Rocky Balboa Quotes by Sylvester Stallone
Looking Back at "Rocky V," The Movie That Nearly Knocked Out a Beloved Franchise
On Thanksgiving weekend, millions of Americans will come together to avoid the mall like it's full of radioactive wolves, and also to eat as much as they can with people who have the exact opposite political opinions. Millions of those Americans will go to the movies, and some of them will perhaps see the final installment of the Rocky Balboa saga, because they arrived thinking The Force Awakens opened that weekend instead of December It opens on December 18, guys! Creed actually looks like a decent movie, neither overly maudlin nor over the top—nor Over The Top , for that matter. The first trailer wisely downplays the Rocky-ness of the proceedings until almost the end, while trailer two is a Cliff's Notes version of what happened in the Extended Rocky Universe during the nine years between Rocky Balboa and this film. Paulie's dead, and Milo Ventimiglia and whatever kid played Steps seem to be gone, although Rocky's restaurant and vague neurological trauma are still there. There is some fan service, most notably in a callback to the "Kentucky Fried Idiot" scene in Rocky II , but that might be pretty much all the humor we're likely to find in a film from the director of the madcap comic romp Fruitvale Station.
Tommy Gunn challenges Rocky to a fight to prove he's better than Rocky and they have a street fight outside Mickey's gym infront of many people. After Rocky comes back from Russia in Rocky V, his son is around
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Rocky V is a American boxing sports drama film. It is the fifth film in the Rocky series , written by and starring Sylvester Stallone ,  and co-starring Talia Shire , Stallone's real-life son Sage , and real-life boxer Tommy Morrison , with Morrison in the role of Tommy Gunn, a talented yet raw boxer. After Stallone directed the second through fourth films in the series, Rocky V saw the return of John G. Reception to the film was generally negative and it was at the time considered a disappointing conclusion when this was presumed to be the last movie in the series. Stallone himself has since admitted that he too was disappointed with how the film turned out.