Rambo III

When war beckons, Rambo answers the call, but at what cost?

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Combat has taken its toll on John Rambo. He’s fought in too many wars, seen too much violence, and lost too many friends. And now, after years of struggling with PTSD, he’s found a new home in a monastery. Here, Rambo hopes to finally find some inner peace and escape the demons that continue to haunt him. But as fate would have it, Rambo’s past comes knocking on his door once again. His friend and mentor, Colonel Trautman, is in trouble, and he needs Rambo’s help to complete a top-secret mission in Afghanistan. Rambo declines to participate, not wanting to return to the world of bloodshed and violence, but when Trautman is taken captive, he must reconsider. Rambo knows what he must do – he must go back to war one last time.

Chapter 1: Inner Peace

The monastery was nestled at the base of a mighty mountain, surrounded by lush greenery and tranquil landscapes. It was a peaceful place where people came to find solace and inner peace. And that’s exactly what John Rambo was looking for. After years of fighting in numerous wars, he had decided to leave the world behind. He had retired from the military and taken up residence in the monastery, where he hoped to find peace after all the chaos he had experienced.

Rambo was sitting in a small room in the monastery. The room was simple, with nothing but a wooden bed, a small table, and a chair. He had been meditating for hours, trying to find some inner peace. He was a broken man, haunted by the ghosts of his past. Every time he closed his eyes, he saw the faces of the friends he had lost in the various wars he had fought. He could still hear the screams of the wounded, the sound of gunfire, and the explosions that had rocked his world. But he was determined to find some peace, to quiet the voices inside his head.

As he sat there, his eyes closed, he heard the sound of footsteps outside his door. He opened his eyes and saw a young monk standing in the doorway.

“John Rambo, I bring you food,” the young monk said, bowing slightly.

Rambo nodded his thanks and took the bowl of rice from the monk. He ate in silence, lost in his thoughts. As he ate, he couldn’t help but think of his deceased friend, Colonel Trautman. They had fought together in Vietnam, and Trautman had been his mentor ever since. Rambo was grateful to the colonel for showing him what it meant to be a warrior, for teaching him to fight, but he was also haunted by the memories of all the battles they’d faced together.

After finishing his meal, Rambo decided to take a walk around the monastery. He needed to clear his head. He stepped outside and took a deep breath of fresh air. The sun was shining, and the birds were chirping. The scenery was breathtaking, but Rambo couldn’t find any peace or solace. He was still lost in his thoughts.

As he walked, he came across a young monk sweeping the courtyard. The monk looked up and smiled.

“Hello, John. I am Brother Tenzin. How are you doing?” the monk asked.

Rambo nodded and said, “I’m doing okay, I guess. Trying to find some peace of mind.”

Brother Tenzin smiled and said, “You will find what you’re looking for here, John. This is a place of peace and healing.”

Rambo nodded, but he wasn’t sure he could find peace here. He had seen too much, experienced too much, to ever find true peace of mind. But he appreciated the young monk’s words.

As he walked around the monastery, he came across a small group of monks who were practicing martial arts. Rambo watched them for a while, impressed by their agility and skill. He decided to join them, hoping to find some solace in exercise.

For the next few hours, Rambo practiced with the monks. He felt alive for the first time in a long time. He was sweating and panting, but he didn’t care. He was in the present, in the moment, and it felt good.

As the sun began to set, Rambo headed back to his room. He was tired but felt more at peace than he had in a while. He lay down on his bed, closed his eyes, and drifted off to sleep, hoping that he would find some peace in his dreams. But little did he know that his past was about to catch up with him. Colonel Trautman was in trouble, and Rambo was the only one who could save him.

Chapter 2: The Call

Rambo had finally found something resembling peace in the monastery, but it seemed that his past wasn’t quite done with him yet. Col. Trautman had been a mentor and friend to Rambo for years, and when he called on Rambo for help, it was a top-secret mission with the gravest of implications.

It wasn’t as simple as just jumping back into the fray, however. Rambo had been fighting for too many years, had lost too many friends, and had seen too much. He was hesitant to put himself back in harm’s way, even if it was for a friend as close as Trautman.

