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As storytelling, the latest Rambo is the most bare-bones of the bunch. Rambo has little to say, so it's especially galling that Stallone, as director and co-writer, obliges him to have essentially the same conversation at three different points (the final distillation: "Live for nothing or die for something"). The Burmese army goons seem in competition to commit the most hideous atrocity (e.g., child skull-crushing underfoot), the better to justify the eventual, lovingly protracted spectacle of them being eviscerated by high-powered weaponry. Although shot in Thailand, the movie has mostly been photographed in brown, reducing any particular sense of place but, perhaps, perversely increasing our gratitude for the splashes of purple whenever hot metal tatters flesh. --Richard T. Jameson
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Not a lot of time was spent writing the script. Plenty of action and no substance.Published 1 hour ago by Brian C.
BEST RAMBO MOVIE EVER MADE....THE LAST 10 MINUTES OF GORE MADE ME HAPPY.Published 4 days ago by Medicmaniac
Always enjoy a mindless movie after a hard day at the office.
Helps me relax.
What more can you ask for from an action movie. Rambo takes some missionaries to Burma against his better judgement and when they don't return he goes to get them back.Published 8 days ago by Kindle Customer
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i know that the extended cut of Rambo does not have movie money
Jul 31, 2010 by William J. Robinson | See all 4 posts
DVD Active announced it will premiere only on Blu-ray Disc in Canada and the United States on July 27, 2010 sorry about that
Jul 31, 2010 by William J. Robinson | See all 3 posts
Amazon never charges me for something I've ordered until it actually ships. I've got pre-orders going up to a year in advance. Hope this helps.
Jul 17, 2010 by J. Parker | See all 2 posts
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