This is one Rambo Movie that, like the rest, you won’t Forget until you do. It’s the same Macho-Stud Rambo taking on All Foes! And the Unique thing about this one is Just How Many Ways do you Kill a Fella?

If he’d had a JASON MASK on at the Last Battle the Bad Guys, you’d think it was a Halloween Movie. Lol

Or since we see him riding away on a Horse, will the Next one be RAMBO: MOUNTAIN MAN

Or he’ll ride on to an Indian Reservation and they’ll heal his mind and then the Bad Ones show up, He’ll fix whatever is bothering them too. Hey, there’s got to be another thousand ways Rambo can eliminate more Bad Guys. Right?

But I’m just joshing. But a $40 Million Dollar Payday isn’t something to laugh about. It’s good cause for maybe just one more time. One more Rambo Movie. Yeah, sure, just do it.

And if they do, I hope they bring back the Arrows that make that singing noise and then explode on Target.

But it’s anybody’s guess what the Actor wishes to do. And if he can still do it, I’m all for it.

And this Movie is-

Vietnam War veteran John Rambo tries to find some semblance of peace by raising horses on a ranch in Arizona. He’s also developed a special familial bond with a woman named Maria and her teenage granddaughter Gabriela. But when a vicious Mexican cartel kidnaps Gabriela, Rambo crosses the border on a bloody and personal quest to rescue her and punish those responsible.

Initial release: September 18, 2019

Director: Adrian Grunberg

Box office: $91.5 million

Story by: Dan Gordon; Sylvester Stallone

Music by: Brian TylerProduced by: Avi Lerner; Kevin King Templeton; Yariv Lerner; Les Weldon

Its the song that plays during Mass Killings…


Eleven years after the events in BurmaVietnam War veteran John Rambo lives in Bowie, Arizona at his deceased father’s horse ranch, which he manages with his old friend, Maria Beltran, and her granddaughter, Gabriela. Gabriela tells Rambo that a friend of hers, Gizelle, has found Gabriela’s biological father, Manuel, in Mexico. Both Rambo and Maria tell her not to go to Mexico, but Gabriela secretly drives there to ask why Manuel abandoned her and her mother years ago. Gizelle leads Gabriela to Manuel’s apartment, where he coldly tells her that he never cared for Gabriela or her mother.

Gizelle takes a heartbroken Gabriela to a nearby club, where Gabriela is drugged and kidnapped by the enforcers of a Mexican cartel. Meanwhile, Maria informs Rambo of Gabriela’s disappearance in Mexico. Rambo rushes to Mexico and interrogates both Manuel and Gizelle about Gabriela’s whereabouts. After being threatened by Rambo, Gizelle reluctantly leads Rambo to the club where Gabriela was last seen and confronts El Flaco, the man who last spoke with Gabriela. A mysterious woman, Carmen Delgado, tails Rambo as El Flaco leads him to Gabriela’s location. Rambo is immediately confronted, beaten and marked by the cartel, led by the brothers Hugo and Victor Martinez. They take his driver’s license with the location of Rambo’s ranch and a photo of Gabriela, whom Victor recognizes. The cartel vow to mistreat Gabriela further due to Rambo’s actions.

Carmen takes Rambo back to her home where she cares for him until he fully recovers after four days. Meanwhile, Gabriela is stripped and consistently dosed with heroin and sold to be raped repeatedly. Carmen says she is an independent journalist who has been investigating the Martinez brothers, who kidnapped and murdered her sister. Rambo later raids one of the brothels, killing several men until he finds a drugged Gabriela. While driving back home in his pickup, Rambo thanks Gabriela for giving him hope for ten years but she dies from the forced overdose. An enraged Rambo sends Maria away and rigs the ranch with traps for a confrontation, and later returns to Mexico to ask for Carmen’s help in finding Victor. Carmen initially refuses and tells Rambo that it will solve nothing, but is convinced after he appeals to her grief and frustration.

Rambo raids Victor’s home, killing several guards and decapitating Victor. In retaliation, Hugo leads a group of hitmen to Rambo’s ranch, where each falls victim to the rigged traps. Saving Hugo for last, Rambo mutilates him and rips his heart out. In the aftermath, a weakened Rambo sits on the porch of his father’s house, vowing to continue fighting and keep the memories of his loved ones alive. During the credits, flashbacks to scenes from all five movies in the franchise are shown, with Rambo saddling up his horse and riding off into the sunset.

Directed byAdrian Grünberg
Screenplay byMatthew CirulnickSylvester Stallone
Story byDan GordonSylvester Stallone
Based onJohn Rambo
by David Morrell
Produced byAvi LernerKevin King TempletonYariv LernerLes Weldon
StarringSylvester StallonePaz VegaSergio Peris-MenchetaAdriana BarrazaYvette MonrealGenie KimJoaquín CosíoOscar Jaenada
CinematographyBrendan Galvin
Edited byTodd E. MillerCarsten Kurpanek
Music byBrian Tyler
Millennium MediaBalboa ProductionsTempleton Media[1]
Distributed byLionsgate[1]
Release dateSeptember 20, 2019 (United States)
Running time89 minutes
(US, UK, Canada)[2]101 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$50 million[4]
Box office$91.5 million[5]