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Rambo III - Wikipedia Rambo III is a 1988 American action adventure film directed by Peter MacDonald. The film depicts fictional events during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.


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Rambo III - Wikipedia Rambo III is a 1988 American action adventure film directed by Peter MacDonald. The film depicts fictional events during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.

Rambo III - Wikipedia This article is about the film Rambo 3 For the video game see Rambo III video game Rambo III is a 1988 American action adventure film directed by Peter MacDonald The film depicts fictional events during the Soviet war in Afghanistan It is the third film in the Rambo series following First Blood and Rambo First Blood Part II It was in turn followed by Rambo in 2008 making it the last film in the series to feature Richard Crenna as Colonel Sam Trautman before his death in 2003 In the film John Rambo sets out in a dangerous journey at Afghanistan in order to rescue his former military commander and his longtime best friend Col Trautman from the hands of an extremely powerful and ruthless Soviet military general who is bent on killing both Trautman and Rambo and to conquer Afghanistan for the Soviet armies Sixtyfive seconds of the film were cut in the UK version for theatrical release 1 Some later video releases almost tripled the cuts 5Rambo III was released worldwide on May 25 1988 and grossed 189 million against production budget of between 58 and 63 million Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 End Dedication 5 Music 6 Release 6 1 Box office 6 2 Critical reception 6 3 Accolades 7 Other media 8 References 9 External links Colonel Sam Trautman visits his old friend and ally John Rambo in Thailand He explains that he is putting together a mercenary team for a CIAsponsored mission to supply antiSoviet fighters in Afghanistan Despite being shown photos of civilians suffering at the hands of the Soviet military Rambo refuses to join as he is tired of fighting Trautman proceeds anyway and is ambushed by enemy forces near the border resulting in all of his men being killed Trautman is captured and sent to a large mountain base to be interrogated by Soviet Colonel Zaysen and his henchman Sergeant Kourov Embassy official Robert Griggs informs Rambo of Trautmans capture but refuses to approve a rescue mission for fear of drawing the United States into the war Aware that Trautman will die otherwise Rambo gets permission to undertake a solo rescue on the condition that he will be disavowed in the event of capture or death Rambo immediately flies to Peshawar Pakistan where he intends to convince arms dealer Mousa Ghani to bring him to Khost the town closest to the Soviet base where Trautman is held captive The Mujahideen in the village led by chieftain Masoud hesitate to help Rambo free Trautman Meanwhile a Soviet informant in Ghanis employ informs the Russians who send two attack helicopters to destroy the village Though Rambo manages to destroy one of them with a turret the rebels refuse to aid him any further Aided only by Mousa and a young boy named Hamid Rambo attacks the base and inflicts significant damage before being forced to retreat Hamid as well as Rambo are wounded during the battle and Rambo sends him and Mousa away before resuming his infiltration Skillfully evading base security Rambo reaches Trautman just as he is about to be tortured with a flamethrower He and Trautman rescue several other prisoners and hijack a Hind helicopter to escape the base The helicopter is damaged during takeoff and quickly crashes forcing the escapees to flee across the sand on foot An attack chopper pursues Rambo and Trautman to a nearby cave where Rambo destroys it with an explosive arrow A furious Zaysen sends commandos under Kourov to kill them but they are quickly routed and killed An injured Kourov attacks Rambo with his bare hands but is overcome and killed As Rambo and Trautman make their way to the Pakistani border Zaysen and his forces surround them But before the duo are overwhelmed Masouds Mujahideen forces attack the Soviets in a surprise cavalry charge Despite being wounded Rambo takes control of a tank and uses it to attack Zaysens chopper headon the two vehicles collide but Rambo survives At the end of the battle Rambo and Trautman say goodbye to the Mujahideen and leave Afghanistan Main article List of characters in the Rambo franchise § Rambo III Sylvester Stallone as John J Rambo Richard Crenna as Colonel Sam Trautman Kurtwood Smith as Robert Griggs Marc de Jonge as Colonel Alexei Zaysen Sasson Gabai as Mousa Ghani Doudi Shoua as Hamid Spiros Focas as Masoud Randy Raney as Sergeant