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Fully restored for the first time ever, Rambo: First Blood Part II picks up three years  after the events of First Blood. Vietnam veteran John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone – Rocky, Creed, The Expendables) is offered a prison pardon in exchange for accepting a perilous mission: infiltrating communist Vietnam under deep cover to hunt for evidence of missing American servicemen. His CIA handler Marshall Murdock (Charles Napier) insists that it is merely a reconnaissance operation. “Do not engage the enemy,” Rambo is ordered, “Just take pictures.”

After a disastrous parachute drop, Rambo is left stranded in the jungle with only his combat knife and bow and arrows to protect him…
Featuring both the UHD and Blu-ray copies of the film with a host of bonus materials and presented with brand new exclusive artwork from artist Jan Feindt, this is a must-have for any action fan.

Extras:

  • Rambo takes the 80s Part 2
  • We get to win this time
  • Action in the Jungle
  • The Last American POW
  • Sean Baker - Fulfilling a Dream
  • Interview with Sylvester Stallone
  • Interview with Richard Crenna
  • Behind the Scenes
  • The Restoration
  • How to become Rambo Part 2
  • Original Trailer
  • Original TV Spots
  • Director George P. Cosmatos Audio Commentary
Franchise:
Rambo
Character Series:
Rambo
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Sylvester Stallone

Richard Crenna

Charles Napier

Steven Berkoff

Julia Nickson

Martin Kove

George Cheung
Director:
George P. Cosmatos
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
95 minutes
studio:
StudioCanal
Theatrical Release Year:
1985

Rambo: First Blood Part II - Zavvi Exclusive (Blu-Ray & 4K Ultra HD) - Steelbook

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Fully restored for the first time ever, Rambo: First Blood Part II picks up three years  after the events of First Blood. Vietnam veteran John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone – Rocky, Creed, The Expendables) is offered a prison pardon in exchange for accepting a perilous mission: infiltrating communist Vietnam under deep cover to hunt for evidence of missing American servicemen. His CIA handler Marshall Murdock (Charles Napier) insists that it is merely a reconnaissance operation. “Do not engage the enemy,” Rambo is ordered, “Just take pictures.”

After a disastrous parachute drop, Rambo is left stranded in the jungle with only his combat knife and bow and arrows to protect him…
Featuring both the UHD and Blu-ray copies of the film with a host of bonus materials and presented with brand new exclusive artwork from artist Jan Feindt, this is a must-have for any action fan.

Extras:

  • Rambo takes the 80s Part 2
  • We get to win this time
  • Action in the Jungle
  • The Last American POW
  • Sean Baker - Fulfilling a Dream
  • Interview with Sylvester Stallone
  • Interview with Richard Crenna
  • Behind the Scenes
  • The Restoration
  • How to become Rambo Part 2
  • Original Trailer
  • Original TV Spots
  • Director George P. Cosmatos Audio Commentary
Franchise:
Rambo
Character Series:
Rambo
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Sylvester Stallone

Richard Crenna

Charles Napier

Steven Berkoff

Julia Nickson

Martin Kove

George Cheung
Director:
George P. Cosmatos
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
95 minutes
studio:
StudioCanal
Theatrical Release Year:
1985

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.56 / 5 (9 Reviews)
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  • 1 4 star reviews
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  • 1 2 star reviews
  • 0 1 star reviews

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Great steelbook

Worth every penny, Excellent steelbook and a great collectable, well packaged and brilliant service from this company

So sad the franchise is over!

Will there every be a Rambo without Stallone? Who knows. But for now I like to revisit the older movies. They never get old. The steelbooks are the Sam high quality I’ve come to expect from Zavvi. Perfect for any fan!

Quality steelbook!

Top quality steelbook and looks great in the collection! Perfect for any fan of Rambo and looking for a collectible item!

Worthwhile upgrade.

Decent movie and very good picture quality shame they didn't put a Dolby atmos soundtrack on this disc.Steelbook for just over a tenner ,no brainer.

4k exclusive Steelbook

Awsome exclusive steelbook of the second Rambo movie in the series really love these steelbooks and at a pretty good price for the 4K edition also has the included bluray 👍 Excellent service again thanks Zavvi keep up the good work 🙂

still a great flick

I already have this movie, but ever since I was introduced to steelbook cases, I kind of got used to getting them. The movie itself is great, but I just wanted the steelbook.

Rambo first blood part 2 4k

The transfer of this movie in some parts were ok but most of it was a fantastic clean tranfer, you will notice a massive detail in hair ,skin,clothes, explosions, rocks,water the lot, I've never seen this movie in so much clarity it's fantastic, way better than the blu ray, the sound for me was great as I use a 2.1 Bose system and watched on a 55 inch Sony a1 oled tv definitely worth the pick up and for this price

One for the collection

Absolutely mint transfer. Picture and sound are excellent and makes one of my favourite film more enjoyable. Love the steelbook art too.

Tut tut

Ok, was expecting far better picture quality than this. In parts the quality ramps right up to a sweet looking Ultra HD signal but immediately reverts to normal looking. Ok it is slightly better than 1080p but not much. If 4k Blu Rays are going to be churned out like this then I don't see the format lasting. I know the film was made in the 80s but if they release it saying 4k, it should be considerably better than 1080p. Stick to the much cheaper regular Blu Ray.