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RageRage is an action-crime film directed by Paco Cabezas. Paul Maguire is a respectable businessman living peacefully until the violents past suddenly appear and haunt him. When his daughter is kidnapped, Paul Maguire collection of former accomplices to help him find his daughter by all means. All of this has led him to the dark path and bloody secrets buried in the past.Keywords:
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Directors of "Rage"Paco Cabezas
Creators of "Rage"Jim AgnewSean Keller
Critic Reviews of "Rage"VarietyJuly 14, 2014
Piles on the foreign accents and paint-by-numbers brutality, all served up with a grim, operatic self-seriousness that gives Cage's antihero little room to maneuver.New York Magazine/VultureJuly 11, 2014
Cage may not always be easy on the eyes, but at his best, you can't turn away from him, because you never really know what he'll do next. But here, the actor plays it drab and dour.Philadelphia InquirerJuly 11, 2014
There isn't an original frame or line of dialogue in Rage.RogerEbert.comJuly 11, 2014
A dull, lifeless thing even in spite of its efforts, old-school grindhouse picture-style, to put an exploitation-nihilist spin on the dad-with-action-movie-skills-on-the-rampage boilerplate ...Detroit NewsJuly 10, 2014
It's hard to say this is the worst film Nicolas Cage has ever made - there are just too many contenders to choose from. But it's near the bottom.USA TodayJuly 10, 2014
Rage is so full of cliché, convention and just plain odd narrative choices that it can't get out of its own way.Movie TalkSeptember 21, 2014
Cage's investigative method is to shoot first, ask questions later, so it's no wonder his lines of inquiry run into dead ends.Common Sense MediaSeptember 19, 2014
It feels like the dynamic, volatile actor is on auto-pilot, and the rest of the movie doesn't do much to back him up.The PlaylistAugust 23, 2014
Tired, lazy, incongruous, shocking and hilarious in all the wrong places, "Rage" is destined for the graveyard television slot, squeezed between infomercials for mops. Perhaps there is a good drinking game in here somewhere.Cinemalogue.comJuly 25, 2014
Even the stylish fight sequences don't have much of an impact because the film takes itself way too seriously.ColeSmithey.comJuly 22, 2014
Judging from the lack of quality on the screen, perhaps it's time for Cage, Glover, and Stormare to throw in the towel.Projection BoothJuly 22, 2014
It's sobering conclusions are heartfelt, but ultimately unearned.
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