You know, Rambo 38th Anniversary 1982 2020 Shirt, Hoodie, Sweatshirt, Sweater, Long SLeeve, Tank Top are designed to celebrate the Rambo 5: The Last Blood released September 20, 2019.You should watch the first movie, “First Blood”. It’s a classic, and the entire reason that there was another dozen movies about Rambo. First Blood gets a lot of things relatively right for a movie, basically John Rambo puts all his efforts into escape and evasion, wasting the efforts and resources of his adversaries. Yes, a lot of the details are cinematic nonsense (which stands out even more when you’re looking at a film from another time), but until Rambo decides he has to steal a truck with a machine gun in it and go back to engaged in a final showdown with the corrupt local sheriff (which is an over-the-top expression of the impulsive act that got him into this in the first place), his overall strategy is not ridiculous.
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Of course, this is for narrative reasons rather than realism, the point is to show that Rambo isn’t the one who escalates the conflict to an insane man-hunt. But realistically speaking, even if the adversary force were clearly defined as evil bad guy minions right from the beginning, escape and evasion are still what any competent soldier considers first if alone and vastly outnumbered (or even more than a little bit outnumbered). If a soldier is charged with the defense of something that cannot be hidden or carried away from the enemy, then a prepared defense is in order (many elements of prepared defense are useful in evasion, because they can hamper and discourage pursuit). What exactly you do must vary with the local situation and your resources, but basically you consider the likely approaches of the enemy and emplace “booby-traps” in those areas, picking out and preparing some positions from which you can fire on approaches and withdraw to your next prepared position.
However, in real life a real soldier should almost never be asked to carry out a long-odds defense alone. Any soldier capable of competently carrying out a prepared defense alone would be worth more than almost anything a lone soldier might be defending (and worth far more than the minor attrition inflicted on the enemy), the rational choice would normally be to order that soldier to escape and evade, possibly after destroying whatever the enemy is attempting to take. If a lone soldier does not have anywhere to escape and evade to…well, they’re not really a soldier at that point, they can decide for themselves what exactly to do.
Rambo would have died over a dozen times on each movie and Rambo 38th Anniversary 1982 2020 5 Films Sylvester Stallone Shirt. Its like Star Wars storm troopers that have the worst possible aim to justify Luke surviving. When I watched Rambo-1 I was just a teen, and I loved it. Today I wouldn’t watch that again, unless someone paid me good money for that. A single soldier no mater how good just can’t kill 1000 men in close quarters and survive even with great planning. While in some scenes Rambo could plan to great lengths, on many scenarios he was going into corridors he apparently had no prior knowledge. Any slightly wise soldier would have ambushed him easily. All it takes is one bullet on his head, heart or major artery. Or a stabbing on the right place.
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Rambo was not helping terrorists. Remember that old saying? The enemy of my enemy, is my friend. The same principal works here. The Russians were bad, the terrorists were kind of bad, and Rambo wanted the Russians dead along with the Sort-of-Bad terrorists. Remember, all the village wanted was to be free of Russian control. Ultimately the Russians were defeated and Rambo was viewed as a hero. And remember, as an American we can look at those people and call them terrorists. But Rambo was affiliated with no country at the time, he held no loyalty to the U.S or the Middle East. He simply wanted his friend safe and out of the Russians control. It was only when Rambo saw the pure motives of why the Sort-of-Bad Terrorists wanted the Russians out of their country. Not only that if the Russians were there minding their own shit, then Trautman would have never been called there to infiltrate the base. It was what the Russians were doing that caused Trautman to attempt to infiltrate the base. The mission is meant to supply weapons, including FIM 92-A Stinger missiles, to Afghan freedom fighters who are fighting the Soviets in the Soviet-Afghan War. Trautman is captured. Colonel Zaysen is angered that Trautman is attempting to supply weapons to the enemy and demands to know the location of the missiles, supposedly to negotiate and “provide a way out of this for us both”. Zaysen then says that all everyone really wants is peace, but Trautman doesn’t buy it, and tells Zaysen that he has a sense of humor. Zaysen is confused and asks him to explain. Trautman says that he is a hypocrite because he is practicing mass murder of local Afghans and preaching about peace at the same time. Zaysen accuses Trautman of believing in “absurd American propaganda” and claims to have killed nobody. Again, Trautman doesn’t believe this and launches into a tirade about how the Soviets will just have to deal with the war they created.
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I started following the Stallone / Rambo community around 2014, when I started working at my unofficial Rambo-prequel saga. I will give you a summary of what happened during the last 4 years which where the most important to answer this question.During those years, Stallone did everything in his power to carry the project on. He twitted multiple times to the public that Rambo 5 had received greenlight and at some point in time, millenium films had the title on his website like if it was a ‘confirmed project’ and ‘in the making’ already. Around 2015 or so, Stallone even twitted a picture of the completed script over his desk. But the truth is… that it was all a poker bluff. Stallone was trying to create some sensation on the public hoping that people’s enthusiasm in the project would have convinced some producers in funding Rambo 5… Which did not happend. Mainly because – as someone said already here on Quora – Rambo 4 was not ‘that’ successull. Rambo 4 (which I consider a masterpiece) was successfull, but the least successfull of the saga anyway, and considering Stallone’s age and the type of character, Stallone never found the producers he needed out.
During this period of Stallone’s struggling (2014–2017) he also held a very big auction where he sold some unbelievable memorabilia of his private collection including a screen used First Blood knife (!!!) and some other Rocky items you won’t believe. I don’t know if this auction’s purpose was to fund a Rambo 5 movie or not. But of course, it’s possible. Because had Stallone co-produced the movie himself, it would have helped in finding partners for the project. Sylvester Stallone put all of his ‘Rocky’ memorabilia up for auction. Also, during the time period I mentioned here to you, I have always been in contact with author DAVID MORRELL for various reasons. Morrell created the Rambo character in his 1972 novel FIRST BLOOD and personally permitted my Rambo prequel novels to worldwide freeshare. During this 2015–2017 period, he told me he had several contacts with Stallone to make some brainstorming about various possible plots for a Rambo 5. But he also told me that ‘despite’ Stallone’s recent tweets… nothing was ‘green lit’ yet, and that the project was far from been in ‘confirmed’ status… which turned out to be the truth. When the world was thinking otherwise, Morrell got it right and many months later, everything turned back to silence. Stallone stopped tweeting, Millenium website ereased the Rambo 5 page and no one talked about the project any more and for a long time the Rambo 5’s project turned out being pretty ‘dead’.
But why did Stallone ‘lied’ to the public? He lied because it would have helped in getting the movie done. Stallone is not omnipotent and he was just doing everything he could to give Rambo 5 a go for real. All of this went on until around 2017, when something we don’t know finally changed the situation for bad. And then, in 2017, after many months of silence, when asked during an interview about an eventually-upcoming Rambo 5 film, Stallone said something like: “I don’t think so, because I am too old for the character. I don’t think people could possibly enjoy a ‘70 years old’ version of the character. It’s like watching an old-aged pole dancer dancing… It just don’t work”. In my modest opinion, if you hear Stallone say something like this after so many months of silence about the project, let’s buy Rambo 38th Anniversary 1982 2020 Signature Shirt… It means that this time the game is pretty over. I mean, I know that ‘nothing is over’ and that ‘if I am alive, it’s still alive’. Yet, this time I think that Stallone is done with the character for real. But you know what?