Rampage 3 : President Down
Bill Williamson is back, alive and well and doing a recon mission around D.C. This time he wants to cause a major population disruption within the USA which result in devastating consequences reverberating throughout the world. His new mission this time to bring down The President of the United States and his Secret Service detail. Bill brings with him all the freak-in havoc and acidity of the previous 2 movies.
Rampage 3 : President Down
Uwe Boll goes from video game movies and makes what could possibly be the most anti-American trilogy of movies ever made (in North America anyway).Our hero is a terrorist (who's dialogue could be taken word for word from any Uwe Boll rant YouTube video) who kills people indiscriminately in order to get rich.... and then kill the rich.A very interesting series, though it's a shame Boll spends so much time on people sitting down and discussing his "views" in the sequels rather than having his subversive message being hidden in the background of a "I can't believe what I'm seeing" violent action movie like the first.Like D Fens from Falling Down had a baby with The Punisher, then dropped it on it's head.
Rampage: President Down is the third and final installment in the Rampage film trilogy. Both controversial director Uwe Boll and actor Brendan Fletcher return to complete the trilogy with this 2016 sequel that finds Bill, the angry gunman, now being hunted down by the US government when the President of the United States is assassinated.
He is an unhinged and violent Social Darwinistic terrorist and a political extremist who desires a cut down on the world's population in order to prevent scarcity of natural resources (food, water, land, energy), and later aspires to implement an anarchist government.
He robs a bank, killing some of the employees, including one who tried to physically subdue him. Bill slices his throat and mocks him for "playing hero", and discourages everyone to not dare oppose him. Outside the bank, he puts on a show by burning fake money, which he had printed up earlier, to show that it is worthless and causes the problems of the world. Bill has killed at least 93 people during this rampage, which has only lasted a morning.
Immediately after committing his rampage in Tenderville, Bill disappeared and had been living off the grid for years with the money he stole from a bank during the massacre. The video recording of his rants about violent population control had since garnered millions of views and turns Bill into an Internet sensation among hate groups and political extremists.
In the third and final film, taking place three years after the second, Bill is revealed to have married a woman named Crystal and now has a baby son, Billy. They live underground in a forest. His dad, Alan, committed suicide, unable to live with the guilt of his son's actions. Bill returns from hiding and, while carrying a sniper rifle, boards a train to Washington, then goes to the roof of a parking garage on 7th Avenue (1.2 miles from the White House) and assassinates the President of the United States, as well as the Vice President of the United States and the United States Secretary of Defense. He quietly returns home again by train. Blame immediately falls on both ISIS (with the news making claims that they are taking responsibility) and secretly Bill with a few agents of the FBI. After ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, the United States - not knowing Bill's alive, and thinking it was ISIS - launches a series of nuclear attacks on the Muslim nations and kills millions in the Middle East. Enraged by the nuclear attack, he then taunts the authorities, preparing for a final assault in which he expects to die as a martyr of his own cause, further establishing his iconic legacy. As federal authorities begin investigations upon who has murdered the president, Bill is able to hear what they are saying by having hacking their devices. The authorities begin suspecting Bill and catch surveillance of him walking around Washington, and that his entry into the data base as "Deceased" is an error, seeing how everyone thought he perished three years prior. FBI Agent Murray then recaps the events of the previous events, as well as adding that Bill's father, Alan, has committed suicide since he couldn't live with the guilt for all the people Bill murdered. Vincent and Molokai proceed to suspect Bill by playing his message from the second film, and Vincent Jones scorns Bill's message, strongly disagreeing with whatever Bill has to say, as while Jones' accomplice Molokai does the opposite, agreeing with much of Bill's logic. Vincent is rather unconvinced, mostly against Bill's rants that blacks are thrown in jail out of racism and the United States' aggressive foreign policies to declare war, particularly upon the Middle East. Vincent counter reacts that blacks commit crimes non-stop, which is why the police are so occupied and militarized, that they should be blamed for creating problems for the country rather than the police, and that the United States has to attack now or else they will be attacked and then overthrown.
Shortly afterwards, Bill sends in an electromagnetic pulse to the agents' HQ, which kills their power and wipes out all their data files, which hinders Vincent, Molokai and Murray's progress in tracking down the President's assassin. Bill, having hacked the entire FBI database, has now learned all data details of Molokai and Vincent, including their family's names, their family's personal lives, their phone numbers, their emails and their addresses. Vincent has an angry meltdown over how much his personal life has been exposed. With the FBI and a fully armed police squadron arriving, Crystal urges that they both evacuate with their baby, but Bill insists that he stay while only Crystal and Billy run, leading to a minor argument when Crystal stresses that Billy needs a father to look after him.
In the final battle that happens in a forest covered in snow, Bill goes into a gunfight with Molokai, Vincent, police officers and the SWAT team. His wife Crystal and their son Billy were able to flee before the fight began to take refuge inside a house. In the ensuing battle, Bill is able to kill all of his opponents. After killing Vincent and Molokai's officers, Bill finishes off Molokai while Vincent runs up and shoots Bill in the abdomen several times, before Bill returns fire and also hits Vincent. Since the beginning of his rampage seven years ago, Bill has finally failed to avoid getting shot and now bleeding badly, he goes to lie next to a tree and peacefully succumbs, dying with a smile.
Bill Williamson appears to have Antisocial Personality Disorder, making him similar to a psychopath. It is unknown if he was born with this or developed it over time due to society. Bill has an aggressive, militant, far-left political agenda that primarily involves cutting down the world's population to allow enough resources for humanity to survive. Bill believes that overpopulation is the cause of much of the world's problems and seeks to solve this by killing the elite and rich, disabled and sick people and everyone in the third world to ensure that, "maybe, [humanity] can survive". However, as the films go on, Bill reveals that he has more radical beliefs in addition to his views on population control and eugenics.
Rampage is a 2009 independent film directed by Uwe Boll starring Brendan Fletcher in the lead role. Despite its name and the fact that it's made by a director most famous for video game adaptations, it is not connected to Midway's series or the 2018 movie adaptation. The plot concerns a young man named Bill Williamson posting vlog rants about how the world is overpopulated and society's going down the drain, while building a suit of body armor and stocking up on weapons, leading up to a bloodthirsty rampage through his town. Amazingly, given the poor reputation of its director, it's actually a pretty good movie. The sequels are about Bill trying to rile up others through means of Internet or television to join in on his rampage.
In April 2020, Uwe Boll announced he is developing a Rampage video game for Steam tentatively titled "President Evil" where you play as Bill Williamson and shoot down the President of the U.S. The game supposedly occurs between the second and third movie.
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