Rambo: Last Blood

Rambo: Last Blood

Byr Adrian Grünberg

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release: 2019-09-20
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 1h 29min
  • Director: Adrian Grünberg
  • Producer: Millennium Films
  • Country: China, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 5.99
From 1,109 Certification


Almost four decades after he drew first blood, Sylvester Stallone is back as one of the greatest action heroes of all time, John Rambo. Now, Rambo must confront his past and unearth his ruthless combat skills to exact revenge in a final mission. A deadly journey of vengeance, Rambo: Last Blood marks the last chapter of the legendary series.




  • Really enjoyed the Movie

    By Gio574
    The movie was really good. The man does it again.
  • Rambo’d

    By Sofia_Siderow
    Was pleasantly surprised/shocked Very good movie
  • I love Rambo

    By FreddyBoy10
    That movie is now my favorite movie a bit brutal but really good it is really sad when the girl dies also I thought it was funny that he had his own sound track in the tunnels it cusses a lot so if you don’t like cussing I don’t know what to tell you it got especially good after he decides to get sweet revenge I really recommend this movie to about 10 and up ages maybe 9 but it is just a great movie
  • Just finish the movie first before judging this.

    By Dimorian
    *SPOILER ALERT* Yes, the first 30 minutes were extremely depressing and I'm at a disagreement when Rambo became the Rambo we all know. Seriously, his niece disappeared. He should have been hardcore and taken everyone out from that point and not after she passed away. I mean, come on! The guy was hardcore in Burma which is way worse than a Mexican cartel selling off innocent women.. So why the heck did he just walk into a huge crowd knowing he could get killed right there????? Yes, they all got taken out in the end. Yes, that was literally the best part of the movie. So my other question/concern - what about the women in the end?????? One would think it would show them being freed rather than clips from previous movies. Especially how disgusting it was how they were being treated and constantly raped/druggged to death.. Also, the woman who helped him out. What happened to her in the end?? I was hoping she was an undercover investigator with a clear motivation or, at least, showing her with the authorities releasing the girls because everyone was taken out by Rambo. Yes, this isn't my favorite Rambo movie. Yes, I admit, I liked part 4 more which, to me, is saying a lot. But this movie isn't bad. Like part 4, Stallone indeed sent a huge message on what's going on today with cartels taking innocent women. For those who gave it 1 star. Just see the whole movie first... Last thought - loved how Rambo drove through the fence from Mexico to the US. Fantastic message to you know who. xD!
  • What did u expect? Don´t mess with Rambo :)

    By Gruselgerd
    Okay, it´s not comparable to the other Rambo movies. It´s basically a revenge plot. The problem is that the bad, bad, bad baddies take about an hour to really piss Rambo off. Then he plans his revenge for 10 minutes and then you have about 20 minutes left for an - partly - ultra-violent end battle. This is not really enough to make the movie outstanding. I think it´s acceptable if you do not think about the other Rambo movies, but there are other movies with a lot more action in it.
  • rambo last blood

    By Golden Shower Cowboy
    very good
  • Worst Movie Ever!!! 😡

    By Nicholas becerra
    Sylvester Stallone was terrible in this movie every scene with him is annoying and awful it's just shockingly violent and loud just awful!
  • Very good revenge movie. Get some.

    By p0-3
    Didn’t know how it would be. Turned out pretty good. Seemed to tell you think primitive the more advanced your adversary is.
  • Disgrace to the rest of the series

    By 143pa
    Disgrace to the rest of the series.
  • "B" Movie - But Still Gets The KK Seal of Approval!

    By Kyokushin Osu
    This is basically a remake of "Taken" in which the Liam Neeson character is a Vietnam vet with PTSD, aka John Rambo. In this version of the story, the Albanian drug dealers & human traffickers are now seedy Mexicans. There are many plot inconsistencies and lack of any real character development. It's your basic "B" movie par excellence. The story relies on the Rambo trope and your general knowledge of who he is, or who he was. He's meant to be a bit washed up now, yet still manages to exude a testosterone & adrenaline fueled machismo. The climactic scenes in the tunnels are what diehard Rambo fans are waiting for. The final show-down back in the USA follows the decapitation of one of the bad guys, with his head being tossed out the window like a sack of rotten tomatillos as Ramsbo drives back across the porous border into the USA. The bad guys stole his driver's license, they know where he lives, and they come for revenge. But vengeance belongs to Rambo alone! Overall, despite being a "B" movie with weak plot and marginal acting, I would still give this movie the Kyokushin Seal of Approval, solely based on the over-the-top action scenes and graphic carnage at the end, which brings the entire Rambo story to a fitting end.