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Rambo ist ein amerikanisches Medien-Franchise, das sich auf eine Reihe von Actionfilmen konzentriert. Bisher wurden fünf Filme in der Serie veröffentlicht: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Teil II, Rambo III, Rambo und Rambo: Last Blood. John Rambo (Originaltitel: Rambo) oder Rambo IV ist ein Actionfilm aus dem Jahr Die US-amerikanisch-deutsche Koproduktion ist der vierte Teil der. Rambo (Originaltitel: First Blood) oder Rambo I ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm des Regisseurs Ted Kotcheff aus dem Jahr und eine Literaturverfilmung des Romans First Blood () von David Morrell mit Sylvester Stallone in der Hauptrolle. Der Film bildet den Auftakt der Pentalogie um John J. (James) Rambo. bravotogel.co - Kaufen Sie John Rambo günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. John Rambo hat sich zur Ruhe gesetzt und lebt in aller Ruhe als Schlangenfänger in einem kleinen Dorf im Norden Thailands. Als eine Gruppe Missionare.
John Rambo (Originaltitel: Rambo) oder Rambo IV ist ein Actionfilm aus dem Jahr Die US-amerikanisch-deutsche Koproduktion ist der vierte Teil der. Rambo (Originaltitel: First Blood) oder Rambo I ist ein US-amerikanischer Actionfilm des Regisseurs Ted Kotcheff aus dem Jahr und eine Literaturverfilmung des Romans First Blood () von David Morrell mit Sylvester Stallone in der Hauptrolle. Der Film bildet den Auftakt der Pentalogie um John J. (James) Rambo. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "John Rambo" von Sylvester Stallone: Mit seiner Ankündigung, einen sechsten Rocky- und einen vierten Rambo-Teil zu drehen.
The trio then proceed back to the pirate boat, while the Vietnamese soldiers raise an alert. The group makes it back to the pirate boat, but are sold out to the Vietnamese Army by the pirate Captain.
Rambo kills almost all of the pirates as the ship is attacked by a gunboat. Rambo finds an RPG under one of the boat's seats and disables the approaching gunboat.
As Rambo tries to make his escape, he is garotted by the last pirate, but Rambo successfully stabs the pirate in the gut with his knife and barely escapes as the gunboat collides with the pirate sampan and explodes.
Ericsson arrives with Trautman to extract Rambo, but after Murdock hears that Rambo has rescued a POW, the extraction is aborted, as Murdock fears what will happen to him and his party if the American public come to know about it.
Rambo and the captive are both captured, and back at the camp Russian advisors soon arrive to interrogate Rambo. Meanwhile, Co enters the camp under the disguise of a prostitute and comes to the hut in which Rambo is held captive.
There she witnesses Rambo being tortured by Russian Colonel Podovsky , who is demanding that the American contact his base and confess to war crimes.
After being electrocuted on a bedspring and then burned with his own knife, Rambo pretends to agree to Podovsky's condition, but instead threatens Murdock on the radio that he is coming to get him-- after which he promptly escapes with Co's help.
They hide in the jungle and Co aids Rambo's wounds. She then asks him if he will take her with him to the U. Enraged and distraught by Co's death, he kills them all except for Tay, who escapes.
Rambo then buries Co's body in the jungle so her body is not scavenged upon by animals. After the violence at the camp and on the river, Soviet and Vietnamese troops were scrambled to search and kill Rambo.
While hunting for Rambo in a forest, Rambo kills a number of Soviet and Vietnamese soldiers using guerrilla tactics.
Vietnamese soldiers continue to chase Rambo into and through a village. In the village, there grows a patch of tall grass where Rambo sets a booby-trap explosion that ignites a fire, burning many of the Vietnamese soldiers.
Rambo then uses his bow and explosive-tipped arrows to destroy some huts and military vehicles on a bridge. Rambo then confronts Lieutenant Tay and kills him with another explosive arrow.
While still running away from the soldiers, a Soviet attack helicopter finds Rambo and drops a napalm bomb on him.
Rambo dives off a cliff into a river as the bomb explodes. The Soviet helicopter pursues him, shooting bullets into the water.
As the helicopter gets closer to the water while shooting bullets, Rambo jumps up from under the water, yanks the gunman into the water, and climbs into the helicopter where he confronts Sergeant Yushin.
As they wrestle inside the helicopter, the helicopter flies away and Rambo throws Yushin out of the helicopter to the latter's death.
