Win Tickets to the London Rambo Premiere

Three pairs up for grabs to RT readers.

by | February 8, 2008 | Comments

RamboTHIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS FOR ENTERING.

He’s back – on 22nd February, Rambo powers his way into UK cinemas, delivering gallons of blood, hours of action and hundreds of dead. And, if Reuters is to be believed, his “Live for nothing, die for something,” attitude is even helping fight the real military junta in Burma… There is nothing he can’t do.

Written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, and set twenty years after the last instalment in the film series, John Rambo has retreated to northern Thailand. On the nearby Thailand-Burma border, the Burmese-Karen conflict rages into its 60th year. Rambo, who lives a solitary life in the jungle-covered mountains, has long given up fighting. That all changes though when he hears a group of missionaries have gone missing up the Salween River, whilst trying to bring aide to the persecuted Karen hill tribe people. While Rambo’s reluctance for violence and conflict are palpable, he knows he has to help. What follows is a descent into hell on earth.

To celebrate the film’s release, we’re giving our readers the chance to take to the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square and attend the star-studded premiere of Rambo. Rub shoulders with Sly and take in the glitz and glamour of life in the spotlight. And other such clichés.

We have three pairs of tickets to give away, so you’ll have a friend to take the photo should you get the opportunity to chat to Stallone himself, but transport and accommodation is not included so you’ll have to be able to get to Leicester Square on the evening of Tuesday 12th February.

Which other Sylvester Stallone franchise was revived with the release of the sixth film in UK cinemas in January of last year?

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS FOR ENTERING.

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Terms and Conditions:

1. The promoter of this competition is Fox Interactive Media UK Limited of 55 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1BS.
2. This competition is open to UK residents over the age of 18. To enter, send an email containing your answer, name, address and contact telephone number with the heading “Rambo competition” to ukfeedback@rottentomatoes.com.

3. You can enter as many times as you like but entries may have one name per email only. All emails must be headed “Rambo competition”. If your email does not have this heading, or it contains more than one answer then it will not be considered for the prize.
4. The closing date for entries is 5PM GMT on Monday, 11th February 2008. The winners will be announced after that date.
5. Fox Interactive Media UK Limited will pick the winners at random from all entries received. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
6. No employees of IGN Entertainment Inc. or Fox Interactive Media UK Limited are eligible to enter.

7. The prizes consist of three pairs of tickets to the London premiere of Rambo on Tuesday 12th February 2008. There is no cash alternative.
8. Transport and accomodation is not included. Entrants unable to travel to the premiere will be disqualified.
8. The prize will be dispatched after announcement of the winners.
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