Rambo: Last Blood

critic Reviews

27% Rotten Tomatometer Score27%
  • Like the sequels that preceded it, Rambo: Last Blood is content to indulge in bloody violence at the expense of its main character's once-poignant story.
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    Fausto FernandezFotogramas
    A film made for those who still write letters and know how to appreciate the classic calligraphy of John Ford and the enraged twisted lines of all the solitary renegades of old Hollywood. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Brian GillMad About Movies Podcast
    One of the worst scripts put to screen this year and the problems certainly don't stop there.
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    Emiliano BasileEscribiendoCine
    Rambo is an icon of popular culture - like Rocky - that Stallone, at 73, keeps active. This film directed by Adrian Grunberg evidences it. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Min-sik YoonKorea Herald
    It felt like a rehash of the old, formerly beloved character trying to relive his glory days. Simply put, the franchise has overstayed its welcome.
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    Linda CookQuad City Times (Davenport, IA)
    It's really a drive-in movie.
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    Deirdre Molumbyentertainment.ie
    Last Blood offers a fitting albeit lacklustre conclusion to John Rambo's story.
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    Callum ForbesBattle Royale With Cheese
    It's a tough one. It's a decent bit of mindless, blood-soaked fun with a strong performance from Stallone and some decent moments of emotion, which is what you'd expect from Rambo.
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    Pablo O. ScholzClarín
    The last twenty minutes are gratuitous violence. [Full review in Spanish]
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    James KendrickQ Network Film Desk
    Rambo did such a fine job of rescuing the character from simplistic jingoism that it is almost painful to watch Stallone going back to the well one more time, especially when the narrative justification is simultaneously so weak and so exploitative.
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    Paula Vázquez PrietoLa Nación (Argentina)
    What is left in this contemporary conflict is a parody of itself, which is what works best. A gory and iconoclastic violence that mocks its own people and others. [Full Review in Spanish]
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