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Stallone makes a comeback with a double dose of action with Cliffhanger and Demolition Man (review coming soon).
Gabe Walker is a Rocky Mountain rescue climber, who walks away after a tragic accident. But he is forced into doing a job, recovering lost money for a group of thieves who lost it during their heist. Walker breaks free and the hunt is on.
Breathtaking action and photography in this one, Stallone did a change of pace after Tango & Cash that wasn't successful. A lot of cool action scenes in this one, including a plane to plane robbery, and some awesome mountain climbing. Italy was the perfect location for this one. 1993 was the year of Stallone and this was another classic.
Tango & Cash (1989)
Tango & Cash
Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell, two of the greatest action heroes of all time team up in this crazy action adventure ! Ray Tango (Stallone) and Gabe Cash (Russell) are L.A.'s best cops, rivals for years. A drug lord (perfectly played by Jack Palance) frames them for murder, they are sent to prison, escape, and go gunning for the men that did them wrong.
This was one crazy flick. Stallone and Russell are perfectly cast as the leads, the action scenes are crazy especially the ending with the James Bond-like truck. Geoffrey Lewis, Brion James, James Hong, Robert Z'Dar (That's right kids, Maniac Cop himself), and the beautiful Teri Hatcher all appears in this classic. Another classic buddy cop flick.
5 gunfights out of 5
Rambo III (1988)
Ahhh, Rambo, the most popular action hero of the 80's is back with a vengeance in the most underrated film in the franchise.
After the events of Rambo: First Blood Part II, Rambo relocates to Thailand living a peaceful life in a monastery. Col. Sam Trautman (Richard Crena, playing the character for the final time) offers Rambo a mission in Afganistan to help freedom fighters battle the Russians. Rambo declines and Trautman goes it alone. He is captured by the Russians, and Rambo goes to rescue his only friend.
I mean it when I say it's the most underrated entry in the Rambo series, Rambo does help the Taliban, but we were friends at that time. But, besides that, the action is wall to wall in this one. And the final battle, tank vs. helicopter was cool. I think it's safe to say, Rambo III is my favorite of the franchise. Thank you Mr. Stallone.
5 explosive arrows out of 5
Stallone brings another famous character, Marion Cobretti to the silver screen. Yes, he shares the first name with John Wayne.
Cobra is L.A.'s toughest cop, the leader of the Zombie Squad, a special team that deals with the strangest crimes. A ax-wielding gang is hitting the streets and taking out citizens, Ingrid (Brigette Neilsen) witnesses a murder by them and goes to Cobra. The gang tries to kill them several times but fails, they escape from the city and prepare for a final showdown.
Stallone once again delivers the goods with his films. Cobra is one of his most memorable because of it's over the top madness. Hell, Stallone even teamed up with Golan & Globus (Cannon Films) for this one. Many memorable lines and action scenes including "You're a disease, and I'm the cure" and the finale. My second favorite Stallone movie next to Demolition Man. Thank you Mr. Stallone for Cobra.
A perfect 5 out of 5.
Rocky IV (1985)
The Italian Stallion is back, this time for honor.
Rocky IV picks up where Rocky III left off, Rock is enjoying his life with his family, but Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) sees Ivan Drago, a monster of a man who has been making boxing headlines. Apollo wants to fight Drago with Rocky in his corner. Apollo is not prepared for Drago and dies in their match. Rocky decides to make things right and challenge Drago himself.
Stallone delivers another action classic from 1985, the golden year of action films. The cast is great, especially Dolph Lundgren who launched his career with this movie. The soundtrack is great with classics such as "Living In America", "Hearts On Fire" and my personal favorite "No Easy Way Out". My favorite Rocky sequel. And how could I forget Robo-Paulie.
Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985)
Rambo: First Blood Part II
Sly return in the first of two action-packed blockbuster from the golden year of action films 1985 in Rambo: First Blood Part II.
Col. Sam Trautman (Richard Crenna) seeks out Rambo for a mission into Vietnam to find POW's. Ramob accepts the offer and meets Murdock (the always excellent Charles Napier), the brains behind the operation. Rambo is sent back into the jungle for his mission, things go wrong when he is captured and his comrades won't rescue him. Now, Rambo must escape and fight his way home.
Filled with more action, more adventure, and more thrills than the first, Rambo: First Blood Part II is a over the top action classic.
I give it a 5 out of 5.
First Blood (1982)
Sly bring another famous character to screens everywhere- John Rambo- the original one-man army. The first of four action classics, First Blood set the standard for action films to come.
Set after the Vietnam conflict, John Rambo returns home to seek out old friends who he lost touch with. When no one is left, he continues he lone road into the unknown. He is harassed by a local sheriff Will Teasle (Brian Dennehy in a excellent performance) into leaving but Rambo ignores him. He is arrested for being a vagrant, and the other police tried to abuse him, but Rambo unleashes the beast within and beings his one man war on them.
Filled with action, adventure, and suspense, First Blood is a action classic that never lets up when it takes off. It also has stellar performances from Stallone, Dennehy, and a iconic performance from Richard Crenna as Colonel Sam Trautman, Rambo's mentor and best friend.
I give it a 5 out of 5.
Rocky III (1982)
Sly is back for a third round as Rocky Balboa "The Italian Stallion", but this time he is taking on his toughest enemy, Clubber Lang (Mr. T).
Rocky has been World Heavyweight Champion ever since his successful rematch against Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), but a new fighter Clubber Lang wants a fight with Rocky. After taking out several challengers, Rocky goes one on one with Clubber, after a hard fought battle, Rocky is defeated. Rocky decides to retire, but Adrian (Talia Shire), Paulie (Burt Young), and Apollo are willing to get Rocky back in shape to take on Clubber once more.
Featuring a cameo appearance by the Immortal Hulk Hogan, Rocky III holds it own against it's two predecessors and proves to be another good sequel.
I give it a 5 out of 5.
Rocky II (1979)
Sly is back for more in the first of 5 sequels to Rocky. This time The Italian Stallion just wants to live his life, but he's having a hard time adjusting to normal lifestyle with people always recognizing him and wanting to befriend because of his celebrity ism. But Apollo Creed, feeling Rocky winning was a fluke,wants a rematch and Adrian is pregnant, Rocky has to make the decision to retain his greatest accomplishment-his pride.A excellent sequel to the first, Rocky II stands strong to the original and tells a fresh new story. Rocky II is definitely a winner.
I give it a 5 out of 5.
Review By starwarskid1992
"ADRIAN !"-Rocky Balboa
Sylvester Stallone unleashes his talent as Rocky Balboa, a unknown fighter whose given a chance to take on the title. He trains to the extreme and prepares for the fight by drinking raw eggs (actually pretty good !). When he fights, he gives everything and beats the champ and wins his pride.
Rocky was Sly's stepping stone to Hollywood and with his writing he made it work (And took home some Oscars). This is still one of my personal favorite films and have seen it countless times.
I give it a perfect 5 out of 5