Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

Sylvester Gardens Stallone, known as Sylvester Stallone, born in 1946, is an American actor, director, actor, bodybuilder, writer and successful businessman who won the Golden Globe Award. It is known as one of the symbols and legends of action and martial arts in the world of cinema. He, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson and... all are from the generation that shaped the world of action movies and gave it an identity with their efforts and influential roles. Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

Sylvester Gardens Stallone, known as Sylvester Stallone, born in 1946, is an American actor, director, actor, bodybuilder, writer and successful businessman who won the Golden Globe Award. It is known as one of the symbols and legends of action and martial arts in the world of cinema. He, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson and... all are from the generation that shaped the world of action movies and gave it an identity with their efforts and influential roles.

Stallone is also one of the most famous Hollywood actors. He is known mainly for his acting in action movies. Since birth, a part of his face was congenitally paralyzed, and for this reason, in addition to a permanent smile that is visible on his face, he has droopy eyes and a unique dialect. His origin comes from Sicily, Italy on his father's side, and his mother is American. He first entered the cinema with the movie "Party at the house of Kitty and the Master" and then he experienced short roles in films such as "Bananas" by Woody Allen, "Clute" and "Flat-Push Owners".

One night when he went to see the famous boxer Ali Chuck Wenper fight, Stallone was deeply impressed by him and after the match and as soon as he got home, he started writing the script of Rocky and finished it in three days. Many prominent critics, including Roger Ebert, praised the release of the film from various aspects, and at the 49th Academy Awards, the film won the Oscar in the three categories of Best Film, Best Director, and Best Editing. This film is one of the most famous works of this actor, and in addition to all the honors it brought him, he managed to be included in the National Film Registry of the United States (a special list of American films that has been established in the Library of Congress since 1988). Every year, 25 American films with outstanding cultural and historical impact or significant aesthetic impact are included in it. Until 2011, the number of films that had the honor of being on this list is 575.) and the Smithsonian Museum as a work

You must have noticed by now that if we want to list some of the most important actors in the action genre, one of the names that will definitely be at the top of the list is Sylvester Stallone. Almost everyone, even in our own Iran, knows his four memorable roles, namely "Rocky", "Rambo", "Bonnie Ross" and "Ray Breslin", which ironically are also considered his most important roles, but the great Sylvester Stallone also played other memorable roles. He has in his career that have been ignored by his fans.

This action icon and legend born in New York, who is now 76 years old, has created memories for generations and had a continuous and active presence in the film and television industry, but many still consider him They know the name Rocky or Rambo. Since then, he has experienced writing screenplays, directed several films, and introduced countless memorable characters to the world of television and cinema. Viewers will surely recognize Rocky Balboa, the underdog who blossomed in the boxing world in early 1976, or the war veteran John Rambo in First Blood, the first film in the nostalgic Rambo series. Introduced.

Two very inspiring characters perfectly executed and sustained by Stallone, but these highly recognizable and pervasive roles tend to overshadow his other roles and stand alone in the eye and during The rest of them are underestimated. For example, "Judge Joseph Dredd" was a tough and difficult but interesting character who could have been better known, or Lincoln Hawk (at the top) who, considering the very bad and pathetic situation he was in, was definitely very inspiring in his own way. and deserved more attention. In this article, we are going to introduce the lesser-known roles of the great Sylvester Stallone to you, which are very interesting and readable.

10. Stop! Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director : Roger Spottiswoode
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Estelle Getty, Jobette Williams
  • Release date: 1992
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 11 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 4.3 out of 10

The number 10 option on the list has such a strange and misleading name that someone who has not seen the movie might mistake it for a family comedy. "Stop! Otherwise my mother will shoot" is a 1992 film directed by Roger Spottiswoode. Actors such as Sylvester Stallone, Estelle Getty, Jobette Williams, Kornberg Reiss, Ving Rimes and Richard Schiff have played roles in this movie. Stallone played the role of a police officer named Joe Bomovsky in this movie He is a tough and conscientious policeman, but he has a more stubborn and self-satisfied mother who constantly tries to interfere in his work.

