologist Davis Okoye. He has a special bond with the animals especially with an albino silverback gorilla named George.
Claire and Brett Wyden play an antagonist in the movie as they tried to test a new genetic pathogen but everything had gone wrong so after which they tried to solve the mess but somehow the giant ape, a flying wolf, and a mutated alligator landed in Chicago.
Davis Okoye chases after George along with Dr. Kate Caldwell, who was once a pathogen’s creature to solve the problem.
The movie will again give you an experience of the video game which all of us used to play when we were a kid. The movie is of one and a half hour and you will be totally indulged in the movie. Davis has acted quite well in the movie and the director, Brad Peyton has made sure that everything scene should look as if it’s happening in front of us.
The monsters were really interesting and impressive when they were attacking people in the movie and it looked like even we are there in the picture. Morgan has done tremendous acting in the film.
Brad Peyton promises that you will not be able to take your eyes off the whole time while watching the movie. So, if you have not got your tickets booked then go and watch this movie this weekend. It’s totally worth watching. I hope you liked the Rampage Movie Review and you can also comment below.
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