Macaulay Culkin was offered the role of Billy, but turned it down. See more »
After Bill sends his van into the police station, he detonates the explosives in the back. The two police officers at the back of the van start to fly backwards as the explosion is just beginning, too early for the shockwave to have any effect. See more »
[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-espresso... 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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For the German video release, approximately 5 minutes were cut to secure a "Not under 18" rating. In addition, the ending was changed (here the killer gets caught by the Police). See more »
Uwe Boll is compared to Ed Wood and I think it is justified, he has a lot of very annoying habits as a director, his aesthetic sense and/or his skills at cutting movies are off.
And I think these bad habits are still present in "Rampage" (for example, in my opinion the movie would look better and have more tension without all the foreshadowing in the beginning).
However Boll managed to minimize his annoying directorial habits to an acceptable level and create a good movie with its own style. The movie shocks with its nihilistic sensibility and I think it is a biggest sign of the theme being treated in a non-stereotypical way.
This movie has a very non-pretentious style, but actually I think it treats the subject matter of mass murder more non-stereotypically then a more "highbrow" movie like "Elephant".
The actors are good, especially Brendan Fletcher who plays the everyman psycho protagonists, reminds me of young Christian Slater.
I recommend this movie and will check out other higher-rated Boll movies,
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