Rambo had to consider the cost of war, the cost of going into a mission as dangerous as this. He knew that there was a very real chance that he wouldn’t make it back, and that he would be leaving his new-found peace behind.

Trautman’s call had left Rambo conflicted. He was no longer the same man that he had once been.

The monastery was quiet, the only sounds coming from the distant chants of the monks. Rambo sat in silence for hours, weighing the decision of whether or not to take the mission.

The call had come at a particularly hard time for Rambo. He had been thinking about his past, about everything he had been through, and the toll it had taken on him. The memories had been haunting him, and he had been trying to make sense of it all.

But now, Trautman needed him. And the more Rambo thought about it, the more he realized that he couldn’t just leave his friend to die. It was a matter of honor, a matter of duty. Rambo had to go.

He packed his things and left the monastery, his heart heavy with the knowledge that he was leaving behind the only place he had found peace. But he knew that he couldn’t turn his back on Trautman.

Rambo made his way to the airport, his thoughts swirling with memories of past missions, of friends lost and battles fought. He knew that he was going into a dangerous situation, but he was ready for it.

As he boarded the plane, he felt a sense of deja-vu. It was as if he was going back in time, back to the days when he was a soldier without a home, without a cause.

But this time, things were different. Rambo had found a purpose beyond just fighting. He had found a sense of inner peace that he hoped would sustain him through the trials ahead.

As the plane took off, Rambo leaned back in his seat and closed his eyes. He focused on his breathing, trying to calm his mind and prepare himself for what lay ahead.

The mission was dangerous, but Rambo was determined to see it through to the end. He knew that he was the only one who could save Trautman, and he wouldn’t let his friend down.

Rambo arrived in Afghanistan, ready for whatever lay ahead. He knew that this mission would be his toughest yet, but he was determined to come out on top.

Chapter 3: The Journey Begins

Rambo stood at the border of Afghanistan, the war-torn country that he had only heard about in news reports and briefing sessions. His mission was to find and rescue his mentor, Col. Trautman, who was captured by the Soviets while on a top-secret mission. When Rambo first received the call for help from Trautman, he had declined due to his reluctance to return to his old life of violence and bloodshed. But when he heard that Trautman was captured, he knew he had no choice but to come to his aid.

As Rambo crossed the border, he was immediately confronted by a group of armed men. Rambo raised his hands in a gesture of peace, but the men did not lower their weapons. Rambo could see that they were heavily armed and well-trained, and he wondered if they were friend or foe.

“Who are you, and what do you want?” one of the men demanded.

“I’m John Rambo, and I’m here to help the Mujahideen,” Rambo replied.

The Mujahideen were Afghan rebels who were fighting against the Soviet occupation. They were the same people that Col. Trautman had come to train before he was captured. Rambo had decided that the best way to find his mentor was to work with the Mujahideen and find out what they knew about his whereabouts.

The armed men looked at each other, and then one of them spoke up. “If you’re here to help, then come with us. But you must understand that we are at war, and there are dangers everywhere.”

Rambo nodded, knowing full well the risks involved. He had seen enough combat in his life to know that war was never safe. But he also knew that this was his chance to make a difference and save his friend.

The Mujahideen took Rambo to their camp, a makeshift collection of tents and huts hidden in the mountains. Rambo was surprised to see how well-organized they were despite their limited resources. He was introduced to their leader, Ahmad Shah Massoud, a charismatic man who spoke fluent English.

“Welcome, Mr. Rambo,” Massoud said. “We’ve heard of your reputation as a warrior, and we’re glad to have you on our side.”

Rambo nodded, feeling slightly uncomfortable at the praise. He was used to being a loner, not part of any group or organization.

Massoud explained that they were fighting a guerrilla war against the Soviets, who had superior weapons and technology. They needed Rambo’s help to level the playing field and increase their chances of success.

“I need to find Col. Trautman,” Rambo said. “Do you know where he is?”

Massoud shook his head. “We lost contact with him several weeks ago. We believe he was captured by the Soviets, but we don’t know where they’re holding him.”

Rambo frowned, feeling a sense of frustration. He had come all this way without a solid lead on his friend’s whereabouts.