He has come to terms with his mother's behavior and tries to control her, but the situation becomes more complicated when His mother accidentally witnesses a murder and it not only affects his personal life but also negatively affects his professional life which bothers Joe immensely. A very different role than what we always have in mind from Stallone. This role is very underrated and underrated, and although it may not be known among his fans, it represents the wide range of roles that Stallone has experienced. Although this movie is in the list of his most important and underestimated movies and it was a new experience for him, but "Stop! Otherwise, my mother will shoot" by Stallone's own admission, it was the worst job he has ever acted in.

9. Nighthawks Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Bruce Malmut
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Billy Dee Williams, Rother Haver, Perseus Cambata
  • Release date: 1981
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 70 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 6.3 out of 10

Around the same time, a notorious and ruthless international terrorist named Wolfgar (Rotcher Hauer) appears in the city, seeking to create chaos and criminal acts in New York. "Night Hawks" depicts the story of Sergeant Da Silva and his friend and colleague Sergeant Fox's pursuit of this professional criminal who, despite the challenges he creates for Da Silva, is eventually killed by him. Stallone, who became more similar to Mahmoud Sami with his special beard style, plays the familiar and clichd role of a bad-tempered policeman who has his own framework, but according to the neo-noir tone of the film's storytelling, he is similar to his other roles in the films "Thakribchi" and "Police Land". It is different and due to the effort to perform the role, it deserves more attention from the audience, especially the fans of this actor.

8. Judge Dredd Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Danny Cannon
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Diane Lane, Armand Asante
  • Release date: 1995
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 22 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 5.5 out of 10

"The Judge "Pain" is an American action and science fiction film produced in 1995, based on the comic book character of the same name. It was directed by Danny Cannon and stars Sylvester Stallone as a law enforcement officer in Megacity 1. The story of the film is that in the year 2139, the earth has become an almost uninhabitable place called the Cursed Earth, and all its people have gathered in cities all over the planet, which are now known as megacities. Violation and crime in these megacities are extremely violent and systematic, and the people who do these things are so powerful that the normal justice system was unable to restrain them and after a while it collapsed completely. A short time when everything was left to its own devices, a new judicial system emerged from the ashes of the former system, which included three different systems, the police, the jury, and the executioner in a centralized and integrated system that was called the judge. In "Megacity 1", the former New York, there was a judge named Joseph Dredd, who was the strictest and most decisive judge in history. One day, one of the local gangsters named Rico (Armand Asante), who previously imprisoned Dared, now escapes and murders two people with an awe similar to that of Judge Dared. In this way, Dard was wrongly arrested and tried for a crime he never committed and sentenced to life imprisonment. "Judge Dredd" is a memorable character and movie, and certainly compared to Stallone's other works, it is completely different in style, appearance and speech.

Dredd liked to say that he is the absolute law and that He did it wholeheartedly and seriously. He had no sympathy or compassion for criminals, and everything was just the law and the law. However, after being accused of murder, he completely changes his behavior and with one of the people who previously Herman, who had been arrested, works together to clear his name of the disgrace that has engulfed him and save the city from the chaos created by the evil creature named Rico. As a result, Dard becomes more humble and open-minded, and he gets along with others more and communicates with them, and at the end of the film, he refuses to accept the position of the supreme judge to prove that he has changed.

The film in terms of visual style , special effects, music, stunts and action scenes were praised and nominated for four Southern Awards (an award given by the Academy of Science, Fiction and Horror Films to prominent works of this genre), but with all this, "Judge of Pain" is often Considered one of Stallone's worst films. Another interesting point that can be mentioned about the film was the constant differences between director Danny Cannon and Sylvester Stallone. Cannon claims he was so distraught with Stallone over creative issues that he swore he would never work with another narcissistic actor again. He used the term narcissist for Sylvester Stallone. He has also claimed that the final version of the film was completely different from the script due to the changes Stallone requested. Despite all this, "Qazi Dard" is a film that deserves more attention from the audience and is worth seeing once.

