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
Paz VegaCarmen Delgado
Óscar JaenadaVictor Martinez
Sergio Peris-MenchetaHugo Martinez
Adriana BarrazaMaria Beltran
Atanas SrebrevAmerican Merc
Dan GordonScreen Story
Sylvester StalloneScreen Story
Brian TylerComposer (Music Score)
Todd E. MillerEditor
Franco-Giacomo CarboneProduction Designer
Eduardo HidalgoArt Director
Kess BonnetSupervising Art Director
Ariel VromenExecutive Producer
Boaz DavidsonExecutive Producer
Christa CampbellExecutive Producer
Jeffrey GreensteinExecutive Producer
Jonathan YungerExecutive Producer
Lati GrobmanExecutive Producer
Liu RongExecutive Producer
Rob Van NordenExecutive Producer
Nikolai NikolovSet Designer
Valentina MladenovaSet Decorator
Emil EvtimovSound Mixer
Vladimir KaloyanovSound Mixer
Alexander AleksievVisual Effects Supervisor
Lonnie RamatiCo-Executive Producer
Robert FernandezRe-Recording Mixer
Samuel HadidaCo-Executive Producer
Victor HadidaCo-Executive Producer
Action and Adventure,Drama,Thriller
Action Thriller,Adventure Drama
Rambo: Last Blood
Year of Release
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray, Includes Digital Copy
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray
Rambo: Last Blood [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] 
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.
If this is the last Rambo, then this was a great send off for this character. The story was a bit off for the character, but to see it full circle made it a bit more him, not much but a bit more. Stallone still makes this character a must see, the action just as good, of not better than the last.
If you like RAMBO SERIES this us a good ending (?)
Owned for 4 months when reviewed.
I love Sylvester Stallone so of course the Rocky and the Rambo series are my favorites. I love that he is the underdog and gives it his all. And I have seen he is like that in life too gives his acting his all too. It does bring attention to ' human trafficking ' and I was sad he could NOT save the girl. But in true Rambo style he does get even.
Stallone gives a strong performance here and further solidifies his status as the world's most underrated actor ever. This is the first time in the series where Rambo verbalizes (I think that's a word) quite a bit. Easily the most dialogue he's ever had in a Rambo movie. The movie does a great job of keeping things tense just before things spiral out of control (as usual). The excessive gore from the last movie has returned. If you're a fan of the franchise, that's good. The story is a big step up from the previous installment giving some backstory and giving the villains a bit more character this time around. The acting across the board is solid and the directing keeps you engaged in the mayhem.
PQ: While this is often a very sharp and well detailed looking presentation, it also has some pretty rough looking moments, especially in some of its many darker scenes, some of which have either been lit or graded to some kind of nightmarish, garish tones, something that may add to a noisy look at times. If you can overlook those passing anomalies, a lot of this transfer is extremely well detailed, especially considering how dark so many scenes are. A prevalence of close-ups helps to elevate fine detail. When grading and/or lighting don't alter things, the palette looks really beautifully warm and nicely suffused, as in some of the more pastoral moments that take place on the Rambo farm.
I knew from the title that this would be the last one. It was really good and I enjoyed it, despite the deaths. It concludes the series which is good for a change. Sly has aged as we all have. He's had a rough life despite his wealth. I look forward to seeing him in other movies. It was a good ending, not a happy one, but realistic.