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Rampage: Capital Punishment 2014 123movies

Rampage: Capital Punishment 2014 123movies

Land of the Free. Home of the Insane.Jul. 19, 201493 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 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.
Plot: A man takes over a TV station and holds a number of hostages as a political platform to awaken humanity, instead of money.
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bold and thought provoking
I do not agree with murder in any way, shape or form, and this is the irony of the movie. But you have to admit most of what he is saying is true, and that government and corporations are at the center of evil and corruption in many ways in society and have been for a very long time, for thousands of years. However, for example, Assange and Snowden would never say to go murder people just to get the attention of others or to expose evil. Neither of them did that. The other side of the coin is many people are losing their lives all over the world because of much of what our own government agencies and United Nations has done, and that has actually been proved. These are not just conspiracy theories either. One example he brought out was the 50 children who died by drone for one terrorist who was not even proved a real terrorist. There is something to say about that also from the Obama drone killings. I also know our government is connected to the phony war on terror, which has been connected to the Mossads being the false Al-Qaeda. War is bred from all sides for one order of evil, and this has been seen in history with Rome, Babylon and pretty much everywhere. This movie of course should never be seen as a justification to murder people, as this is clearly wrong, but one reason why things are going sour in a lot of places is what he is talking about, and that is very real. I give it 7 out of 10 for that. Uwe Boll just has some real guts making movies like this considering shootings that have sadly happened, but I can tell you mind control is not far off from that either in connection. We know how to clone, make robots, send out satellites, etc. etc., so how hard is it to think we cannot control a person or groups with any method, especially seeing in the past projects like MK ULtra and the current Project Monarch? Think about that. Dark movie, but good points are made.
Review By: erniecolorado1 Rating: 7 Date: 2014-08-27
Despite a wonderful performance from Brendan Fletcher, “Rampage: Capital Punishment” suffers a preachy, aimless, faulty script and a nauseatingly poor production…
I have to say I’m quite shocked by the generally positive fan- reception of Uwe Boll’s latest cinematic opus- the sequel “Rampage 2: Capital Punishment.” Frankly, because I thought this film marked a step back for Boll after the problematic-but-oddly-satisfying original. Yes, to me, this film felt much like Boll’s more infamous early work (“House of the Dead”, “BloodRayne”, etc.) in that it came off as far too cheap, seems obviously quickly thrown together as a cash-grab, and suffers some bizarrely poor writing.

But hey, to each his own, I guess.

The film follows the continuing exploits of the mass murderer Bill Williamson (Brendan Fletcher in a phenomenal performance… especially for the sub- par material), a man whose world-weariness has caused him to go rogue and attempt to educate the world of its many social and political, all while making dramatic examples by killing off random people in his titular rampages. This time Bill’s goal is to raid and take over a television news station, in order to publicly broadcast a personal recording and live interview so he can reach new audiences with his “messages” and ideals.

And while this does sound like a promising set-up, the film quickly implodes under the weight of its cheap production and writer/director Boll’s laughable attempts at writing socio-political material.

To start, this film is extremely hard to watch. Not due to graphic violence or shocking content, mind you. No, it’s hard to watch because it’s just so poorly made. Production value and general mood are non-existent with an obvious lack of budget and and even bigger lack of creativity. The film is predominately confined to a single location (the television studio), which presents a good opportunity to build a sense of dread through isolation and claustrophobia, but the boring shaky-cam camera-work and haphazard guidance of Boll do nothing to build off of this. It’s just clearly being thrown together without much thought, outside of “let’s shake and zoom the camera every 2 seconds to try and falsely manufacture a sense of grit.”

The fact that the scope is drastically reduced does also betray the material, especially after the larger, more “important” and impacting feel of the original. And the bizarre over-use of stock- footage (I would estimate up to 30% of the film is just repeated flashbacks of the original) makes it feel all the more cheap and thrown-together for the sake of a quick cash-in on the minor success of the first film. It’s pretty bankrupt from a creative standpoint, and shows a lack of thought or planning.

The writing takes a rather large drastic plunge as well. While I did have some issues with the first film’s messy narrative, it worked within the confines of the story that Boll was trying to tell. Here, everything is just so… forced, contrived and preachy, it feels less like an honest effort from a filmmaker, and more like the pretentious ramblings of a first-year film-student’s thesis work. Dialog ranges from laughable to groan-inducing, the social-political messages are forced in with all the subtlety of a brick-to-the-face, and the aimless writing will give you whiplash with how horrible it goes through shifts in focus.

The most cringe-worthy scene being a bizarre sequence in which Bill (who Boll is clearly trying to build up as an anti-hero) goes on a bizarrely contrived rant against yoga of all things, making tenuous random thought-connections in order to justify violence against an innocent woman. Seriously Boll… you’re so bitter against the world, you now have to attack yoga as though it’s a death-sentence worthy crime? Not to mention, this scene and others like it undermine the entire message of the film by making everything that comes out of Bill’s mouth sound like psychotic ravings, instead of intelligent thought. So congratulations, Boll… you invalidated your own darned film and everything it’s trying to say.

The only saving grace here- indeed the only reason you may want to consider watching the film- is for the amazing performance of Brendan Fletcher. Fletcher is obviously having a great deal of fun with the material, and seems to have a lot of faith in the concept. This is an award-worthy role for Fletcher, and it’s a shame he’s so devoting himself to such bad filmmaking.

This is a tragic mess by any stretch of the imagination. It’s cheap, forced, aimless and displays some truly poor examples of filmmaking.

And for that, I am giving “Rampage 2: Capital Punishment” a very poor 3 out of 10.

Review By: TedStixonAKAMaximumMadness Rating: 3 Date: 2015-01-16

Other Information:

Original Title Rampage: Capital Punishment
Release Date 2014-07-19
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 33 min (93 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Crime, Thriller
Director Uwe Boll
Writer Uwe Boll, Brendan Fletcher
Actors Brendan Fletcher, Lochlyn Munro, Mike Dopud
Country Canada, Germany
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Rampage: Capital Punishment 2014 123movies
Rampage: Capital Punishment 2014 123movies
Original title Rampage: Capital Punishment
TMDb Rating 5.9 168 votes

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