Rambo movies can continue without the actor launching them. Sylvester Stallone has recently announced his retirement from John Rambo's character. There was talk, however, that after the 2008 Rambo success, the studio continues without the Rambo film franchise. With Stallone in the series to end, a brief summary of Rambo's films. Stallone has participated in all four films that have been made so far: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood II, Rambo III and Rambo. First Blood (1982)
The first "Rambo" movie, the first blood, based on the same name, David Morrell. Sometimes known as "Rambo: First Blood". The film introduces the John Rambo character played by Sylvester Stallone. He raises Rambo as a Vietnamese veteran who tries to find his place in a society that does not want him. She is tied up with the sheriff of Teasle who sees her like a foal she does not want in town. He arrests Rambo, but Rambo is panicky because of posttraumatic stress caused by war prisoners. He defeats the various representatives and escapes. There will be a man hunting where Rambo turns out to be a killer machine, and the local police and the volunteer army do not meet him. Finally Rambo's mentor and former commander, Colonel Trautman, released and persuaded Rambo to hand over herself.
Rambo: First Blood II. Part (1985):
John Rambo is working in jail for his first blood sins. Colonel Trautman visits him and offers him the possibility of presidential grace in return for helping the Vietnamese prisoners of war. Rather than just photographing the captives, Rambo rescues one and the responsible person, Murdock, refuses to take him to the helicopter and capture Rambo. Rambo escapes, saves all the prisoners and destroys all of Murdock's equipment. He then refuses to go back to America and go to the distance. Officially, George P. Cosmatos directed Rambo: First Blood Part II, but later revealed that Stallone really had the majority of controllers.
Rambo III (1988):
Now John Rambo lives in Thailand and Colonel Trautman is visiting again. Trautman plans a mission to deliver weapons to Afghan warriors in the war against the Russians. Rambo refuses, because there was enough war. But later it turns out that Trautman was captured and went in and succeeded in rescuing him.
Stallone's recent show as John Rambo, the character still in Thailand. It now sells snake to the village near the Burmese border. Finally, they agree to take them to Burma on their ship, though they believe that medical supplies can not come to them in the war torn region. He stopped believing that things could change. Like Trautman in Rambo III, he again finds that the missionaries were captured and successfully rescued them with two mercenaries. At the end of the film, he finally returns to America, on a farm that looks like his father owns.
Source by M A Williams