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Film Review: Rocky Balboa (2006)

Release Date: December 20th, 2006
Directed by: Sylvester Stallone
Written by: Sylvester Stallone
Music by: Bill Conti
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Burt Young, Antonio Tarver, Milo Ventimiglia, Geraldine Hughes, Tony Burton, James Francis Kelly III, Lou DiBella… 665 more words


Stallone Reveals Epic "Creed 2" Poster With Ivan Drago and Son!

If you weren’t excited about Creed 2 yet (and who wouldn’t be?!), get ready to be more pumped than Rocky training like a beast in the Russian wilderness. 231 more words


Rocky IV

To say “Rocky IV” (1985) is simplistic is to say two more words than I think Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago said in the entire movie. Sylvester Stallone cashes in (or sells out?) by exploiting the Cold War in what turns out to be, more or less, a 90-minute music video of workout montages, flashbacks and forgotten ’80s hits. 44 more words

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Ivan Drago: The Horror Icon of the Rocky Franchise

As a youngling, and to this very day, Stallone’s Rocky character was and is my goddamn hero. The message of the Rocky films, and the character itself is so powerful- which is why it remains such a time-honored classic. 790 more words

Nightmare Nostalgia

Rocky IV changed my life

One of the best things about the Playstation 2 was that you could play DVDs on it. Around the time I got one, I managed to procure a small TV somehow. 757 more words


Super Bowl LII: Philadelphia Eagles beat New England Patriots - The Recap

The Philadelphia Eagles embraced the underdog mentality — and in this case, actual dog masks — as a badge of honor. They orchestrated the upset that was equivalent to Rocky Balboa beating Apollo Creed in Rocky II, one of Philly’s most celebrated victories of all time. 613 more words

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Ranking every Rocky Movie

Hello guys, this is the time traveler and I’m back with another interesting topic. Today’s post will be about the Rocky Franchise. Brought to life by Sylvester Stallone, the series started in 1976 and is continuing since then. 939 more words