As Rambo approaches the pilot, the pilot also jumps out of the helicopter. He kills the remaining guards and picks up the captives in the chopper.
While flying to Thailand, another Soviet attack helicopter piloted by Colonel Podovsky tails Rambo's. After Podovsky loses Rambo's chopper in a haze of smoke from firing at it, it finds Rambo's vehicle smoking in a river.
As the Russian chopper flies in low to investigate and finish off the bird once and for all, Rambo—who appears to be knocked unconscious—suddenly sits up, shoulder-firing rocket in hand, fires through the windshield and finishes off his would-be assailant once and for all.
Rambo then returns to the base and, using the M60E3 medium machine gun from the helicopter, destroys Murdock's command center.
He then unsheathes his knife and threatens Murdock to find and rescue the remaining American POWs in Vietnam, snarling almost under his breath, "You know there's more men out there Find 'em Rambo, however, visibly angry and fighting back tears, says that the soldiers he rescued deserve the Medal of Honor more than he does, and he only wants the same thing as the soldiers he rescued; for America to love its soldiers as much as its soldiers love it.
Rambo then moves towards an unknown destination. Trautman asks him, "How're you gonna live, John? Because of his actions of saving the POWs, Rambo is granted the Presidential pardon he had been promised and decides to live in Thailand.
After he was seen stick fighting for extra money in a Bangkok warehouse, Rambo was followed back to a Buddhist monestary by his only friend, Trautman.
Trautman asked Rambo to come with him into Afghanistan to supply weapons to rebel forces to fight against invading Soviets, led by the brutal Colonel Zaysen.
Rambo told him that he "put in his time" and declined the offer, apologising, stating that "it's got to end for me some time. Rambo learns of the incident from embassy field officer Robert Griggs and convinces Griggs to take him through an unofficial operation, despite Grigg's warning that the U.
Rambo immediately flies to Peshwar, Pakistan where he meets up with Mousa , a weapons supplier who agrees to take him to a village deep in the Afghan desert, close to the Soviet base where Trautman is kept.
However, the helicopter soon crashes and Rambo and Trautman are forced to continue on foot. After a confrontation in a cave, where Rambo and Trautman eliminate several Soviet Spetsnaz commandos including Kourov, they are confronted by an entire army of Soviet tanks, headed by Zaysen.
Just as they are about to be overwhelmed by the might of the Red Army, the Mujahideen warriors, together with Mousa and Hamid, ride onto the battlefield by the hundreds in a cavalry charge, overwhelming the Communists.
In the ensuing battle, in which both Trautman and John are wounded, Rambo manages to kill Zaysen by driving a tank into Zaysen's helicopter.
After the battle, which the Mujhaideen win, Rambo is asked if he wants to use his skills to help them fight the soviets. Rambo strongly wants to help his friends, but knows that he has to move on from his days of killing.
He returns to his home in Thailand for peaceful life. Over twenty years later, John Rambo is still living in Thailand and resides in a village near the Burmese border.
He makes a meagre hermit-like living capturing snakes and selling them in a nearby village. He also transports roamers in his boat.
A missionary, Michael Burnett , asks Rambo to take him and his associates up the Salween River to Burma on a humanitarian mission to give aid to Karen tribes people.
Rambo refuses, but he is convinced by Sarah Miller to take them, and she becomes his friend.
The boat is stopped by Burmese pirates who demand Sarah in exchange for passage. After negotiations fail, Rambo kills them all.
Although his actions save the missionaries, it greatly disturbs them. Upon arrival, Michael says that they will travel overland and will not need Rambo's help for the return trip.
The mission goes well until the Tatmadaw Army , led by Major Tint to attack for another genocide to the innocent people.
They kill the entire of the villagers including two missionaries and kidnap the rest, including Michael and Sarah.
When the missionaries fail to come back after ten days, their pastor comes to ask Rambo's help in guiding hired mercenaries to the village where the missionaries were last seen.
Rambo agrees to transport the soldiers. At their destination, Rambo tries to accompany the mercenaries with a black-wrapped package in hand, but their leader, described as a former "old school" and egotistical S.
S trooper, refuses. After arriving at the destroyed village with their guide, Karen, they are forced to hide when some Tatmadaw arrive by truck and force their villager prisoners to run a gauntlet of hidden land mines thrown into the village rice paddies.
