A Film In 1982, John Rambo, the tormented soul, that is, Vietnam was not able to let go, and the whole world is turned upside down it stops, and nearly forty years later, there is, in fact, not much has changed. In ‘Rambo: Last Blood’ at number five in the series, magic power of Sylvester ‘Sly’ Stallone (now 73) is still the extreme action of his impressive arsenal of weapons. Although this is not as smooth as it used to be. “I ate so few calories that I sometimes find myself struggling to keep standing straight.”

Stallone, who also co-wrote the screenplay for the movie, it’s now 73, but is still in good working condition. Although it is not as easy as it used to be his pensioner’s body is so trained to get up, he says. “I like to call it, the ” race horse mentality’: I can eat each and every day is exactly the same, so I will be there each and every day is more or less the same texts and the same amount of energy I have.” It sounds simple, but it is not in the least. “It’s really, really hard. My calorie intake was so low, that I sometimes find myself struggling to get up on my feet. I recommend it to no one. It looks good so far, but the feeling is absolutely not the case.”