Violent anti-hero Bill Williamson has a plan to change the world by exacting vengeance on the rich, and ripping Washington apart. He holds a number of people hostage and uses his captives as his political platform to spread his message and awaken humanity. It's time to destroy the system, and change won't happen peacefully.Written by
According to his biography, Uwe Boll stated, that his performance as the producer was embarrassing. He wasn't satisfied with his acting skill later on. See more »
Gunshots are very loud, and carry over a long distance. When Bill is shooting civilians near the bingo hall, people are shown across the street being completely oblivious to the noise. See more »
Are you one of those... um... rich housewives. Bored out of their minds. Their nannies do all the work. They have better relationship with your children than you do? And... you know, still you... cause you... you become a yoga teacher. When the children fall and scrape their knee... Who do they run to? They run to their nanny, they don't run to you. What are you going to do? Because you're too busy all being a yoga teacher, right? You think you have a rich husband? Say, he is a lawyer. So he ...
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The first Rampage was a shocker for most people because of its crude violence, as we rarely see these days and was a wind of fresh air for those of us who are tired of a movie industry that is too afraid of doing anything remotely controversial.
Rampage 2 succeeds because it doesn't take the easy route, which will be just to replicate all we already saw in the first movie. Here,we have less killings, but in exchange of that, we are taken into a ride where the main character explain why he thinks that this society is rotten to the core and must be cleansed. Bill essentially deems every political party and corporation as responsible for the injustice in the world. Topics as censorship, corruption, religion and invasion of privacy are constantly brought up by the main character as prime examples of how decadent the society is in his eyes.
Regarding the action scenes, they are more or less on the same level that we saw on the original, nobody should expect anything new or ground breaking on this department, but hey, why fix what's not broken is just more of the same but the death toll in this movie is not even close to the one on the first one, mainly because in this movie take place inside a T.V station and is a hostages situation, not a killing spree out in the open.
If you are interested on the character's motivations for his extreme actions, peppered with some good shooting segments, I think you will enjoy this movie, but if you expect a carnage just as big or bigger than the one on Rampage 1, you better start looking for another movie to quench your thirst of blood.
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