How Last Blood Trailer Shows the Humanity in Rambo

How Last Blood Trailer Shows the Humanity in Rambo
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Rambo: Last Blood Trailer looks pretty good. Fans of Sylvester Stallone really know that nobody messes with John Rambo. Almost forty years later, Stallone is back to nail his character once again.

How Last Blood Trailer Shows the Humanity in Rambo

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Rambo: Last Blood Trailer

John Rambo has been one of the greatest action heroes of all time. The character of John Rambo is based on the David Morrell 1972 novel. Lionsgate released the first trailer of Rambo: Last Blood on Thursday morning. According to the sources, it is going to be the last chapter of the legendary Rambo series.

Sylvester Stallone became a hero after his Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Rambo (2008), and Rambo III (1988). However, he was never meant to be a hero. He is a killing machine who has caused the deaths of many civilians. However, it seems like John Rambo is going back to the beginning and explore his humanity.

Many fans have linked Rambo’s character up in a discussion about politics. Even the novel of Morell feels like a political statement. But maybe, there is something about the Rambo that we are unable to see. Moreover, he is none of the things the fans have made him. We all have failed to understand the human being behind this character.

In the trailer, he also said about revealing his secrets. The rumours unveil that he was in the politics which he never wanted to be a part of. Moreover, we will be able to see his real character that we have failed to understand.

Rambo: Last Blood Plot

The first trailer of Rambo: Last Blood released on May 30, 2019. In the film, John is sent to his final mission to save kidnapped girl from a dangerous drug cartel in Mexico. The war veteran teams up with a reporter in the deadly journey to defeat the ruthless villain. However, the trailer did not reveal much about the plot. Check out The Geek Herald for more updates.

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