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The Rambo Retrospective Series
John Rambo, as embodied by Sylvester Stallone, is arguably one of the biggest cinematic icons of the 1980s. Oscar-nominated for Rocky, Stallone's non-Rocky film career was on the ropes when Stallone signed onto this troubled production adapting David Morell's 1972 novel to film, but with a large explosion this would catapult Stallone to the action A-list and create a character that would not only endure on screen but off as well, with President Ronald Regan as one of Rambo's biggest admirers. Now join Now Playing as we watch and review these films! In our first installment we revisit the...
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3.5 stars from 111 ratings
Schade dass man nicht 0 Sterne geben kann 😈👿😡 die App ist so schei-ß-e
Nico Piep via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 11/18/12
John rambo?
Was hat das mit rambo zu tun? Wo sind die rambo Teile auf iTunes? Warum gibts die hier nich??? Ich bin großer rambo fan und schwer enttäuscht von iTunes!!!
Claudius Lieb via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/16/12
Another great series
"Now Playing" does it again with another entertaining, professionally-produced series. Nothing is over! You just don't turn off this podcast!
JSR_kfriem via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/19/11
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20 Years after Rambo 3 crashed at the box office like a chopper into a tank, John Rambo returned to the big screen. Stallone, still in the afterglow of his acclaimed return as Rocky Balboa, reprised his other classic role of John Rambo, and this time he's going to Burma to give you a war you...
Published 11/26/10
After Rambo First Blood Part II blew up at the box office like napalm on a waterfall it was inevitable that Stallone would reprise the role for another outing. This time, Rambo heads to war-torn Afghanistan, teaming up with the Afghan rebels to rescue his only friend, Colonial Trautman, and...
Published 11/19/10
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