Rampage 3 (2016)

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Avg Rating: 3 / 5. Voted: 26

No one cared thus far. Do you?

AKA: Rampage: President Down
Directed by: Uwe Boll
Starring: Brendan Fletcher (Bill Williamson), Crystal Lowe (Crystal), Steve Baran (Molokai), Ryan McDonell (Jones), Loretta Walsh (Reporter), Zain Meghji (Reporter)
Country: Canada
Language: English
Runtime: 01:39:42
Genres: Mass Killings

Plot – Spoilers:
Bill this time targets the President of the United States in a sniper attack. Unfortunately, Rampage 3 doesn’t devote much time to this and instead dwells on a terribly incompetent FBI unit and Bill’s lame family life. He apparently has a kid and girlfriend now – probably to give him something higher than himself to sacrifice.

Rampage 3 climbs further down from Rampage 2 and one can only assume this is the end of the series. Director Uwe Boll appears post-credits tipping his hat, suggesting as much.

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CRYSSIS
CRYSSIS
October 7, 2020 4:19 pm

Fuck yeeeeaaah!!!

ripeddievanhalen
ripeddievanhalen
October 10, 2020 3:31 am

Based af

Tom C
Tom C
October 10, 2020 9:34 pm

It’s Rampage – you get what you get. For me, I’ve enjoyed the entire trilogy – it’ll never win an Oscar but hey, not many films do :). It does what it says.

josef
josef
October 12, 2020 11:08 am

yooo based and Kaczynskipilled

HOXiFiRE
HOXiFiRE
November 26, 2020 7:13 am

Yeah this movie fucking sucks. Bills motives completely contrast from the first movie. It went from a just an ordinary dude who goes off the rail one day, to some edgy liberal teenager wet dream. If your a 14 yo loser who idolizes Eric Harris this is the movie for you. Otherwise just watch the first one and leave it there.

anglofile
anglofile
Reply to  HOXiFiRE
September 27, 2021 11:04 am

In the first one, he had a Malthusian depopulation agenda in mind, so it wasn’t like he just went crazy with no other considerations at all. I didn’t agree with his motives in the first movie, nor the second, but I’ll take a Malthusian over a modern liberal any day of the week.

anglofile
anglofile
Reply to  anglofile
September 27, 2021 11:06 am

Then again, I’m torn because others here are saying the movie is based and Tedpilled, so it’s unclear whether I should invest the time or not.

Another Based White Guy
Another Based White Guy
Reply to  anglofile
September 27, 2021 3:54 pm

Bill was based. But then the Liberals worms turned and ruined it, just like everything else they put their greedy little dick-skinners on.

anglofile
anglofile
Reply to  Another Based White Guy
September 28, 2021 6:26 am

I never did manage to figure out if Uwe Boll was trying to be sincere with these movies or if he was just trying to screw over the German people again with his purposefully shitty tax dodges (and accidentally made a good movie). That guy is/was hard to read. I wouldn’t be shocked if he was secretly based tho.

HOXiFiRE
HOXiFiRE
Reply to  anglofile
September 30, 2021 5:06 am

Oh, well I must’ve missed that part I thought he just flipped a switch or something and goes postal. But in this one if i remember correctly he has a left wing anti America stance and I know he bitches about gun control and capitalism and all that, you know typical modern lib shit. I dont recall him having any ideas like Ted did, though its been nearly a year since I last watched this.

anglofile
anglofile
Reply to  HOXiFiRE
January 19, 2022 7:55 am

Oh god, that’s horrendous. That’s a complete betrayal of the character and franchise. I wonder if it was Boll’s choice or whether the rootless movie production clique interfered with his script. The latter seems more likely to me, given Boll’s record. I think they probably decided to reign him in after his spree of anti-establishment cinema, full of broad-appeal populism and anti-elite, anti-global-finance themes[1].

Assault on Wall Street, for example, is the kind of populist screed that these modern lefty wannabe-countercultural “intersectional oppression olympics” filmakers would be spinning out all the time if they were intellectually honest and hadn’t abandoned their integrity along with their quasi-meaningful Occupy movement in favour of becoming brown-nosed cheerleaders for mega-corporations (within a decade, those guys went from believing, mostly correctly, that big businesses shouldn’t have real rights to believing that big businesses need to do more to suppress our freedoms and get more involved in activist politics). Yet Hollywood’s champagne socialists and “liberal” “activsts” never make these films: Assault on Wall Street is still incredibly unique for even covering its subject matter at all, let alone so unflinchingly (very solid film too, and part of the early stage of Boll’s golden era — something that few predicted he would ever have!).

Boll, on the other hand, can be a bit of a scumbag (fleecing the German taxpayer was a low point), but he seems like a fundamentally honest scumbag. He didn’t even attempt to hide the fact that he was exploiting tax breaks designed to incentivise serious German cinema. And his whole boxing match thing was hilariously unconventional and self-aggrandising. I don’t know how much he _really_ understands of Hollywood and the world of filmmaking – I think maybe more than most people give him credit for – but he definitely understands, on an instinctual level, that film critics, journalists in general, and other filmmakers almost all deserve unadulterated contempt. So I wouldn’t exactly call him based but he’s certainly closer than 95% of the Western filmic establishment.

And, yeah, you gotta go back and rewatch the first few scenes of the original Rampage movie. I’m pretty sure we’re introduced to his politics within the first 5-10 minutes. It’s very straightforward and laser-focused on a single issue – Malthusianism, overpopulation, the need to cull the herd, and maybe a hint of eugenics – but there’s certainly more of a thought process behind it than “he just snaps”. He has a system of beliefs that mean that when he actually does snap, he really goes off the rails. Not that he’s necessarily wrong on an intellectual or metaphysical level – though I’m pretty skeptical of Malthusianism and totally reject the idea that the _West_ of all places needs to depopulate – but he’s definitely wrong when his conclusions lead him to try to cull the entirety of humanity on his own and on his own say so.

[1] When I say “populism”, I mean it in a positive sense without any of the negative connotations given to the word by the legacy media. “Populism”, literally meaning “the will of the people”, is just a weasel word the globalists use instead of democracy when the outcome doesn’t go their way.

justsaying
justsaying
April 23, 2021 9:17 am

cringe

naturalselector88
naturalselector88
October 13, 2021 2:42 am

This is what we need, this is inevitable. Prepare brothers, war is near.

William
William
Reply to  naturalselector88
February 26, 2022 9:49 pm

You’re 12

oof
oof
December 2, 2021 4:26 pm

oof…difficult to watch, even in the background. Shame considering that the first was actually quite good. I mean, how inept are the people chasing this guy? Every single time they’re just going to walk into the bombs. Okay.