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Format: DVD
Sku: 40697004
UPC: 012236168980
UPC 14: 00012236168980
Category Keywords: Action  Theatrical Release  Vietnam  Vietnam War  War
Rating: Game Rating Code
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3-Disc Collector's Set.
The ultimate American action hero is back in three films that will blow you away! Sylvester Stallone stars as ex-Green Beret John Rambo in this Ultimate Edition Collector's Set, which includes the films RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD, RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD II, and RAMBO III!

FIRST BLOOD: Academy Award-nominee Sylvester Stallone stars as war hero, ex-Green Beret John Rambo in the one that started it all! FIRST BLOOD is an explosive action-thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the final, powerful frame!

FIRST BLOOD II: Sylvester Stallone, in this explosive Oscar-nominated sequel to FIRST BLOOD, is back as John Rambo, the perfect fighting machine. Rambo's survival skills are tested with a vengeance on a top-secret mission that takes him back to the jungles of Vietnam in search of American POWs.

RAMBO III: When Col. Sam Trautman (Richard Crenna) is captured during a top-secret mission in Afghanistan, Rambo erupts into a one-man firestorm to rescue his former commanding officer and decimate the enemy. This intense, heart-pounding adventure boasts unrelenting action and suspense from start to finish!

"[First] If you like Rambo, you'll love First Blood.  Find-A-Video
"[First] A thriller that's actually thrilling.  Alex Sandell, Juicy Cerebellum
"[II] ...a movie of immense scale.  Almar Haflidason, BBC Online
"[II] ...precisely the sort of unapologetically brutal piece of work that's sorely missing from contemporary multiplexes.  David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"[III] This is a comic book movie, its outcome as predictable as it is satisfying, which is part of its charm.  Johanna Steinmetz, Chicago Tribune
"[III] ...has an undeniable momentum and, judged on its own terms, a certain comic-book appeal.  Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
More John Rambo than most can handle. Contains First Blood, Rambo 2, and Rambo 3.


Video Features DVD

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 8/28/2007
Video Play Time Running Time: 293 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 16898
Video UPC UPC: 00012236168980
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 3

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Bill McKinney
Video Cast Info Brian Dennehy
Video Cast Info Charles Napier
Video Cast Info Kurtwood Smith
Video Cast Info Marc de Jonge
Video Cast Info Richard Crenna
Video Cast Info Richard Crenna
Video Cast Info Richard Crenna
Video Cast Info Steven Berkoff
Video Cast Info Sylvester Stallone
Video Cast Info Brian Dennehy
Video Cast Info David Caruso
Video Cast Info Julia Nickson-Soul
Video Cast Info Richard Crenna
Video Cast Info George P. Cosmatos - [II] Director
Video Cast Info Peter MacDonald - [III] Director
Video Cast Info Ted Kotcheff - [1] Director
Video Cast Info Ted Kotcheff - [First] Director


Oscar (1986)
   Video Award Name Fred J. Brown, Nominee, [II] Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing

Young Artist Awards (1989)
   Video Award Name Doudi Shoua, Nominee, [III] Best Young Actor In A Motion Picture-Drama

Nominee (1986)
   Video Award Name Oscar, Fred J. Brown, [II] Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing

Professional Reviews

Find-A-Video 8 of 10
[1] If you like Rambo, you'll love First Blood. This is the film that introduced Rambo. Sylve

Generic Mugwump 9 of 10
[II] Rambo: First Blood Part 2 follows Mr John Rambo, a Vietnam veteran, now slumming in up in a federal prison after beating Brian Dennehy one too many times at Mouse Trap. He is approached by his old military superior with the news that there are still some Americans in Vietnamese POW camps, and it is proposed that he go and partake in the operation to rescue them...Rambo: First Blood Part 2 has many layers and themes, never is anything quite as clear cut as, say, a Lundgren movie would be. We don't just have Rambo combating a bunch of leftist Northies intent on proving the domino theory to be correct, we also have a nefarious bureaucracy. The chiefs are out to get want they want, regardless of anything else, the Kafkaesque administration, too absorbed in public relations to give a shit about Rambo, those POWs, or anyone else...Rambo: First Blood Part 2, like the planet we scamper on, is an object of many layers. The violence is the crust which forms the rim around which all else is contained. The authoritarian corruption is the mantle which acts as a porous intermediary on proceedings. And at the core it's a story of two people, brought together under the ugly stage of conflict, who knew one another as few people have, who typified what is it to have a divine, diaphanously enriched connection, one that transcends life itself. - Aaron Fleming

BBC Online 8 of 10
[First] "First Blood" may have signalled the beginning of the incredibly lucrative "Rambo" series but for Sylvester Stallone it represented his first success outside the "Rocky" franchise. The heavily dramatic "FIST." (1978), the critically acclaimed "Nighthawks" (1981), or the risible "Escape to Victory" (1981) were among the notable flops Stallone starred in between the "Rocky" films...Stallone plays the Vietnam vet John Rambo who falls foul of an over-zealous hick, town sheriff Teasle (Brian Dennehy). Taking an instant dislike to Rambo, Teasle arrests him. His subsequent humiliation in the local clink plus a forced shaving gives Rambo flashbacks to his torture in 'Nam and he breaks out, only for Teasle to stage a massive manhunt involving over 200 Guardsmen...At this point the film turns essentially into a chase movie with Stallone foiling his pursuers at every turn. As opposed to the later films his hapless enemies are only maimed by Rambo and never killed...Stallone underwent training in survival skills and hand-to-hand combat that helped give the film such a raw and authentic edge that excited the audiences of the time. This didn't prevent his by now standard hospital visits while making a film. Four broken ribs and a burned hand were some of the injuries he sustained portraying the cinema's most famous one-man army. - Almar Haflidason

The MovieHamlet 8 of 10
[III] Though the film is ultimately just as effective (and violent) as its immediate predecessor, Rambo III has clearly not aged all that well in the years since its 1988 release - as the film's portrayal of Afghan rebels as noble heroes is, within a contemporary context, awfully tough to take (the film is even dedicated to them!) The story - which finds Sylvester Stallone's John Rambo reluctantly forced to head into battle once again after his mentor (Richard Crenna's Sam Trautman) is captured by evil Russians during a mission in Afghanistan - is probably as interesting and fleshed-out as anything within the series, yet there's little doubt that the overtly deliberate build-up ultimately puts a damper on the movie's overall effect. And while the final half hour is devoted almost entirely to action sequences, one can't help but lament the absence of hand-to-hand brawls between Rambo and his plethora of enemies (the emphasis is instead placed primarily on big explosions and over-the-top stunts). Stallone's expectedly stirring performance certainly goes a long way towards smoothing over the film's rough edges, and it's clear that - despite its flaws - Rambo III remains an entertaining, sporadically electrifying piece of work that makes up in thrills what it lacks in relevance. - Stefan Hedmark

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Stallone,Sylvester
Product attributeLabel:   Artisan Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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