Films starring Dwayne Johnson

Skyscraper

By Hannah Woodhead

Dwayne Johnson takes on terrorists in a towering inferno in this run-of-the-mill blockbuster.

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Rampage

By Hannah Woodhead

Dwayne Johnson goes toe-to-toe with some genetically-altered giants in this silly and entertaining blockbuster.

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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

By Hannah Woodhead

Dwayne Johnson and co enter a virtual wilderness in the ’90s reboot nobody asked for.

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Baywatch

By Amy Bowker

Bums, guns and red lycra – Baywatch is back and it’s exactly what you’re expecting.

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Fast and Furious 8

By Adam Woodward

Dwayne Johnson ups the ante as the automotive action franchise successfully navigates a tricky existential crossroads.

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Moana

By Alexia Stam

A feisty Polynesian princess takes care of business on the high seas in this delightful animated caper.

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Central Intelligence

By Katherine McLaughlin

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart prove perfect comedic bedfellows in this snappy crime caper.

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San Andreas

By Adam Woodward

Crash bang wallop! Dwayne Johnson sizes up Mother Nature in this sub-Emmerichian actioner.

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Fast & Furious 7

By David Jenkins

Paul Walker’s swansong is a petrolhead poem to omnipotence and the concept of God in the digital age.

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Hercules

By Adam Lee Davies

Director Brett Ratner’s take on Zeus’ most ripped offspring is a bumbling, dizzy-headed chore.

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Pain & Gain

By Adam Nayman

Feel the pump! Michael Bay’s muscle-bound satire is Bad Boys on ’roids. And that’s not a good thing.

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Fast & Furious 6

By Lewis Bazley

The chase/stunt/joke formula is played to diminishing returns in the latest instalment of this 18-wheeler franchise.

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