an absolutely all stops pulled out assault featuring an aging
Stallone as our lead character and an effort by Stallone --
the co-writer, director, and star -- to also raise awareness
of the mayhem and slaughter going on in Burma.
It's really graphic and doesn't hold anything
If you're a Rambo fan and love action,
this will make you happy.
However, if you didn't like the previous
Rambos, then stay away.
It's definitely not for everyone. For myself,
it's scissors up!
After a 20-year hiatus, John Rambo is back
in one of his most violent episodes so far.
Times may have changed, but Rambo remains
the same green beret killing machine he was long ago.
Slanted more towards action than previous
films, this venture into Burma proves almost too much for our
Will he survive? Only the paying public
It's been 20 years between the movie Rambo
III and this sequel.
Sylvester Stallone returns as co-writer,
director, and stars in this unusually brutal fourth run of the
stomping action franchise.
The new installment is by far the most
violent and graphic in the action series.
The picture is as gory as films come, and
has some of the most gruesome action shots you'll ever see.