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[In the middle of the killing spree, Williamson walks into the same coffee shop from yesterday]
Uh, hey, man, how are you?
Oh, hey man! You remember me?
Why don't you make me a Double-expresso... Macchiato... with extra foam?
Uh, you got it.
[Is about to go make it]
Whoa, whoa, whoa! Why don't you make it like your life depends on it?
[Gelato server starts to make the Macchiato]
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I saw this at the Candian premiere at DEDfest and honest to god vowed to sit through some of Uwe Boll's other atrocious films to try and catch the exact moment when he became competent. From House of the Dead to Seed to Rampage his next film could well be a bona fide masterpiece! Granted there were some problems but most films have problems and compared to the complete trash he's produced in years past this was his Shawshank Redemption. Brendan Fletcher really keeps this movie up and his eerily dopey presence adds all the more to the ensuing violence. Smart but not too smart somewhat believable. One scene however stands heads and shoulders above the rest and it involves old people and bingo. enough said. Thoroughly enjoyable not too much film school editing and slick over all. If you only ever watch one Boll film let it be Rampage.
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