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Rambo [Ultimate Edition] [3 Discs] [DVD]

SKU:6875688
Release Date:11/23/2004
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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    89% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (8 out of 9)

    Special Features


    • First Blood: Sylvester Stallone commentary, never-before-seen alternate ending
    • Rambo III: Deleted scenes
    • Groundbreaking military special operations features
    • Survival mode: enhance your Rambo experience with a suite of special ops playback upgrades
    • Early Warning System (EWS): get advance notification of upcoming survival mode viewing enhancements
    • MetaBrief: access instant intelligence dossiers at critical moments in the film
    • MetaScope: scope out people, places and events as they occur in the movie
    • MetaSight: acquire enemies and objectives via laser-guided targeting
    • MetaPoint: track action with a picture-in-picture radar sweep of topography and terrain
    • MetaMap: dial in a 3-D on-screen satellite positioning map
    • 16:9 widescreen versions/2.35:1 aspect ratio
    • 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis


    First Blood
    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, Rovi

    Rambo: First Blood Part II
    The dark-horse box-office hit First Blood spawned this even more successful sequel in which Sylvester Stallone, reprising his role as ex-Green Beret loner John Rambo, is extricated from prison by his former superior Colonel Trautman (Richard Crenna) for a top-secret operation to bring back POWs still held in Vietnam. Teamed up with a female Vietnamese freedom fighter (Julia Nickson), Rambo embarks on a "reconnaissance" mission. A love interest develops in the beautiful young guide -- she dies by enemy fire; he seeks revenge. Of course, there are also corrupt American officials behind the mission, and Rambo saves them for last. Over the course of the film, Rambo kills enough communist bad guys to fill the Rose Bowl, using everything from fishing line to exploding arrowheads to rocket launchers. Stallone mumbles, grunts, and groans his way through this laughable and often insulting film intended to exploit anti-communist fervor at the height of the Reagan years. ~ Jeremy Beday, Rovi

    Rambo III
    The third entry in the ultra-macho Rambo action movie series finds muscle-bound warrior John Rambo (co-writer and star Sylvester Stallone) refusing a request from his former Vietnam superior, Green Beret Colonel Trautman (Richard Crenna). Trautman is to lead a mission to aid the mujahedeen rebels fighting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, but the Buddhist Rambo turns his friend down. When the mission goes awry and Trautman is subsequently captured and tortured within a prison fortress, Rambo launches a rescue effort of his own, armed with his trademark bow and exploding arrows. Along the way, he allies himself with the freedom fighters and runs afoul of the villainous Russian commander Zaysen (Marc de Jonge). At the time of its release, Rambo III -- released in the same month in 1988 that Russian troops began withdrawing from Afghanistan -- was the most expensive film ever made, at 63 million dollars. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Sylvester Stallone
      Sylvester Stallone - John Rambo
    • Richard Crenna
      Richard Crenna - Trautman
    • Brian Dennehy
      Brian Dennehy - Teasle
    • David Caruso
      David Caruso - Mitch
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      Jack Starrett - Galt




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