But Massoud assured him that they would continue to search and gather intelligence. In the meantime, Rambo trained with the Mujahideen, teaching them his combat skills and learning their tactics.

As the days went by, Rambo became more and more impressed with the Mujahideen and their bravery. They were outnumbered and outgunned, but they refused to give up their fight for freedom.

Rambo also became close to a young boy named Ali, who reminded him of his deceased friend from Vietnam. Ali had lost his family in the war and was taken in by the Mujahideen. Rambo felt a sense of protectiveness towards the boy, knowing that he could easily be killed in this dangerous environment.

One day, Rambo and Ali were on a scouting mission when they stumbled upon a group of Soviet soldiers. Rambo immediately signaled for Ali to hide, but the boy refused, insisting that he could fight as well.

Rambo admired Ali’s courage but knew that he couldn’t risk the boy’s life. He engaged the soldiers in a fierce firefight, taking out several of them before the rest retreated.

Rambo and Ali returned to the Mujahideen camp, where Massoud commended Rambo for his bravery. But Rambo was still haunted by the fact that he had exposed Ali to danger.

As he lay in his tent that night, Rambo realized that he could never escape the violence that had defined his life for so long. He had found some measure of inner peace in the monastery, but it had been fleeting. He was once again thrust into a world of combat and bloodshed, and he didn’t know how he was going to cope.

But he knew that he couldn’t give up. Not when his friend and mentor was still out there, somewhere, in the hands of the enemy.

Rambo closed his eyes, trying to find some semblance of peace in the darkness. But all he could see were the faces of the men he had killed, the memories of the wars he had fought. He wondered if he would ever be able to escape this cycle of violence and death.

Chapter 4: Trautman’s Rescue

As Rambo infiltrates the Soviet prison where Trautman is being held, his heart races with adrenaline. He had fought countless battles in his life, but this one was different. This one was personal.

He had to be quick and efficient, take down guards and avoid detection. He had to find Trautman, who was in one of the cells. First, he had to navigate through the labyrinth of the prison, which was filled with traps and soldiers.

Rambo carefully approached a group of Soviet soldiers patrolling the area, hiding behind cover as he made his way towards them. He silently took out the first two with a swift and silent knife attack, then used his bare hands to dispatch the third, avoiding using his gun to avoid alerting the others.

Rambo moved past them and continued towards the cells. He soon heard a commotion and gunfire ahead. He quickened his pace, staying low and out of sight.

As he got closer, Rambo saw that Trautman was being interrogated by a group of Soviet soldiers. Rambo knew he had to act, and fast. He took out his bow and arrow, aiming carefully, and let the arrow fly.

The arrow hit one of the guards in the chest, killing him instantly. The remaining soldiers were caught off guard, and Rambo took advantage of the confusion, moving in swiftly to take them out with his knife.

Rambo approached Trautman, who was shackled to the wall. He quickly freed his mentor and handed him a gun. Without wasting time, they fought their way out of the cell block, taking out guards as they went.

They reached the courtyard, where they faced a large group of Soviet soldiers. It was going to take all of Rambo’s skills to get them out alive.

The two fought bravely, taking out soldier after soldier. Rambo used his bow and arrows to take out targets from afar, while Trautman used his gun to eliminate those who got too close.

As they made their way towards the exit, they were met with a group of tanks, which had pulled up outside the prison. The situation had become even more dire, and the only way out was to steal one of the tanks.

Rambo and Trautman fought their way to the nearest tank, taking out the guards that tried to stop them. They climbed in and started the engine, driving towards the exit.

The Soviet soldiers didn’t give up easily, and they chased the tank, firing their weapons at it. Rambo had to use all of his skills to drive the tank and avoid the incoming fire.

As they made their escape, the tank was hit by an RPG, causing it to crash and explode. Rambo and Trautman were thrown clear of the wreckage, and they hit the ground hard.

Rambo quickly got up, checking on Trautman. He was injured but alive. They had made it out of the prison, but the fight wasn’t over yet. The Soviets were still on their trail.

Rambo and Trautman had to continue fighting their way through the Afghan wilderness, evading their pursuers and fighting back when necessary. But they were alive, and that was all that mattered.