Kourov Marcus Gilbert as Tomask Alon Abutbul as Nissem Mahmoud Assadollahi as Rahim Yosef Shiloah as Khalid Productionedit Sylvester Stallone later said his original premise of the film was more in keeping with the theme of Tears of the Sun but set in Afghanistan 6 Bullitt and Red Heat scribe Harry Kleiner was hired to write a draft but his script was rejected by Stallone 7 Several weeks into filming many of the films crew were fired including the director of photography and director Russel Mulcahy Stallone The canvas of this movie is so large you have to constantly think 10 scenes ahead You cant wing it They didnt go into the Battle of Waterloo not knowing what their strategy would be Well this movie is kind of like a cinematic warfare We have a huge cast and crew more than 250 people and tough locations to deal with Everyone and everything has to coordinate 8 Some critics noted that the timing of the movie with its unabashedly antiSoviet tone ran afoul of the opening of Communism to the West under Mikhail Gorbachev which had already changed the image of the Soviet Union to a substantial degree by the time the movie was finished 9 Sylvester Stallone had hired Mulcahy in the basis of his music videos and Highlander He went to Israel two weeks before me with the task of casting two dozen vicious looking Russian troops These men were suppose to make your blood run cold When I arrived on the set what I saw was two dozen blond blueeyed pretty boys that resembled rejects from a surfing contest Needless to say Rambo is not afraid of a little competition but being attacked by third rate male models could be an enemy that could overwhelm him I explained my disappointment to Russell and he totally disagreed so I asked him and his chiffon army to move on 6 Mulcahy was replaced by Peter MacDonald a veteran second unit director It was MacDonalds first film as director but he was very experienced and had directed the second unit action sequences in Rambo First Blood Part II MacDonald later said I tried very hard to change the Rambo character a bit and make him a vulnerable and humorous person I failed totally 10 I knew instinctively what was a good and bad shot he added Stallone knew his character because it was his third outing as Rambo I wasn’t shooting Shakespeare and at times it was hard to take it seriously 10 MacDonald shot the stick fighting sequence in Bangkok himself using a handheld camera 10 The film was shot in Israel Thailand and Arizona MacDonald There were so many restrictions in Israel where you could and couldn’t shoot The producers and Stallone decided they would go back to Arizona where they had looked long before I was on the film There was a group there called the reenactors We had around two hundred and fifty of these guys who reenact the American civil war They were called on to do fight sequences which they loved 10 The 1990 Guinness World Records deemed Rambo III the most violent film ever made with 221 acts of violence at least 70 explosions and over 108 characters killed onscreen citation needed However the body count of the fourth film in the series Rambo surpassed that record with 236 kills citation needed The Mi24 HindD helicopters seen in the film are in fact modified Aérospatiale SA 330 Puma transport helicopters with fabricated bolton wings similar to the real HindDs which were mainly used in the former Soviet bloc nations citation needed The other helicopter depicted is a slightly reshaped Aerospatiale Gazelle citation needed End Dedicationedit Some have claimed that the dedication at the end of the film has been altered at various points in response to the events of 911 11 Specifically it is claimed that the dedication was at one point “to the brave Mujahideen fighters” and then later changed to “to the gallant people of Afghanistan” However reviews of the film upon its release and later publications prior to 911 show that the film was dedicated “to the gallant people of Afghanistan” 121314 An extensive film score was written by Oscarwinning American composer Jerry Goldsmith conducting the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra however much of it was not used Instead much of the music Goldsmith penned for the previous installment was recycled Rambo 3 The original album released by Scotti Bros contained only a portion of the new music as well as three songs only one of which was used in the film Bill Medleys version of He Aint Heavy Hes My Brother played over the end credits It Is Our Destiny – Bill Medley 430 Preparations 458 Afghanistan 235 The Game 223 Another Time 354 He Aint Heavy Hes My Brother – Bill Medley 430 Aftermath 242 Questions 334 The Bridge Giorgio Moroder featuring Joe Pizullo 359 Final Battle 447 A more complete 75minute version of the score was later released