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Rambo: Last Blood

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After fighting his demons for decades, John Rambo now lives in peace on his family ranch in Arizona, but his rest is interrupted when Gabriela, the granddaughter of his housekeeper María, disappears after crossing the border into Mexico to meet her biological father. Rambo, who has become a true father figure for Gabriela over the years, undertakes a desperate and dangerous journey to find her.

Though it (vainly) attempts for a few of the individual spirit that drove the 1982 classic, this fifth entry in the Rambo series is ultimately little more than the usual cheap, gory revenge fantasy. Coming 11 years after Rambo (2008), Rambo: Measure Blood — would this really be the final one? — is basically a string of simple setups with predictable payoffs. We fulfill with the pure, sheltered Gabrielle, who’s so innocent and full of the assurance that she’s not much more than a kidnap victim waiting to happen. We are introduced to a series of military-grade tunnels — with nooks and crannies stocked with firearms, knives, and bows and arrows — encounter under Rambo’s ranch, which looks like the perfect place to get a climactic showdown.

Though the film isn’t long, it still feels like a small wait until some of the inevitable stuff really happens, not to mention that a lengthy “trap setting” montage gives away most of the carnage to come. Stallone slips back into the personality easily, carrying a life’s worth of damage and rage and “trying to keep a lid on it.” But the film’s efforts to infuse the film with heart, such as audio flashbacks to preceding”touching” conversations, fall flat. The remaining characters mean nothing; they’re just there to react to him. The direction by Adrian Grunberg is largely serviceable, though occasionally clunky, and Rambo: Last Blood eventually achieves the type of mindless, primal kick it attempts for.

When Gabrielle finds the whereabouts of her biological dad (who abandoned long ago), she heads into Mexico, without consent, to find him. Unfortunately, she is kidnapped and taken to a human trafficking ring. Rambo goes to Mexico to retrieve her but finds himself outnumbered and badly defeated. Journalist Carmen Delgado (Paz Vega) nurses back to health, and he enters the den of thieves once again. This time, however, he is brought war to his own front yard. Fortunately, he’s ready.


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