As they made their way towards the Mujahideen stronghold, Rambo couldn’t help but think about how close he had come to losing Trautman. He knew that the battle ahead would be even more difficult, but he was ready to face whatever challenges lay ahead.

Rambo had truly found his purpose once again, and he was ready to fight for it with all he had.

Chapter 5: A New Ally

Rambo and the Mujahideen continue to fight against the Soviet forces, but their struggles are not often easy. The terrain of Afghanistan is unforgiving and harsh, with steep mountains and rocky cliffs. The Soviet forces are well-trained and well-armed, with tanks and helicopters at their disposal. But Rambo and his companions are determined to succeed.

As they make their way through the mountains, they notice a figure watching them from a distance. As they approach, they see that it is a woman, armed with a bow and arrows. She introduces herself as Zahra, a warrior from a tribe of nomadic hunters. Despite their initial distrust, Rambo and the Mujahideen are impressed by Zahra’s skill with her bow and her knowledge of the terrain.

They decide to team up with Zahra and continue their mission together. As they journey deeper into the mountains, they engage in guerrilla warfare against the Soviet forces, striking when they least expect it and then disappearing without a trace.

Zahra proves to be a valuable asset to the team, using her knowledge of the terrain to lead them through treacherous passes and ambush Soviet patrols from above. She is quiet and reserved, but Rambo and the others grow to respect her strength and fighting skills.

One night, as they make camp in a hidden cave, Zahra reveals her personal motive for fighting against the Soviets. She tells the group about her father, a tribal leader who was killed by the Soviets during a raid on their village. Zahra has been seeking revenge ever since, and she believes that fighting alongside Rambo and the Mujahideen is the best way to achieve it.

Rambo can understand Zahra’s desire for revenge, as he too has lost many friends and comrades to war. But he knows that revenge cannot be the sole motive for their fight. They are fighting for something bigger than any one person. They are fighting for freedom and justice.

The team continues to make their way through the mountains, picking off Soviet soldiers and destroying their supplies. The fighting is brutal, with many casualties on both sides. But they push forward, knowing that every victory brings them closer to their goal.

One day, as they approach a mountain pass, they see a large convoy of Soviet trucks heading their way. The group knows that they cannot take on such a large force head-on, and they begin to plan an ambush. Zahra volunteers to climb to the top of the mountain and rain arrows down on the convoy from above.

The plan is risky, but Rambo trusts Zahra’s skill and judgment. They set up their ambush and wait for the convoy to approach. As the trucks come into view, Zahra appears at the top of the mountain, raining arrows down on the Soviet soldiers below. The Mujahideen and Rambo engage in a fierce battle, using the chaos created by Zahra’s attack to their advantage.

In the end, they manage to destroy the convoy and kill many Soviet soldiers. But the victory is bittersweet, as they have lost many of their own. Zahra, too, has been injured in the battle, and Rambo realizes that they must find medical help for her soon.

As they tend to their wounded and gather supplies from the destroyed convoy, Rambo reflects on the battles they have fought so far. They have suffered losses, but they have also gained new allies and new strengths. He knows that the fight is far from over, but he is more determined than ever to see it through to the end.

Chapter 6: The Final Battle

The air was thick with the stench of war. Rambo could feel the weight of the battle pressing down on him. He had fought in many wars, but this one was different. This one had a personal stake for him.

Together with the Mujahideen fighters, Rambo had been preparing for this moment for weeks. And now, they were finally facing off against the Soviet forces in a final battle for their country’s freedom.

The two armies faced each other across a vast, arid plain, and the tension was palpable. Rambo could see the fear in the eyes of his fellow soldiers, but he knew that they had no choice but to fight with all they had.

The Mujahideen fighters were fierce warriors, but they were outnumbered by the Soviet forces, who had better weapons and technology. Rambo knew that they had to outsmart them.

He quickly formulated a plan, dividing the Mujahideen force into different groups and assigning them specific tasks. He instructed them to attack from different directions to confuse the Soviet army and create chaos.

