James Bond descends into mystery as he tries to stop a mysterious organization from eliminating a country's most valuable resource. All the while, he still tries to seek revenge over the death of his love.
A renegade general and his group of U.S. Marines take over Alcatraz and threaten San Francisco Bay with biological weapons. A chemical weapons specialist and the only man to have ever escaped from the Rock attempt to prevent chaos.
John Rambo's former Vietnam superior, Colonel Samuel Trautman, has been assigned to lead a mission to help the Mujahedeen rebels who are fighting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, but the Buddhist Rambo turns down Trautman's request that Rambo help out. When the mission goes belly up and Trautman is kidnapped and tortured by Russian Colonel Zaysen, Rambo launches a rescue effort and allies himself with the Mujahedeen rebels and gets their help in trying to rescue Trautman from Zaysen. Written by
One minute of the movie was cut out of the UK release. See more »
In the shot of the helicopter exploding, seen through the sight of the heavy machine gun, it can be seen for a fraction of a second that the chopper is actually a relatively crude model suspended from a wire. See more »
[as Rambo prepares to play Afghan game 'buzkashi']
God must love crazy people.
[getting on horse]
He make so many of them!
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As a character John Rambo was never 100% credible in the first place, but in this movie he has gone completely overboard and become a caricature of himself. The same can be said of Colonel Trautman; Richard Crenna is only the tiniest fraction more realistic than when he parodied his own part in "Hot Shots! Part Deux", and if you're in the mood it's just as funny. On top of it all it's loaded with lame propaganda, and in light of the events of September 11, 2001 the dedication to "the galant people of Afghanistan" is a bit outdated. 3 out 10.
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