If glorious unrestrained violence is your fancy then Rambo has you covered. This is the most violent movie to come around for quite sometime.
Rambo has some substance to its story as well.
A missionary/medicine team comes to relieve the hopeless people caught up the middle of a civil war in Burma and they get kidnapped despite
Rambo telling them it was a bad idea to go in. Rambo connects with one member and helps find them when he has to show a group of mercenaries where he left them off; let the shooting begin.
This is a short movie but gets its point across fine, and Rambo still kicks you know what.
I have never seen any of the other Rambo movies so this was a first for me. If the previous three Rambo movies are this good, I will be begging Keith to watch them all back to back.
This was a very intense, very VERY brutal, gory movie that keeps you on the edge and begging for more throughout the entire movie. There is a war going on in Burma and some missionaries want to go and help out.
Well, Rambo tries to tell them that this is not where they need to be and they do not need to go over there. Well, do they listen? Of course not!!!
All is going well until the government starts bombing the camp they are at and then all hell breaks loose. Then the movie really starts; like I said this is a very brutal, very gory movie but I loved it!!!
3 ½ paws!!!