107 mins
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Director Brad Peyton's San Andreas and Journey star Dwayne Johnson leads this sci-fi action adventure based on the classic 1980s... More

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Rampage | Ratings & Reviews

"This is a big, dumb monster movie far more cartoonish than most modern comic book movies, and more like silly, classic monster movies than the modern takes on King Kong and Godzilla. The evil corporation responsible for the mayhem is comically, ridiculously evil; the dialogue is campy in a '90s sort of a way and the narrative doesn’t much bother with logic or reason."

Flicks, Daniel RutledgeFlicks

"Watching it, you can imagine the creative team straining to adequately acknowledge the source material, but they would have been better off starting from scratch."


"Morgan's performance is a gem of comic timing and audience-directed winks. He elevates a movie that’s mostly about watching stuff get stomped down."

Time OutTime Out

"As for Mr. Johnson, one hesitates to level a charge of "phoning it in" against him. He's a generally reliable performer, but I have to say it seems he had less fun here than he did in the recent Jumanji."

The New York TimesThe New York Times

"It is entertainingly over the top, although perhaps the CGI work isn’t quite out of the top drawer."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"It's King Kong with the mutation ideas from the rebooted Planet of the Apes, scaled up like Transformers and Godzilla so the creatures can trash whole cities."

Sydney Morning HeraldSydney Morning Herald

"Not that you would anyway, but it doesn't pay to think too hard about "Rampage." Sure, it could be improved (shorter would have helped), but it gets the job done in a more or less acceptable way."

Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times

"It’s not a movie for critics, that much is clear. The problem is that it’s not for anyone else, either."


"As much fun as it has with the idea of animals stomping cities to rubble, it seems shy of going completely over the top, and it’s the poorer for it."

Empire MagazineEmpire Magazine

Rampage | Details

M, Action violence and sustained threat
Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
Country of origin

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