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Paul Maguire (Nicolas Cage) is a respectable businessman and loving father living peaceful life until his violent past comes back to haunt him. When his teenage daughter is taken from their home, Paul rounds up his old crew to help him find her. His search for justice leads Paul down a dark and bloody path of revenge, betrayal and longPaul Maguire (Nicolas Cage) is a respectable businessman and loving father living peaceful life until his violent past comes back to haunt him. When his teenage daughter is taken from their home, Paul rounds up his old crew to help him find her. His search for justice leads Paul down a dark and bloody path of revenge, betrayal and long buried secrets.… Expand

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A picture that isn’t as terrible as its title suggests now as deep as its story aspires to be.

Rage actually has something to say about the futility of vengeance, though that doesn’t become apparent until a climactic revelation re-contextualizes everything. Unfortunately, getting to that sorrowful ending is a real slog.

The movie is imprisoned by its Cage’s stiffness. All he gives us is strained, robotic seriousness. I’m not sure he even gives us any rage.

There’s a late-breaking twist that might seem impressive if it didn’t make all the previous mayhem feel so intensely pointless.

Proficiently made but fatally unpersuasive in its portrayal of internecine gang warfare, this thuggish melodrama piles on the foreign accents and paint-by-numbers brutality, all served up with a grim, operatic self-seriousness that gives Cage’s antihero l

Rage is another formulaic re-tread that needs its brakes re-lined.

Tired, lazy, incongruous, shocking and hilarious in all the wrong places, Rage is destined for the graveyard television slot, squeezed between infomercials for mops.