As they charged, Rambo could feel his heart pounding in his chest. The deafening sound of gunfire, explosions, and screams filled the air. The Mujahideen fighters were dropping like flies, and the Soviet forces were closing in on them.

The situation looked grim until suddenly, a figure emerged from the chaos. It was the female warrior they had met earlier, leading a group of fighters towards the enemy lines. Rambo was relieved to see her, but he knew that they still had a lot of work to do.

He signaled his team to join forces with the female warrior and her fighters. Together, they launched a series of coordinated attacks that caught the Soviet army off guard.

But the enemy was not easily defeated. They fought back with a fierce determination, determined not to let go of their hold on the country. The battle raged on for hours, and the sun beat down mercilessly on the fighters.

As the day wore on, Rambo could feel himself getting weaker and weaker. He had lost a lot of blood from the injuries he had sustained in the battle. He knew that he couldn’t keep fighting like this, but he refused to give up.

Suddenly, a loud explosion rocked the battlefield, and the ground shook violently. Rambo realized that the Mujahideen had set off a bomb that had taken out a critical enemy target, giving them a much-needed advantage.

With renewed hope, Rambo rallied his troops, and they fought on with renewed vigor. They continued their assault, taking out enemy tanks and soldiers with ruthless precision.

But victory wasn’t easy, and it came at a high cost. The female warrior who had joined forces with Rambo was killed in the crossfire, and Rambo felt a pang of sorrow in his heart.

Finally, the battle ended, and the Soviet forces retreated, beaten and broken. The Mujahideen fighters erupted into cheers of jubilation, and Rambo was filled with a sense of deep satisfaction.

As he surveyed the battlefield, Rambo couldn’t help but feel a sense of pride. He had fought with honor and integrity, and he had helped to liberate a country from oppression. For a brief moment, he allowed himself to feel a sense of peace. But he knew that the scars of war would never truly heal. And so, he turned his back on the battlefield, ready to start a new chapter in his life.

Chapter 7: Victory and Mourning

It was a bittersweet victory for Rambo and the Mujahideen. The Soviet forces had retreated, and the Afghan freedom fighters had won the battle, but at a great cost. The ground was littered with bodies of the slain, and the once-deafening sound of gunfire had mellowed down to a faint echo.

Rambo stood atop a hill, overlooking the war-torn valley. He couldn’t help but think about the fallen warriors who fought alongside him. The young monk from the monastery, his ally, and friend – They were all gone now. Rambo was tired of the violence and the pain that came with it. He longed for peace.

But there was something else that was on Rambo’s mind. A tinge of guilt weighed heavily on his heart. He had killed countless soldiers over the years, soldiers who were just following orders. Was it all worth it? What had he truly achieved?

As Rambo stood there, lost in his thoughts, a figure approached him from behind. It was the leader of the Mujahideen.

“You have done great things, Rambo,” the leader spoke with gratitude. “The Soviet Union will think twice before invading our country again. We owe you a great debt.”

Rambo remained silent, unsure of what to say.

“I know you have lost much,” the leader continued. “But you have also gained something. You have found a family among us. We will honor the memory of those who have fallen and celebrate the victory together.”

Rambo turned to face the leader, his eyes bloodshot from the tears that threatened to spill out. He realized that he had indeed found a new family, a family who had accepted him for who he was, scars and all.

As they walked back to the camp, Rambo couldn’t help but feel a sense of peace. He had helped the people of Afghanistan, and in return, they had given him something that he had been searching for all along – a sense of belonging.

That night, the Mujahideen threw a feast in honor of the fallen warriors. The sound of music and laughter echoed through the valley. Rambo sat among his new family, watching as they danced and sang. He felt a sense of contentment wash over him.

But even as Rambo celebrated with his new family, his thoughts drifted back to the monastery. He knew that he had to find his inner peace once again. He knew that it was time to bid farewell to his newfound family and return to the monastery.

As the sun began to rise, Rambo quietly slipped away from the camp. He walked towards the horizon, towards the place where the mountains met the sky. He knew that the journey ahead would be long and difficult, but he was determined to find his inner peace.

Rambo walked for days, his mind lost in thought. He thought about the friends he had lost, about the people he had helped, and about the future that lay ahead. As he neared the monastery gates, he felt a sense of calm wash over him.

