Ramboesque

Ramboesque

(ˌræmbəʊˈɛsk)
adj
looking or behaving like, or characteristic of, Rambo, a fictional film character noted for his mindless brutality
[C20: after Rambo, First Blood II, released in Britain 1985]
ˈRamboˌism n
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Some of them, like Yako, cazador tie malditos (a Ramboesque revenge film that takes place in the woods of Southern California) and Narcoterror (a strictly mobster action movie) have become cult favorites.
Don't be in a hurry to replace a fine old piece of walnut with a Ramboesque lump of plastic--the wood stocks can shoot as well as synthetics and they add a lot more class to a fine rifle.
The protagonist, Joe Ledger, a Ramboesque former cop, has been recruited to lead a top-secret military unit created to battle these threats and prevent them from spreading worldwide.
As you put larger magazines in it--and who hasn't suffered the occasional Ramboesque moment shooting this fun little rifle--pushing that release can get to be a more of a struggle.
Very seldom do we get a queer Ramboesque action flick with lesbian main characters and openly gay actors (Jill Bennett plays Hemingway's rookie reporter girlfriend).
By the time it's over, Swagger has taken down countless well-armed men in Ramboesque one-man-army style on his way to dealing with the big shots they protect.
The idea percolates in the perpetrator's mind that, after he's gone, his Ramboesque exploits will be reported to millions around the world and his name will become a household word.
The Dubai debacle provides some great military metaphors from cartoonists such as Ward O'Neill and Geoff Pryor (oh, to see a Ramboesque Peter Reith bare-chested in army fatigues
Dennis Matthews's Ramboesque performance as Robert Mathews, posturing and swaggering about the stage with automatic weapon and camouflage gear, likewise seemed intent on inspiring fear.