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One Last Fight - First Teaser Trailer for Stallone's 'Rambo: Last Blood'

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May 30, 2019
Source: YouTube

Rambo: Last Blood Trailer

"I've lived in a world of death… I've watched people I loved die…" Don't mess with Rambo! Lionsgate has debuted a teaser trailer for action sequel Rambo: Last Blood, otherwise known as Rambo V - the fifth and final movie in the Rambo action series that first began in 1982 (with First Blood). Sylvester Stallone once again returns to play Rambo, in what is said to be the very last Rambo movie. Lionsgate says this film "marks the last chapter of the legendary series." Rambo goes up against a Mexican cartel in this one, and the trailer gives us a first look. The cast includes Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Adrianna Barraza, Yvette Monreal, Genie Kim aka Yenah Han, Joaquin Cosio, and Oscar Jaenada. This looks like it might be good, but it's hard to tell from just this. Is Rambo still relevant in John Wick's world? I don't know.

Here's the teaser trailer (+ promo poster) for Adrian Grunberg's Rambo: Last Blood, from YouTube:

Rambo V Poster

Rambo: Last Blood Poster

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. Rambo: Last Blood, or also Rambo V, is directed by American filmmaker Adrian Grunberg, a former assistant director who made the transition over to full-time directing with his debut Get the Gringo in 2012. The screenplay is written by Matthew Cirulnick and Sylvester Stallone, based on characters created by David Morrell. Lionsgate will release Grunberg & Stallone's Rambo: Last Blood in theaters everywhere starting on September 20th, 2019 this fall. First impression? Who's ready for this?

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12 Comments

1

This looks nothing like Rambo, very disappointing thus far, hope I am wrong

Tester on May 30, 2019

2

Tester is right for the most part. Rambo has kind of gone the way of John McClane, just doesn't feel like the same character anymore. However, I feel it hasn't gone anywhere near as far off the deep end as the Die Hard franchise, and I still enjoyed the last Rambo. So, good or bad, I'll definitely go see this.

grimjob on May 30, 2019

3

I would also say Rambo has not gone as far off as Die Hard which is completely unrecognizable from where it started.

Tester on May 30, 2019

4

Sad to say, I don't think Rambo is relevant anymore. Clever and appropriate title though. This is a definite wait for Netflix/cable for me.

THE_RAW_ on May 30, 2019

5

I don't want it to rely on it, but it would be cool to have some sort of flashback sequences from his previous movies. I feel like that would help a little bit with bookending his story, but I agree this trailer doesn't make it feel like classic Rambo. That said, I feel we need to take a step back and see Rambo's relevance in today's era, and how we're craving that old school Rambo vibes but also in a very different time and place. I get it, it's Sly's last call on playing this character, but we can't have him go through the same challenges as before. How do you handle a story about a one man army from the past who's trying to retire in our society? Trailer makes this feel a bit like Home Alone Rambo.

Nick Sears on May 30, 2019

6

Nice! I'm not saying this is going to be great or anything, but it will be pretty fun.

DAVIDPD on May 30, 2019

7

Mindless fun, nothing special here. Just like any other sequel from this ...

shiboleth on May 30, 2019

8

Bring back Brian Dennehy to play a contrite and penotent Sherrif Teasle who fights side by side with Rambo.

tommyturner on May 30, 2019

9

Ludicrous! Absolutely absurd! I've never cared for Stallone and hated, I mean hated the silly Rocky much to the dismay of a few friends of mine who actually fell for that dreg. Having said that, First Blood was a pretty good film. Too bad it had Stallone in it. He was okay, but in that last crying breaking down scene I've seen better actors in high school plays. Even Rambo II was a decent action flick, but that's all it was. Just a well shot and presented action flick. Again, Stallone. The weakest link of all.

thespiritbo on May 30, 2019

10

Hopefully a fitting end. A reboot around the corner I'm sure.

Lewis on May 31, 2019

11

...”Old Man Rambo”.

Mark Brackney on Jun 1, 2019

12

love it! exactly what i expecting from a 70 year old man! on my list!

ari smulders on Jun 2, 2019

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