Managed to grab the sneak preview show, went with a whole gang today which includes me myself, Bunny, Edwin, Vjan, Kai Yen, Chai Yen, Marcus, Jothan, Kok Kang, Wei Kang, Chris, and Chen Cheat. It’s a 1 hour and 20 minutes show. I tell you. must watch it, or you’ll regret.

here’s a trailer of the movie ::

Directed by Sylvester Stallone
Produced by Avi Lerner,
Kevin King Templeton
John Thompson
Sylvester Stallone
Written by Sylvester Stallone
Starring Sylvester Stallone
Julie Benz
Matthew Marsden

Music by Brian Tyler
Cinematography Glen Macpherson
Editing by Sean Albertson
Distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment
Columbia Pictures (UK, Australia)
Warner Bros. (Germany)

Release date(s) Flag of the United States January 25, 2008
Running time 93 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget US$50,000,000
Preceded by Rambo III (1988)

When a group of missionary aid workers in Myanmar disappear into the vast green inferno, vigilante Vietnam WarSalween River boatman behind to accompany a group of mercenaries on a daring rescue mission. It’s been twenty years since Rambo helped Mujahedeen
rebels fend off Soviet invaders in Afghanistan, and these days the
former soldier lives a simple life in northern Thailand. Yet despite
the fact that Rambo has long since traded his guns for a fishing reel,
the world’s longest running civil war rages into its sixtieth year on
the nearby Thai-Burma border. It seems like every day more rebels,
mercenaries, medics, and peace workers cross through the remote village
where Rambo lives, most of them never to be seen again. One day, human
rights missionaries Sarah (Julie Benz) and Michael Bennett (Paul
Schulze) show up asking Rambo to guide them up the Salween so they can
get some much needed food and medical supplies to the desperate Karen
tribe. According to Sarah and Michael the Burmese military has planted
landmines all along the roads leading into the tribe’s village, making
it virtually impossible to reach the tribe via land. At first Rambo
flatly refuses to cross into Burma, but these refugees will most
certainly die without aid and he eventually relents. Two weeks after
Rambo drops the group off in dangerous territory, pastor Arthur Marsh
(Ken Howard) arrives with a chilling message: the aid workers never
returned from their mission into the jungle, and the embassies refuse
to help Marsh and his fellow missionaries find their missing friends.
Pastor Marsh knows that Sarah, Michael, and the rest of the missing
missionaries are being held hostage by the Burmese army, and in order
to hire the mercenaries needed for a rescue mission he has mortgaged
his house and taken up a special collection from his congregation. Now,
despite the fact that Rambo has long since sworn off all forms of
violence, the knowledge that innocent missionaries are being used as
pawns in a brutal war leaves him with no other choice than to venture
behind enemy lines on his most dangerous mission to date.
Sylvester Stallone has described the film as “sort of like Beyond Rangoon, but with rocket launchers.”

Well, I don’t think you’re interested in the rubbish above, just go watch it. And I found something really interesting that you should pay attention. Pay attention to how many “Fu**” words they’ve spoken and how they sensor it. It was like “Fttt” Wahahahaha… Anyway, enjoy~


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