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Rambo - The Complete Collection (1-4 Box Set) [DVD]

Sylvester Stallone , Richard Crenna    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
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  • Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna
  • Format: Box set, PAL, Colour
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 23 Jun 2008
  • Run Time: 379 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0017ZM0KU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,078 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



Rambo: First Blood [1982]

It's easy to forget that this Spartan, violent film, which begat the Rambo series, was such a big hit in 1982 because it was a good movie. Green Beret vet John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) wanders into the wrong small town to find a fellow 'Nam buddy and gets the living heck kicked out of him by the local law enforcement (led by Brian Dennehy). The vet strikes back the only way he knows how, leading to a visceral, if unrealistic, flight and fight through the local mountains. Based on the 1972 novel by David Morrell, this film saved Stallone's then-foundering career and the Rambo character became the inspiration for countless political cartoons. But this film is Deliverance without the moral ambiguity. --Keith Simanton

Rambo: First Blood Part II [1985]

After Rocky and its sequels, Sylvester Stallone cast about for another character that would bring him the same kind of box-office hit--and found it in disillusioned Vietnam vet John Rambo in First Blood, a solid little action thriller. So when all else failed, Stallone went back to the same well in hopes of recapturing the same commercial success. Which this film did. But where First Blood was a no-nonsense thriller that pitted Stallone against a worthy (and not necessarily bad) Brian Dennehy, this one is a sadistic chest-thumper in which Rambo gets to go back to Vietnam: ostensibly, he is there to rescue missing POWs, but in fact the movie was a lame excuse for him to refight the Vietnam War--and win. Audiences ate up the cruel Vietcong (and their Russian manipulators) and Stallone's bogus heroics, but it was strictly by-the-numbers action. --Marshall Fine

Rambo III [1988]

And the hits just keep on coming. Sylvester Stallone, who can't seem to draw flies unless he's playing Rocky Balboa or John Rambo, went back to the Rambo well (or septic system, as it were) to show his well-known solidarity with the Afghan freedom fighters who battled the Soviet army in the 1980s. This time it's personal: his handler, Richard Crenna, is captured by the Evil Empire and so it is up to Rambo to leave his work in a monastery in Southeast Asia (no, seriously) in order to rescue him from the Ruskies. Ever wonder why the Russians had such a miserable time in Afghanistan? It was because Rambo took them on single-handed and sent them packing with hammer-and-sickle all the way back to Moscow. Cartoonish action, taken ever so seriously by Stallone, who was working desperately to scrape away the unsightly wax build up from his reputation. --Marshall Fine

Rambo [2008]

Twenty years after the last film in the series, John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) has retreated to northern Thailand, where he's running a longboat on the Salween River. On the nearby Thai-Burma (Myanmar) border, the world's longest-running civil war, the Burmese-Karen conflict, rages into its 60th year. But Rambo, who lives a solitary, simple life in the mountains and jungles fishing and catching poisonous snakes to sell, has long given up fighting, even as medics, mercenaries, rebels and peace workers pass by on their way to the war-torn region. That all changes when a group of human rights missionaries search out the "American river guide" John Rambo.

When Sarah (Julie Benz) and Michael Bennett (Paul Schulze) approach him, they explain that since last year's trek to the refugee camps, the Burmese military has laid landmines along the road, making it too dangerous for overland travel. They ask Rambo to guide them up the Salween and drop them off in order to deliver medical supplies and food to the Karen tribe. After refusing to cross into Burma, Rambo changes his mind and takes them, dropping them close to one of the Karen villages.

Less than two weeks later, he receives a visit from a pastor tellng him the aid workers did not return and the embassies have not helped locate them. The pastor has mortgaged his home and raised money from his congregation to hire mercenaries to free the missionaries, who are being held captive by the Burmese army. Although the United States military trained him to be a lethal super soldier in Vietnam, decades later Rambo's reluctance for violence and conflict are palpable. However, the lone warrior knows what he must do...

Product Description

Rambo: First Blood

2 Feature Trailers

First Blood : A Look Back - featurette

Drawing First Blood - featurette

Interviews with Sylvester Stallone

Director's Commentary with David Morrell

Commentary with Sylvester Stallone

Rambo: First Blood Part II

2 Feature Trailers

2 TV Spots

Rambo : Action in the Jungle - featurette

We Get to Win this time - featurette

Director's Commentary with George P Cosmatos

Rambo III

Feature Trailers

Making of Rambo 3 - featurette

"Scope" - Behind the Scenes - featurette

"Friendship" - Behind the Scenes - featurette

Photo Gallery


Commentary with Sylvester Stallone

Deleted Scenes

It's a Long Road: Resurrection of an Icon - featurette

The Art of War (Part I) - featurette

The Art of War (Part II) - featurette

A Hero's Welcome: Release & Reaction - featurette

The Weaponry of Rambo - featurette

Legacy of Despair: The Struggle in Burma – featurette

4 collector's cards (with images from each film)

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Worst 'Special' EVER! 19 Sep 2011
By Damian
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
** Note: This review is about the Special Grenade Packing only **

I have just unwrapped my 'Special Grenade Packaging' and immediately felt compelled to write a 'review' before someone else makes a BIG mistake.

