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Rampage (2009)

A man with a thirst for revenge builds a full body armor from Kevlar and goes on a killing spree.

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Evan Drince
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Sheriff Melvoy
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Mr. Williamson
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Mrs. Williamson
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Evan's Father
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Bank Manager
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Cashier
Katey Grace ...
Bank Employee
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Body Shop Boss (as Laurie J. Brunetti)
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Julie Patzwald ...
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Colette Perry ...
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Michaela Mann ...
Waitress
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A man with a thirst for revenge builds a full body armor from Kevlar and goes on a killing spree.

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Rated R for prolonged strong sadistic bloody violence, and language | See all certifications »

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When the sheriff swerves off the road during the car chase, there is a roadblock in the background. See more »

Quotes

Gelato Server: [Bill Williamson enters the coffee shop] Hey, how are you doing?
Bill Williamson: Great, man. Uh, Double-expresso Macchiato with extra foam.
Gelato Server: Sure, that'll be four-fifty.
[Williamson hands him money]
Gelato Server: Here's the change.
Bill Williamson: Thanks, man.
[Gelato server proceeds to make the macchiato]
Bill Williamson: Extra foam, man.
Gelato Server: Got it.
[hands him the macchiato]
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References Falling Down (1993) See more »

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Manhattan
Written by Steven Scalfati
Published by VooDoo Beat Inc.
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Pleasantly Surprised, or Disturbed
21 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

I would have to say first off, I'm not a Uwe Boll fan of any kind, the only watchable film of his was Tunnel Rats. But I have to say this movie actually surprised the hell out of me. Some of the acting was a little bit sub-par but as for Brendan Fletcher, he's got some acting chops. Only thing I saw him in before was Jason Vs Freddy but he carried the lead very well in this (loved the bingo hall scene). Second thing is I really didn't think the violence was that over the top. All in all if you hate Uwe Boll films, you might actually like this one. As far as character development and plot, maybe not the best but it was worth watching. Bottom line if it was at a movie theater where I live I would have paid the ten bucks to go see it.


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