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Rampage

Rampage

2018
Sci-fi
Action
1h 47m
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Avg Percentile 26.12% from 848 total ratings

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Rated 14 Apr 2018
30
13th
This is like when a child has a really over elaborate explanation for why he burned down the neighbor's garage. Shut up you little brat, we both know that officially what you did was wrong, but behind closed doors, and just between the two of us, it had to be done.
Rated 20 Nov 2018
68
30th
Basically a King Kong-alike movie with enough differences to avoid any lawsuits, plus The Rock--a guy who could make a movie about jumping up and down on a piano for an hour and a half seem awesome. The Rock certainly does pull his weight here, but the flimsy script and some laughably caricatureistic villians bog this one down. I shouldn't have expected better from a movie based on an arcade game from '86, but you know...The Rock. Still better than anything Uwe Boll could have crapped out.
Rated 20 Apr 2018
73
16th
This is a little hard to rate. The action is all done pretty well in all honesty. The last act of the movie is just sheer entertainment, as is a majority of the movie. Unfortunately, this movie is slightly bogged down by some really cheesy lines and camera shots. I laughed out loud more than once from some unintentional hilarity. Still, it's a good time if you go in expecting a cheese ball and some decent performances. Morgan is always a joy to watch anymore. I had more fun than I expected to.
Rated 01 May 2018
65
42nd
This was the Rock doing stuff with helicopters pornography.
Rated 08 Jul 2018
60
59th
There were some great unexpected events. I liked the loony monsters. Of course there was nothing convincing about it. Just enough campy humor and over the top acting to keep you smiling. The action is fast paced with frequent overuse of CGI. Worth watching and it was fun to anticipate what gonzo thing will happen next. The villains and a few plot points were a bit pathetic. Good silly fun.
Rated 22 Apr 2018
4
27th
Rampage had every tool in the box to succeed, and to some degree it does. Visually it's quite good, the last act of the movie is where it really shows too, and you do feel some connection between the Rock and the gorilla, however I couldn't handle some of the half baked lines the Rock delivered, as well as some really forced humor elements that weren't needed at all. If you can get past these issues, it's quite enjoyable, especially the last act, unfortunately, I can't.
Rated 23 Apr 2018
65
63rd
This is a dumb dumb dumb movie and yes it knows it. The thing is that it's aimed at the kids whose parents used to play this game not the parents themselves. All that being said this movie is much better than the trailers led me to believe hell I'd go so far as to say that this is actually much better then it had any right to be. Dwayne Johnson is very likable as always, as bad as it is it does actually have a story. The opening scenes in the space station were pretty cool, the rest of the...
Rated 23 Apr 2018
60
38th
recommend it for kaiju fans, and for those of us whose inner ten year old is still going strong, ignoring the ridiculousness of randomly exploding helicopters(and uh a inexplicable repetition of conveniently located helicopters...Johnson has the thickest plot armor you'll ever see) just to appreciate a cool explosion. The rest of you - this is mindless, it's fluff and if you've only got enough appetite for one kaiju movie this year let it be Pacific Rim: Uprising
Rated 13 Apr 2018
25
6th
Considering how much Hollywood struggles with movie adaptations of newer games with actual plot and characters, it should come as no surprise that an adaptation of a simplistic arcade game from the 80s turned out to be a trainwwreck. 95% asinine filler, 5% mediocre monster mayhem.
Rated 02 May 2018
70
42nd
I have a weird relationship with this. I almost wanted it to suck when I first heard about it. This movie had, to quote... somebody, "one fucking job", and that job was to be fun. Nothing more. It didn't have to reach any unanticipated heights, nor did it particularly have to wrestle against high expectations. It just had to be fun. "Rampage" is fun. It's dumb, and that's fine. It's not particularly well-written, and that's fine too. Rock does his Rock thing, there's some emotion. Worth seeing.
Rated 01 May 2018
88
36th
Of course it is CGI-heavy, but better than I expected. The Rock delivers in not only a powerhouse action role but as a compassionate animal-lover as well.
Rated 26 Jun 2018
6
34th
Incredibly stupid and fun, but it takes a while for the film to drop the serious act and revel in its glorious stupidity. The Rock for president 2024.
