Atom User Reviews for Rampage
I love the ROCK and now GEORGE!
Thought the plot and acting and cgi was excellent. Good twists and good casting.
Loved IT. Super fun with lots of action. George 💕💕
We absolutely loved this movie.. it was all kind of feelings. Can watch it again
I’d love to see this movie again.
Highly silly, but campy fun. I had a $5 dollar Tmobile ticket, so I used it for IMAX. No way I would have paid 14 bucks for this. With a movie like this, you know what you are getting. It's a fun popcorn flick. I was chuckling a lot.
Great movie! The Rock does it again!
It is funny and entertaining from start to end
I really enjoyed watching this movie!
Movie had a lot of action, funny moments.
Enjoyed the movie with my husband. Would go see it again.
It is a wonderful movie, Dwayne is the best and most complete actor in the universe. I would definitely watch the movie again!!!! 👍🏼
If you liked Jumangi, you'll enjoy this!
Super good love george 💞💞
Loved it ! Was fun and entertaining ! #lovegeorge💕
Cool original story the effects were awesome, (except for two small seens where they use CGI with the rock). It wont win an Oscar, but it will definitely keep you entertained the whole time. !!
Thanks T—Mobile, once again.
most see in theaters
The Rock is the best for me!
Movie was lit!
its good but i could have waited until dvd
Hollywood just threw something together last minute and forced it on consumers. The movie in my opinion was terrible and so boring, that I fell asleep in the theatre.
Good movie but doesn't need to be seen on the big screen.
It's a total waste of time and money.
The rock should’ve had died that fool survived everything that was thrown at him!!!
No hay represente en español
I give it two and a half stars so so. kids loved it.
Not so good
I love the rock but this movie idk it just wasn't cutting it for me the CGI for the rock reminded me of the when the rock was the scorpion king yea bad. Had high hopes for this movie
It takes some time for the action sequences to fully engage, but from about the movie’s midpoint, Peyton delivers a succession of staggering set pieces.
Rampage won’t set the world on fire (our world, at least; it sets plenty of its world on fire when George and his two giant pals arrive in Chicago), but it does exactly what it says on the tin: It’s a big, goofy romp about creatures who lay waste to a major American city while the Rock cracks jokes in a light brown shirt.
The gargantuan critters are dwarfed only by the derivativeness in Rampage, a clunky spectacle that, like many Dwayne Johnson vehicles, is elevated by his charismatic presence but not enough to recommend it.