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| Oct 30, 1992
Washington Post
It's in this dry procedural that Friedkin's film tends to be most effective. ... Full Review
| Oct 30, 1992
Washington Post
What's extraordinary -- and where "Rampage" is most effective -- is the courts' dependence on the mercurial, subjective nature of psychiatric evaluation. Although it is full of effective touches such as these, "Rampage" relies on a conventional central scenario, in which D.A. Biehn -- assigned to the case -- investigates, captures, then attempts to prosecute the apparently motiveless McArthur. ... Full Review

Austin Chronicle
Yet odds are, he'd regard Rampage's hero, Anthony Fraser (Biehn), a wimp. Still, Rampage employs Friedkin's plentiful knowledge of the gritty business of police work and criminal activity. McArthur plays this creep to chilling perfection. ... Full Review


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