First Blood is the Sylvester Stallone film that unleashed "Rambo" onto an unsuspecting world. Wandering into a small, hostile town, ex-Green Beret John Rambo (Stallone) is targeted for persecution and abuse by potbellied Sheriff Will Teasle (Brian Dennehy). When he can stand no more, Rambo goes bonkers, killing a deputy and heading into the surrounding hills, armed to the teeth. Only after Rambo has picked off practically every law enforcement officer within a radius of 50 miles do the local authorities bring in his former commanding officer, Trautman (Richard Crenna), for advice. Trautman's response -- that the locals had better get a lot of body bags ready -- is hardly encouraging. First Blood proved to be one of Stallone's biggest non-Rocky hits. Kirk Douglas had originally been cast as Trautman, but he quit the project when the producers refused to cave in to his demand that Trautman kill Rambo in the finale.~Hal Erickson
Audio commentary with Sylvester Stallone
Audio commentary with author David Morrell
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Sylvester StalloneJohn Rambo
Craig Wright HustonRadio Operator
Stephen E. MillerGuardsman #1
Raimund StammGuardsman #2
Stephen DimopoulosGuardsman #4
Bruce GreenwoodGuardsman #5
Mike WinlawTV Reporter
Donald AdamsGuard C.O
Jerry GoldsmithComposer (Music Score)
Joan E. ChapmanEditor
Wolf KroegerProduction Designer
Andrew G. VajnaExecutive Producer
Mario KassarExecutive Producer
Tom BronsonCostume Designer
Rob YoungSound/Sound Designer
Action and Adventure
Year of Release
Blu-ray, Includes Digital Copy
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Rambo: First Blood [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] 
I love this movie. It has been one of my favorite movies for many years, since it first came out. I am 48 years old and have watched FIRST BLOOD more times than I can remember. I would recommend this wonderful movie to anyone and everyone.
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Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
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Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
It is a great film. I first watched this probably on cable tv and a 13" TV. Saw it several times then. Then DVD and Blu-ray. This version is better than the standard Blu-ray and not just because I have an LG Oled TV. This film is widely acknowledged as the best in the Rambo series and probably Stallone's best film. Viewing the film with commentary for any fans of the film is an absolute must. What I didn't realize before is the amount of effort and craziness in making this film. Many crazy scenes that people including Stallone got injured making. Another actor turned down the role since what the director wanted was not an easy acting role at all. It wasn't exactly just the stunt people taking all of the risks. Stallone in this film participated in a lot of the crazy stunts.
I NEVER THOUGHT RAMBO FIRST BLOOD WOULD LOOK AS GREAT AS IS DOES IN 4K ..BECAUSE AS AN OLDER MOVIE..BUT I WANTED TO TRY IT IT WAS PRICED RIGHT AND BECAUSE TOP GUN WAS AN OLDER MOVIE AND IT LOOKED GREAT AS WELL IS WHY I GAVE FIRST BLOOD A TRY.. I WAS NOT DISSAPOINTED !!!!! AND ALL RAMBO FANS KNOW THE MOVIE AND HOW GOOD IT WAS. A GREAT BEGINNING TO THE RAMBO SAGA.
First time watching this film ever, and I'm glad I watched it in 4K. Yes it has some film grain in some scenes, but that's not a bad thing! I got it for $8 on Black Friday and love it! Great film overall!
The welcomed difference that I noticed in the 4K UHD (as opposed to the standard Blu-Ray) was the color timing or HDR. To me, it looks slightly more realistic. There is appreciated color and clarity enhancement, especially the mountains shot when Rambo is arriving into town. However, there are still instances in the movie when he is on the run or hiding where the picture looks soft. Thankfully, the stuntman on the bike was kept (unlike Arnold S. on the bike in Terminator 2: Judgment Day).