Director Adrian Grunberg’s action thriller sees Sylvester Stallone resume the titular role in the fifth instalment of the “Rambo” franchise. The Vietnam War veteran travels to Mexico to take down the violent cartel that kidnapped his beloved niece. During his final mission in Mexico, he is forced to rely on the merciless combat skills he tried to disavow--and to confront unresolved traumas from his past.~Augustine Chay
Drawing Last Blood: multipart production diary
From first note to Last Blood: music for the massacres
I absolutely LOVED this installment to the Rambo Series. At first it doesn't feel like rambo, more like Stallone... But once he gets on a role, It feels like John Rambo. I love it and sense they left the Door open for another one.
The 4k transfer is super detailed and looks amazing. The steel book is cool. Definitely for the fan.
This was a good movie to watch the value of the case and disc was good no problems with that. It was on point with the action. The story could have been better less sad, Rambo thrashes through the bad guys the movie didn't give me much hope for Rambo but that is not the point. It is a reflection of the damage done by drugs, war, and violence on a man who has experienced the loss and grief of it all. A reflection on parts of the world. I have to thank the men and women in uniform the police and our veterans most of all after watching this. I have to say if you know someone give them the honor they deserve and support these men and women need even if they say they are fine.
Rambo is back. It has plenty of action and thrills to hold your interest. The story line will keep you begging for more. If your a fan of this series I would recommend adding this to your collection. It is a good addition to the previous movies from this series.
I’ve seen all the rambos and enjoy watching them all. I didn’t think this one would be good but Rambo still goes hard and brings great entertainment to the audience. This one was better than the last one and has lots of action.