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Rage 2010 123movies

Rage 2010 123movies

May. 01, 201085 Min.
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Watch: Rage 2010 123movies, Full Movie Online – A thirty something man who lives in a suburb just outside of Portland says goodbye to his beautiful and loving wife and heads into town. There he unintentionally provokes the wrath of a mysterious motorcyclist. The confrontation between the two, sets in motion a day long battle. Beginning in the form of harmless taunts then quickly escalating into something more serious and then into something unimaginable..
Plot: A thirty something man who lives in a suburb just outside of Portland says goodbye to his beautiful and loving wife and heads into town. There he unintentionally provokes the wrath of a mysterious motorcyclist. The confrontation between the two, sets in motion a day long battle. Beginning in the form of harmless taunts then quickly escalating into something more serious and then into something unimaginable.
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Rage – Violent and uncontrolled anger. Yup, sounds about right.
As far as over-enthusiast amateur fan-boy movies go, you could do a lot worse than “Rage”. This film is the one-man-project of Chris Witherspoon, who wrote, edited, filmed, produced and directed everything by himself, and he played one of the lead roles as well, although admittedly it is a role that doesn’t require a lot of acting skills and/or facial charisma. The plot can simply be described as a sick cat-and-mouse game between a man in a car and someone on a motorcycle with a pitch-black helmet. Does that remind you of something? Well yes, in fact, Witherspoon’s film is an obvious reboot of Steven Spielberg’s powerful TV-movie debut “Duel”, with a motorcycle instead of a truck. The similarities are so unmistakable that Spielberg’s classic is even referred to – in detail – in a piece of dialogue between two random characters. This presumably was the director’s bright plan to prevent him from getting called a rip-off artist or an imitator. It’s all fine by me, because “Rage” is suspenseful and entertaining, with a good pacing and a couple of effective shock moments. During the last half hour, Witherspoon abandons the “Duel” premise and goes straight for over-the-top slasher action. Why not, right?
Review By: Coventry
It’s an ‘homage’.
Writer Dennis Twist (Rick Crawford) drives into town to end his extra-marital affair with lover Dana, but winds up invoking the wrath of a mysterious motorcyclist on the way. En route home, Dennis finds himself terrorised by the leather-clad, black-helmeted biker, who will stop at nothing to satisfy his rage.

Low budget horror/thriller Rage borrows so heavily from Steven Spielberg’s Duel that its writer/director Chris Witherspoon feels obliged to acknowledge the fact with a scene where two incidental characters discuss the 1971 movie at length. In doing so, his film becomes an homage (which sounds so much better than rip-off, don’tcha think?). As if nicking the plot wasn’t enough, Witherspoon also names his central character Dennis—presumably after Dennis Weaver, who played the lead in Spielberg’s movie—and gives his film a similarly snappy four letter title.

For his final act, Witherspoon turns to the slasher genre for inspiration, his motorbiking psycho becoming a seemingly indestructible bogeyman à la Michael Myers, not just targeting Dennis, but also his poor wife Crystal (who, in one particularly brutal scene, is beaten up and raped), and an elderly couple who live across the street who meet a gruesome fate via the business end of a chainsaw.

However, despite the flagrant cribbing and a general lack of originality regarding the plot, Rage didn’t have me flying into one. Witherspoon’s film is actually a reasonably well crafted thriller, one that certainly belies its budgetary limitations, delivering some decent thrills and spills, cool characterisation (Dennis is such a slime-bag), and a smattering of gnarly violence. I doubt very much if it will launch Witherspoon as the next Spielberg, but as ‘homages’ go, I’ve seen plenty worse.

Review By: BA_Harrison

Other Information:

Original Title Rage
Release Date 2010-05-01
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Budget 0
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Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Action, Drama, Horror
Director Chris Witherspoon
Writer Chris Witherspoon
Actors Audrey Walker, Ricky Crawford, Chris Witherspoon
Country United States
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