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May 16, 2012This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. What is one of the most cliche things in action movies? In the middle of the rush, the hero finds a badass woman to save and it stops the action scenes for more dramatic speeches. Well, Rambo III has no girls. And it has no stop either. Even the scene that Rambo is enjoying a game with horses is interrupted by hellicopters, bombs and explosions. So, what else do you need? It's an awesome mindless rush of shootings. Let me put this on other way: Do you know that scene on Rambo: First Blood Part II that Stallone enters the hangar with a M60 and shoots the hell out of computers and displays? It's that with people instead of screens and 102-min long.… Expand
Jan 3, 2015Rambo agora terá que resgatar seu fiel amigo e superior Coronel Trautman,que comandou uma missão de impedir a invasão do Afeganistão pelos Soviéticos,porém fracassou e acabou sendo torturado pelo comandante Soviético Zaysen,agora rambo sozinho terá que enfrentar um exército gigante e bem armados por um fiel amigo.
Nov 12, 20147.5
This film is a wild and dull rip off of lawrence of arabia
but you know? this film is pure entertaintment
.yeah,it´s stupid,but is intense
and the stupidity make this film more interesting. the action sequences are amazing.
You can´t expect anything else from sly
it´s so savage and over the top that make you laugh
The battle scenes in Rambo III are explosive, conflagratory tableaux that make for wrenching, frequently terrifying viewing. Always at ground zero in the chaos is Rambo - gloriously, inhumanly impervious to fear and danger - whose character is inhabited by Stallone with messianic intensity.
Rambo's self-important, weight-of-the-world manner and his taste for political posturing would make him genuinely silly were they not counterbalanced by Mr. Stallone's startling, energetic physical presence and the film's stabs at self-mocking humor.
Once again, John Rambo guns amok in the name of American democracy, but he packs less dramatic firepower than last time. Rambo III, a poorly paced, much less involving show of guns and machismo, makes you miss "Rambo II" (okay, "Rambo: First Blood Part II").