The mercenary leader will not order a rescue, as he is concerned that the missing Tatmadaw will put the rest on alert. However, Rambo shows up with what is revealed to be his bow and shoots down the Tatmadaw.
Rambo confronts the leader when the man threatens him, and with his arrow pointed at his eye socket, Rambo tells him and the others that soldiering is what they are and do, and says to them, "You can either live for nothing They plan to save the hostages at a P.
Rambo helps Sarah and the others to escape. The Tatmadaw unit finds the hostages missing and organizes a massive manhunt. John Rambo using the bow to kill the Tatmadaw army because of their brutal interest of corruption.
Everyone except for Rambo, Sarah, and the mercenary sniper " School Boy " is captured. But just as the group is to be executed, Rambo seizes a truck-mounted Browning M2 and minces the Burmese army, giving an opening for School Boy to shoot down the Tatmadaw near the others and provide them also with weapons.
Karen rebels join the fight to help Rambo and the mercenaries win. Major Pa Tee Tint attempts to get away, but is personally disemboweled by Rambo wiping out the last remaining forces of the brutal army that serve the regime.
Encouraged by Sarah's words, Rambo returns to live in the U. Rambo ". He then makes his way down the gravel driveway as the credits roll.
Rambo killed over 80 people in the fourth rescue mission, the most in the series. Although his country is much more supportive of veterans now, John Rambo still is a very traumatized man, and coming home to support will not change the fact that he can't live with himself due to the horrible things he has done or witnessed during in the past.
If another film is made, this will likely be the central focus of the film, as Sylvester Stallone says that he would like to take the franchise in a different direction and see the character "go out in a blaze of glory" , although he has said that there likely will not be another film.
On January 6, , Stallone officially confirmed that he was retiring the character of John Rambo, having deemed the fourth Rambo film to be a worthy and satisfying conclusion to the series and the character arc, showing that Rambo was on his way to getting better and making amends with his past.
Stallone said: "The heart's willing, but the body says, 'Stay home! It's like fighters that go back for one last round and get clobbered.
Leave it to someone else. Thus, if any more Rambo media is produced, such as the Rambo television series which is being talked about with Fox, possibly about Rambo's son; it will not involve Stallone.
He added: "You know when you realize there's nothing more to pull out? As an action film, I was very satisfied that it dealt with the Burmese situation.
It had one foot in a current event, the longest civil war in history, 65 years at that time. It was so brutal, which civil war is, I was shocked they even gave me an R-rating.
I said, 'This is probably going to be the last decent film of this genre that I'm going to do as a solo act. There's nothing left.
John Rambo lives a peaceful life at a farm along with Gabrielle and her grandmother. John tries to keep his past behind him, and move on with what's in front of him.
However Gabrielle wishes to see her long gone father in Mexico and get answers to why her father would leave her and her mother.
Gabrielle asks John and her grandmother for they're blessings but to her dismay, they both warned her not to go and that her father was not a good man.
Rambo then waited for a day and has not seen Gabrielle home, but then Gabrielle's grandmother arrived and told John that she went to Mexico and has gone missing.
John angrily brings his gun and knife and drove off to Mexico. John first arrived to Gabrielle's father and asked him where she is, but the father told him that she has not arrived to his home and tries to close the door on John's face.
John kicks the door open and asked him again where is Gabrielle, again the father said he did not know. John stared at him and threatens him that he should have broke his neck long ago and left the fathers apartment.
John then arrived to Gabrielle's friend and asked her where she was, her friend said she did not know, only for John to recognize the bracelet on her wrist.
He grabs her hand and threatens her to show the man Gabrielle was with last time, him and Gabrielle's friend arrived to the club and she showed John where the man was.
He tells her to leave, and proceeds to wait until the man left the club. As both the man and John left the club, John grabs the man and tortures him, as well as asked where Gabrielle was, the man then told him the location where she might be, and both went off to find Gabrielle.
John then arrived to the location and asked the man if he is sure, the man told him he was sure, then John knocked the man out, where he possibly dies offscreen due to critical injuries, and left the car to search for Gabrielle.
However he was actually being stalked by a group of thugs and continues to walk away from them. They take his driver's license, revealing the ranch's location, and a photo of Gabrielle, who they recognize.
Hugo claims that he will make an example of her, by getting her addicted to heroin until she dies. The gang leaves and Rambo is taken to safety by the woman who had followed him, a journalist named Carmen Delgado, who has been investigating the human traffickers since her sister was abducted and killed by them.
