Over at the StalloneZone message board, SZoner, RockStone posted this link to Sly speaking at the Zurich Master Class in 2008.
On January 13, 2009, Jason Roestel, of the [Miami] Examiner.com listed his choices for The Top Movies of 2008. “Rambo” came in at #2. In honor of the second place finish here are two quotes from the review:
This is how you bring a hero out of a 20 year retirement Steven Spielberg.
This was the bravest film of 2008.
You can read the entire piece by clicking here.
Mark S. Krzos of News-Press.com out of Fort Myers, Florida listed his Top 25 Movies of 2008. “Rambo” came in at #12. You can see the who list here.
Jeff Allard at ShockTilYouDrop.com lists his choices for Best & Worst Horror Films of 2008. Surprisingly, he places “Rambo” on the Best Film list! Here’s his rationale:
Sylvester Stallone’s return to one of his signature roles wasn’t horror, of course, but Rambo is a film no genre fan can afford to ignore…
High praise indeed!
SZoner, Chris from France sent in these photos. Thanks to Chris for sharing! – Craig
SZoner, Gianno, sent in the photos with this post and said: Madonna is not the only international star to come to Rio de Janeiro in recent days. Sylvester Stallone is also in town. The actor is looking to scout locations for his new movie, “The Expendables”, which will be recorded in the city and Sao Paulo.
Thanks to Gianno for sharing his photos! – Craig
Neil Brown, over at ScreenRant.com, recently had this to say about “The Expendables”:
The main film on any true film fan’s calendar for 2009 has to be The Expendables. The Sylvester Stallone film co-starring Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren and Forrest Whitaker.
Harry Knowles at Ain’t It Cool News spoke with Sly who revealed that UFC Heavyweight Champion Randy Couture has joined the film’s line up. He also revealed that Lundgren and Li would indulge in some sort of fisticuffs.Come on Sly – get Arnold and Bruce involved – even if only in a brief cameo capacity.
Who could argue with that? And ScreenRant also pointed out that “The Expendables” was the Internet Movie Database’s number five most searched movie of 2008! That’s pretty impressive, especially considering that it wasn’t announced until later in the year. – Craig