Saturday, September 12, 2009

Rambo V: Battle for Justice?

Not being into the whole "Rambo" craze, it is odd of me to take interest in the newest addition to the collection of Sylvester Stallone's filmography.

The plot of Rambo V, however, caught my attention. Sylvester is getting on in years, and it is a little unusual for a 63 year old man to be fighting bloody wars of valor; perhaps that's why I was so intrigued to hear about this new film of his.

According to initial reports, the sketchy details about the plot of his 2011 film has him hunting down the drug-traffickers of Mexico in search of an "abducted Mexican girl". A noble cause, no?

That is, until I realized who might be playing the girl...

(...Possible "spoiler" coming up...)

Sonia Sotomayor

¡Santa Maria!

The lack of details require speculation, but I'm just saying... the age is right, and she's one wise, Latina woman. She and Sylvester would look great together on the screen.

"Latina" is Mexican, isn't it?


Dr. Paleo Ph.D. said...

LOL LOL LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Son3 said...


Johann Van De Leeuw said...

I don't get it...probably 'cause I don't watch mainstream movies. And I don't know anything at all about 'Rambo'. What's so funny?

Son3 said...

That's Sonia Sotomayor.

The Supreme Court InJustice.

Abortionist, racist, gun-grabber, commie.

Didn't you hear about her being nominated/appointed?

Son3 said...

I don't really watch mainstream movies, either.

There are few movies made after 1965 (and that's putting it up there) which I like.

Johann Van De Leeuw said...

Yeah, I understand about Sonia Sotomayor, I just don't get the connection.

Son3 said...

Does that make you humorless?

(Kidding all over the place!)


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