She takes Rambo to her home and helps him recuperate from his injuries. Some time later, Rambo is well enough to go back for a second rescue mission.
He raids one of the brothels, killing several men in the process, and finally succeeds in rescuing Gabrielle.
However, as a result of an earlier drug overdose, she dies returning home. Rambo subsequently buries her near their house and mourns her demise.
In grief, Maria leaves the farm, claiming that there is nothing left for her there anymore.
Rambo echoes the sentiment, claiming that he will likely drift from place to place again, like he "always did". After Maria leaves, an enraged Rambo prepares to destroy the gang.
He returns to Mexico and asks Carmen to help him locate the gang members. Carmen is reluctant to help Rambo with this, claiming that it will not solve anything.
However, after Rambo appeals to her personal grief, she ultimately agrees and gives him the address of Victor's personal residence.
Rambo arrives late at night, kills Victor's bodyguards and ambushes him in the shower. The next morning, Hugo arrives to find his brother's mutilated and decapitated corpse, with a knife pinning a photo of Gabrielle to Victor's heart.
On the way back to Arizona, Rambo dumps Victor's head on the road and fortifies his farm with booby traps for when Hugo's men arrive to get revenge.
Hugo assembles his men and arrives at Rambo's home. The gang arrives at Rambo's farm and he lures them into the tunnels underneath his property, where he quickly eliminates them one by one using explosives, knives and firearms sometimes even in coordination with his traps, despite sustaining some injuries.
Rambo implodes the tunnels, forcing Hugo to go into the barn, where Rambo is waiting. Rambo then further pins him to the wall and cuts out his heart with the knife he had made for Gabrielle, avenging her death.
Having completed his revenge, an injured and drained Rambo sits in a rocking chair on his porch, where he ponders that he is all alone once again.
He proclaims that despite everything, he will continue living so he can keep the spirits of his loved ones alive.
In a mid-credits scene, Rambo gets up from the chair, saddles up one of his horses and rides off to an uncertain future.
Throughout the film series, especially in the first and fourth films, John Rambo is displayed as a tragic hero, who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and has difficulty adjusting to civilian life, which is especially complicated because of prejudice against returning soldiers.
He is shown to be prone to violence because of the torture he suffered at the hands of North Vietnamese soldiers in the Vietnam War.
Rambo has difficulty talking about his problems and he is too scarred from trauma to open up to most people.
The only person he really trusts in the world is Trautman, and he still has only told him about one of the brutal deaths he witnessed.
This makes Rambo look like a quiet thug or super soldier to people who don't understand the character, but in reality he is so overwhelmed with self-hatred and nightmarish memories that he can't talk to anybody.
As a result, conversations with Rambo are fairly one sided, as he chooses not to engage with most people and only speaks directly to a few people.
As he grows older, as he becomes bitter and angry at the world, even leading to him casually swearing and making snide comments under his breath at people, and downright insulting people.
This is especially elaborated upon in 's Rambo, where he refuses to be even remotely social with anybody, even Sarah Miller, who is displayed as a kind soul who wants to learn about Rambo's life and why he is the way he is.
He often replies with one-word answers in this film and is terse with people so they will leave him alone.
Rambo declines and Sarah asks, why he rebuffed the man he was talking to. Rambo replies that he wasn't talking to anybody and Sarah changes her statement to "the man who was talking to you".
It is evident that Rambo did care deeply for all the men in his unit, forming a brotherly bond with them. This is shown at the start of First Blood, when Rambo arrives as the home of Delmar Barry, he walks with a bit of a spring to his step, he is very polite and talkative to Barry's mother, making small talk and even cracking a joke.
It's one of the few times he's seen to smile, being visibly excited at the prospect of seeing his old friend again.
However, upon learning of Barry's death, Rambo is disheartened, offering the photo of his unit that he carries around to Barry's mother before giving his condolences and leaving, his walk having slowed to a trudge as he departs.
During his breakdown to Trautman, he talked about how they had planned to go on a road trip to Las Vegas in Danforth's Chevy Convertible.
He cracks several of these, poking fun of the state he and Trautman are in and the predicaments he has gotten himself into.
Most fans of the Rambo series aknowledge that Rambo III was more so made to exploit Rambo's character rather than further develop him.
