Rambo Iii

Rambo Iii

Combat has taken its toll on Rambo, but he's finally begun to find inner peace in a monastery. When Rambo's friend and mentor Col. Trautman asks for his help on a top secret mission to Afghanistan, Rambo declines but must reconsider when Trautman is captured.

Former superior Samuel Trautman, a friend of Rambo comes to Afghanistan for a mission of helping the Mujahedeen rebels fighting against the Soviet army. He ends up being arrested by Russian Colonel Zaysen. Hearing the news, Rambo makes a plan to rescue his friend with the help from the Mujahedeen rebels. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rambo Iii torrent reviews

Bill B (au) wrote: Jeezus what a pile of shit. I went into this with high hopes after enjoying the last Lifetime film we'd seen (FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC) and this one almost completely let me down.I didn't mind Ricci & DuVall's performances all that much, but the Gawdawful incongruous wailing guitar licks peppered throughout the soundtrack were just obnoxious and distracting to the point that it made me kinda angry.Rental (at best).

Dave G (es) wrote: "The Swell Season" is a must-see for fans of "Once," but won't mean much to those who aren't fans of Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova. This documentary follows the couple, incredibly mismatched age-wise, as they tour and eventually end their relationship. Very well filmed, but not quite as engaging as it thinks it is.

Damon G (es) wrote: Eh, just glorifying Troll 2

Jesus H (ag) wrote: i liked this movie because i could identify with it. i had the same problem didnt know if i should go to college or help my family pay the bills.

Jimi L (ca) wrote: Max's Kansas City, bay-beee!

Kevin H (it) wrote: I wish I liked this movie more. It's so deeply felt and filmed that I wish it wasn't such a drifting bore. It's not just the narrative, but the characters themselves. How can a movie about a French women's affair with a Japanese man on the cusp of WW2 be so dull? They regard the war, each other, and even themselves with what seems like boredom. Maybe that's the point though? Or maybe the film was just lost on me. Like most of French New Wave though, the soundtrack is pretty much perfect. The passages where the score pulses underneath montages of Japan while the lovers talk back and forth in voiceover hit all the themes in such an effective way that it's a wonder that certain other scenes in the film exist.For example, near the end the two are at some bar, sitting separately from each other. An older woman asks the Japanese man what's wrong. He then, in one chunk of uninterrupted dialogue, literally tells the old lady the film's whole plot until that point: they're lovers, but that they have to part, and that they're both sad about it. Literally that's it. The lady then says nothing and the movie moves on and no longer cares about her. Why does this scene exist at all? We learn nothing new. Whatever the characters were feeling gets neutered to the audience because of a chunk of expository dialogue.

J B (kr) wrote: I haven't seen this one to rate it. Nor have I seen a Movie trailor to decide if I want to watch it.

Linda L (mx) wrote: Perhaps if you're young, you won't get this.

Mark P (mx) wrote: The Richard Donner Cut

Karol N (jp) wrote: So this was what Jacobellis v. Ohio was all about... it was a lot of nudity for 1958. It is good, but is it bad that I liked Le Feu Follet wayyy more?