Rage 1995 R

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(11) IMDb 5.3/10

Injected with lethal chemicals known to induce murderous rage, Alex races against time and runs from the police in his desperate search for the antidote that will save his life.

Starring:
Gary Daniels, Kenneth Tigar
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

Rage

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action
Director Joseph Merhi
Starring Gary Daniels, Kenneth Tigar
Supporting actors Fiona Hutchison, Jillian McWhirter, Peter Jason, Mark Metcalf, Tim Colceri, David Powledge, Doren Fein, Judith-Marie Bergan, Emilio Rivera, David Weininger, Gary Imhoff, Chuck Butto, Ramon Sison, Rod Britt, Raymond Fitzpatrick, Gary Bullock, James Tartan, Dave Aranda-Richards
Studio Echo Bridge
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I can not explain to you how much I hated this movie.
Steve
Gary Daniels is far from being a great actor, but he acts action out well enough in this movie to make it pretty intense.
dominion_ruler
Gary manages to cart his wife and daughter off to safety, then returns to face all the bad guys in a showdown at a mall.
Michael Butts

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Kesic on June 11, 2005
Format: DVD
this film is out of control. it's one of those movies you can watch over and over because it is non-stop, ultra-violent, mindless action. there's plenty of funny lines here and there, and the dialog for the main bad guy is over the top and hardcore. cars corkscrew through the air, mack trucks explode and the firefights are awesome. it's kind of like commando. well worth measly 7 bucks.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rob Nile on February 15, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
"Rage" does some really dangerous work like the main charicter falling what looks like ten stories onto a scafold. this particular stunt did not use weird angles or cut-aways and the actor Gary Daniels claims to do all of his own stunts (other than hellicopter car stuff)
there are lots of very dangerous very authentic looking stunts in this movie but all toghether, they just arent that exciting. one example is a long scene in which the charicter runs from police in a sixteen wheeler smashing through cop cars. this is a great idea that streaches about 15 minutes for what could take maby three. It's not a matter of suspense it's a matter of moving on.
supposedly the charicter was forced to take chemecals that could turn him into a super warrior. but in the fights he seems to do about equally well before and after the "rush" kicks in. but even before this super syrum the charicter says he "spent more time in the gym than most people spend watching televison" and he is also very close to his martial arts instructor. I have a hard time seeing any kind of real transition. the fights after his groove kicks in are all very quick. I'd say less than two minutes of fighting in the whole movie not includeing a two minute part where the charicter gets beat up by a tall woman and a short man who do strange pro wrestling techniques
the rest of the movie seems to be trying to get the moral accross that news stations tend to condemn without the facts. it spends almost as much time getting the moral accross as it does trying to follow the actual story.
I can see a lot of potential for all the people who put this movie toghether but in an effort to fill time it just ends up being boreing
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 20, 2004
Format: DVD
Gary Daniels tries hard. He usually plays honest, dedicated, loving, kind, etc. RAGE is no exception. And Gary is not a great actor. And this has a preposterously absurd script. But it has some really exciting action sequences..Gary drives an 18 wheeler; Gary hangs from a skyscraper; Gary goes to the mall. Here's the plot: Gary is a second grade teacher; on his way from dropping his daughter off for a party, he is carjacked by a lunatic illegal alien, running from the guys who want to use him in some government experiment. Daniels and the illegal are both captured; Gary is wanted for the experiment because he's such a superior physical specimen. They inject him with some serum that will make him a consciousless killer. Gary wakes up and kills the majority of the staff at the lab, and then he is whisked off by the potbellied sheriff and associates to a deserted site, where they plan to kill him. Gary escapes and of course is now branded a maniacal killer, and the whole world is after him. INCLUDING Kenneth Tigar and Jillian McWhirter, a tv reporter and his camera lady, who manage somehow to believe Daniels is innocent. Tigar cops an exclusive interview with Daniels quite by accident (Daniels has gone to his neighbors house to borrow his van). The crusade begins to clear Daniels, including the Governor who doesn't want the lab's experiments to hurt his re-election. Gary manages to cart his wife and daughter off to safety, then returns to face all the bad guys in a showdown at a mall. Whew!Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dominion_ruler on July 6, 2007
Format: DVD
Gary Daniels is most well known for his skills as a martial artist. Originally appearing as quiet villains/or bad guys in movies such as City Hunter, Ring of Fire or Final Impact, Gary has evolved into playing the lead good-guy roles in numerous martial art/action movie films. Among these films, Bloodmoon gets to show off his martial art skills the most. White Tiger shows off one of his better overall performances. In Rage, this is Gary Daniel's best outing at an all-out action feast.

Rage is the kind of action movie that focuses more on action than story - no surprise. Unlike many b-action films that do this, Rage does it well, by giving us some intense action, that a minimal storyline still keeps the movie enjoyable. What's interesting about this film is that a 2nd grade school teahcer named Alex gets mixed up in secret governement business, and suddenly finds himself running for his life, unleashing martial arts skills and impressive driving skills - all within the first 15 minutes of the film. Discovered by accident, Alex proved to be the best candidate for a type of program similar to the Universal Soldier program (movie with Jean-Claude) because of his great strength. He escapes the building where the testing and experiments take place, and runs for his life the rest of the film. A kind of subplot eventually forms, for a reporter, who is practically a nobody and is out to prove Alex's innocence and becoming a somebody, and to help Alex out at the same time.

Action is what it is all about. For a b movie, this is the best action I have ever seen. It looks like nothing is computer generated, thus resulting in intense action sequences that are convincingly real. Yeah there is some editing on camera angles, but it still does the job.
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