J.P Sebastian says that Rampage which features The Rock is a terrible movie

In the movie review, movie critic J.P Sebastian critiques the movie Rampage and chats about why it is a terrible movie.

Sebastian says that the movie Rampage was based on a video game from the 80’s and see’s Dwayne ‘The Rock Johnson’ befriend a giant albino ape which gets infected by an experimental, mutagenetic chemical that’s made from an evil cooperation.

What’s horrible about it is that we’ve seen this premise a million times.

J.P Sebastian, movie critic

Sebastian says that we’ve already had Pacific Rim which recently came and showcased monsters attacking the city. This is just a reincarnation of King Kong and Godzilla he adds.

Not super original stuff is coming out here.

J.P Sebastian, movie critic

If you can swallow the pill of mutants attacking cities, then you know what you’re in for says Sebastian.

Also read: Movie review: Wolverine 3 ‘Logan’ exceeds expectations - critic

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