7. Las Vegas Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Gary Scott Thompson
  • Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Josh Duhamel, Nikki Cox
  • Release date: 2003-2008
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 44 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 7.4 out of 10

Comedy-drama series that aired from 2003 to 2008 on the "NBC" channel, and Stallone made an honorary appearance in the fifth season of this TV series called "Las Vegas" as a guest actor in the role of a repairman named Frank who was Ed's old friend and former colleague appeared. He was present in two full episodes of this season of the series, in the first one he just went to visit his friend Ed to have a new meeting with him and in the second Ed hires his old friend Frank to help the mother of one of the employees of "Montecito". /p>

This employee's mother is in the country illegally without a visa and runs a restaurant for a living. She is very vulnerable because she is in the country illegally and cannot go to the police station to complain about the men who come to her every week to blackmail her and get money. Otherwise, his business will definitely be damaged by them and there is even a possibility of his business being destroyed. He helps this woman against bullies and frees her from them. Frank had a slightly nervous personality and tended to lose his temper and let it go. He also appeared very witty and lively in these two episodes and proved to be a good friend to Ed, all because he had seen the world and knew what was the right thing to do and when it should be done. Apart from the presence of Stallone, the series itself is very uplifting and uplifting, and it is suggested to be on your watch list.

6. Cop Land Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: James Mangold
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel
  • Release date: 1997
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 75 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 7.1 out of 10

Freddie Heflin's role in "Police Town" was very significant and heavy, but it was not as visible as it should have been and it was not highlighted as much as it was worth in Stallone's career. "Police Town" is a crime drama film directed by James Mangold and released in 1997. Once upon a time in the seventies, New York City police officers were looking for a safe haven away from the dangers of the New York streets to live. This was when they established a "police town" in a small town in New Jersey called Garrison. Freddie Heflin, who was always admired by New York policemen, often wanted to be the first, but because one of his ears was deaf, he was far from achieving his ideals, but he had become the sheriff of Grayson City.

Recently, an unfortunate incident happened in It happened around the NYPD and someone is investigating the case. Then internal affairs officer Mo Tilden also enters the case and asks Freddie for help, but Freddie refuses. After studying the case, one now suspects that a New York cop named Ray Donlan may be one of countless cops corrupted by mobsters and other criminals. Now Freddie must find a cop nicknamed "Superboy" so he can testify against Donnellan and protect him before Donnellan finds Superboy and kills him. Freddie is one of the roles that Stallone gave his heart and soul to perform, he in the role of Freddie He stands up against the odds to do the right thing and sacrifices more than his hearing to achieve his goal.

15 million dollars were spent to make "Police Town", but it returned 64 million dollars at the box office. It was considered a great sale. The reaction of the critics to this film was very positive and they praised the performance of Sylvester Stallone. He received a very low salary to play in this film and gained several kilograms to achieve the required body shape of the character. The interesting thing is that "Police Town" has another new editing which is 112 minutes long and has been released on DVD. One of the caveats created by the film's release date is its end credits, where there is a disclaimer stating that the film is a work of fiction. Because currently it is illegal for New York City police officers to live outside of New York state, and the producers did not want any problems with their movie. /ul>

5. Cliffhanger Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Renee Harlin
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, John Lisgow, Chen Turner, Michael Rooker
  • Release date: 1993
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 67 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 6.5 out of 10

"The Rock Climber" or "The Breathtaking End" is an action and horror film made in America in 1993 and directed by Renee Harlin. The film was first screened at the Cannes Film Festival and then released to the general public worldwide. Gabe Walker (Sylvester Stallone) in "The Rock Climber" was a remarkable character suitable for cunning. In this movie, he is a professional mountaineer and rescue ranger. At the beginning of the movie, a disaster occurs when Gabe goes to rescue his friend Hal (Michael Rooker) and his fiancee Sarah in a rescue operation at an altitude of 4000 feet above the ground, but Gabe's equipment does not work properly and this failed attempt ends with Sarah's death. /p>

After this incident, Hal blames Gabe for Sarah's death, and as a result, he harasses him in various ways. However, Gabe's hard time is not over, and almost a year after this incident, he is asked to return to the same mountain range and rescue a group of wandering climbers, unaware that these so-called wandering climbers are actually looking for three boxes. There are hundreds of millions of dollars worth of money that they have lost there and they need a professional mountaineer who knows the way to get them to their money. His fate has pitted him against a group of dangerous thieves who have an evil and ruthless leader, and now he has to fight for their lives alongside his friend and fiancee and stop the criminals. The movie was extremely crazy and attractive and showed the audience breathtaking moments.