The monks welcomed Rambo back with open arms. They had heard of his exploits in Afghanistan and were amazed at what he had accomplished. But Rambo didn’t feel like a hero. He felt like a man who had lost much but had gained something equally valuable in return.

Rambo spent the next few years at the monastery, tending to the gardens and meditating. He had found his inner peace once again, and he knew that he would never lose it again. He had learned that peace was not the absence of conflict but the ability to find comfort even in the face of adversity.

As Rambo looked back on his life’s journey, he couldn’t help but feel grateful. He had found a new family in the Mujahideen, and he had come full circle by returning to the monastery. He had learned that life was not about the battles that you fought, but about the people that you helped along the way.

Rambo closed his eyes and smiled. He was at peace.

Some scenes from the movie Rambo III written by A.I.

Scene 1


– John Rambo: A former Green Beret who seeks inner peace after years of combat

– Young Monk: A monk who befriends Rambo and reminds him of his deceased friend

Setting: A monastery in the mountains



John Rambo sits cross-legged on the floor, meditating. A young monk enters the room and approaches him.


Excuse me, sir. May I join you?

John opens his eyes and nods.


Of course. It’s a free world.

The young monk sits down next to John and closes his eyes.


I’m Brother Kalyan. I noticed you’ve been coming here a lot lately. May I ask your name?


John. John Rambo.

Brother Kalyan smiles.


It’s nice to meet you, John. I’ve been studying your language. Do you mind if we practice speaking a bit?


Not at all.

Brother Kalyan and John start conversing in broken sentences, trying to communicate with each other.


You seem troubled, John. Is there anything you’d like to talk about?


I’ve seen too much in my life. Too much pain, suffering, and death. I’m trying to find peace.

Brother Kalyan nods understandingly.


This monastery is a good place to start. You’ll find that inner peace you seek.


I hope so.

Brother Kalyan smiles.


I have faith in you, John.

John continues to meditate as Brother Kalyan leaves the room.


Scene 2


– John Rambo, Vietnam War Veteran and warrior

– Colonel Samuel Trautman, Rambo’s mentor and former commanding officer

– Zia, Afghani Mujahideen leader

– Soviet Soldiers and Officers


The rugged terrain of Afghanistan’s hills and valleys, with Soviet military bases and encampments scattered throughout.




Rambo sits outside the monastery, enjoying the natural beauty around him. The peace is broken when Trautman arrives on a motorcycle.


John, I need you. The government won’t let us do it, so we’re doing it ourselves.


(collecting himself)

Doing what?


We’re going to Afghanistan. It’s a top-secret mission, and we need the best.


I’m retired, Colonel. I don’t go to war anymore.


I know. But this is personal. Please, John. I need my friend.



Alright. But if I go, I go to win. Let’s go.



Rambo and Trautman land in Afghanistan and meet with Zia, the leader of the Mujahideen.


(introducing himself)

Welcome to Afghanistan. We’re fighting for our freedom against the Soviets. You’re here to help?



We’re here to rescue a friend. But we’ll help however we can.


(to Zia)

Can you help us get into the prison camp where he’s being held?



We have a plan.



Rambo and Zia sneak into the camp, taking out Soviet soldiers along the way. They find Trautman and free him, but are spotted by a patrol.



Halt! Who goes there?



A nightmare.

Rambo and Zia engage the Soviet patrol in a fierce battle. They emerge victorious but realize their mission is far from over.


The audience is left on an intense cliffhanger, wondering what the next chapter will hold for Rambo and his team as they continue their mission in Afghanistan.

Scene 3


– John Rambo: A retired US Special Forces soldier suffering from PTSD who is called back for a secret mission in Afghanistan.

– Col. Trautman: Rambo’s mentor and former commanding officer who recruits him for the mission.

– Ahmad Shah Massoud: The leader of the Mujahideen, the Afghan rebel forces fighting against the Soviet Union.

– Gholam: A young member of the Mujahideen who assists Rambo on his mission.

Setting: Mountains of Afghanistan, 1988

Scene 3: The Journey Begins



Rambo and Trautman navigate their way through rugged terrain on horseback. They are both dressed in the traditional garb of the Afghan rebels.


