Rampage is loosely based on a video game in which players get to be monsters who are destroying the world. You were rooting for monsters and the goal was destruction. But Peyton puts humans at center-stage and now the goal is to save the world – or at least Chicago where the three monsters are running amok.
Rampage veers between exhausting action sequences and eye-glazing exposition.
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