This would explain the cheesy one-liners that were typical of other heroes of the time, but not Rambo.
It could be argued, though, that Rambo's demeanor was considerably softer since Rambo III dealt with Rambo's only friend who he has known since Baker Team.
Since Trautman could talk with Rambo about anything, Rambo would be a much happier man around him. However, even in Rambo III, Stallone carefully maintains the tortured persona that Rambo has to deal with, rarely cracking a smile and revealing the sad eyes he must have.
It has been argued that Rambo became more antisocial and angry at the world after Trautman died in between the events of Rambo III and Rambo.
In the next films and novelizations, he is displayed as a man who wants to stay away from conflict but is willing to do literally anything to save his friends and the people he cares about from any danger.
Due to his violent nature, many civil people tend to fear him. However, Colonel Samuel Trautman, who was his commanding officer in Vietnam and most likely his only friend, understands him and the pain and torture he had endured in the war and is the only one able to understand the problems he has.
Rambo is a survival expert in almost any terrain, especially in jungles and dense forests. Rambo is also an expert in guerrilla warfare, and he is easily able to camouflage himself, create improvised weaponry, and nurse his own wounds.
He is also an expert in operating various types of war machines like helicopters and tanks, firing artillery and machine guns and hand-to-hand combat.
In a deleted scene, Rambo's Class A dress uniform is shown in his footlocker with the following ribbons:. Rambo drops some of his many medals to which the meaning was gone down a prison sewage hole in the novelization of Rambo: First Blood Part II.
He claims to have found it therapeutic. Rambo's Social Security Number is , although citizens in Arizona are issued ones with the prefixes , , and According to the file, John Rambo has the same birthday as Sylvester Stallone.
But, Rambo is one year younger. Rambo is a male of average height. He has tanned skin, long brown hair and brown eyes. He is very muscular, and imposing.
He then tries to pursue Rambo as he makes a final attempt to escape back out of the town. Both men are essentially dying by this point, but are driven by pride and a desire to justify their actions.
Rambo, having found a spot he feels comfortable in, prepares to commit suicide by detonating a stick of dynamite against his body; however, he then sees Teasle following his trail and decides that it would be more honourable to continue fighting and be killed by Teasle's return fire.
Rambo fires at Teasle and, to his surprise and disappointment, hits him. For a moment he reflects on how he had missed his chance of a decent death, because he is now too weak to light the dynamite, but then suddenly feels the explosion he had expected — but in the head, not the stomach where the dynamite was placed.
Rambo dies satisfied that he has come to a fitting end. Trautman returns to the dying Teasle and tells him that he has killed Rambo with his shotgun.
Moments after, Teasle dies, succumbing to his wounds. The film First Blood takes place in December , and begins with John Rambo now a homeless, out-of-work drifter searching for Delmar Barry, an old friend with whom he served in Vietnam.
He goes to Barry's home but is told by his mother that he died from cancer due to Agent Orange exposure. Rambo realizes that he is the last surviving member of his Special Forces unit with unit members Delmar, Westmore, Bronson, Danforth, and Ortega now all dead.
He then travels to the small town of Hope, Washington the movie was filmed in Hope, British Columbia , evidenced by the town sign , where he is quickly spotted by the town's arrogant and abusive sheriff, Will Teasle, due to his long, unkempt hair, army jacket and overall scruffy appearance.
Teasle soon picks him up and drives him to the edge of town, refusing to let him have a meal in town Rambo only wanted something to eat while stressing his prejudged dislike of drifters and "trouble makers".
Rambo, still hungry, begins defiantly walking back into town almost immediately after being dropped off, and Teasle, spotting him again, arrests him on the spot this time and takes him to the local police station.
When searching Rambo, Teasle discovers a large survival knife on Rambo's belt. Rambo begins having flashbacks to the war when he was a tortured POW.
When officers attempt to dry shave him, Rambo finally snaps and fights his way out of the station, beating up Galt, Teasle, and every deputy caught in his path and retrieving his knife.
Outside, he hijacks a motorcycle from a man driving past the station and flees into the nearby mountains, while being pursued by Teasle in his police car.
Teasle crashes his car, and Rambo escapes. Teasle calls in more officers and a helicopter, while Rambo abandons his motorcycle and makes his way into the deep terrain on foot.
He finds an old sack near a dumped truck which he uses as an item of clothing. Later, he finds himself at the top of a cliff face whilst trying to escape the advancing policemen and is spotted by the search helicopter with Galt in the passenger's seat.
