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Ver Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison

Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison is a movie starring Robert Patrick, Heather Graham, and Bruce Davison. The true story of the infamous prison break of Gary Tison and Randy Greenwalt from the Arizona State prison in Florence,...

Genres
Thriller, Action, Crime, Mystery, Drama
Director
Dwight H. Little
Starring
Robert Patrick, Bruce Davison, Alex MacNicoll, Heather Graham

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Action, Crime, Mystery, Drama
Director Dwight H. Little
Writer James W. Clarke, Álvaro Rodríguez, Jason Rosenblatt
Stars Robert Patrick, Bruce Davison, Alex MacNicoll, Heather Graham
Country USA
Also Known As Last Rampage: Der Ausbruch des Gary Tison, Blood on fire, The Last Rampage, プリズン・ランペイジ, Déchaînés
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The true story of the infamous prison break of Gary Tison and Randy Greenwalt from the Arizona State prison in Florence, AZ, in the summer of 1978.

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Sunday, 24 May 2020 09:29

In the first movie, The Last Rampage, it's a tight three-way battle between James Remar and the Wachowski brothers. This time around, it's a battle between James Remar and a gang of gangsters. James Remar (Johnny Lee Miller) is a former police officer who is now a black ops cop and is a hotshot who is hired to go undercover in a high-level drug smuggling operation led by Lord Christopher Sugar (Kevin Costner). It's up to Remar to infiltrate the operation and capture Sugar before the Wachowski brothers realize what they have. Director Ryan O'Neal, who worked on the original film, uses a lot of editing and time-lapse photography to keep the action moving along at a fast pace. There are plenty of scenes in which Remar is able to act and have a change of heart, but he also has to deal with the Wachowski brothers' team of criminals. As a result, it is clear that Remar is getting close to being the last man standing. If the Wachowski brothers can not take care of Remar, the movie ends in a grand finale. The Wachowski brothers have made a career out of creating action and drama movies, and it's obvious that they will continue to do so. I hope that The Last Rampage proves that they can be just as successful as the likes of Stallone, DeNiro, and Schwarzenegger. There are some flaws with the story, but these are small-scale. The Wachowski brothers clearly know that action is the most important thing for the audience. They don't want to leave you feeling bored or empty. When a movie has some problems, you can at least be assured that it has a good story. As far as the action, it's really not that bad. It's fast, it's flashy, and the action sequences are well-executed. The only thing that bothers me is that the violence is done in a pretty gory way. The Wachowski brothers really want to show the audience that these guys are going to be killers, but that's just a little too much. I also have to say that the acting by Miller and Costner is not as good as the first movie. This time, there are some cliches and a little bit of melodrama. The other thing that bothered me is the way that James Remar's character is developed. He seems to have been written for a bit of a weirdo, which is not really how I would have imagined him. Also, the fight scenes in this movie are way too over-the-top. This movie has to be considered a huge success for the Wachowski brothers, and I hope that they keep making these types of movies.


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