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Old 10-10-2006, 23:35   #21
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Avery Brooks is rumoured to have a part in this new film.

Rambo 1 and 2 are pretty great films. Part 3 was almost unwatchable, but it does contain one of the best lines ever at the end. Stallone and Crenna surrounded by an entire army:

- "What do you want to do?"
- "**** 'EM!"
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Old 10-10-2006, 23:58   #22
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I loved all three, classics cant wait for the 4th at least its not a remake of the first
and Lefthanded defo most classic line ever.
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Old 11-10-2006, 05:45   #23
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Also Steve Berkoff!! What the hell was he thinking????
He was a great baddie. Best thing in Octopussy as well. Far beyond OTT.
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Old 05-02-2007, 12:17   #24
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I can't believe the negativity towards Rambo III, it was great.
It was an over the top, big budget, fun action movie with as little realism as possible.

There is a market for escapism fantasy and this film certainly was made it's mark.
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Old 05-02-2007, 13:35   #25
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Was Rambo III where they only had one of each type of Russian helicpoter, so as soon as one was "destroyed" another came along to give the impression of a bigger budget?
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Old 05-02-2007, 15:17   #26
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Rambo IV :- In the Serpent's Eye

Is he going to be getting it on with the eyed one monster
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Old 05-02-2007, 17:47   #27
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First Blood looks amazing on HD-DVD.
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Old 05-02-2007, 22:54   #28
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First Blood was one of the first dodgy videos I watched.
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Old 05-02-2007, 23:25   #29
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Rambo IV :- In the Serpent's Eye

Is he going to be getting it on with the eyed one monster
It's been retitled Pearl of the Cobra now anyway, according to Stallone. http://www.aintitcool.com/node/30861

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Old 06-02-2007, 16:53   #30
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They should call it RAMBO IV:HE'S GOING TO **** SOME PEOPLE UP

Succinct.
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Old 09-02-2007, 19:57   #31
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Loco Agreed To A Point

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First Blood - Brilliant film

Rambo II - Awful tedious rubbish

Rambo III - Not as good as FB but miles better than Rambo II

I rest my case.
While II is the worst it is not a really bad film it is just a bad film. But is still the type of film you can watch while not bothering about the story and what is wrong with those on occasions.
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Hhhmmm....

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With just eight days to go until filming starts on Sly Stallone’s other comeback, Rambo IV: Pearl Of The Cobra (no, we don’t know what that subtitle means, either), we’re delighted to report that the movie’s cast has been augmented by none other than ex-Coronation Street star, Matthew Marsden!

Marsden will play a mercenary who works alongside Rambo in the movie, which sees the grizzled Vietnam War veteran brought out of retirement (again) to kick some ass (again) when a group of missionaries are kidnapped in Burma (ok, that bit’s new). Rambo immediately assembles a team of young bucks – including Marsden - to help rescue the do-gooders, and we’ll go out on a limb here by saying that we reckon all hell will break loose.

Although he could never be described as a great actor, Marsden’s vaguely flourishing career is a rare example of someone achieving success after leaving Britain’s longest-running soap (there’s also Sarah Lancashire and, umm, Amelia Bullmore who reinvented herself as part of Chris Morris’ Jam collective), where he spent a year playing Chris Collins, the world’s least convincing motor mechanic.

And when we say ‘vaguely flourishing’, we mean it: Marsden has picked up roles in the likes of Anacondas: Hunt For The Blood Orchid (where he played the world’s least menacing bad guy), D.O.A.: Dead Or Alive (where he played the world’s least charming rogue), and Resident Evil: Extinction. Yes, he was in Ridley Scott’s Black Hawk Down, but only for about two minutes.

So there’s no doubt that Rambo IV will be his biggest gig to date - unless, of course, he gets bumped off in the first ten minutes – and we genuinely wish him, and Rambo’s return, well.
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So the film is Written by Stallone, Directed by Stallone, Produced by Stallone... Any chance he is also going to write the music?
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Old 15-02-2007, 11:51   #34
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So the film is Written by Stallone, Directed by Stallone, Produced by Stallone... Any chance he is also going to write the music?
Don't be silly, that's what his brother's for!
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This sounds like it's going to be utter jizz. Can't wait.
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The arrow scene in rambo 2 is great, we used to try and freeze the VHS to see where they swopped the chinese bloke for a dummy.

Damn you DVD
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In rambo 2 Julia Nickson-Soul as Rambo's liaison in Vietnam, Co Bao stunningly gorgeous.
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In rambo 2 Julia Nickson-Soul as Rambo's liaison in Vietnam, Co Bao stunningly gorgeous.
She certainly puts steam in a man's strides! She later turned up in Season 1 of Babylon 5.
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Rambo III is probably the only film I've seen that gives insightful political commentary whilst trying to be a mindless and simple. Normally, it's the other way around.
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The films name has changed again. It's now called 'John Rambo'.
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