Rated 13 Apr 2018
40
21st
Worst evil villains ever
Rated 06 Jul 2018
63
39th
It's dumb, it's fun, it's Dwayne Johnson with a saviour complex...again. I liked the interactions between Johnson and the gorilla. I liked the monsters. I disliked most of the military personnel, the dialogue and the noticeable green-screen. I disliked the misappropriation of CRISPR. The plot is dumb and Johnson's role is ridiculous, but it's a movie that delivers what you expect, however asinine.
Rated 21 Jun 2018
29
3rd
Just dumb as hell, and not even very fun to make up for it.
Rated 21 Jun 2018
70
41st
Ahhh, it's a good time. The humans are mostly blowhards, but the relationship between George and the Rock is genuinely moving. That's where the emotional connection is, I don't think it's meant to be between the humans. And then the action is just a loud, fun time. That's really all I needed and expected, so I quite enjoyed it.
Rated 19 Jun 2018
56
18th
Yeah I know it's terrible. I knew it was gonna be terrible. Probably that's why I had so much fun. It delivers everything I expect from this kind of movie. Huge monsters eat humans, destroy the cities and beat the shit out of each other. What's not to like?
Rated 22 Jun 2018
82
75th
Surprisingly good for a video game ripoff. George is excellent.. Malin Akerman in a non typical villain role.. CGI excellent and not surplus like the Zak Superman movies...
Rated 24 Sep 2018
78
51st
Being familiar with the fun, but mindless video game it's based on gave me a lot of appreciation for the writing which managed to come up with a plausible (for a giant monster movie) storyline to explain why these creatures are all smashing a city together while also creating a potential franchise for the Rock. It should be great fun for kids but the characters are cliches (while strenuously adhering to PC guidelines). For this to have been a home run the comedy needed to soar, but it's "meh".
Rated 20 Jun 2018
66
43rd
Well that plane crash scene had some confusing physics. Pretty fun disaster movie.
Rated 20 May 2018
7
78th
I joyfully and genuinely loved that movie. It was just that: pure joy, action, and kaiju beating the hell out of each other. Plus The Rock is in here so yeah.
Rated 14 Apr 2018
84
34th
Yeaaaa. Nothing exceptional but had more scenes reminiscent of the game than I thought.
Rated 12 Apr 2018
27
7th
Pretty goddamn terrible. Bad/boring CGI and the worst bad guys ever.
Rated 14 Apr 2018
40
31st
Without much of a reason to care, Rampage is all just a bunch of white noise. It lacks the characters and purpose to draw us in emotionally, which makes the action much less enjoyable. It's well-staged action made possible due to very good special effects, but it's hollow. That'll be enough for some people. The Transformers movies have their fans, too, after all. But if you're looking for something more than just "San Andreas with monsters instead of earthquakes," you'll be disappointed.
Rated 14 Apr 2018
25
15th
It's an adaptation of a videogame where a giant Gorilla, Werewolf and Sea Lizard destroy a neverending loop of cities and get points for eating people. Starring the Rock. What the fuck did you expect? Featuring the two Watchmen who aged the worst.
Rated 15 Apr 2018
65
32nd
Certainly not the best, but far from the worst thing you can sit down to watch if you want some "leave the brain at the door action fuelled fun"... my technical criticism (and not the first movie to do this, but surely things should be better in this day and age) I think the relative scale of a couple of the beasts changed between shots but overall decent action, decent humour and a traditional indestructible hero vs. bad guy corporation with well CGI'd big monsters. What's not to enjoy?
Rated 18 Jun 2018
68
70th
Surprisingly, I can't get enough of Dwayne Johnson delivering his usual silly macho role. He is very talented and funny, I wish he'd be casted in a variety of things, not just action movies. But boy, is he good at those! "Rampage" isn't very original, but sure is entertaining. Hopefully I will remember it more than I do "Kong Island" (I couldn't recall the cast, and I love Tom Hiddleston). Bottom line, the movie is action packed, can get emotional and is 100% engaging.
Rated 29 Jun 2018
60
57th
Fuck it. I enjoyed it. The Rock does it again. What a fun ride.
Rated 02 Jul 2018
55
18th
Lots of good action but overall really quite silly. I guess after all of the films with New York and San Francisco being destroyed it was time for Chicago to do its part. Dumbest line in the film "Davis, swing me!"
