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Original Title: Rambo
In Thailand, John Rambo is living peacefully capturing snakes and transporting people and cargo in an old boat. But when he joins a group of mercenaries to venture into war-torn Burma, and rescue a group of Christian aid workers who were kidnapped by the ruthless local infantry unit. Rambo refuses, but is convinced by another member, Sarah Miller, to take them up there. When the aid workers are captured by the Burmese army, Rambo decides to venture alone into the war zone to rescue them.
Vietnam veteran John Rambo has survived many harrowing ordeals in his lifetime and has since withdrawn into a simple and secluded existence in Thailand, where he spends his time capturing snakes for local entertainers, and chauffeuring locals in his old PT boat. Even though he is looking to avoid trouble, trouble has a way of finding him: a group of Christian human rights missionaries, led by Michael Burnett and Sarah Miller, approach Rambo with the desire to rent his boat to travel up the river to Burma. For over fifty years, Burma has been a war zone. The Karen people of the region, who consist of peasants and farmers, have endured brutally oppressive rule from the murderous Burmese military and have been struggling for survival every single day. After some inner contemplation, Rambo accepts the offer and takes Michael, Sarah, and the rest of the missionaries up the river. When the missionaries finally arrive at the Karen village, they find themselves part of a raid by the sadistic Major Pa Tee Tint and a slew of Burmese army men. A portion of the villagers and missionaries are tortured and viciously murdered, while Tint and his men hold the remainder captive. Concerned by their disappearance, the minister in charge of the mission gathers a group of mercenaries and pleas Rambo transport them with his boat, since he knows their last exact location. But Rambo can't stay behind: he joins the team where he belongs, to liberate the survivors from the clutches of Major Tint in what may be one of his deadliest missions ever
Stallone brought back Rambo in a big (and gory) way! Rambo is living in Thailand, doing cool things like catching fish with a bow and arrows, capturing cobras and working out to keep an awesome looking physique. You know, manly things that I wish I could do so that I could have muscles(well, except for the cobra catching). Rambo minds his own business until these missionaries come to him asking to borrow his crappy boat so that they can help the natives in Burma. After some hesitation of sending them into a war zone (and the entreaties of one lady missionary), Rambo consents to this mission of mercy.
On the way down the river, things get hairy, Rambo does his thing and gets the missionaries to their location. Then a few days later Rambo finds out that the missionaries got captured by some really bad military forces in Burma (who also kill, rape and terrorize innocent civilians for some demented reason). So our man is commissioned to take a group of mercenaries to try to get the missionaries out of harm's way. A whole lot of killing ensures. This movie kind of is a shock to the system, even if you have been watching gory action films for years (just because of how civilians are messed over). There is so much blood and gory scenes, you kind of wonder how in the world did Rambo manage to get an R rating. Stallone explained in an interview that he was trying to draw attention to the plight of civilians in war torn regions (especially Burma) and that is why he intensified the violence.
I read on IMDb that freedom fighters in Burma fighting the corrupt regime quote lines from Rambo and bootleg copies circulate widely (despite the penalty of 10 years in jail for possessing a Rambo film, or so I heard.) Rambo was kind of too short (at 80 minutes) and ended in a weird but necessary way. I thought it was a good film, talked about some social issues and Rambo is back! I hope Rambo 5 comes soon.
This is THE MOVIE! If someone say to you "there is too much blood and blah blah blah..." Do not mind him at all! New Rambo is not about blood and gore, Sly tried to show us what is it to live in god forgotten contrives! The violence is pure and explicit! But this is probably how it is there! The movie is Absolutely GREAT, one of the best ACTION movies ever! And on top of this, when you will hear the main song in the beginning, there will be tears in your eyes and at the end of the movie, you will feel sorry ... because this is his last movie! :-( The only "bad" thing about this movie is ... its too short :-) but as I always say, its better short and great than LOOOONG and stupid! Hail to the KINGS
In the Rambo canon, where does this one fit? The tone is closer to "First Blood" but the body count is more "Rambo III." No matter how one dices and slices this new Rambo, the first one in 20 years, it will likely please fans of the long-in-the-tooth series.
