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In 1986 the popular rampage game was played in arcade’s, and now it is playing on movie screens. Many adults were excited be to finally see there favorite video game come to live. If you love video games or apes then you’ll love this movie. The movie follows the story of Davis Okoye (Dwayne Johnson), a former US Army Special Forces soldier and member of an anti-poaching unit. He befriends a rare albino gorilla named George, whom he saved from poachers. And raises him as his own. However, one day an  object falls out the sky which causes Georges behavior  to become violent. Along with George many animals start to act out and grow at an unbelievable  rate.

Davis goes to help find George because a lot of bad people want to hurt him. I feel this is so sad because they’re the reason this happened to him.  What Davis didn’t know someone on his team was lying to him! He works at a San Diego wildlife preserve. There is a scene in the movie where it really touches a lot of us at the end. So, Davis knew he could handle getting his friend back on his own when people were trying to kill the animals that got hit by the object falling out of the sky. This movie made a great impact to me because it showed me how you could be friends with animals. Mostly the real meaning of family and how a family is supposed to stand up for each other. This movie is not a scary movie, but it does have some parts where you can jump in. Also the movie has a lot of funny parts. Sharing laughs with strangers is the best part of life. So if you ever have time on your hands,  go see this movie. I strongly recommend that you go check the movie out, your never know what you’re missing.

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