Dwayne Johnson in a scene from "Rampage."
Dwayne Johnson via AP
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Usually paired with smaller companions like Kevin Hart or Moana, Dwayne Johnson is for once the diminutive one in "Rampage," a hopelessly bland and bizarrely self-serious monster movie. Johnson plays primatologist Davis Okoye in Brad Petyon's adaption of a classic 1986 arcade game.The two are actually a winning pair, but "Rampage," unfortunately, isn't the Rock-and-monkey buddy comedy ("The Guerrilla and the Gorilla"?) we might crave."Rampage" would surely sink a less-sturdy action star, yet even here, the wayward mishmash of monster-movie tropes only seem to ping off the charismatic actor like bullets deflected by Superman.Naomie Harris plays a genetic engineer."Rampage" is currently screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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