John Ramos was born & raised in Southern California and joins RAW with many years of radio experience both in sports radio & talk radio.
John began his radio career in Riverside doing sports updates and covering high school sports in the Inland Empire.
He joined KLAC in 2007 where he did a little bit of everything including producing and running the audio board. He moved to the FOX Sports Radio Network in late 2009 as an editor and now runs the audio board out of the Sherman Oaks studios for Jay Mohr Sports and FOX Sports Primetime.
John loves talking sports and loves the opportunity that RAW is giving him, including his Observation Deck and Movie Review blogs.
He is married to his lovely wife Suzanne and is a proud dad.
Stallone plays a hitman named Jimmy Bonomo who is set up after his last job and now he looks to find some vengeance for the guy or girl who did him wrong. Sounds familiar right, we’ll of course it does it’s Sly, you want him to kick some butt I know I did. With the help of a Detective from D.C(Sung Kang) and his daughter(Sarah Shahi) Stallone tries to tow the line between legit guy looking for some revenge and somebody who does have a conscience. Standing in the way, well the bad guys, all movies like this have ‘em including the leader who is looking to take over the money end of New Orleans with property and his big bad henchman who you definitely don’t want to get tangled up with.
Stallone does a great job of having a likable side even though technically he’s kinda a bad guy too but just not as bad as the real bad guys, get my drift I knew you would. Anyway Stallone does some great fight scenes in this flick including the end one with one bad ass Keegan(Jason Momoa) which will not disappoint. Look I’ll be honest with ya, there is a story in there but to me that’s secondary to the screen presence of Stallone, he commands when he’s up there and is always ready to deliver a one liner or two. The movie is campy and can get a little convoluted with all the who’s on who’s team or who is back stabbing who but Walter Hill(48 hours) directs this movie in a fast paced way so that it flys by with just enough dialogue and plenty of bullets flying and cars exploding.
If you wanna have a night with the guys or you and your significant other want to take a ride then this is the movie for you, if you want to make out and cry then you should look somewhere else. Stallone delivers in the Stallone way and that was enough for me.