Rambo: Last Blood Review & Comments

Casimir Harlow

Blu-ray Reviewer
Last edited by a moderator:

muljao

Well-known Member
I'm still in
 

Glenn01

Distinguished Member
On the whole .. that sounds pretty encouraging and hopefully I will come out happy (enough) :smashin:

Thanks for the early review @Phil Hinton :smashin:
 

UMAR 3:16

Moderator
Hmmm next Wednesday IT or last blood?
 
I see The Guardian are currently having a meltdown over this movie - Delicious!

I won't be seeing this in the Cinema but I'll definitely be buying it on 4K Blu-Ray.
 

MarkNorton1

Well-known Member
Thanks Phil, off to see this tonight and quite looking forward to it as thought the 2008 Rambo was all in all a good watch. 👍🏼
 

richp007

Distinguished Member
Nice work. Hopefully get to see this next week.

It was never gonna win any Oscar's, but ya can't go wrong with a one man army jobber.
 

Evinger

Well-known Member
But is the last action bit of the Movie
DACHA DACHA DACHA DACHA?
(Usually at least with a .50 Cal)
(Even at 73, if it's on a swivel mounting, as long as you can bend your fingers, all good!)
:)
 

Buckster666

Well-known Member
I see The Guardian are currently having a meltdown over this movie - Delicious!

I won't be seeing this in the Cinema but I'll definitely be buying it on 4K Blu-Ray.
Yeah read the guardian review, if a movie triggers the SJW's means it's gonna be good
 
Last edited:

featherhall

Distinguished Member
Thanks for the review Cas. Just back. Loved it. Proper carnage folks. Loved the last one you’ll love this one 9/10 for me.
Critics can bolt
 
Last edited:

Casimir Harlow

Blu-ray Reviewer
Ah ok thanks @Phil Hinton

Further thanks @Casimir Harlow for the review ... cheers pal 👍🏻
Sorry mate, didn't mention Tyler's score in the review kind of on purpose. I thought Tyler did a good job on the last one, but this was mostly unmemorable IMO. Few seeds of the old themes were not enough, and it never got going even when the action kicked off.
 

Glenn01

Distinguished Member
Sorry mate, didn't mention Tyler's score in the review kind of on purpose. I thought Tyler did a good job on the last one, but this was mostly unmemorable IMO. Few seeds of the old themes were not enough, and it never got going even when the action kicked off.
Cheers Cas ... part of me feared that.

Tyler was cast VERY late in the day to score this film so I wondered if it would be rushed / not heavily linked to the film ... oh well 😔
 

lucasisking

Distinguished Member
Expectations met. Just what I wanted/ needed it to be. Straightforward, old school, one man army gore-drenched revenge porn :thumbsup:. Never got bored. Build up is just good enough to make you care enough about the characters, and to get angry enough for what follows- rather like John's bowstring being pulled wire taut ready to be unleashed. Only gripe is that a lot of the later kills are a bit brief, would have liked them to linger a bit longer. I know, Im a bit of a sicko. Stallone kills it (npi) and seems even deadlier than in his prime. 7.5/10

And I'll say this for the film: it has plenty of heart :laugh:
 

djcla

Distinguished Member
Just watched the last film again, to get me ready for this, didn't want to forget any key plot points from the film 😀..
 

Casimir Harlow

Blu-ray Reviewer
Only gripe is that a lot of the later kills are a bit brief, would have liked them to linger a bit longer.
Yes, almost like a montage of deaths. I guess that played into the guerrilla style, but I agree, at least a couple more extended deaths would have been nice. Although I do like Rambo's version of Perpetual Overkill (TM), it raised a chuckle from the psycho in me.

And I'll say this for the film: it has plenty of heart :laugh:
So going to become a meme. Plenty of heart; it'll rip your heart out; got lots of heart. Nearly put a bunch in the review :laugh:🔪💔
 

encaser

Member
Paint the whole world with a Rambo - in shades of red.
Have to agree it was a bit creaky and skitted over kills that made some scenes in the other films look glacial when dispatching the bad guys.
However, it's well worth a watch for not only completion's sake but because it's a decent enough action flick with Stallone doing his best to keep that lower lip from fluttering down during his lines - until emotion calls, of course.
It's hopeful to see an old geezer take out those young upstarts - not quite Michael Caine in Harry Brown, though.
 

golden phoenix

Distinguished Member
Since I watched all the Rambo movies first time round...I'd like to revisit all of them again before I watch this, thanks for the review Cas ( although, First Blood will always be my favourite, who doesn't love some decent carnage )
 

dav-t

Distinguished Member
totally enjoyed the last movie,and have high hopes for this,a lot of respect goes to Stallone for still being relevant in this series and Rocky/Creed,he’s come a helluva long way since Rocky
 

Har-One

Member
Everyone seems to have enjoyed the film so far. Goodness me, let's hope that this is really the last blood. :D
 

muljao

Well-known Member
It's a very accurate review imo. Over the top and feels slightly unlike a Rambo movie, but hey, doesn't want to see the baddies getting sorted in imaginatively nasty ways
 

Similar threads

The latest video from AVForums

Podcast: Samsung HW-Q950T Soundbar Review, Filmmaker Mode, Disney+ $30 for Mulan, AV news and more

Trending threads

Latest News

THX Spatial Audio app brings 360 degree sound to any headphone
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Xbox Series X November launch confirmed
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Xiaomi OLED is world’s first mass produced transparent TV
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Tron 3 lands star and director for Disney
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Kef announces KW1 Wireless Subwoofer Adapter
  • By Andy Bassett
  • Published
Top Bottom