After getting injected with a rage serum, the injected man must use his new found abilities to stop a rich vengeful businessman from flooding the streets with his serum to destroy the city.
>> I’m kinda riding this one close to the vest. It’s still in writing mode,
The point of a logline for craft is to tell the story in brief and to test its appeal before spending months on the script (with beat sheets or outlines and whatnot in between).
The protag needs more of a description than “man.” The rage part would be the same with anybody so what makes him ironic or special in this predicament? What is it about this one rage guy that makes us think he has a little hope in stopping the villain? Why is he needed at all, why can’t the police deal with such a bad guy?
After getting injected, is he enraged the entire time? If yes, would that get tiring? Is part of his conflict trying to act clearly while enraged, the inner battle of human vs animal?