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  • One of, if not the best Sylvester Stallone movies that has ever been made

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      First Blood, directed by Ted Kotcheff is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was October 22, 1982 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Drama/Thriller and stars Sylvester Stallone as John J. Rambo, Richard Crenna as Colonel

      Samuel Trautman and Brian Dennehy as Sheriff Will Teasle.

      John J. Rambo better known as just plain old Rambo, wages war on a small town’s police force after they arrest him and torture him. His last battle with torture left him permanently scarred from his Vietnam days, only to have them rehass those bad memories and turn this one-man killing machine into a savage bloodthirsty beast.

      One of, if not the best Sylvester Stallone movies that has ever been made. The character was well developed and played into, the mental case that he portrays is truly convincing.

      This is ...


      • First Blood (1982)
      what should happen to all those police officers who don’t follow the letter of the law. This movie should serve as a reminder that they should be fair and courteous to all no matter their background or how they appear.

      A great movie with a great cast that shows

      off alot of originality and it is also very entertaining. As mentioned previous, one of the best movies starring the main character and one of the best movies made ever.

      This movie has made it in the ranks of an instant classic and there it will forever remain. Enjoy!




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