Sylvester Stallone chooses his best film and surprises everyone: It is the most violent of his career

Sylvester Stallone chooses his best film and surprises everyone: It is the most violent of his career
Sylvester Stallone chooses his best film and surprises everyone: It is the most violent of his career

Sylvester Stallone has developed and starred in countless projects throughout his successful career in Hollywood. The American actor and filmmaker also has two mythical sagas to his credit, ‘Rocky‘ and ‘Rambo‘, without regard to ‘The mercenaries‘as an action festival and as a meeting point for the main stars of the genre, and although he has multiple options, the writer and director has also surprised by revealing which is the best film he has ever made, because He has gone to choose the most violent and horrible one where, according to himself, there are “children burned alive.”.

Sylvester Stallone gets wet and chooses the best film of his career, leaving everyone surprised: it is the most violent and horrible of ‘Rambo’

In the framework of an interview for The Hollywood Reporter, reviewing his career, Stallone has been completely sincere, choosing and defending what he believes is the best film he has ever made. It is none other, of course, from the controversy ‘Rambo 4‘. The film, released in 2008, received a lot of criticism for how incredibly wild it was (and is).being the bloodiest and gore of the saga with Sly returning to his beloved Vietnam veteran in a civil war that brings out the worst in human beings: “A film that I am very proud of – it is the best action film I have ever seen.” I have done because it is the most authentic – it is John Rambo, which is about Burma, where there has been a civil war for 67 years,” explains the actor.

Stallone believes that ‘Rambo 4’ is his best film to date.

“But They criticized me because the film is very violent. And it is violent. It is awful. Children burned alive. That’s what makes civil war worse than anything: It’s your neighbor, suddenly, killing you. He was very happy with that film, and never thought it would make it to the cinema. I thought: ‘They’re never going to show this,'” he concludes. In the end, the fourth installment of ‘Rambo’ grossed $113 million based on a budget of approximately $50 million, so it didn’t do badly at the box office.

 
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