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"Rambo isn't violent. I see Rambo as a philanthropist." - Sylvester Stallone

"Rambo only exists in the movies." - Daniel Ortega

"She was like John Rambo meets Polly Pocket; Dakota Fanning crossed with Death Wish 4." - Mark Millar

"Rambo was a Green Beret," Hannah said. "Please. We eat those army boys for breakfast." - Rachel Caine

"The tie's a multi purpose accessory, y'know, belt, school boy, Rambo." - Noel Fielding

"Growing up, my dolls were doctors and on secret missions. I had Barbie Goes Rambo." - Zoe Saldana

"'Rocky' represents the optimistic side of life, and 'Rambo' represents purgatory." - Sylvester Stallone

"I loved 'Rocky' and 'Rambo', and am very proud of them." - Sylvester Stallone

"When Scorsese shoots a violent scene, it's very uncomfortable - it's not like watching 'Rambo.'" - Gerard Way

"In my novel, 'First Blood,' Rambo died. In the films, he lives." - David Morrell

"I love Rambo but I think it's potentially a very dangerous movie. It changes history in a frightening way." - Steven Spielberg

"Before consulting the hotheads who present various military options such as a military invasion: remember, President Reagan, Rambo only exists in the movies." - Daniel Ortega

"What's with the cute shoelace on your head?" "What this?" He flicked the end of the cord with his finger. "Yeah. Rambo called, he wants his bandana back." - Ilona Andrews

"Experience shows that after a disaster it is particularly difficult with the Americans, who appear to be quite cowardly despite their Rambo films." - Ken Bates

"I try to eliminate as much dialogue as possible, and I guess Rambo is my really best experiment with how to eliminate dialogue." - Sylvester Stallone

"One of the first cassette tapes I ever purchased was the Rambo III score. I was not allowed to see Rambo, but my mom would allow me to buy the music, so I would listen to that score over and over and imagine the movie. But those limitations and not being able to access those things made me so much more excited about them." - Dan Trachtenberg

"Cats don't bark and act brave when they see something small in fur or feathers, they kill it. Dogs tend to bravado. They're braggarts. In the great evolutionary drama the dog is Sergeant Bilko, the cat is Rambo." - James P. Gorman

"Ninety-five percent of women's experiences are about being a victim. Or about being an underdog, or having to survive... women didn't go to Vietnam and blow things up. They are not Rambo." - Jodie Foster

"I came home for a week after I finished filming Rambo because, after being in the jungle for three months, all I wanted to do was walk in the Highlands." - Graham Mctavish

"At the very end, the one person who Rambo should kill, he doesn't kill. He lets it live. Because you can't kill that kind of hypocritical bureaucracy. It goes on forever." - Sylvester Stallone

"His name was Rambo, and he was just some nothing kid for all anybody knew, standing by the pump of a gas station at the outskirts of Madison, Kentucky." - David Morrell

"I came home for a week after I finished filming 'Rambo' because, after being in the jungle for three months, all I wanted to do was walk in the Highlands." - Graham Mctavish

"I like Stallone, because he writes. He sits down with a blank page and comes up with another Rambo movie. That isn't very easy for anybody. He's made it successful on top of that." - Dolph Lundgren

"The idea of Rambo is kind of intriguing as a closing chapter. When you shoot a film as a sequel to do another sequel it's a whole other tone. But when you know it's the final chapter you try and put in there as much emotion, understanding and closure as you can. So, whereas Rocky is a lighter character and optimistic, Rambo is much darker." - Sylvester Stallone

"I do find violence entertaining, but that doesn't make me a bad person. I grew up watching all these action films when I was a kid. My dad would bring back 'Rambo' and whatever, and we'd watch it together. It's not affected me in any way other than I just appreciate the entertainment value of violence on film" - Scott Adkins

"How did you escape? (Syd) I fought my way out in a manner that would have made Rambo proud. And when I got home without his body because I could' pull him out without getting myself killed, I got slapped in my face by everyone around me. So do' talk to me about death, little girl. I wrote the book on it. (Steele)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"How did you escape? (Syd) I fought my way out in a manner that would have made Rambo proud. And when I got home without his body because I couldn't pull him out without getting myself killed, I got slapped in my face by everyone around me. So don't talk to me about death, little girl. I wrote the book on it. (Steele)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"A rap pro, do a show, good to go, also Cameo afro, Virgo, domino, I go Rambo, Gigolo, Romeo, Friday night spend money on a ho...tel, To get a good night's sleep, I'm keeping in step. Now do I come off? Yep." - Big Daddy Kane

"I got booted out third, but to me [Last Comic Standing] was a lot like Rambo II...I don't really remember much...there was rats, people bombing, screaming, yelling, and a middle aged guy with a shaved chest got beat by somebody from the Viet Cong." - Rob Cantrell

"Tales of great heroism were being told... at my parents home in Wirt County, West Virginia, it was understaged by media all repeating the story of the little girl Rambo from rural West Virginia who went down fighting. It was not true." - Jessica Lynch

"I do find violence entertaining, but that doesn't make me a bad person. I grew up watching all these action films when I was a kid. My dad would bring back 'Rambo' and whatever, and we'd watch it together. It's not affected me in any way other than I just appreciate the entertainment value of violence on film." - Scott Adkins

"The phenomenal thing that happened to me is that I was able to create two memorable men: one is the ultimate optimist, Rocky, and then you have Rambo, the ultimate pessimist. You're going to always be remembered for them, no matter what you do." - Sylvester Stallone

"I think the violence is important. It all depends on the genre. Rambo was ultra-violent, and I think it worked. You have to give Stallone credit. You have to respect him for taking that shot, and taking the violence all the way. He was the first one to do that in a long time. It fricking worked." - Dolph Lundgren

"I took the stool next to him, raising an eyebrow at the coffee and cruller on the counter. "Thought you weren't into internal pollution," I said. Lately Ranger'd been on a health food thing. "Props," Ranger told me. "Didn't want to look out of place." I didn't want to burst his fantasy bubble, but the only time Ranger wouldn't look out of place would be standing in a lineup between Rambo and Batman." - Janet Evanovich

"What was nice about the nineties is that it was an example of music that responded to a desire of the times. It spoke to the social conditions of the times. Women were making more money. Women were saying, "My voice counts. If we're going out on a Friday night, I don't want to see a Rambo movie. I want to go see a singer/songwriter who sings about my life."" - Dar Williams

"We all grew up in that era. I'm a little younger than these guys [Will Forte and John Solomon], but I would say all of us are huge fans of the original "MacGyver" series, and obviously we found that inspiration for the original pitch for MacGruber. We took his name and made it stupid. In terms of the inspiration for the movie, that really came from our love for late '80s/early '90s action movies - the whole "Lethal Weapon" series and "Rambo" and "Die Hard," every single [Arnold] Schwarzenegger and [Sylvester] Stallone film." - Will Forte

"I wasn't trying to write a corrective novel - that would just end up tasting like medicine, and I tried to stay away from polemics as best I could. I think that, if anything, Fobbit is my way of showing readers there's another side to war - the backstage of combat, if you will. If you play a word association game with Americans and say "war," what's the first thing that comes to mind? Soldiers running across a battlefield through a hail of bullets, right? Rambo, smoke, explosions. In Fobbit, I hope readers will see something a little different" - Dave Abrams



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