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  • I really enjoyed watching Rambo move in stealth mode and all out attack mode

    • by Manolo

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      Sylvester Stallone is back as John Rambo in the fourth installment of the Rambo series. This time around Rambo is taking care of business in the Burmese jungles. Some missionaries visit Rambo, who lives in Thailand, and hire him for transportation to Burma to deliver medical supplies to a village. The Burmese army attacks the village

      and captures the missionaries. Now it is up to John Rambo to save the day as he accompanies a group of mercenaries on a rescue mission.

      I was waiting to see this movie for a long time and avoided watching any commercials or reading reviews so that the movie would be fresh for me. Rambo certainly did not ...

      • disappoint. Rambo is jam packed full of action. The beginning of the movie is a little slow with Rambo uncharacteristically taking guff from some people. However, once Rambo fires his first bullet, the movie picks up on an almost nonstop rampage of death.

        I really enjoyed watching Rambo move in stealth mode and all out attack

        mode. The action sequences were excellent. Rambo did most of his damage with his trusty bow and hand crafted gigantic machete. The movie does a good job of making the Burmese army appear like scum. I’m sure everyone in the theater was rooting for their deaths. If you want action and violence, Rambo delivers one hundred percent.

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