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As crazy as it sounds, with its hyper-kinetic and headlong rush into all-out carnage, we don't even mourn the loss of Richard Crenna's redoubtable Col. Troutman. Well, we do get a Rocky-style montage dream-sequence that sees the beret-wearing, stern-chinned one return to deliver some classic lines of inspiration - Burgess Meredith's Mickey would have been proud. Remarkably, we don't even miss the great Jerry Goldsmith as Rambo-scorer Brian (Children Of Dune) Tyler steps into the breach with gusto, handling the music with a mixture of modern pulse-pounding percussive action licks and a supremely sublime recalling-for-duty of John J.'s iconic main themes throughout. Energy thunders through the follow-my-lead claymore sequence, the village assault is desperately aggressive and the final-reel's worth of absolute maim-and-mangle mayhem features some terrific music - if you can hear it between the awesome, rib-buckling bass of the 20mm and some incessant mortar-fire that is guaranteed to drop the floor from beneath your feet. The scoring is intense and provides some much-needed character and stimulus for the bad guys because, and this a sore point, there is absolutely no personality afforded any of them otherwise. They are just anonymous goons. Only the vicious commander has anything approaching individuality, but even here the film cries out for a Galt or a Teasle, a Podovsky or a Yushin, or even that John Peel-lookalike Zaysen from Part III. This, coupled with the absence of Rambo enjoying turning the tables on his pursuers - which should be considered a vital component of any Rambo movie - is severely disappointing. Well, okay, there is the bit with the claymore which will have your jaw hitting the floor but . even so, we kind of expect a little more.