Rambo vs. Burma

The new Rambo Movie. The Rambo. The Stallone. The Bad acting and probably gruesome violence. The Trailer.

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  1. Jen
    October 29, 2007 at 3:05 pm

    I reluctantly saw Stallone’s last Rocky film and it was surprisingly a nice, little movie. It seems he is trying to redeem his most famous characters from their horrible sequels and 1980s fimmaking by exercising total creative control for once.

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  2. John Cunningham
    October 29, 2007 at 6:09 pm

    There’s a statue of Rocky here at the steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum, that big Greek temple looking building if you’ve only ever seen pictures of Philadelphia. It’s quite a tourist attraction, plus people running up the steps of the Museum like Rocky, the victory jumping up and down when you get to the top. Stallone does emotion tugging movies. If I’d have been Rambo back in ’75 when the democrat congress finally was able, after we had been out of Vietnam for two years, cut funding to South Vietnam thereby handing the South over to the communists I’d have gone right to the Capitol and personally taken out the democrats. I don’t know Stallone’s party leanings, but I’d like to think he’s not a defeatocrat.

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  3. Lionheart
    October 30, 2007 at 4:32 pm

    I can’t imagine that no one really voiced anger at the amount of violence, throat-cutting, beheading, bombing …etc in this bloody movie. Imagine it’s an Arabic movie? What would the press in the U.S. and Europe say?

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