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Rampage: Capital Punishment
IMDB Rating : 6.3
IMDB Votes : 2,986
User Reviews : 32
Movie Rated : NOT RATED
Date Released : 14 August 2014
Run Time : 93 min
Movie Genre : Action, Crime, Thriller
Movie Director : Uwe Boll
Movie Writer : Uwe Boll, Uwe Boll
Movie Stars : Brendan Fletcher, Lochlyn Munro, Mike Dopud, Michaela Mann
Rampage: Capital Punishment 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.
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Review Rampage: Capital Punishment :
strong and daring movie
Another decent little flick to arm the Boll canon Rampage: Capital Punishment sees the return of the disenfranchised and very angry Bill Williamson. Bill created a bulletproof suit of armor, then went on a shooting spree, ultimately killing a lot of people. After coming out of hiding and creating another bulletproof suit, Bill takes over a TV studio and using the employees as hostages, orders them to play a video he prepared earlier. Bill Williamson's message is simple. "Kill the rich."
There were a couple of scenes that were powerfully written and worth mentioning here. The first involves a couple of bums Bill occasionally comes across, and the second arrives right at the end, and involves a short exchange Bill has with a little girl. Once you see the scenes you'll know what I mean, but as I don't want to give anything away, I'll say no more.
This, in my humble opinion, is an excellent and entertaining movie. The storyline is indeed strong, if not a little perverted. The acting and the action are wholly believable and realistic. If you are a fan of American Foreign Policy (and who is ) this movie is not for you. Nor is this presentation for you is you are of the Republican persuasion ! For most non-American viewers the the theme will only serve SOME to highlight the obvious differences between good and evil, something most Americans fail to recognize.