Is it a bird, is it a plane, No its Rampage.

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Is it a bird, is it a plane, No its Rampage.

GEORGE IS FIGHTING THE BAD GUYS WHO ARE DESTROYING CHICAGO: George fights the bad guys and starts a fire in Chicago.

GEORGE IS FIGHTING THE BAD GUYS WHO ARE DESTROYING CHICAGO: George fights the bad guys and starts a fire in Chicago.

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GEORGE IS FIGHTING THE BAD GUYS WHO ARE DESTROYING CHICAGO: George fights the bad guys and starts a fire in Chicago.

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GEORGE IS FIGHTING THE BAD GUYS WHO ARE DESTROYING CHICAGO: George fights the bad guys and starts a fire in Chicago.

Gianna Ruttler, Spring Author

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Rampage is a 2018 science fiction film directed by Brad Peyton. The film is about an albino gorilla who turns into a raging creature of enormous size as a result of a rogue experiment to try and stop two other mutated animals from destroying Chicago.

7th grader, Emma Ferreira said, “It was hilarious; I loved the movie, especially the ending there is a lot of laughter and play.” Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, she says, is Ferreira’s favorite actor from the movie. Ferreira says that her friend Jozalyn made her want go see the movie and the trailer.

Kayla Ruiz also had input on the movie. Ruiz said, “The movie was good it was really funny.” Ruiz explained her favorite scene was when George, the gorilla, pretended to die. She continued saying, “My favorite actor was Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson; he made me want to go see the movie, but also, I was invited.” Ruiz continues to say “this movie was very intense”.

In conclusion this 2018 fiction film was loved and shared all around the world by lots of people. Brad peyton is an American director with amazing ability to destroy things and work with cameras. Here is what Peyton said in an interview by Joe Deckelmeier “the movies are about trust and friendship.”

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