It doesnít help that Rambo as a character is essentially extraneous here. His character barely even has a real connection to the storyline. Itís almost as if they took a script for a random generic war movie and just plopped Rambo in the middle. Heís still cool (when is Sylvester Stallone not?*), but the characterís badass factor isnít enough to hold the movie together.
*It was a hypothetical question. You donít need to remind me of his role in SPY KIDS 3-D: GAME OVER.
The second disc merely contains a digital copy of the film.
Audio Commentary (with Stallone):
Deleted Scenes: There are 13 minutes worth of excised scenes. Nothing special.
Legacy of Despair: The Struggle in Burma: Explores the real-life problems in Burma.
It's a Long Road: The Resurrection of an Icon: Details the development of the film, including Stallone discussing how they changed the filmís original storyline.
A Score to Settle: The Music of Rambo: The title says it all.
The Art of War: Completing Rambo: A brief insight into Stalloneís ideas regarding sound usage.
The Weaponry of Rambo: A look at the filmís prop weapons.
A Hero's Welcome: Release and Reception: Covers the filmís Las Vegas premiere.
Also included are the filmís Theatrical Trailer and Previews.