Rated 03 Jul 2018
4
33rd
Like did the Rock film this and that really terrible looking "Skyscraper" at the same time? Dudes just cashing cheques - respect! This was incredibly dumb. Seen worse though!
Rated 11 Aug 2018
2
14th
I just... I need more than this. I’m not Mr. Pretentious Grumpy Old Film Snob over here. I enjoy plenty of action and genre films. But nearly an hour of CGI giant animals fighting each other and knocking CGI buildings down amidst CGI explosions - sorry, no. This is too dumb to be enjoyable. I watched Mission Impossible 6 a few days ago and that film made three dudes having a fist fight in a bathroom a million times more exciting than any of this “epic” CGI garbage. Sometimes less is more.
Rated 11 Aug 2018
50
37th
I just was expecting more from that one. Disappointing but not boring.
Rated 14 Aug 2018
4
12th
Given its wild concept and expectedly undercooked plot and characters (the villains' motives and the opening supporting cast end up MIA), the film's at its best when it aims for camp (see Davis in the helicopter: "It's coming back to me") and at its worst when it takes itself too seriously (sorry, you did *not* earn the slow motion and mournful strings post-climax). Good destructo-action, mediocre everything else (even poor sometimes-what was with that awful parachute selfie camera angle?)
Rated 16 Sep 2018
20
1st
Back at it again with a cheesy blockbuster cause the Rock got a gross budget.
Rated 16 Sep 2018
72
39th
Fun, stupid. I came for stupid with The Rock, I got stupid with The Rock. - 25 points because the game is all about giant monsters destroying buildings. Ok for the monsters, but they only destroy ONE building?! Gimme my money back.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
8
2nd
Good movie. Pacing was excellent. Just enough explosions amd action scenes, funny bits, conversations and light-hearted moments. The Rock and his bond with primates is lovable and warm to see. Lot of violence towards animals in this movie though, so people sensitive to that should take care.
Rated 26 Aug 2018
7
32nd
This movie turned out exactly as expected: dumb action and Rock "The Dwayne" Johnson being charasmatic.
Rated 20 Jun 2018
70
48th
Tarzan, Maymunlar Cehennemi, King Kong, Godzilla bir arada gibi gibi, beklenenden iyi çıkıp şaşırtan-dı.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
1
4th
Maybe I wasn't paying enough attention but did the company base their evil plan off of the monsters from the game Rampage because I saw a Rampage arcade game in the office?
Rated 14 Apr 2018
45
18th
This is not a good movie. It knows it is not a good movie. It does the bare minimum to warrant giant gorillas, wolves and crocodiles destroying a city. I admired just how half-assed most of the movie was and how it was content to use the first draft of the script without changing anything. It's the kind of bad that's gleeful escapist entertainment.
Rated 22 Apr 2018
72
36th
If you miss the randomly-decent popcorn flick, have a few drinks (this is important) and check this out. Definitely some ridiculousness, but the movie actually struck a balance with the cheesiness, seriousness, story progression, character development, and homaged the game pretty well. Not mad.
Rated 09 May 2018
20
4th
Not even fun in the way most Rock movies are of this kind. In the game the scientists turned into the monsters and shit iirc and they skipped that :( I liked the gorilla giving the finger.
Rated 25 May 2018
25
18th
bad movie
Rated 30 Jun 2018
39
7th
Got drunk to deaden the mind sufficiently. Over imbibed & fell asleep before end. Guess I need to rewatch but my impressions of first 2/3rds (+ opinion of hacked off GF who had to watch to end alone, thru my snores!) suggests a top level 2* score is fair &/or more than generous. Misled into watching this by the surprisingly high quality of Jumanji; W2J & being asked to chose a few less arty/heavy movies 4 us to watch -> mistake! ||| NOW WATCHED 2ND HALF AGAIN - SCORE STAYS @ 39%....NOT GOOD
Rated 10 Jul 2018
69
77th
A fun movie full of nonsense and total mayhem. More reviews here : http://movie-freak.be
Rated 14 Jul 2018
87
29th
1648: good especial effect. not bad for this cast and crew!
Rated 22 Jul 2018
85
66th
Big action movie. Nothing deep, just action fun with Rock.