Galt fires at him a number of times with his rifle, forcing Rambo to leap from the cliff, falling through a tree. Galt continues to fire upon the injured Rambo on the ground.
Fighting back, Rambo throws a rock and hits the helicopter's windshield, causing the pilot to lose control, and Galt loses his balance and falls to his death.
Rambo takes Galt's gun, tends his own injuries, and eventually confronts the lawmen on the cliff above. Rambo shouts to them, "There's one man dead!
It wasn't my fault! Rambo says he wants no more trouble, and begins to back away, but the men open fire; Rambo flees into the woods, with Teasle and his deputies in pursuit.
The men catch up to Rambo, and they release the tracking dogs. Rambo shoots two and their owner in the leg with his last bullets, and kills the other with his knife.
The men begin to flank out and pursue Rambo, but Rambo easily disables them using guerrilla tactics. Rambo severely wounds each man, but does not kill any of them.
Using a deputy as bait, Rambo jumps out of the brush and grabs Teasle, putting his knife to his throat. He tells him, "In town you're the law.
Out here it's me". He tells Teasle to "Let it go" and give up his pursuit. Teasle refuses, and the State Police and National Guard are called in to assist in the hunt.
Colonel Samuel Trautman soon arrives, taking credit for training Rambo. He is surprised to find any of the deputies still alive, and warns that it would be safer to let Rambo go and find him after the situation has calmed down.
Teasle refuses to give in. Teasle asks Trautman to try and contact Rambo on the radio he stole to get a fix on his position.
Trautman gets Rambo to respond on the radio, calling out his Vietnam company. Rambo says that he cannot turn himself in and tells Trautman, "They drew first blood, not me".
Rambo is eventually cornered by the National Guard in a mine entrance where he is hiding. Teasle gets word they have cornered him, and gives an order not to fire.
The inexperienced guardsmen ignore this order, and fire a rocket at him. The blast collapses the mine entrance, trapping him inside.
The men assume Rambo is dead, but unknown to his pursuers, Rambo has instead escaped into the tunnels of the mine. Rambo eventually finds an old exit vent, near a main road from out of which the troops are clearing.
Rambo hijacks a passing Army truck forcing its driver to jump out onto the road in the process and returns to town, crashing it into a gas station.
He blocks the highway to anyone in pursuit, by igniting the spilled fuel. Now heavily armed with an M60 machine gun , Rambo destroys transformers knocking out the power to the town.
By then, Teasle has received word of Rambo's escape from the cave and ordered the town's population to hunker down for safety.
Rambo spots Teasle on the station roof after destroying a gun shop and makes his way to the police station.
Rambo takes out the police station's power before making his way inside. Teasle spots Rambo and fires at him, but misses. Rambo shoots back at Teasle through the ceiling, critically injuring him.
Teasle falls through the skylight onto the floor. Rambo steps over him, prepared to kill him. Before Rambo can shoot Teasle, Colonel Trautman appears and tells him that there is no hope of escaping alive.
Rambo, now surrounded by the police, rages about the horrors of war, the hateful insults from antiwar protesters when he returned home, and his inability to hold down a steady job.
Breaking down, he then weeps as he recounts a particularly gruesome story about witnessing his friend Joey Danforth dying.
He tells Trautman how they were in a bar, talking about his friend's Chevy and driving to Las Vegas in it, when a boy came in with a booby-trapped shoeshine box.
Rambo had gone into the bar to buy two beers when the box suddenly exploded, tearing his friend's lower body off.
Rambo then turns himself in to Trautman, and Rambo is arrested as Trautman walks free. There is an alternative ending where Rambo wants to die and tells Trautman to kill him.
Trautman does not respond. Soon after, Rambo hands a gun to Trautman, and he proceeds to pull the trigger and shoot Rambo in the stomach while facing Rambo.
Rambo subsequently dies of his wounds and Trautman then is left alone in the station and walks away. After the incident in Washington, John Rambo is found guilty after a jury trial and sent to a labor camp prison.
At the beginning of Rambo: First Blood Part II set in , he is visited by Colonel Samuel Trautman who offers him the chance to be released from prison if he goes to Vietnam to search for American POWs at the camp from where he escaped back in Promised a Presidential pardon if the mission succeeds, Rambo accepts and is officially but temporarily reinstated in the U.
