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  • Rambo: First Blood Part II
    • Rambo: First Blood Part II
    • Runtime:96 min
    • Release Date:2014-12-18 03:53:36
    • Director: George P. Cosmatos
    • Genres: Action, Adventure, Thriller
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MOVIE REVIEW:Rambo: First Blood Part II
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To quench the thirst of the most thirstiest action fan. Excellent
score, excellent special effects and explosions galore. Ignore Ignore
Sly's bad accent and all's well that ends well. The "Stud of Studs"
gives a phenomenal performance. Sly's body is excellent as usual, a
lean and mean fighting machine.

If you think about it, I've seen p*rnstars with bodies bigger than
Sly's. I wonder how these guys manage to keep up their physiques with
constant sh*gging??? Answer: illegal and banned STEROIDS in a quest to
make their d*ck longer.

Back to the film: (PLOT) Rambo is working in a labor camp prison when
he gets a visit from his former commander, Colonel Sam Trautman
(Richard Crenna). Trautman offers Rambo the chance to be released from
prison after the events of the first film and given full clemency, but
on condition of him going into Vietnam to search for American POWs.
Rambo meets Marshal Murdock (Charles Napier), an American bureaucrat
who is in charge of the operation and he tells Rambo that the American
public is demanding knowledge about the POWs and they want a trained
commando to go in and search for them. Rambo is briefed that he is only
to photograph the POWs and not to rescue them, nor is he to engage any
enemy soldiers. Rambo reluctantly agrees and he is then told that an
agent of the American government will be there to receive him in the
jungles of Vietnam.

Rambo parachutes into the Vietnamese jungles, but loses most of his
equipment in the process and is left only with his knives, his bow, and
arrows. He meets the agent, a native girl named Co-Bao (Julia Nickson)
who wants to go to America, and who arranges for she and Rambo to go
upstream with a group of river pirates. Rambo comes to the camp, and in
contradiction to his briefing, he finds American prisoners there and
rescues one of them from a makeshift crucifixion. He, Co and the
American POW escape with the pirates, but are attacked by a Vietnamese
gunboat and are promptly betrayed by the pirates, who fear the
military's reprisals would they not cooperate; Rambo sends Co and the
POW to safety and manages to destroy the gunboat with an RPG and kill
all the pirates. When Rambo calls for extraction, he is denied as
Murdock fears what will happen to him and his party if the American
public come to know about it.

Rambo and the American POW are recaptured. Rambo's wrists are bound to
an oxen yoke and he is lowered into a cesspool (or possibly a pit dug
especially for the purpose of torture). Later Rambo learns that the
Soviet Army is aiding the Vietnamese and training them, and is tortured
badly by a Soviet officer, Lt. Col. Podovsky (Steven Berkoff) and his
robust henchman Sergeant Yushin. Rambo is ordered to contact the
American military and tell them that they should not send any more
commandos for rescue operations in Vietnam. Meanwhile, Co enters the
camp in the guise of a prostitute and comes to the hut in which Rambo
is held captive. Rambo agrees to Podovsky's condition, but instead
threatens Murdock on the radio that he is coming to get him, then
escapes from captivity into a nearby jungle with Co's help. Co then
tends to Rambo's wounds and begins to implore him to take her to the
United States. Rambo agrees and they kiss, however they are then
attacked by some Vietnamese soldiers and Co is killed. Rambo kills them
all (except for their commander, who escapes, but is later killed by
one of Rambo's exploding arrows) and then buries Co's body in the
jungle.

Following his escape, the camp's Soviet and Vietnamese soldiers are
sent to look for him. Rambo assembles his weapons, and using guerilla
warfare tactics, is able to kill a large number of enemy troops. He
proceeds to a small enemy camp and destroys it and several vehicles
with explosive arrows. He hijacks a UH-1N Twin Huey helicopter from the
Soviets after killing Sergeant Yushin and proceeds towards the POW
camp. He destroys most of the camp with the helicopter, then lands and
arms himself with the M60 machine gun that is mounted on the Huey,
kills the remaining soldiers, and rescues all the POWs. They get to the
helicopter and head towards the American camp in Thailand. Lt. Col.
Podovsky chases them in his Mil Mi-24 helicopter gunship. Although
Rambo's helicopter is heavily damaged by Podovsky's helicopter, he
manages to land his helicopter on a river, then fakes his death. When
Podovsky comes near him and gets careless, Rambo fires a LAW at
Podovsky's chopper, obliterating it.

Rambo then returns to the base and wrecks Murdock's command center. He
threatens Murdock with a knife, challenging him to find and rescue the
remaining American POWs in Vietnam. Trautman then comforts Rambo and
tries to pacify him. An angry Rambo responds that he only wants his
country to love its soldiers as much as its soldiers love it. As Rambo
leaves, Trautman asks him, "How will you live, John?" To which Rambo
replies, "Day by day." Again Crenna puts in a great performance and is
complemented by Charles Napier. Steven Berkoff is oustanding as Lt.
Col. Podovsky.

Buy it on DVD or BLU-RAY. And enjoy on your home cinema.

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*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) gets approached by his old buddy Colonel
Trautman (Richard Crenna) to go on a mission, but first Johnny must
decide if he wants to leave his good job as a pebble-maker. He says
"yeah".

Next, Rambo jumps out of a plane to meet his 'contact', a sizzling hot
Vietnamese chick (of course) named 'Co' (Julia Nickson) who helps Rambo
collect some American P.O.W.s until she gets several body-piercings the
hard way. Now Rambo is REALLY mad – again! He goes back to the command
center to shoot up millions of dollars worth of tracking equipment and
threatens a government official with his big knife.

The beginning of Stallone's three Rambo 'shoot-em-up' sequels, every
one of which proves that he was full of crap when he was promoting
'First Blood' in 1982 (the year of that film's release) and talking
about how he wanted to "show respect for the American military fighting
man"…. yeah, right.

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