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John Rambo has retreated to northern Thailand, where he's running a longboat on the Salween River. On the nearby Thai-Burma (Myanmar) border, the world's longest-running civil war, the Burmese-Karen...  View more >

Starring Sylvester Stallone, Sam Elliott, Matthew Marsden...  View more >

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Feb 9, 2008
Aug 4, 2010
"Rambo" is the forth and the most violent and worst opf the series. The only reason why Sylvester Stallone got the tired ond movie from the mothballs is that he can relive his 1980's glory. The movie started out with a news report about what's happening in Burma (or Myanmar, take your pick) Even ion a Sylvester Stallone movie, you won't learn much about a country in turnoil. A better film about Burma (Myanmar) is the doctumentary "Burma VJ" which will tell yopu more. Now back to the movie. Stallone again plays John Rambo, a Vietnam Veteran who can't put his past behind. He lives in Trailand taking care of King Cobra for pit battles. Then, he met a grpoup of missoniaries who he want to take nnorthward to a camp. Later, he learned that the group he took up is been captured and he must rescue them. In the first Rambo movie, He battle for his self. In the second, (and the beswt of the series) he return to vietnam to save his fellow servicemen. In the third, Rambo was trapped in someone else's vietnam and the fourth, It's all in the violence. Sick violence that dominate the movie and won't let go. The film carries no message except it was drown in violence and gore. I can't recommend the movie. It should end the series.
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