The grenade itself is the cheapest plastic I have ever seen, or touched. The discs themselves are not in any cases or special packing, you simply unscrew the top 1/4 of the grenades and the 4 discs are just sat there on a mini spindle, with 'bits' all over them.

An utter waste of £30 over the normal non-Special edition.
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61 of 66 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Deutsche Sprache nur fuer Teil 1 - 3 13 Jan 2009
Very good quality and worth it. Please note, that there are many languages on it for the first three parts (German, French for sure, I didn't look, whether other languages are on it). Part IV (John Rambo) ís an English-only-version.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For each Rambo Fan a must have! 6 Aug 2008
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
First: It is Blu-Ray and not a cheap copy of the DVD.
From movie to movie it gets even better.
The sound is well mixed. That means that you are not pushed
from your seats when explosions occur. The balance between speach and effects is perfect.

Except of the fourth part "John Rambo" you have nearly no extras.
Only one interview with Sly, but this is worth a look.

Of course there are no cuts. You can enjoy the complete movies.
This is interesting for german costumers. They also find the uncut
german-version on this. Very nice.

Good quality, price is fair. Clear recommandation!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Legendary- heroes never die... 21 Jun 2008
This set contains all four Rambo movies a saga spanning twenty-six years

Rambo First blood (1982) - when for no apparent reason, a small town police chief arrests a vagrant hitch-hiker, little does he realise that he has set in motion a catastrophic series of events. The vagrant in question is in fact John Rambo congressional medal of honour winner and Vietnam war hero. Responding to the harassment of his captors with sudden ferociousness Rambo makes a daring escape from the small town jail, and heads for the shelter of the nearby mountains as the manhunt begins Rambo prepares himself for a one man war.

The first and undoubtedly the best of the series which combined action with the sensitive political issue of the treatment of Vietnam veterans. The action sequences stand up still to the likes of today's Hollywood blockbusters. Edited well and a powerhouse performance from Stallone makes this a winner which unlike a lot of action films from the eighties has not become cheesy with age. Rating 10/10

Rambo First blood part 2 (1985) - Rambo is released from prison and is sent back to Vietnam on a secret mission to track down American soldiers MIA. Rambo parachutes into the foreboding jungle with nothing but a hunting knife and a bow and arrow, he is ordered not to engage the enemy just to take reconnaissance pictures but betrayed by his own Rambo struggles against deadly odds, vowing to get revenge on those who betrayed him and lead the POWS to safety.

Part 2, penned by Stallone and James Cameron, ups the action ante , its still took a hard jab against American foreign policy regarding Vietnam soldiers but the political dealings generally took a back seat droned out by the sound of endless gunfire.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This 4 disc collection brings together the 4 Rambo films starring Sylvester Stallone into one easy package. All have been nicely mastered and are well presented.

First Blood: the original, and in my opinion, the best. It is a thoughtful and well put together film which examines the attitudes of America to its returning Vietnam veterans. John Rambo is drifting around until he meets Brian Dennehey's tough sherriff, who sets out on a personal mission to drive Rambo out of town. Pushed too far by the police, Rambo snaps and goes on the run, using all his survival expertise to deter those hunting him until he decides finally to take explosive vengeance on the town that broke him. It has its fair share of big action set pieces and lots of shots of Sly hitting, shooting and stabbing things, but it is essentially an excellent character study of one man pushed to his limit and another man's obsession. It also does not live up to its violent reputation, Rambo only kills one person, and that is by accident.

First Blood 2 - Here the series starts to get silly. Rambo is asked to go on a deniable black op into Vietnam in peacetime to suss out a camp where some American soldiers might still be held even after the cease of hostilities years before. Cue Rambo's one man mission to rescue the soldiers against all the odds after he is cut off by his duplicitous superior. There are lots of explosions as he blows up anything he can and kills everything that moves. It's big, loud, daft, and a whole lot of fun. Stallone tries to put in some character study, but this movie is all about the big bangs and the body count.

First Blood 3 - Rambo goes off on a one man mission to save his old boss, Colonel Troutman, from nasty Russian types in the depths of Afghanistan.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful

Although I have not watched the films yet, I am thinking about returning this box set as the actual hand grenade is cheap plastic and does not look much like pictured on Amazon website or on the back box.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Rambo The Complete Collection
This DVD box set contains all four of the Rambo films from First Blood in 1982 through to Rambo in 2008 along with some great interviews with Sly about the making of the films. Read more
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I like it anyway, it have all the right films and with extra bonus.
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You either love or hate these films. I love them. Watching all 4 back to back is easier to see Rambo come full circle, from his first psychotic breakdown to his final acceptance of... Read more
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