‘Project Rampage’: a hilarious orgy of destruction that, in addition, marks a before and an after in the cinema of videogames

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who carry a few years following the world of the wrestling north americanwrestling for some, ‘Pressing Catch’ for others— we remember with special fondness the adventures of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the ring. To remember are their fiefdoms with Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H, or your alliance with Mick Foley known as ‘The Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection’, but, without a doubt his indisputable physical capabilities were always in the shadow of his innate ability with the microphone.

The charisma showed to baskets every time I withdrew to one side, the suplex to be replaced by the verbiage that crowned him as the “People’s Champion” is the unwavering foundation upon which he built his career as an actor, making it the undisputed hero film contemporary, both in the public, as the coffers of the big studios, need in the end of Stallones, Schwarzenneggers and other old glories of the show testosterónico.


After sweeping with his appearances in the saga ‘Fast & Furious’, and great ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle’, Johnson reaffirms his hegemony as the proto-action-hero-the definitive under the direction of Brad Peyton in this ‘Project Rampage’: a real orgy of destruction, humor is mindless and a wonderful lack of complex which stands not only as the best adaptation of a video game that has gone through our screens, but as a whole new benchmark within the subgenus Kaijū Eiga.

The new alliance between the producer and the interpreter, after their great collaboration on delicious “disaster movie” ‘San Andrés’, goes to show that, at the time of take to good port a blockbuster popcorn maker as insane as ‘Project Rampage’, it is absolutely necessary that the creative team involved he will be fully self-conscious of the nature of the same.

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In this way, the cast, the four writers responsible for the script and the director rowing in the same direction that leads to the film an unexpected triumph in the face of which it is difficult not to react with applause and laughter more accomplices. Entertainment honest, escapist and spectacular, in addition to stimulate retinas with its priceless display of chaos and urban devastation, knows how to break through to the heart of the respectable thanks to the amazing chemistry between their characters.

Despite the fact that the real claim of the conveyor belt —that does not stop be to see animals gigantic, devastating a city— takes to make an act of presence, all and every one of the minutes that precede it are perfectly harnessed; taking the film its time to present and build up your motley crew —almost parodic— assortment of characters and, above all, striving to reinforce the emotional link between the atypical couple home composed by the character of Johnson and the gorilla albino George.

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once paved the way towards the pride final ‘Project Rampage’, Brad Peyton decides to open the box of thunder during a final third created under the form of a mind-blowing set-piece endless able to get the colors to productions congeners such as ‘Pacific Rim: Insurrection’, ‘Godzilla’ Gareth Edwards, and even ‘Kong: The Skull Island’. The action is readable and colorful, the visuals magnificent —impeccable work of Weta Digital— and the dynamic between the duo of heroes own of the best buddy movie. You can’t ask for more.

of course, none of this would shine with the same intensity it doesn’t have a Dwayne Johnson capable of filling the screen, in addition to his huge biceps and his peculiar arching of eyebrows, with that delivery and professionalism brand of the home that will rise up as a resounding seal of quality; something that is fully justified once more after enjoying the refreshing ‘Project Rampage’. And is that, if The Rock can’t give us the first great film based on a video game of the history, no one can.

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‘Project Rampage’: a hilarious orgy of destruction that, in addition, marks a before and an after in the cinema of videogames
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April 12, 2018


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