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Sylvester Stallone Rambo Is Back In Action - Check Out Top 5 Moments From The Previous Installments!

Published Sat Jun 01 2019 By David
Sylvester Stallone Rambo Is Back In Action - Check Out Top 5 Moments From The Previous Installments!

Its been almost 37 years since the release of Sylvester Stallone’s First Blood (1982). The film followed a story of a troubled and misunderstood Vietnam veteran who must rely on his combat and survival senses against the abusive law enforcement of a small town.

The movie was a commercial success upon release, netting $125.2 million at the box office. First Blood also went onto garner critical praise for Stallone, Brian Dennehy, and Richard Crenna. The film's prosperity led to spawning 3 other continuations (which were all co-composed by Stallone and featured him as its titular character).

Just when everybody thought the franchise is dead for good, Lionsgate recently released a trailer for a brand new Rambo movie, entitled The Last Blood. Amidst the anticipation, we take a look at some of the best moments that Sylvester Stallone Rambo series entails. 

Forrest Hunt Scene First Blood 1982

Rambo attempts to convince "Teasle" (Brian Dennehy) and his men that "Galt's" passing was more of an accident than his fault and he seeks no more trouble, yet the officers open flame and relentlessly pursue him into the forested areas. Rambo incapacitates the agents non-mortally until just Teasle is left. Holding a blade to his throat, Rambo tells him he could have slaughtered them all and threatens to battle back with more prominent power if Teasle does not stop chasing him.

I’m Coming To Get You

While on a mission to rescue hostages, Rambo and the POW are captured and returned to the camp. There, Rambo discovers Soviet troops are arming and preparing the Vietnamese against the Americans. He is then taken over to the neighborhood contact, Lieutenant Colonel Podovsky, and his right-hand man, "Sergeant Yushin," for cross-examination. After taking in of Rambo's central goal from blocked notes, "Podovsky" coerced Rambo to communicate a message cautioning against further salvage missions for POWs under lethal expense.

Rambo at first won't concur, yet yields when the detainee he attempted to spare is threatened. But, rather than perusing the scripted remarks, Rambo threatens Murdock (the guy who was supposed to save him in the first place) delivering one of the best quotes of the franchise. After that, he subdues the Russians with "Co-Bao's" (the only love interest of Rambo in the whole franchise) assistance and breaks into the wilderness.

The Second Attempt

Right after rescuing Rambo from the Soviets, Co-bao and Rambo confess their love for each other until a small Vietnamese force attacks the pair, and Co is killed. An enraged Rambo then kills the soldiers and buries Co's body in the mud.

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Rambo then efficiently dispatches the various Soviet and Vietnamese troopers sent after him. After barely surviving a barrel bomb dropped by Yushin's helicopter, Rambo grabs him out of nowhere, tosses him out of the lodge in a brief however exceptional battle, and takes control.

Rambo charges to the camp (where he was previously taken as hostage) and executes the majority of the rest of the foe powers before removing the POWs and heading towards a neighborly area in Thailand.

Before they reach Thailand, Russian Lt. Podovsky, pursuing Rambo's fleeing helicopter apparently shoots them down. Having faked the accident, Rambo utilizes a rocket launcher to decimate the flying machine, executing the heavy weapons specialist, the co-pilot, and Podovsky.

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After the SPDC, the military government of Burma pursues now aged Rambo and some Americans (who had initially come seeking for John’s aid for ferrying them to the humanitarian mission). Rambo as always intuitive strips off Sarah's (Julie Benz) shirt and wraps around his foot so as to mislead the troops’ dog which he successfully executes, too.

Nothing Is Over

At the climax of the first movie, Rambo spots Teasle on the police headquarters' rooftop and they participate in a short gunfight, which finished with Teasle being shot and falling through a lookout window.

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As Rambo gets ready to finish him, "Trautman" arrives and cautions Rambo that he will be shot on the off chance that he doesn't give up, reminding him he is the last survivor of his world-class unit, Green Berets.

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Rambo falls in tears and outcries about his involvement in Vietnam, his arrival, and the way in which the then-recruited soldiers are treated in their home country. Teasle is transported to an emergency clinic, while Rambo gives up to Trautman and is arrested.