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RAMPAGE (2018)

RAMPAGE (2018)
  • Genre: Fantasy, Action

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  • Run time: 107 minutes

  • Director(s): Brad Peyton

  • Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Will Yun Lee, Malin Akerman, Joe Manganiello, Naomi Harris

  • Ratings Info: moderate violence, threat, brief gory images, rude gestures

  • Note to parents: Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience.

  • Synopsis: RAMPAGE is a US fantasy action film in which an experiment gone wrong unleashes three mutated monsters.

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RAMPAGE is a US fantasy action film in which an experiment gone wrong unleashes three mutated monsters.


There are scenes of action violence as giant monsters attack humans or fight amongst themselves. Human characters fight back against the monsters using guns and explosives. Battles between the creatures involve the use of their teeth and claws, as well as various pieces of debris which are used as weapons. There are also occasional moments of more realistic human-on-human violence, including fistfights and a shooting.


The action sequences include several moments of threat, as humans find their lives at risk from the rampaging monsters or from buildings falling down around them.

Injury detail

There is one brief gory moment when a man discovers the bodies of victims in the aftermath of a monster attack, one of whom appears to have been torn in half. Further injury detail includes cuts and scrapes on characters' faces and some streaks of blood on their clothing. The monsters become more bruised and bloodied throughout the course of their battles, but there is no particular focus on these injuries.


There is mild bad language and the use of rude hand gestures.

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