John Rambo who is now in prison after the ruckus he caused in the previous movie, is approached by his former superior, Colonel Trautman. It seems that the government's looking for American MIA's in Vietnam, that are still being held there. Now the man in charge of the mission, Murdock, tells Rambo that his job is to go in, confirm their presence by taking photographs. Rambo senses that Murdock is not what he seems. Rambo goes in takes the photographs, but also takes one of the prisoners with him. When Murdock learns of this, he orders the chopper that's suppose to pick him up to pull out. Rambo is then captured. Obviously Murdock's desire was not to find anyone. Trautman warns him that Rambo's going to come after him. And that's what Rambo's going to do but first he is going after the Vietnamese and Russians, who brutalized him.
While Rambo is still killing away in the theaters, it seems there's some news on the high-definition DVD front for its two predecessors. According to a story from TV Guide, Rambo: First Blood, Part 2 and Rambo III will be moving up to Blu-Ray on May 27.
Lionsgate hasn't confirmed that date, and it is subject to change. Rambo: First Blood was released on Blu-Ray in February 2007.Read More
According to TVShowsOnDVD.com, the animated Rambo series from 1986 is set to hit DVD on June 14th from Lions Gate Home Entertainment!Ruby-Spears Productions launched a Rambo animated series that started with a 5-part mini-series in April 1986, and continued in daily syndication with 60 more episodes starting in mid-September of that year. A huge line of toys and videogames were marketed based on this series.
Taking over the role of Rambo was Neil Ross, a veteran voice actor with credits to his name that included Voltron, Transformers, G.I. Joe and InHumanoids. Other veteran voice actors were also in the cast, including other Transformers alumni: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker, Michael Bell, and Alan Oppenheimer (the latter also known as "Dr. Rudy Wells" in the Bionic television shows). Also present was Star Trek's "Kang", Michael Ansara, and Fresh Prince's "Uncle Phillip", James Avery.Read More