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.
There are, of course, low cunning, high explosives and much running around without a shirt, punctuated with other familiar gambits: torture scenes; the self-cauterization of, and instant recovery from, a wound large enough to stop an elephant; and a grimly preposterous two-man stand against a tank-led army. What few are likely to find amusing is Rambo III's story line. [30 May 1988, p.64]
Rambo 3 se nota demasiado inspirada en Rambo 2, y es que ese es su principal problema, ya que le falta innovar bastante (incluso los antagonistas de ambas son rusos y se parecen bastante muchas de las situaciones de ambas). Aun asi, las escenas de acción estuvieron a la altura como siempre y Rambo sigue siendo super carismático, aunque creo que la actuación de Truntman dejo bastante que desear. Buena película, pero en mi opinión es la peor de la trilogía.
I quite liked First Blood made in 1982, First Blood part II was stupid but okay.. Then Rambo III was made and it's a stinker especially when a tank is blown up with Rambo inside and he gets out uninjured. Sylvester Stallone's worst if not one of the worst Rambo films ever made. So unrealistic and too violent it's a real insult to not only Stallone but the viewer. Not only is the action scenes unrealistic and stupid but Rambo III is a very boring film and even the action can't save it. A massive failure from Sylvester Stallone and an awful film!