He later meets Marshall Murdock, an American bureaucrat who is in charge of the operation. He tells Rambo that he is only to photograph the POWs and not to rescue them nor engage any enemy soldiers.
Rambo reluctantly agrees. He is then told that an agent of the U. Rambo is then parachuted into the Vietnamese jungles.
However, while parachuting, he gets stuck on the plane and cuts the rope holding his equipment which allows him to continue parachuting and is left with only his knife, his bow, and arrows.
On the ground, he meets Co Bao, a local woman working with the Americans. She takes him to a POW camp where he is able to rescue Banks, a captive, killing a number of enemy soldiers with his bow in the process of doing so.
The trio then escape by boat but are attacked by a gunboat. Rambo destroys the gunboat with a rocket launcher. When Rambo calls for extraction, he is denied, as Murdock fears what will happen to him and his party if the American public learn about Murdock's activities.
Rambo and Banks are both captured, and back at the camp Russian advisors soon arrive to interrogate Rambo. Meanwhile, Co enters the camp under the disguise of a prostitute and comes to the hut in which Rambo is held captive.
There she witnesses Rambo being tortured by Russian Lieutenant Colonel Podovsky and his second in command Sergeant Yushin, who demands that the American contact his base and confess to war crimes.
After being electrically shocked on a bedspring by Yushin and then burned on the cheek with his own knife, Rambo pretends to agree to Podovsky's condition, but instead tells Murdock on the radio that "he is coming to get him", after which he promptly escapes with Co's help.
They hide in the jungle and Co tends to Rambo's wounds. She then asks him if he will take her with him to the U.
But they are attacked by some Vietnamese soldiers and Co is shot by the Vietnamese commander, Tay, and dies. Enraged and distraught by Co's death, he kills them all except for Tay, who escapes, but is later killed by one of Rambo's exploding arrows and then buries Co's body in the jungle so her body is not scavenged upon by animals.
After the violence at the camp and on the river, Soviet and Vietnamese troops are scrambled to find and kill Rambo. While they are hunting for Rambo in a forest, Rambo kills a number of them using guerrilla tactics.
Vietnamese soldiers continue to chase Rambo into and through a village. In a patch of tall grass there, Rambo sets a booby trap explosion that ignites a fire, burning many of the Vietnamese soldiers.
While still running away from the soldiers, a Soviet captured UH-1 Huey helicopter finds Rambo and drops a keg of napalm onto his position.
Rambo dives off a cliff into a river as the keg explodes. The helicopter pursues him, shooting bullets into the water. As the helicopter gets closer to the water while shooting bullets, Rambo jumps up from under the water, yanks the gunman into the water, and climbs into the helicopter where he confronts Yushin.
As they fight inside the helicopter, the helicopter flies away and Rambo throws Yushin out of the helicopter to his death.
As Rambo approaches the pilot, the pilot also jumps out of the helicopter. He kills the remaining guards and gets the captives into the chopper.
After he loses Rambo's chopper in a haze of smoke from firing at it, he notices it smoldering in a river.
As the Russian chopper flies in low to investigate and finish off the bird, Rambo — who had appeared to be dead — suddenly sits up, rocket launcher in hand, and fires through the windshield, finishing off Podovsky once and for all.
Rambo then returns to the base and, using the M60E3 machine gun from the helicopter, destroys Murdock's command center.
He then unsheathes his knife and threatens Murdock, ordering him to find and rescue the remaining American POWs in Vietnam, snarling almost under his breath, "You know there's more men out there.
You know where they are. Find 'em Rambo, however, visibly angry and fighting back tears, says that the soldiers he rescued deserve the Medal of Honor more than he does, and he only wants the same thing as the soldiers he rescued: for their country to love its soldiers as much as its soldiers love their country.
Rambo then starts to leave. Trautman asks him, "How will you live, John? The film ends as Rambo walks off into the distance while his mentor watches him.
Because of his actions in saving the POWs, Rambo is granted the Presidential pardon he had been promised and stays in Thailand.
After witnessing Rambo's victory in a stick fighting match, Trautman visits the construction site of the temple Rambo is helping to build and asks Rambo to join him on a mission to Afghanistan.
Despite showing him photos of civilians suffering under Soviet military intervention, Rambo, fearing the same betrayal of the U.