Rated 24 Jul 2018
40
18th
As far as action films go, it's OK. However, in the end, it's just another action movie with silly dialog. The way they killed the creature doesn't really make sense compared to other ways they tried to kill it. Watch out for dirty, perverted gorilla.
Rated 25 Jul 2018
60
30th
It's pretty much what you can expect from a big budget B-movie. When exactly became this stuff mainstream? The characters and dialoges are mostly terrible, but I liked the monster parts. Compared to the recent Godzilla and Kong Skull Island its even more stupid, but way more entertaining.
Rated 29 Jul 2018
50
77th
I think Rampage is the arcade game I spent the most money on! Needless to say I won't spend as much money on the movie version. I feel like I've seen Dwayne Johnson in this scenario 10-time already. Hey, it works... to a degree. It's only meant to be brain dead entertainment and that's what Rampage (2018) is.
Rated 01 Aug 2018
5
40th
Rampage lacked substance, it was as straightforward as it gets. Did I expect more from it? Not really. Was I entertained? Yes I guess. But once it was over, it felt empty and short. Wasn't bad though.
Rated 02 Aug 2018
68
50th
Doesn't offer much yet has the vibe. It's a classic Dwayne the Rock action movie, don't expect much.
Rated 20 Aug 2018
60
57th
Surprisingly decent, nowhere near as silly as its premise. Apart from a horrible performance by Akerman this is perfect popcorn entertainment.
Rated 24 Aug 2018
75
40th
Cocky funny :)
Rated 04 Sep 2018
55
20th
It's definitely not a "good" film but if you've watched this, then something appealed to you. If that's the case, you would have gotten what you were after. Whether it be Dwayne Johnson, the CGI monsters or the action; the film does exactly what it should and delivers on all of those expectations. If none of those things are what you are after, then you've already come too far anyway, so you might as well enjoy it for what it is.
Rated 08 Sep 2018
73
65th
The Rock made an enjoyable movie. Out of a dumb videogame. Why I cannot tell you. But how... by making an equally dumb monster movie that is exactly that. Dumb. And there are monsters. Big ones. Even bigger than the Rock. But not bigger than the ridiculousness of Malin Akerman's villain character. Plus there is a massive crocodile walking THROUGH a skyscraper (HAH!) at mid level height and thereby demolishing the entire building. Glorious!
Rated 20 Sep 2018
71
57th
Big meets bigger fits like chalk and cheese. It's dumb, really really dumb but pretty enjoyable. Dwayne Johnson is charismatic like always. The monsters look pretty neat and the whole thing is overall a CGI firework. Good popcorn-movie nothing more nothing less. I had fun.
Rated 25 Oct 2018
68
25th
The big disappointment is that the arcade game story element where humans transform into monsters and back isn't here- that would have been great fun. Especially if Dwayne Johnson was one of them. The opening 30 minutes were better than the rest where there are boring scenes on a military base intercut the main villains saying things. The de-aggression drug gag at the end wasn't earned. Airplane scene just like The Mummy. The mercenary should have survived the wolf and come back at the end.
Rated 17 Nov 2018
38
25th
The second best out of The Rock's three dumb action blockbusters of the summer. Doesn't rise above its material in any noticeable way (a la Jumanji), but not an abject failure (a la Skyscraper). It's about as fine as you'd expect a giant gorilla fight movie to be.
Rated 21 Mar 2019
60
31st
It's unapologetically daft and the kaiju sequence goes on for too long without the necessary presence of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, whose charisma is all that makes this film more than its concept (though Naomie Harris gets in a few good quips along the way). No one can say it isn't stupid, but it's almost as hard to say it isn't fun either. At least for the most part.
Rated 23 Jan 2019
78
56th
Cheerfully silly monster movie is essentially KING KONG/GODZILLA revisited; excellent CGI work makes 'George' a likable co-star combined with a relaxed and charismatic performance by Johnson (and some outrageously hammy scene-stealing by Morgan). Undistinguished (and at least one 'battle-in-the-streets' too long) but great fun for what it is.
Rated 22 Apr 2018
41
16th
Excepting a couple of riveting sequences, the movie is mostly mediocre, boring, generic and still too long, quite a few sections could've been cut without changing anything.
