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In his review, Roger Ebert wrote that he did not like the film's ending, but that it was "a very good movie, well-paced, and well-acted not only by Stallone He commented, "although almost all of First Blood is implausible, because it's Stallone on the screen, we'll buy it", and rated the film three out of four stars.
On Stallone's performance, he wrote "it seems impossible to imagine anyone other than Stallone in the part, and his capabilities as an actor should not be dismissed".
InBlade Magazine gave Morrell an industry achievement award for having helped to make it possible.
This edition also includes a "never-before-seen" alternate ending in which Rambo commits suicide— a fate more in line with the original novel's ending— and a "humorous" ending tacked on afterwards. A brief snippet of the suicide ending appears in a flashback in the fourth movie.
Lionsgate also released this version on Blu-ray.
Both commentary tracks are on the Blu-ray release. Lionsgate also released First Blood as a double feature on February 13,along with 's The Punisher. The film was re-released as part of a 6-disc box set, which contains all four films in the series, on May 27, However, the box set is missing the David Morrell commentary, even though the packaging clearly states it is included.Director: Ted Kotcheff Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Brian Dennehy, Jack Starrett, Michael Talbott, Bill McKinney V irtually synonymous with “one man army,” pushed-to-the-edge survivalist John Rambo raised the bar significantly for action heroes, with Stallone’s entertainingly stoic performance helping “First Blood” to.
Ted Kotcheff tells stories about people living under duress. The Canadian film and television director is a figure of great gregariousness, and his humanist compassion for a wide variety of characters in trouble has led to a roll call of pop culture landmarks.
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The Human Voice was directed by Ted Kotcheff, a prolific filmmaker who went on to do films as diverse as Wake in Fright, First Blood, and Weekend at Bernie's. Now, when you're done with that, check out the ultra-rare Whoopi Goldberg vehicle The Telephone, another film about an unbalanced woman making phone calls one lonely night, and another film about the central poignant contradictions of .
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Watch nowBorn: Apr 07, Ted Kotchef's First Blood is the story of a burned out Vietnam Vet, who after being trained as a Green Berette, and decorated with several metals of honor, has .