Fully restored for the first time ever, Rambo III finds John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone – Rocky, Creed, The Expendables) taking refuge in a Buddhist temple in Thailand. Rambo’s mentor, Colonel Sam Trautman(Richard Crenna) arrives seeking help for a new mission: supplying weapons to oppressed rebels in Afghanistan. When Rambo refuses, Trautman leaves for Afghanistan without him – but is quickly taken hostage by Soviet forces. With his friend facing imminent death, Rambo volunteers to mount a solo rescue attempt …

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 3
  • Full Circle
  • A Hero's Journey
  • Rambo's Survival Hardware
  • Alternate Beginning
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Interview with Sylvester Stallone
  • Afghanistan - A Land in Crisis
  • Guts and Glory
  • Behind the Scenes
  • The Restoration
  • Trautman & Rambo
  • How to become Rambo Part 3
  • Original Trailer
  • Original TV Spots
Franchise:
Rambo
Character Series:
Rambo
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Marc de Jonge, Kurtwood Smith, Spiros Focás, Sasson Gabai
Director:
Peter MacDonald
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
102 minutes
studio:
StudioCanal
Theatrical Release Year:
1988

Rambo Part III - Zavvi Exclusive (Blu-Ray & 4K Ultra HD) - Steelbook

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Fully restored for the first time ever, Rambo III finds John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone – Rocky, Creed, The Expendables) taking refuge in a Buddhist temple in Thailand. Rambo’s mentor, Colonel Sam Trautman(Richard Crenna) arrives seeking help for a new mission: supplying weapons to oppressed rebels in Afghanistan. When Rambo refuses, Trautman leaves for Afghanistan without him – but is quickly taken hostage by Soviet forces. With his friend facing imminent death, Rambo volunteers to mount a solo rescue attempt …

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 3
  • Full Circle
  • A Hero's Journey
  • Rambo's Survival Hardware
  • Alternate Beginning
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Interview with Sylvester Stallone
  • Afghanistan - A Land in Crisis
  • Guts and Glory
  • Behind the Scenes
  • The Restoration
  • Trautman & Rambo
  • How to become Rambo Part 3
  • Original Trailer
  • Original TV Spots
Franchise:
Rambo
Character Series:
Rambo
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Marc de Jonge, Kurtwood Smith, Spiros Focás, Sasson Gabai
Director:
Peter MacDonald
Number of Discs:
2
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
102 minutes
studio:
StudioCanal
Theatrical Release Year:
1988

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Great Steelbook

Not the best Rambo film but definitely the best case for it that’s been produced so far! Looks great with the whole collection in this steelbook variation. High quality finish as always. A perfect gift for any Rambo fan.

Worthwhile upgrade.

Again good transfer great steelbook for not a lot of money but still no atmos soundtrack which is a shame as it does involve you in the film a little more as things sound more realistic.The American version of Cliffhanger sounds superb so it can be done.

it was an okay movie

I already have this movie, but ever since I was introduced to steelbook case, I kind of got used to getting them now. The movie itself is okay and it grew on me, but I just wanted the steelbook.