Rocky Balboa

2006

Drama / Sport

155
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 76%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 191,724

Synopsis


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Cast

Dolph Lundgren as Captain Ivan Drago
Milo Ventimiglia as Robert Balboa Jr.
Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa
Talia Shire as Coralee
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651.37 MB
1280*720
English
PG
23.976 fps
102 min
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1.30 GB
1920×1080
English
PG
23.976 fps
102 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tonystalloney 10 / 10 / 10

Balboa shocks the World

Balboa is gonna hit so many people in different ways. I suppose you can look at any great film and see a message in there, but the Rocky franchise is so inspirational, even the 5th one. This new film has had me thinking, and though some reviews have said it's a trip down memory lane and a rehash of the 1st, well the point is, as reflected in the film, that Rocky IS living in the past, like so many of us do for one reason or another. The message as stated in the film "you gotta keep moving forward", I don't know if its me or just pure genius, but if you LOOK you will find something that touches your soul throughout the franchise .. So i wont drag this out........... I left the theatre kind of stunned. Its been a long while since Rocko got back in the ring, and I, like everyone else, wanted a better film than Rocky V. Sly has wised up a lot over the years, and all I can say is.... THIS FILM DELIVERS BIG TIME ! The fact that its the 6th one, and to be honest, its no sci-fi film where you can really go to town on the plot, there is only so much you can do, and Sly has done it. Yeah, you could say that the plot mirrors Sly's life over the last few years, but all the Rocky's have done that in one way or another. This is Rocky back to his sweet and charming self, stunned with what life has thrown at him, and just going through the motions of, well, growing old, but still having that ambition to kick life in the balls and say "it ain't over til it's over". He looks great for 60, and doesn't over train for the final bout, he's kept it very realistic, and the fight itself is handled very well, and looks different to the recent wars we have been used to. The film isn't just about boxing, it's a drama, which will inspire you, if you can put your ego to one side and let it. Paulie is fab, he calms things down and stops certain moments turning into what some people may call cheesy. Unfortunately people with no emotions call things cheesy, but they are the ones who have yet to learn what life can throw at you. This film is up there with I & II, and I need to see it again!!!!!!!! Overall A perfect ending to the saga, and an amazing turn around for the franchise.

Reviewed by amheretojudge 9 / 10 / 10

you used to fit right here..

Rocky Balboa There is only one reason to watch another installment of this franchise and its the protagonist for the character is written so beautifully and perfect that you cannot not ask for more. Rocky Balboa has a heart right in the middle of it and even though it is broken and it aches it still beats faster and pounds some of the hardest knockout punch though. Sylvester Stallone shows maturity on writing and directing the characters even though some things are difficult to digest, in the end it bodes well to the tone of the series. Rocky Balboa is a final salute by Sylvester as a seeker for a better closure and he pretty much gets it right for the character and the fans all around it with satisfactory results.

Reviewed by Blair Kavanagh 9 / 10 / 10

Round 12 - and still swinging...

After I saw this movie 'I didn't want to talk to nothing or nobody, not even my kids'. It was that good, and more than just nostalgia. Although the sentimentality plays a huge part. How could it not?

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