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Rocky Balboa 2007 Review

By Critical_Conformity     Jan 7, 2007 in Entertainment
In the mid-1970s the struggling actor/screenwriter Sylvester Stallone reportedly wrote the screenplay for Rocky over a weekend, and a legend was born. Lets Take a Look at the Latest Movie.
The First Rocky went on to become one of the biggest hits of the decade, even winning an Oscar for Best Picture, and now the Latest is out - Let's take a look.
Burt Young
Antonio Tarver
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Sylvester Stallone as Rocky
RockyBalboa 2007. In the Movie - Rocky Balboa has been retired for a long time, His son from the previous Rocky movies is an adult. The son finds everyone both co-workers and friends are more concerned with his Dad rather then him. Rocky since going into retirement finds himself the owner a restraunt, but everything changes when he is offered a fight with the reigning Heavyweight Champion.
The greatest underdog story of our time is back for one final round of the Academy Award-winning Rocky franchise. Former heavyweight champion Rocky Balboa steps out of retirement and back into the ring, putting himself against a new rival in a dramatically different era.
There was a scencewith Mike Tyson in the movie. He watching the charity event fight.
His the summary of the movie.....
Rocky, who is the underdog in the movie, comes out of retirement to fight the current champion in a charity event. The current champ is receiving no respect from the public and the media is not helping any. To help the champ, the management of the current champ talks Rocky into fighting the current champ in a charity event Boxing Match.
The Match goes to round ten and ends up a draw, both are winners and the movie is over.
The movie is not just about boxing it is truly about life and what it takes to overcome.
I loved the Rocky movies - the first 3 were great... Would I pay to see this latest Movie at the movie cinema, at the prices they charge...hell no...I did not mind the buck I paid to download it along with a couple other movies...
It was nice to see how the champ was doing...How his life was going in the storyline of the Champ.
Out of 5 I would give it a 3 close to a knockout but not close enough.
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