Rated 26 Apr 2018
38
11th
The animal parts were okay, but I hated all the human characters
Rated 21 Apr 2018
50
12th
* Well this is as mediocre as it gets. But it has tone problems. The funny isn't funny enough, the serious is too serious to be taken seriously, evil is too evil.. Still, considering the game, it might be the greatest game conversion film of all time. Could've been much better though.
Rated 08 Jul 2018
45
17th
thankfully, as trash movies go, this is pretty straightforward. well...120 million dollar trash movies starring an overgrown ape, an overgrown CGI ape and necktie-negan. i haven't reimbursed any of these expenses, and as i'm writing this, i have already forgotten 99% of the movie, so who am i to complain?
Rated 15 Jul 2018
45
23rd
Almost a nice rated R movie about genetic editing and weaponized DNA starring The Rock and a bunch of giant, perfect predators.
Rated 11 Aug 2018
70
40th
Watched just after Kong Skull Island. Better. At least has a story. Monster designs and effects are much better. Has a right amount of humor. But of course: yet another Hollywood waste of time...
Rated 17 Aug 2018
70
3rd
surely it is arcadish adventure...somewhat transformers but with 3D animals instead ... even JDM and 'Rock' could not save that brainless movie... initially it was more or less ok...but i turned it off eventually ...action and effects imo are mediocre even by that sub-genre standards... (transformers look much more 'realistic' in 3D though expectations couldnot be high... and city destruction is more believable )
Rated 26 Aug 2018
91
89th
1986 yılında serinin ilk çıkan oyununu oynamış biri olarak filmden çok büyük keyif aldığımı öncelikle belirtmeliyim. Sadece bu yönüyle bile bence gelmi geçmiş en iyi filmler arasında fakat diğer taraftan senaryolaştırma çok başarılı olmuş, görsel efektler olağanüstü araya katılan espriler, oyunculuklar, yüksek tempo filan derken zevkle geçirilecek 2 saat vaat ediyor film.
Rated 28 Aug 2018
41
14th
The direction is a sad step down from San Andreas. The script doesn't give Johnson or his costars much to work with. However, the film has a delightful air of fun and features a terrific performance from Jeffery Dean Morgan.
Rated 06 Dec 2018
75
69th
Plot doesn't make very much sense But nothing like a movie with a "Freak Of Nature" running around......But enough about "The Rock " there's the gorilla too Busted out laughing when the gorilla kept flipping " The Rock " off
Rated 22 Jan 2019
66
44th
Ah, here we have the Rock breaking the stereotype of "nerdy, bespectacled, undernourished primatologist" who, in an amazing example of history repeating itself, once again manages to be the only person on the entire planet who can save everybody from disaster. I suppose you could have guessed that, though. That said, this was a lot of fun, and it proves how likable DJ is as a hero. Unless you're a bad guy, he is rooting for you, treats everybody well/respectfully, and is the epitome of "decent"
Rated 13 Feb 2019
29
10th
The Rock - primatologist, ex special forces (of course), versus genetically edited wolf, crodocile and gorilla. How did they make a boring movie out of that?
Rated 23 Feb 2019
55
53rd
A shockingly bloody and violent skirting-the-edge-of-R videogame movie that leans all the way in to the incredible dumbness and is charming and thrilling in equal amounts. I never need to see it again, but I'm glad I saw it once.
Rated 25 Feb 2019
35
24th
I wouldn't characterize this so much as watching it as much as I was in the room while it was playing and I had nothing else to take away my attention from it. I just had no feelings toward it either way. I didn't like it, didn't hate it, it just existed and I was there to witness it. Sure, some of the visuals are quite nice but honestly, it's dumb but not dumb enough to enjoy. It did however inspire my wife to make rude hand gestures, and that was funnier than the film.
Rated 09 Mar 2019
50
25th
Pretty bad, but in an entertaining way at least.
Rated 18 Apr 2019
48
38th
Entertaining B-movie. A fine brainless action pack!
Rated 08 Jul 2019
49
21st
Juvenile yet ham-fisted, brainless yet enjoyable. Can't love it (hell, can't even really like it) but you can't fault it for being exactly what it is.
Rated 27 Mar 2020
35
14th
So you're making a schlocky dumb nonsense movie, with the key element being a virus that turns you into a giant, and you don't have The Rock injecting himself with the virus thus turning into a giant version of The Rock and fighting monsters?
