Rambo: Last Blood

Rambo: Last Blood

By Adrian Grünberg

  • Genre: Adrian Grünberg
  • Release Date: 2019-09-20
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 1h 29min
  • Director: Adrian Grünberg
  • Production Company: Millennium Films
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99
From 1 Ratings


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.



  • Could have used a bit more....

    By AdigitalMind
    First off. The movie is worth the watch. Especially for any fan of the Rambo series. The only issue I had was the ending seemed way rushed and though fun, bloody and awesome as it was. It missed that last final. F’YEAH!!!! Rambo moment. All in all. Worth the watch for sure! Buy or rent! Definitely recommend!
  • Entertaining, but not as good as the last Rambo movie

    By Pushba
    It was a good movie and worth $10 to buy it. I don’t think this should be labeled a Rambo movie. The previous movies were war related. I don’t have sympathy for the character who was warned not to do something and does it anyway. It’s worth watching,but it’s nothing like the previous Rambo movies.
  • Español stereo

    By endo1234567890
    Español stereo
  • Grow a pair.

    By metal_michael
    Amazing wrap up to the legend of John Rambo.
  • Home alone Rambo edition

    By Doctorbow
    It was a good buy at 9.99 watchable
  • Last Blood!!

    By Amador Vega
    Bought this film due to the reviews on iTunes and the film did not disappoint whatsoever. This film exceeded my expectations, not a perfect film but it did its purpose. They could of made it a little longer besides that no complaints.
  • Not a Rambo Movie

    By joshua.mccrudden
    This is my first review. I love the Rambo character and the previous movies. Although the last Rambo movie was the weakest addition, it was still within the war theme. This movie has nothing in coming with the previous films. Suddenly, Rambo is back in the US on a ranch training horses with an adopted family on top of an elaborate tunnel system built underground. The enemy, a gang of human sex traffickers in Mexico. I felt there were too many similarities with Taken, and the subject matter too creepy and disturbing. I realize sex trafficking is a reality today but not in a Rambo movie. Not a good way to end an otherwise great franchise.
  • Rambo fan? You won't be disappointed.

    By Theater Eleven Pictures
    I grew up with Rambo. I'm also a filmmaker with IMDB credits. I almost didn't watch this after reading a bunch of bad reviews, but I'm glad I went ahead and watched it. Now... Does it have the depth of Rambo II? No. But that was written by James Cameron, the king of sequels. So just adjust your expectations. No Rambo has been as good as Rambo II. And no Aliens has been as good as Aliens 2, also written by James Cameron. This final installment is a great tribute. I wish it had about 20 more minutes in it (and I said the same about the last Rambo) but other than that, it's solid. Rent it and watch you, you'll be glad you did.
  • Really enjoyed the Movie

    By Gio574
    The movie was really good. The man does it again.