(looking around)

This country has seen enough bloodshed.



I don’t know if I can do this, Trautman.


You have to. You owe it to your country.

Rambo nods in agreement.




The duo comes across a Mujahideen outpost, where they are greeted by the rebel fighters.


(shakes hands with Trautman)

Welcome to Afghanistan. We appreciate your help.


(to Rambo)

This is Ahmad Shah Massoud. He’s our main contact here.


(to Rambo)

I’ve heard a lot about you, Rambo. You have a reputation as a fighter.



I’ve seen my share of battles.

Gholam, a young Afghan boy, approaches them.


(to Ahmad Shah Massoud)

I know this man. He saved our village from the Soviet soldiers.



You have the respect of the people here, Rambo.



I just did what I had to do.


(to Trautman)

We have a problem. One of our supply convoys was attacked and captured by the Soviets. They have our men, our weapons, and our supplies.


(to Rambo)

This is where you come in.



What do you want me to do?


(pointing to a map)

You will infiltrate the Soviet prison where our men are being held. You will rescue them and bring back the supplies.

Rambo nods, preparing for the mission.


End of Scene 3.

Scene 4

Logline: When Rambo’s friend and mentor Col. Trautman is captured by the Soviets, Rambo must put his inner peace aside and embark on a dangerous journey to save him.


– John Rambo: A former soldier suffering from the effects of war

– Col. Trautman: Rambo’s mentor and friend

– Soviet Soldiers


Afghanistan, 1980s



Rambo infiltrates the prison, taking out any soldiers that get in his way. He reaches Trautman’s cell and breaks the lock.


(grimacing with pain)

Rambo, they’re torturing me. We need to get out of here.



I got you, Trautman. We’ll get out of here together.

As they make their way out, they encounter more soldiers and engage in a brutal fight. Rambo uses his combat skills to take them out one-by-one.



They have a helicopter outside. We need to take it.



Got it.

They make their way to the helicopter, taking out the remaining soldiers in their path. As they board the helicopter, they hear the sound of more Soviet soldiers approaching.


(to Trautman)

Get ready for takeoff. I’ll cover you.

Trautman starts the helicopter, and Rambo stands guard, taking out the soldiers one-by-one. Suddenly, a bullet strikes the fuel tank, causing a fire.



Get out of here, Trautman! I’ll hold them off!

Trautman takes off in the helicopter, leaving Rambo behind to face the onslaught of Soviet soldiers. Rambo fights with all his might, but it seems as though he may not make it out alive.



Scene 5


Rambo is sitting with the Mujahideen, discussing their next move.


Our intel shows that the Soviets are massing at the base in the valley. We need to hit them hard before they can launch an attack on us.


I’ve seen the Soviet’s firepower. We’ll need more than just us to take them out.


We have allies. They’ll join us in the battle.

Enter a female warrior, KARA. The Mujahideen greet her warmly.


Rambo, this is Kara. She’s one of the fiercest warriors we have.


I hear you’re the one who rescued Trautman.



That’s me.


Impressive. But this won’t be a rescue mission. This will be a full on attack.


I’ve been in a few of those.


Good. Because we’re outnumbered. But we have a plan.

The group huddles together and begins to strategize.



The Mujahideen and Rambo approach the base, weapons in hand.


Remember, we take out the towers first.

The group splits up and starts attacking the towers. The Soviets are caught off guard and begin to fight back.


Rambo infiltrates the base, taking out Soviet soldiers one by one. He finds Kara, who is fighting off a group of soldiers.



Glad you could make it.



Wouldn’t miss it.

Together, they continue to take out the soldiers.



The Mujahideen are battling fiercely. Many are wounded, but they keep fighting.


(to Rambo)

We need to take out the tanks.


I’ll handle it.

Rambo runs towards the tanks, dodging bullets. He climbs onto one of them and starts attacking it with his knife. The tank explodes.



The battle is over. The Mujahideen have won.


(to Kara)

You fight well.



So do you.


I think we make a good team.



We do.

The group celebrates their victory.


Author: AI