Rambo: Last Blood

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Movie Info & Cast


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.


  • Sylvester Stallone
  • Paz Vega
  • Sergio Peris-Mencheta
  • Adriana Barraza
  • Yvette Monreal
  • Genie Kim
  • Joaquín Cosio
  • Pascacio López
  • Óscar Jaenada
  • Alexander Dimitrov

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

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.

Richard M
Verified Review

going to miss john Rambo. 40 years. go see it pay tribute to Sylvester Stallone.

John T


Sep 20, 2019

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.

Metacritic review by Sam Adams
Sam Adams
Sep 19, 2019

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.

Metacritic review by Robert Abele
Robert Abele
Sep 18, 2019

The character deserves better, and so does the audience.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter