Atom User Reviews for Rambo: Last Blood
If you enjoyed the other Rambo movies, you will enjoy this one, same format, Rambo tries to avoid bad guys, bad guys hurt good guys, Rambo has to make them pay. Violent and graphic, but you won't feel sorry for any of the bad guys and you may even cheer when Rambo even's things up. It pays tribute to the rest of the Rambo movies and symbolically Rambo takes a rocking chair on the porch at the end.
Lots of blood and guts, just like the other Rambo films. A few kills resembled Mortal Kombat, which I appreciated.
going to miss john Rambo. 40 years. go see it pay tribute to Sylvester Stallone.
Go into it knowing it's Rambo and know there's going to be some unbelievable violence.
If you are a fan of Rambo this movie is a fking homenage to his character. 10000/10
Great movie worth the watch.
Bad writing and bad acting. Loved previous Rambo movies but this did not hold up.
didnt like the subtitles but other than that still a good movie
Enjoyed this movie very much. Have been a Rambo fan since First Blood. This movie deserves a better box office take than it will probably get. You have to give Sly props for making these movies at his age.
Ohhhhhh!(pause) Ohhhhhh! (pause) Ohhhhh! holy shiet!
Intense, raw, Rambo!
why did it have to have a sad ending? I wish she survived.
The only time I’ve ever seen a character die by monologue
This movie was horrible until the last like 15 mins. That part was great. The rest of it sucked.
buena y lo que le sigue como todo lo que el gran silvestre stalon hace .. y lo que maa me encanto fue que esta ves el elenco fue latino mexicano eso le dio el 10 😉😙😍😍
There’s a hint of a fugue state about it too, as if Rambo, and whatever audience for his movies remained, is trapped in an endless loop, savoring past traumas as a way to avoid facing the present.
What’s especially pitiful about this installment, which has been given a perfunctory dark-action look by cinematographer Brendan Galvin (“Self/less”), is how often Stallone tries to give psychic heft to the wounded-warrior part of his creation, as if he were Ethan Edwards in “The Searchers” and not just a monosyllabic killing machine easily triggered.
The character deserves better, and so does the audience.