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Wednesday Special Cinema (2/17): Globo shows Rampage film – Total Destruction

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Without the classic football broadcast, Globo will show the film Rampage – Total Destruction at the Special Cinema on Wednesday (17), starting at 11:40 pm (Brasília time). Released in 2018, the film shows the friendship between Davis Okoye (Dawyne Johnson) and a gorilla. But the animal goes through a genetic experiment and turns into a real monster.

In the plot, Okoye is a primatologist who lives a secluded life. He has an unshakable bond with George, a very smart gorilla who has been in his care since birth.

However, everything changes when the primate is the victim of an unauthorized genetic experiment. The process goes awry, and George turns into a creature of enormous and ferocious size that can destroy everything in front of him.

To make things even more complicated, Okoye discovers that other animals have also gone through this experiment. To prevent his best friend from causing a worldwide catastrophe, the primatologist must partner with a discredited geneticist to develop an antidote.

The rest of the cast consists of Naomi Harris, Jake Lacey, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Breanne Hill and Malin Âkerman. Check out the trailer below:

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