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Rambo: First Blood Part II

Duration: 96 min


IMDb: 6.5

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John Rambo is released from prison by the government for a top-secret covert mission to the last place on Earth he’d want to return – the jungles of Vietnam.

This sequel to First Blood was a bigger, dumber, and more fiscally successful action-blockbuster that started on a then-record variety of movie screens. Rambo: First Blood Part two is cartoonish and in a B-movie manner. After the unstoppable Rambo (he simply ignores bullets fired his way half the time) kills a completely Soviet patrol one by one, in a different camouflage disguise/gimmick one edit to the next, you remember Bugs Bunny doing stuff like that to Elmer Fudd or Daffy. Plus tie-ins using Vietnam War reality, and the depression legend preserved with conspiracy-thinkers, that U.S. POWs still languished in enemy hands, look tactless — if you take it seriously. If you do scratch under the surface, you might get this too simplistic message: The U.S. army — in Rambo’s case, one warrior — might have won Vietnam, or even any conflict, if”they” (who? Liberals? Jews? Jane Fonda? Freemasons and Illuminati?) Had not sabotaged the effort.

“I just saw Rambo; next time I will know what to do,” famously stated President Ronald Reagan, conferring a White House blessing with this action smash-hit. John Rambo, a dreadful and largely human-sized personality in the first film, obtained peddled aggressively as a Tarzan/Davey Crockett/G. I. Joe combo to 1980s children, soon showing up at a weekly TV animation.

RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II finds Rambo (Sylvester Stallone), the muscleman combat-hardened Vietnam-super commando from First Blood, brought from prison to make a potential presidential pardon. He’s 36 hours to be air-dropped into communist Vietnam and find evidence that American POWs are still being held captive. However, his superiors — Yuppie white-collar types simply interested in a cover-up — do not expect him to succeed.


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