Summary: This directorial debut of George C. Scott is not a disappointment in his direction of actors and himself; he conducts some effective dramatic sequences, some interesting thrilling scenes and almost creates a relevant story. In simple words: he plays Dan Logan, a rancher who wants to avenge his son's death during a failed military experiment where both were exposed to a nerve gas that also killed Dan's livestock.
Summary: George C. Scott both stars in and directs this melodrama, as he plays a rancher who, while out camping with his son, discovers that they were accidentally sprayed with an experimental gas, that has killed his son and livestock, and sends him to the hospital, where he learns that the military was behind it, and after being frustrated by their stonewalling, decides to take matters in his own hands, even though he has not escaped the effects of the poisoning...
Summary: The legendary actor George C. Scott's theatrical directing debut is a decent revenge tale, one with some flaws, but it's still a slick, professionally made, and reasonably compelling yarn. Scott plays Dan Logan, a nice guy farmer out camping with his son Chris (Nicolas Beauvy) when they are accidentally exposed to a nerve gas that the Army was testing.
Summary: This was one of the films I remember from back in the day. One of those that I watched every time it came on TV. Not artsy, but despite the usual predictable elements (as is the case with most films), I found the plot both interesting and entertaining. Watching it, you could imagine the possibility of it really happening and reacting the same way Scott's character did. Unfortunately, its not out on DVD.
Summary: While on a camping trip, Wyoming rancher Dan Logan (George C. Scott) and his son are inadvertently exposed to a secret Army chemical. Both of them end up the hospital and are lied to about their condition by a mysterious doctor (Martin Sheen) who is hoping to protect this top secret project. Of course, when Logan does find out he goes into a slow burning rage and kills everyone in sight.
Who is angrier than George C. Scott? No one, that's who!
Raegan Butcher, IMDb
13 April 2006
Summary: ***THIS COMMENT MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS*** Maybe its me but there was something about this film that worked on my nerves like a tongue on a rotten tooth. It's based on a true incident in Utah in which an Army truck dropped a cannister filled with nerve gas and a boat-load of sheep bought the proverbial farm. But if the wind had happened to be blowing in the direction of Salt Lake City that day... George C.
Summary: Well, everyone here who has submitted a review has given out all the spoilers for this film, which is why I stopped reading reviews here until I saw a movie. So by now you know all about the plot. I have not seen this one for awhile but I still remember this movie very well. The revenge Scott's character extracts is almost total and quite extensive which in my book makes this a great film to watch.
Summary: .... But the problem with RAGE is that it`s all a little too simple !!!!! SPOILERS !!!!! . Let`s examine the plot in detail . Farmer Dan Logan and his son are out in the countryside when a military helicopter accidently contaminates the pair with poison . His son dies so Logan goes on a sabotage spree against the company responsible for manufacturing the poison before dying . There that`s the plot .