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Old 01-26-2008, 10:54 AM   #1
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"RAMBO" the Movie, What are your thoughts about the movie?

I saw the movie last night, and i would have to say it was a pretty badass movie.....bloodfest...lots of action with an old school feel.
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werd? the critics didnt give it a big rating but its not supposed to be an oscar type movie.
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werd? the critics didnt give it a big rating but its not supposed to be an oscar type movie.
Man you have got to see this movie, if you like the old school Actions films of the 80's, except with lots of cool gore, than this movie is for you.
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my dad got me into the rambo movies back when i was a kid. he had some bootleg rambo movies on vhs, lol.

ill check it out.
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my dad got me into the rambo movies back when i was a kid. he had some bootleg rambo movies on vhs, lol.

ill check it out.
yeah my dad too, I have seen all the Rambo movies, Missing in Action movies with Chuck Norris at the movies when i was a kid too
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ya i wanna see it too. he was on the MICHAEL SAVAGE show last night.
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RAMBO KICKS ..................
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man i liked all three rambos, i think i would like the the 4th one as well
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I dunno about Rambo, but Sylvester Stalone is a fukking phag...

He is ultra liberal (doesn't like people to have guns) but makes movies glorifying guns and killing people with them. ...
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He is ultra liberal (doesn't like people to have guns) but makes movies glorifying guns and killing people with them. ...
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despite your thoughts on Stalone, Rambo was an action packed movie, Lots or action and blood but was a awsome freakin movie!!!!! Highly recommended
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its good to see good ol action movies out there without all the hi-tech cgi or friggin circus-cable martial arts.
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Watched all the Rambos and Rockies as a kid and loved 'em, so I feel obligated to see this one. As stated, there are few movies that have that old school action packed feel these days.
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Watched all the Rambos and Rockies as a kid and loved 'em, so I feel obligated to see this one. As stated, there are few movies that have that old school action packed feel these days.
The original "Rocky" was the best of them.
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About to leave to watch it @ 9 in Tomball!
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The original "Rocky" was the best of them.
screw that. part 4 was the best.
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Well, he may be anti-gun, but I like what he has to say in this interview about all this anti-America sentiment goin' on around the world.

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Before I saw the movie, I thought it will be a gotta see just as a legacy thing...already saw the others so this would complete the whole thing kind of mentality. So I was not thinking this would be a good movie right off the bat.

Then, Friday came. I went to see it around 4pm.

GOTTA TELL YOU - this is a movie where the director (Stallone), allows one to see everything you have ever wanted to happen to bad guys. I mean, this movie just kicked the guts out of the bad guys. It is one of those movies, where the good guy, once on a mission, just does his stuff with no bs.
The action scenes are very much to the point (eliminate the bad guy in any most direct and violent way you can).

As above posters have said, if you are a guy who has seen some of the 80s and 90s action pics and have missed the way the bad guys were dispensed with, this movie is just for you.

I think the movie was awesome. Definitely the best of all four. No BS. Just pure bad guy elimination the way only Rambo could do it. Bravo Stallone.
Screw the critics - they are a bunch of old geezers who need their bifocals to see the scenes and worry about the shading of a wall's color rather than the content of the action.
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