Review: Rampage strays too far from the novels

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In yet another tone-deaf Hollywood misfire, Rampage arrives in theaters with none of the nuance and thought of its source material.

Within J. R. R. Tolkien’s magnum opus, the 39-book Rampage anthology, a rich tapestry is woven.

Rampage director Brad Peyton nearly forwent the entirety of this rich source material narrative in favor of cheap, fleeting thrills.

In more capable hands, such as Peter Jackson, we might have been treated to a lush, 118-movie epic.

Save your money for a film that stays faithful to the source like Sherlock Gnomes.

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