Rated 13 Dec 2020
54
15th
Rampage consumed many hours of my gaming childhood. Me and my friends made pacts to destroy the entire city, but the best part of the game was stunlocking them just as their building was collapsing, which inevitably led to an all out melee. When it all came crashing down, we hit reset and did it all over again: 'no hitting each other this time'. I applaud this films homage to a goofy coin-op classic, even if the plot is about as dumb as possible, and they didn't smash enough stuff together :(
Rated 19 Apr 2023
1
3rd
Nooooooooo, don't shoot the already giant violent ape which is becoming even bigger and thus more threatening.
Rated 18 Nov 2019
67
16th
I loved rampage as a kid. It reminds me of some very good time. For that reason I liked the movie very much. But I still think something was missing.
Rated 02 Sep 2022
12
5th
It's just a bunch of random action with uninteresting creatures. I'm fine with action but when you don't care about the outcome it gets boring very quickly.
Rated 07 Dec 2018
25
9th
For a movie about giant monsters beating on each other, this movie spends way to much screen time on humans talking.
Rated 22 Dec 2018
49
15th
There is very little pretense to the city-smashing action in RAMPAGE, a movie that carries the subtlety of a meaty fist to the face: animals get big, destroy things. There's also very little effort made to distinguish it from the many other Dwayne Johnson vehicles that roll into our cinemas with the consistency of the tides. RAMPAGE at least has the ability to laugh at itself, as befitting a movie where a giant gorilla swings a girder like a baseball bat. File under: Generic CGI Spectacle.
Rated 26 Dec 2018
70
58th
I actually enjoyed this! The arcade game that inspired this was one of the first games I could play as a young kid at the arcade so it has a fond place in my heart. I was therefore pleasantly surprised that there were a high number of references and nods to such simplistic source material. Aside from that it's mainly a smashy smashy bang bang type of action flick set in a world where all the elite scientists are exceptionally hot and fitter than elite athletes. Leave your brain at home for this
Rated 08 Jan 2019
30
15th
Action scenes were typical. Fav scene: JDM kicking ass.
Rated 02 Feb 2019
44
32nd
Not unenjoyable in parts, if dumb enough to atrophied your brain. Relies completely on Dwaynes charisma to survive.
Rated 13 Feb 2019
40
27th
If you're in for mindless action for a while this is the place to go. Story is nonexistent but given the source material that is not a big surprise. Enjoyed the game more
Rated 23 Jul 2023
68
39th
Decidedly better directed and cast than the material justifies and surprisingly entertaining if one doesn’t expect art (a clear sign of madness considering star, director and concept).
Rated 06 Jul 2019
12
5th
I disliked this very much. Not much to say about it tbh.
Rated 16 Dec 2019
33
9th
Look at 'Pacific Rim', and see how to make a movie with giant monsters fighting and smashing everything. Look at 'Rampage', and see hot NOT TO DO IT.
Rated 02 Jun 2020
40
46th
I remember this movie. I watched it in the cinema. It was ok nothing spectacular.
Rated 10 Mar 2020
65
37th
It doesn't try to be more than what it is.
Rated 09 Dec 2023
2
16th
I don’t know why I watched this.
Rated 27 Jan 2024
62
38th
Fun enough for a watch when you need some action. Shout out to the old skool Rampage game I had on my Commodore 64.
Rated 09 Aug 2020
70
79th
The Rock, military vehicles of all kind, and gigantic monsters destroying stuff, what else did people expect? The movie delivered exactly what it advertised, and it was some guilty pleasure of brainless fun. George and Russel were at times much funnier or interesting than the main cast. The wolf aside, CGI was surprisingly good
Rated 03 Dec 2020
40
11th
It could be much much better without stupid villains and cheesy dialogues. I mean this film didn't need a villain at all. And the monsters are bullet and bomb proof but you can kill them with a stick, brilliant!
Rated 05 Jan 2021
85
29th
Primatologist Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson) has an unusual best friend: a rare albino silverback gorilla named George. But when George comes into contact with an experimental serum deposited on Earth from an exploded space station, he and other creatures begin to grow enormously. They set out to destroy everything around them ... Davis and a genetic scientist (Naomie Harris) go after them to stop them.
Rated 26 Mar 2021
77
42nd
Fun monster movie.

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