Rambo: First Blood Part II 3D Blu Ray 1985

Rambo: First Blood Part II 3D Blu Ray 1985

Year: 1985
Country: United States
Producer: George P. Cosmatos
Duration: 1h 36 min.
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Charles Napier
Conversion 2D to 3D by: JFC
Type 3D: Conversion
IMDB: 6,5
3DHD: 9.33
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Rambo: First Blood Part II 3D is an action film released in 1985, directed by George P. Cosmatos. The plot follows John Rambo, a former Green Beret and Vietnam War veteran, who is released from prison on the condition that he undertake a secret mission in Vietnam to locate American prisoners of war believed to still be held captive.

As Rambo embarks on his mission, he encounters betrayal and deceit from his own government. Despite the odds stacked against him, Rambo displays his exceptional combat skills as he navigates the dangerous jungle terrain, facing off against enemy soldiers and rescuing POWs. Along the way, he forms an alliance with Co-Bao, a local Vietnamese woman who assists him in his mission.

As the mission progresses, Rambo discovers the true extent of the betrayal and corruption within the government. He confronts his superiors and takes matters into his own hands, determined to complete his mission and expose the truth. The film culminates in a dramatic and explosive showdown as Rambo confronts his enemies and fights for justice, ultimately emerging victorious and bringing closure to his tumultuous past.

3D Movie from the Franchise - Rambo

Rambo: First Blood Part II 3D Blu Ray 1985 originally was not released in 3D but has been converted to 3D specifically for the 3D-HD.CLUB, offering viewers an enhanced visual experience of the thrilling action sequences and special effects in the movie.

3D conversion by JFC

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Overall 3D Score: 9.33 out of 10 (votes: 1)
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Continue the action-packed journey of John Rambo with the sequel to First Blood. A lot more action, a lot more fun, but overall a less good film that feels right at home in 3D.

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Half SBS 3D 1920x1080p: 9.36 GB

Full SBS 3D 3840x1080p: 13.14 GB

Blu-ray 3D: 20.07 GB

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User reviews (3)
  1. edgar
    VIP
    26 February 2024 14:03
    Having seen this film 23 times in theaters alone and not counting the many times I've seen it on VHS, LaserDisc, DVD and Blu-ray, could make me a little biased in writing this review. ----- Our hero was sentenced to a labor camp after the events in First Blood and is now given the opportunity for rehabilitation. His mission: To track down prisoners of war. Despite initial difficulties, he completed the task much better than planned and thus became a political target. He stays behind, the mission is aborted and John is captured. The Russian commander of the Vietnamese prison camp wants to gain political advantage from this incident too. But even torture can't break Rambo. What others call hell, he calls home. He manages to escape, leaving a bloody trail of destruction behind him and now has two targets: the mission and revenge for the betrayal. ----- The 3D is fantastic, I never would have hoped that it would be possible to realize this film so well. Of course, Rambo 2 was my favorite of the Rambo films, just because of the great locations, jungle, big rivers, hilly landscapes with a lot of space and the tons of great action scenes. The camera work in Rambo 2 is also brilliant. All of that probably made converting something big. The jungle is beautifully staged, all the distances are perfectly balanced, the aerial shots, the tracking shots and camera pans are superbly choreographed. Very good 3D in many parts, extremely good 3D in certain scenes. This makes everything seem very natural and harmonious. The 3D expands the playing area enormously, everything becomes much larger and more impressive, you almost feel like a tiny player in a huge game. Of all the times I've seen this film, it's never been this gripping. The explosions are breathtaking, the action is close enough to touch and the body count is extremely realistic. I literally wanted to get involved and never thought that I could hate a person in the film that I already hated even more intensely. Pay attention to the scene at the beginning of the film, John and Trautman at the fence in the prison camp. Extremely clean 3D. This scene alone must have consumed hours of time. Very successful version. Thank you so much, for the great and worthy work on this fantasitc action movie of the good old 80s.
  2. Rudy Houghton
    Member
    13 March 2024 17:09
    Again, not my kind of film. However, I enjoyed part 1 so much I had to give part 2 a try. The conversion on this film blew me away. JFC truly is an artist. The 3D in this film was so good, most of the time you feel as if you're there. Very impressed with another winner!
  3. Phil
    Member
    18 March 2024 21:57
    This is the first Rambo film where we actually got to see Rambo go all out. Action packed from beginning to end. Big muscle, explosions and guns... a lot of guns! The 3D here enhances the film making battle scenes feel much grander. Another solid conversion by JFC.
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