Stallone plays the role of a professional athlete with all the grace and delights the audience. "The Rock Climber" was nominated for three Oscars in the categories of Best Special Effects, Best Sound Effects and Best Sound in 1994, leaving the competition to other films in all three categories. It is interesting to know that the name of this movie has been registered in the Guinness Book of Records for the most expensive aerial stunt ever performed. Stuntman Simon Crane was paid $1 million to once pass between two planes at an altitude of fifteen thousand feet without the aid of any safety equipment or digital tricks. Fortunately, he successfully completed this breathtaking operation and immortalized his name.

4. Cobra Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: George P. Cosmatos
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Brigitte Nielsen, Rene Santoni
  • Release date: 1986
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 18 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 5.3 out of 10

"Cobra" is one of Sylvester Stallone's 80s movies, which has less time compared to his other movies. The reason is that many minutes were removed from the original version of the film due to inappropriate scenes. Although there is a very rare copy of this film among fans of Stallone's Two Fires, which is 30-40 minutes longer than the released version, most copies, despite being complete, are of very low quality. This 87-minute film was directed by George P. Thomas was directed and hit the cinema screens in 1986. This movie tells the story of a person named Marion Cobra Caberty, who is nothing less than a changeling. In this film, he undertakes the task of confronting the wild and violent members of the group known as "New World".

The people of this bloodthirsty group have the task of killing people whom they consider weak and of no value and benefit to them. They have taken on what they don't have in the world and are busy doing it with full pleasure. Caberty's style and character in "Cobra" is very special and interesting. He drives an exciting car and has a great attitude and attitude to boot. Stallone in this The action and loud movie plays a character that has reached the level of a master in its performance, and since then "Cobra" has become a classic and cult movie that is really worth watching and delights its fans. In this movie, we see another aspect of Sylvester Stallone's acting art, who displays his abilities in the image of a witty and happy person who has a strange carelessness about everything.

3. Demolition Man Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Marco Brambilla Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Sandra Bullock Released: 1993 strong>Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 62 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 6.7 out of 10

"Man Saboteur is a 1993 American science fiction action film directed by Marco Brambilla. This work was Brambila's first experience as a director, which turned out quite satisfactorily. In this film, Stallone plays the role of a police officer named John Spartan, who is very risk-taking and reckless and is known for causing havoc during his operations. After a failed attempt to rescue hostages from rampaging criminal Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes), they are both sentenced to freezing in 1996 when a hostage situation goes horribly wrong. Phoenix, who is an evil crime lord, is resurrected to participate in his parole trial in the 21st century and 2032. Phoenix, who has now woken up in a crime-free society, sees the opportunity and acts criminally and He resumes his brutal crimes and this time no one is able to stand up to him because the Spartan John of the police officer who trapped him in 1996 was also frozen for a crime he had no role in committing. In the year 2032, the former cities of Los Angeles, San Diego and Santa Barbara have become "San Angeles", a utopia full of peace and tranquility. Since the current police have no experience dealing with violence and are unable to stop Phoenix's brutal actions with non-violent means, they bring Spartan back to life to help recapture the serial killer. Now Spartan, this clean-handed ex-agent, after 36 years, has to adapt to a society he knows nothing about. Due to his old ways, he seems evil and annoying in the eyes of many people in "San Angeles", but he is just doing his job and in the middle of his duty, he falls in love with a woman named Lenina (Sandra Bullock).

