Review: Rambo is Big Goofy Fun

February 5, 2008 at 10:40 pm Leave a comment

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I don’t know how you could purchase a ticket to Rambo and not know what you are getting in to. I mean, it’s Rambo. If you’re expecting some sort of actual narrative or decent dialogue you’re barking up the wrong tree. But if you want to watch John frickin’ Rambo do his thing, with plenty of killing and gunplay in the mix… well, you’re going to be a happy camper here.Burma is the locale for the fourth edition of the Rambo saga. For the sake of simplicity let’s call the Burma bad guys the “bad guys” and the Burma good guys the “Karen Rebels.” The Karen Rebels are actually a real deal rebel group. You can Google them and read all about them; so Sly isn’t just making this stuff up as he goes along. However, the main point of placing Rambo in Burma is to give him that handy jungle locale and plenty of baddies to “interact” with. It all kicks off when missionaries enlist Rambo’s help in going upriver to deliver medicine and bibles to the rebels. But something goes wrong. DEAD WRONG.

Sorry, that just felt right. Anyway, Rambo faces off against a few hundred bad dudes – I’m not going to ruin that for you. Sly looks older, yeah, but still super juiced up and in better shape than 99.9% of the humans in the world. What I’m saying here is that he pulls it off. He has a giant head and he doesn’t talk much but he’s still completely and utterly badass.

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