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Ratings & Reviews

  1. J1mmyc5's rating of the film Rampage

    A rough, raw documentary that shows the hard life of some young black youths in Miami. Its gritty handheld style and fast cuts compliment the tough subject matter. Whilst Gittoes is an active subject in the film, accusations of exploitation are ridiculous, as it is an observational look at one family, not a sociological study of the problems of Miami's ghetto. Sadly, the subject remains extremely relevant 8 years on

  2. Ara Ball's rating of the film Rampage

    More people need to see this. Powerful film. Raw and very real.

  3. Jacob Mirzaian's rating of the film Rampage

    I didn't read any exploitation. I appreciated too the director taking the lead of the subjects in the film, trusting them and what parts of their community and their lives they wanted to have documented, and then become more active in helping after marc's death. He even acknowledges on screen the role his film making might have had in the loss of a life. But the family considers him a friend. A very moving film.

  4. msmichel's rating of the film Rampage

    Documentary meets exploitation film. Filmmakers intentions seem disingenuine and exploitative. The story of a soldier, a poet and a rising star supposedly with the three all being led to believe they are on their way to great things. A lot of performing and posturing for the man with the camera....know what i'm sayin.

  5. Junda Mane's rating of the film Rampage

    Excellent documentary & the Special Edition DVD actually came with the soundtrack. Winning.

  6. Howard Orr's rating of the film Rampage

    A fascinating and disturbing documentary. I don't agree that it is exploitative: which documentary isn't exploitative in the sense that it elevates the reputation of its maker(s)?