He selflessly helped "San Angeles" to bring down a dangerous criminal and start their peaceful life anew. This film, with a worldwide sale of 160 million dollars, is one of the successful but underappreciated films of Sylvester Stallone. It may be interesting for you to know that in the pre-production process of the film, Steven Seagal was supposed to play the role of a police officer and Jean-Claude Van Damme the role of the villain of the story, but in the end these roles went to Stallone and Snipes.. Other interesting points that can be mentioned Snipes' martial arts prowess. Wesley Snipes' kicks and punches were so fast that they disappeared in front of the camera, so the producers asked him to slow them down so that they were clear in the film.

2. Tango & Cash Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Andrey Konchalevsky
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, Jack Palance
  • Release date: 1989
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 31 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 6.4 out of 10

Sylvester Stallone played the role of one of the main characters named Ray Tango in the movie "Buddy Cop" (a type in cinema and television in which two people with very different and opposite personalities are present who are forced to work together to solve a crime or defeat criminals work and sometimes learn from each other along the way) "Tango and Cash" plays. This movie is the story of two police officers who are completely opposite poles of the same magnet. Ray Tango is a talented, suave and skilled cop who wears a formal suit and is very serious about his work, and his long-haired, flamboyant and very fanatical partner Gabriel Cash (Kurt Russell) is an asymmetrical but skilled crime-fighting couple. The city of Los Angeles.

The two often clash due to their contrasting personalities, due to the fact that they are rivals and the fact that these two are the best cops in Los Angeles. However, Tango must put aside her expensive clothes and rivalries and team up with Cash to clear the name of the criminals and also save her younger sister from the people who targeted them. Tango and Cash work tirelessly to take down their arch-enemy, the ruthless drug lord Yos Pratt. However, when Pratt succeeds in impeaching the nose hair team with fake documents and evidence, Tango and Cash They are transferred to a maximum security prison. where an almost endless parade of prisoners who were previously captured by them eagerly await their captors.

Now more than ever, Tango and Cash must put aside their differences and unite to Quickly come up with a good plan to get out of this situation. "Tango and Cash" was made in 1989 by Andrey Konchalevsky in the style of action comedy and police. Stallone is endlessly witty and funny in this role and shared a good chemistry with Kurt Russell that made the movie so much better and more enjoyable. It is interesting to know that director Andrei Konchalevsky was replaced by Albert Magnoli at the end of principal photography. In his memoirs, he wrote that the reason for his dismissal was that he wanted to give the film a more serious tone than the producers wanted, and this fact soured his relationship with the film's producer, John Peters. However, Konchalevsky said nothing about Stallone except Stais and claimed that he was the only constant voice of reason on the set.

1. Over The Top Sylvester Stallone’s underappreciated movies; Action icon

  • Director: Menahem Golan>
  • Stars: Sylvester Stallone, David Mendenhall, Rick Zamwalt
  • Release date: 1987
  • Rotten Tomatoes Rating: 32 out of 100
  • IMDB Movie Rating: 5.8 out of 10

Der Oj" is a sports drama film produced in the United States of America, which was produced and directed by Menachem Golan and was released in 1987. Lincoln Hawk is a tough and damaged trucker who takes part in wrestling competitions to earn extra money and rebuild his life. After the death of his wife, he tries to repair his relationship with his son who left him years ago and make up for the past years. After meeting his son for the first time, he doesn't think much of him until he enters the wrestling championships in Las Vegas. His only hope is to receive the grand prize of 100,000 dollars and an expensive custom truck of the day and start his own personal transportation company. Sethi bets on himself to win the grand prize to start his own business while trying to save his son, who has just lost his mother, from his controlling grandfather. Hawke's journey to fight for his son and to improve his own situation has made him an inspiring and admirable character is tragically understated. Stallone plays one of his most brilliant roles in this film. He is completely immersed in the role and portrays Lincoln Hawk with heart and soul. Years after the release of the movie, Sylvester Stallone explained in an interview why he agreed to appear in this movie, "Menachem Golan kept offering me more money until finally I thought, what is this?! No one is looking at this! But he assured me that I am the most suitable person for this role, and now I am happy that I accepted his offer then."

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