Rampage User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.21

Current Rating: 4.21

based on 216 votes and 43 reviews

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  • 5 stars Action packed from start to finish !!! The Rock doing what The Rock does !! You know why you go to these types of movies..........you will not be disappointed. Story line may be a little cheesy, but the movie is quite simply, entertaining as hell. The huge beast shows a playful human side when he is not beating the tar out of other beasts. Worth the time and the money any day of the week.
  • 5 stars i liked all the action.
  • 5 stars Best Monster movie this year. lots of humor, low on needless blood and gore.
  • 3 stars LOVED IT , AWESOME
  • 5 stars This movie was very good to watch. Dwayne Johnson and the cast was great.
  • 5 stars Great job by Johnson. One of his best movies.
  • 2 stars CHEDDAR CHEESY!!
  • 2 stars Ugh, such cheesy over the top acting by the Rock. But I imagine teens might really like it
  • 2 stars I checked the ratings of all the movies and was surprised to see that Rampage was one of the top rated. Based on that and because we liked Dwayne Johnson in Jumanji, we went with the expectation that there would be action with some laughs. My husband thought it was just o.k. (we had mutual eye rolls in a number of places) but I was extremely disappointed. It had one of the worst, clichéd scripts for dialog that I've seen in a long time. The only saving grace is George.
  • 4 stars a heart warming, entertaining monster movie - for a change from the usual


Genre:  Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Running Time:  107 min.
In theatres: April 13, 2018
DVD/Blu-ray: July 17, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 4.21
based on 216 votes and 43 reviews
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Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Marley Shelton, Breanne Hill, Jack Quaid, Matt Gerald, Will Yun Lee