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Rambo First Blood Part II

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John Rambo is released from prison by his former superior, Colonel Samuel Troutman for a top-secret covert mission to the last place on Earth he';;d want to return - the jungles of Vietnam, to bring back POW';;s still held in Vietnam. For Rambo, this is what he would do best.  
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Chicago Reader
A thoroughly unpleasant project, quite apart from its creepy populist posturing (Stallone seemed determined to become the Huey Long of the movies).
January 14, 2008
What makes this icon so significant is how wholly he was embraced by the Reagan era. After all, it only seems natural to respond to B-movie action stars when your president was one as well.
June 07, 2010
Common Sense Media
Sly shoots up Vietnam in glorified '80s actioner.
December 15, 2010
Rambo's significant beefcake factor is so pronounced in First Blood: Part II that it practically begs to be taken as queer-baiting camp.
June 14, 2008
TV Guide
All in all, it's a pretty offensive movie, especially to the Americans who fought in Vietnam.
January 14, 2008
Antagony & Ecstasy
An endless parade of people glowering, being pensive, skulking, but with all the sonic and visual trappings of a trashy action movie insisting that it's big noisome fun.
October 25, 2014
Time Out
The body count is rising, Sly's pecs are blowing up, and Rambo himself is becoming more of a brand-name than a character, a mascot for masochism and murderous self-assertion.
June 24, 2006
New York Times
To anyone who doesn't share the camera's adoration, this sort of behavior becomes so comic that Rambo turns into something of a camp classic.
May 20, 2003