Synopses of movies I haven’t seen yet, based solely on their posters: Rambo

Rambo is sad.

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17 Responses to “Synopses of movies I haven’t seen yet, based solely on their posters: Rambo”
  1. black13 says:

    To me, it looks more like, “Rambio has congestion.”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Rambo: This time he’s Hitler

    or something

  3. Rambo is a big drip…

  4. teamwak says:

    Haha. Poor Rambo.

    Hey, as an appriciator of lolcats, have you come across this before?


  5. kokopopo says:

    He looks disappointed.

    • Todd says:

      He’s probably hurt because I didn’t write more about his poster.

      • mcbrennan says:

        You really think he’d read more than three words?

        • Todd says:

          Hey, Stallone won an Oscar for screenwriting, which is more than I ever did.

          Yes, that is correct — Stallone beat Paddy Chayevsky for Network, Walter Bernstein for The Front and Lina Wertmuller for Seven Beauties. Then he went on to make Judge Dredd.

          • mcbrennan says:

            I was, of course, only denigrating the reading comprehension of Rambo the character, not the erudite, accomplished and apparently unstoppable Mr. Stallone himself. And to be fair to him, Judge Dredd still has a reasonable shot of becoming a sassy daytime TV court-show host. I have no fresh material on Over The Top, Oscar or Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot! so we’ll move on.

            It must be odd, come to think of it, to have written dialog that Stallone has in fact uttered in a film. Is it odd?

            I woke up from a weird Scott Baio-centered dream the other night and flipped on the TV just in time to see James Spader tell you to “Bite me, Larry” the other night. That was a bit surreal as well.

            • Todd says:

              While the part was not written expressly for him, I think Stallone’s work in Antz is exemplary.

              I can’t remember if it was me, the producer or Spader who came up with the brilliant turn of phrase “Bite me, Larry.”

  6. Rambo is so cool, his likeness has been plastered all over town in cut-out graffiti like he’s a rebel political movement.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It looks like a severed head on a pike.