Former Green Beret, U.S. Army Special Forces, and Vietnam veteran John J. Rambo (Sylvester Stallone
) agrees to take a group of missionaries, led by Michael Burnett (Paul Schulze
) and Sarah Miller (Julie Benz
), up the Salween River into war-torn Burma so that they can deliver aid to the Karen people who are being brutally tortured and murdered by the sadistic Major Pa Tee Tint (Maung Maung Khin
) and his army. When the missionaries are subsequently attacked by Tint's men and held captive, their pastor again hires Rambo to take a group of mercenaries to the drop-off spot in an attempt to rescue them. Rambo ends up joining them in the rescue. Rambo is the fourth movie in the Rambo series, which is based on First Blood, a 1972 novel by Canadian-American novelist David Morrell. Rambo was preceded by First Blood (1982)
(1982), Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)
(1985), and Rambo III (1988)
(1988). The screenplay for Rambo was written by Art Monterastelli and Sylvester Stallone. His full name is John James Rambo. One source is the Ultimate Edition DVD for Rambo III (1988)
(1988). There is a feature called "Survival Mode" that gives biographies for the main characters. Richard Crenna
, who played Col. Trautman in the first three Rambo movies, died Jan. 17, 2003 of pancreatic cancer. Stallone said, "Trautman died the day my friend Richard died." But Trautman does appear in the film during a dream sequence. It is a montage of black and white clips from the previous three films, including a split second shot from the alternate ending of First Blood (1982)
(1982), in which Rambo has Trautman shoot him in the stomach, killing him. Earlier in the film, we see a seemingly defunct "tallboy bomb" sticking out of the ground in the middle of the jungle. Apparently it had been dropped years earlier during World War II, but never went off and was never found and disarmed. Rambo, in an attempt to lead the Burmese soldiers away from Sarah and School Boy (Matthew Marsden
), runs with a piece of Sarah's shirt tied to his boot to attract the soldiers' attack dogs by scent. Rambo finds the tallboy bomb and straps the claymore mine to it, then covers it with some leaves and wraps the tripwire for the claymore around the piece of fabric. The soldiers arrive and pull the cloth and tripwire, causing the claymore to explode, which acts as a detonator for the tallboy bomb. One possibility is that the weapon that School Boy carries makes a louder noise than a regular rifle or gun would make, especially in the location they are in. The purpose of the shot was to cause an echo that would throw the Burmese off, thus giving Rambo time to run to the old bomb that we see earlier in the film. More likely, Rambo removes a piece of Sarah's clothing in order to lure the advancing army to him instead of her using her scent (which the dogs were given in the compound). He then asks School Boy to fire a shot in an attempt to alert the enemy to his presence. Note that, as the rifle report reverberates, Tint and his men stop their vehicles and begin pursuit on foot. Rambo's Claymore gambit wouldn't have worked unless the Burmese army is on his heels - the shot tells them where to look. According to the website of Gil Hibben, maker of the knife seen in Rambo 3 and Rambo 4, the original plot had Rambo losing his knife and later modifying its sheath to accommodate the one he made himself. Source. Just as the captured hostages are about to be executed, Rambo open fires with a machine gun, igniting a fierce battle between the mercenaries and Tint's army, with Tint's army having the advantage until the Karen rebels show up and join the fight. Sarah watches in horror as Rambo is shot in the shoulder by one of the soldiers on a gunboat coming down the river, but Rambo turns his machine gun on the boat until the guide blows it up with an RPG launcher. Realizing his defeat, Lt Aye (Aung Aay Noi
) attempts to run away, but Rambo follows, stabbing him in the abdomen with his knife and ending the fight. As Rambo stands on top of the hill, looking down at the survivors, Sarah rushes around looking frantically for Michael, whom she finds tending to the wounded. Michael and Sarah wave to Rambo. He waves back and begins walking away. In the final scene, Rambo is still walking, but this time he is in Bowie, Arizona, and he's heading down the road to his family's ranch. Yes. On January 5, 2016, Stallone announced that he will be retiring the Rambo character, leaving a planned fifth movie canceled. Yes. The composer Brian Tyler
reassured fans from the beginning that his score would be based on the late Jerry Goldsmith
's cues for the first three First Blood/Rambo pictures. Almost two years after releasing the theatrical version of Rambo, an extended version was released. Sylvester Stallone personally chose to revisit the footage and put together this Extended Cut. It is obvious that Stallone wanted the Extended Cut to focus more on the relationship between John and Sarah and giving more depth to the characters. He also removed some of the violence. Stallone put more than 7 additional minutes back into the film and did also carry out very minor changes leading up to a total number of 103 differences between both versions. The film is shown in a heavily censored version on US TV. Violence and sexual scenes had to be reduced. Disc 1: First Blood (Ultimate Edition), Disc 2: Rambo: First Blood Part II (Ultimate Edition), Disc 3: Rambo III (Ultimate Edition), Discs 4 & 5: Rambo (Special Edition), and Disc 6: Bonus Features.The bonus features on Disc 6 are exactly the same as the ones on the fourth DVD from the Rambo Trilogy (Special Edition Collection). It's difficult to say, there are reasons supporting both possibilities. Reasons why Rambo III isn't ignored are as follows: (1) There is a flashback to Rambo III which includes several lines of dialogue from Colonel Trautman, and (2) In Rambo III, Rambo gives the Afghani kid the necklace that Co Bao gave him in the second film. If Rambo ignored Rambo III, Rambo would still have the necklace. Reasons why Rambo III is ignored are as follows. (1) Rambo III ended in Afghanistan while Rambo: First Blood Part II ended in Thailand. Seeing how each film picks up where the previous one left off, if we were to include Rambo III, then Rambo somehow ended up back in Thailand with no explanation. (2) Rambo's world outlook at the beginning makes absolutely no sense if you include Rambo III. The third film ended on a positive note while the first two ended on a negative (thus the reason why Rambo was so cynical at the beginning of the second and third films). Therefore, if we are to include the third film, it would seem that Rambo wouldn't have such a negative opinion of mankind and the "f-ck the world" line would be very out of place, and (3) In the extended edition, there is a scene where Rambo has the same knife he had in the second film, why didn't he have this knife in the third film? After all he used a different knife when he went to rescue Trautman from Afghanistan. Either way it is really up to the viewer whether they decide to include Rambo III or not. Many viewers consider Rambo III to be the weakest entry due to it being way too similar to the second film although having a lot more of the cliched 1980s action movie one liners. If one doesn't like the third movie, then it certainly is possible to pretend that Rambo is the sequel to Rambo: First Blood Part II and is the third and concluding part of a trilogy.
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