Rambo: Last Blood
4K Ultra HD
Director: Adrian Grunberg
Actors: Sylvester Stallone, Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta
Plot: Rambo must confront his past and unearth his ruthless combat skills to exact revenge in a final mission.
Disc Release Date: 17 December 2019
An impressively spec'd native 4K video presentation enhanced with Dolby Vision
Effects are what you really come here for
The extras package a hefty feature-length Production Diary with Stallone, a Featurette on the score, and a trailer, all on the 4K disc itself - but where's the Alternate Opening?
There's something to be said for seeing his Rambo back in action, and Last Blood pushes a simple 6/10 score up a notch just on pure rage alone
Where the hell is that rainstorm rescue Alternate Opening that some territories mysteriously got on theatrical release?
Note: Rambo: Last Blood is presented in 4K UHD courtesy of Lionsgate Films with a 2160p transfer in 2.39:1. For some technical specs and thoughts on the 1080p presentation, I refer you to our Rambo: Last...
Rambo: Last Blood features a nicely immersive Dolby Atmos track, a listening experience that delivers jolts of surround activity in some of the kill scenes, but which may not rise (no pun intended) to...
Both the 4K UHD and 1080p Blu-ray discs included in this package offer the same slate of supplements: Drawing Last Blood: Multi Part Production Diary (1080p; 50:20) is a rather interesting behind the scenes...
Let's face it: if anyone has a "particular set of skills", it's John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone). Who else could have almost magically helped the United States find its mojo again after the Vietnam War,...
I frankly kind of wish this franchise had ended in 2008 with Rambo, a film which seemed to capture what the character of John Rambo had stood for and moved into an appropriately elegiac, maybe even geriatric,...
The one-man army bleeds for the last time on Ultra HD with a marvelously smashing HEVC H.265 encode that surprisingly surpasses it's Blu-ray brethren to become the best-looking title of the entire Rambo...
The blood flows and splatters all over home theaters with an excellent Dolby Atmos soundtrack that is also somewhat disappointing considering the last Rambo entry, which was an earth-shattering, overwhelming...
The Ultra HD edition shares the same set of supplements as the day-and-day Blu-ray release.Drawing Last Blood (HD, 50 min): Production diary made of BTS footage, narrated by the filmmakers. From First...
Nearly forty years since becoming a cultural icon and three sequels later earning him a permanent place in action film history, Sylvester Stallone's darkly troubled war vet John Rambo returns to the battlefield...
Sylvester Stallone returns to his iconic role as the troubled and conflicted war vet in Rambo: Last Blood, the supposed final chapter to the near forty-year-old franchise. While the sequel has its moments...
The image has a clean aesthetic, with ample delineation that draws out plenty of detail, in both close-up and wide-angle camera shots. Blacks are deep without compromise to fidelity, as the layers of detail...
Early on in the film there isn’t much work for this track other than some broadening of the soundstage. Where this mix excels is during the latter part of the film where the multitude of set pieces show...
Disc 1: Rambo: Last Blood Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc 2: Rambo: Last Blood Blu-ray • “Drawing Last Blood: Multipart Production Diary” Featurette • “From First Note to Last Blood: Music for the Massacres” Featurette...
I have been a Sylvester Stallone fan since I saw Rocky in the theater back in 1976. WhenFirst Blood came out back in 1982 I think it solidified Stallone as a star. I loved First Blood but when Part II...
It comes to Blu-ray from Lionsgate Home Entertainment in this Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack featuring excellent overall video quality, solid lossless sound that includes a Dolby Atmos mix and, a lackluster...