While in Afghanistan, Trautman's troops are ambushed by Soviet troops while passing through the mountains at night. Trautman is imprisoned in a Soviet base and coerced for information by Colonel Zaysen and his henchman Kourov.
Rambo learns of the incident from embassy field officer Robert Griggs and convinces Griggs to take him through an unofficial operation, despite Griggs' warning that the U.
Rambo immediately flies to Pakistan where he meets up with Musa, a weapons supplier who agrees to take him to a village deep in the Afghan desert, close to the Soviet base where Trautman is kept.
The Mujahideen in the village are already hesitant to help Rambo in the first place, but are definitely convinced not to help him when their village is attacked by Soviet helicopters after one of Mousa's shop assistants has informed the Soviets of Rambo's presence.
Aided only by Mousa and a young boy named Hamid, Rambo makes his way to the Soviet base and starts his attempts to free Trautman.
The first attempt is unsuccessful and results not only in Hamid getting shot in the leg, but also in Rambo himself getting splinters in the side.
After escaping from the base, Rambo tends to Hamid's wounds and sends him and Mousa away to safety. The next day, Rambo returns to the base once again, just in time to rescue Trautman from being tortured with a blow-torch.
After rescuing several other prisoners, Rambo steals a helicopter and escapes from the base. However, the helicopter soon crashes and Rambo and Trautman are forced to continue on foot.
After a confrontation in a cave, where Rambo and Trautman eliminate several Soviet Spetsnaz commandos including Kourov, they are confronted by an entire army of Soviet tanks, headed by Zaysen.
Just as they are about to be overwhelmed by the might of the Red Army , the Mujahideen warriors, together with Mousa and Hamid, ride onto the battlefield by the hundreds in a cavalry charge, overwhelming the Communists.
In the ensuing battle, in which both Trautman and John are wounded, Rambo manages to kill Zaysen by driving a tank somehow doing the work of a four-man crew all by himself, by also loading and firing the main gun into the Russian's helicopter.
Rambo survives the explosion and gets out of the tank. At the end of the battle Rambo and Trautman say goodbye to their Mujahideen friends and leave Afghanistan to go home.
The film Rambo opens with newsreels of the crisis in Burma. Burma is under the iron fist rule of Than Shwe and takes harsher stances against the nation's pro-democracy movement.
Rebels are thrown into a mine-infested marsh and then gunned down by the Tatmadaw , while the Burmese military officer Major Pa Tee Tint, who ordered the genocides, watches the shootings grimly.
Former U. He makes a living capturing snakes and selling them in a nearby village. He also transports roamers in his boat. A missionary, Michael Burnett , asks Rambo to take him and his associates up the Salween River to Burma on a humanitarian mission to give aid to Karen tribespeople.
Rambo refuses, having lost all faith in humanity at this point, but he is convinced by Sarah Miller to take them. The boat is stopped by Burmese pirates who demand Sarah , in exchange for passage.
After negotiations fail, Rambo kills them all. Although his actions save the missionaries, it greatly disturbs them. Upon arrival, Michael says that they will travel overland and will not need Rambo's help for the return trip, informing him that he intends to report him.
The mission goes well until the Tatmadaw, led by Major Tint, attack. They kill most of the villagers and two missionaries and kidnap the rest, including Michael and Sarah.
Ten days after the missionaries are scheduled to return, their pastor comes to ask Rambo's help in guiding hired mercenaries to the village where the missionaries were last seen.
Rambo agrees to transport the soldiers then returns to his village and forges himself a new machete. At their destination, Rambo tries to accompany the mercenaries with a black-wrapped package in hand, but their leader, described as a former "old school" and egotistical S.
After arriving at the destroyed village with their guide, a Karen freedom fighter, they are forced to hide when some Tatmadaw arrive by truck and force their villager prisoners to run a gauntlet of hidden land mines thrown into the village rice paddies.
The mercenary leader will not order a rescue, as he is concerned that the missing Tatmadaw will put the rest on alert.
However, Rambo shows up with what is revealed to be his compound bow and shoots down the Tatmadaw. Rambo confronts the leader when the man threatens him, and with his arrow pointed at his eye socket, Rambo tells him and the others that soldiering is what they are and do, and gives them the option to "Live for nothing When Rambo stands down and tells the others to come, they follow without question with the leader in tow.
Rambo and the mercenaries locate and infiltrate a Tamawdaw base where Major Tint is the commander. They plan to save the hostages at a P.
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