Rampage; exactly what it sounds like

Most people never got to hear about the movie Rampage, because I think it was a straight-to-DVD sort of movie.  This doesn’t automatically make it a bad movie, because it’s actually a pretty darn good movie.  It displays in explicit detail the dire consequences of society causing a man to go crazy and snap.  If you don’t mind gore and violence, you might find it acceptable, at least.  If you like gore and violence, you’ll probably love it.  If you like political/social psychological analysis kinds of movies, you will also love it.  That’s where I come in.  It’s interesting to see what a situation like this might look like, especially if I’m going to have to condition myself to deal with it if it ever does happen.  Paranoid as that sounds, you never know.

It looks kool. Must be kool, right? That was my path of logic.

Other than that, it has a kool plot, believable dialogue, and a neet twist at the end.  Check it out, I think it’s on Netflix right now.

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  1. This sounds like a really good movie! I may just have to look it up!

    • Netflix is my best friend. You should invest. There’s like a hundred TV shows and a thousand movies online all the time. And I can set my Wii to play videos, so it’s like Comcast OnDemand but more fun because I get to play with the Wiimote. And it’s cheaper. Which is nice too.

  2. Ya, I watched this movie awhile ago. It is a pretty darn good movie for a low budget film. It really makes you think twice about being rude to people, you never know just how that person will react. Great movie.

    • I agree on that one, it’s pretty scary to think someone seemingly normal could be like that in his mind. Glad you saw it as more than just a crazy action movie too. Not many people look for the ‘message’ in this kind of movie anymore.

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