by Intrada Another Time 358 Preparations 0621 The Money 052 Im Used To It 100 Peshawar 112 Afghanistan 238 Questions 337 Then Ill Die 334 The Game 225 Flaming Village 407 The Aftermath 244 Night Entry 358 Under And Over 255 Night Fight 650 First Aid 246 The Long Climb 325 Going Down 152 The Cave 331 The Boot 153 You Did It John 108 The Showdown 126 Final Battle 450 Ill Stay 900 Releaseedit Box officeedit Rambo III opened in the United States on May 25 1988 at 2562 theatres in its opening weekend the fourday Memorial Day weekend ranking 2 behind Crocodile Dundee II 1516 Overall the film grossed 53715611 domestically and then took 135300000 overseas giving Rambo III a box office total of 189015611 4 The film is the second most successful of the Rambo series behind Rambo First Blood Part II Critical receptionedit Rambo III received mixed to negative reviews from critics 17 It scored a 36 on Rotten Tomatoes based on 28 reviews Prominent critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert of At the Movies fame were split on Rambo III with Siskel awarding the film thumbs up and Ebert declaring thumbs down for those expecting more out of Rambo III Ebert did however give thumbs up to fans saying the film was entertaining and that it delivers the goods The New York Times took a dim view of the film 12 Accoladesedit Award Category Subject Result Razzie Award Worst Actor Sylvester Stallone Won Worst Screenplay Nominated Sheldon Lettich Nominated Worst Supporting Actor Richard Crenna Nominated Worst Picture Mario Kassar Nominated Buzz Feitshans Nominated Andrew G Vajna Nominated Worst Director Peter MacDonald Nominated Other mediaedit David Morrell author of First Blood the novel the first Rambo film is based on wrote a novelization In the movie Twins Arnold Schwarzeneggers character is seen looking at the poster of Rambo III featuring Stallone where he compares his biceps to Stallones but waves it off with a smile while shaking his head and walks away Various companies released video games based on the film including Ocean Software and Taito In 1990 Sega released its own game based on the film for the Master System and GenesisMega Drive The company would later reuse the films rescue sequence and climactic final battle as stages in the 2008 arcade light gun game Rambo A comic book adaptation of the film was published by Blackthorne Publishing 1819 Blackthorne also published a 3D version of its Rambo III comic The character of Chop Top in the 1986 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 notes that the recording of one chainsaw murder sounds like the Rambo III soundtrack although at that time there had only been two Rambo films In Hot Shots Part Deux the protagonist Topper Harley Charlie Sheen is a parody of John Rambo and the plot of the film is the same as Rambo III which involves Harley rescuing his mentor Col Denton Walters Richard Crenna parodying his character from the Rambo series Referencesedit a b BBFC Cinema Rating 1988   Hall Sheldon Neale Stephen 2010 Epics spectacles and blockbusters a Hollywood history Wayne State University Press pp  239–240 ISBN 9780814330081 Rambo III 1988 cost a thenrecord 58 million   Robertson Patrick 1991 Guinness Book of Movie Facts and Feats Abbeville Press p  33 ISBN 9781558592360   a b Box Office Mojo Rambo 3 BBFC Video Rating 1989   a b 1 httparticles latimes com19870510entertainmentca62361harrykleiner Rambo Iii Gets Back On The Track In Israel Los Angeles Times September 22 1987PAT H BROESKE Preview Review Rambo IV   a b c d David Ellis Peter MacDonald The Man Who Failed to Change Rambo Film International 20 November 2013 httpwww imdb comtitlett0095956synopsis a b Maslin Janet 19880525 ReviewsFilm Stallones Rambo III GlobeTrotting Cowboy For the 80s Audience The New York Times Retrieved 20101029   The Civil War in Popular Culture 1996 Washington D C The Smithsonian Institution ISBN 1560986875 p 152 Vietnam war films over 600 feature madeforTV pilot and short movies 19391992 from the United States Vietnam France Belgium Australia Hong Kong South Africa Great Britain and other countries 1994 Mcfarland & Co Inc Pub ISBN 0899507816 p 355 Easton Nina 19880614 WEEKEND BOX OFFICE  Crocodile Swamps Rambo Hanks Big Hit The Los Angeles Times Retrieved 20110101   Blank Ed Croc devours Rambo in first week in theaters Pittsburgh Press Retrieved 29 October 2010   Easton Nina J 19890105 Roger Rabbit Hops to BoxOffice Top Coming to America Hits 2nd The Los Angeles Times Retrieved 20101029   Blackthorne Publishing Rambo III Grand Comics Database   Blackthorne Publishing Rambo III at the Comic Book DB External linksedit Rambo III on IMDb Rambo III at Box Office Mojo Rambo III at Rotten Tomatoes Rambo III at Metacritic

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