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American Pregame: The Best Movie Scenes for Your Fourth of July

I love the Fourth of July as much as any holiday in the calendar year.

It’s a celebration of our nation’s independence, a time to get together with friends and family, a reason to eat ALL THE HOT DOGS AND BURGERS YOU WANT, and a solid excuse to blow shit up. 779 more words

Movies

Creed Trailer Reaction: Will Rocky Successfully Pass the Baton Where Other Franchises Have Failed?

A funny thing happened in 2006: Sylvester Stallone made a new Rocky movie, Rocky Balboa, and it didn’t suck.  When we last saw the marble-mouthed Rocky in action he was giving Tommy Morrison a back alley beating in… 768 more words

Film Trailers

Ronda Rousey Compares Her Next Fight With Bethe Correia To 'Rocky IV'


UFC bantamweight champ “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey was on Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night to talk about her upcoming title defense against fellow undefeated fighter Bethe Correia. 139 more words

Sports

Rocky V - Review #24

As Rocky week nears its completion, I watched the so called ‘black sheep’ of the series. And honestly? I don’t see why it’s so hated. 586 more words

Film

Rocky IV - Review #23

Oh, propaganda. Even in movie form you were too serious for your own good and just ended up being ridiculous.

Rocky IV, with Sylvester Stallone in the director’s chair for the third time, and once again starts with the ending of the last film: Rocky and Clubber Lang beating the living day-ah, you know the drill. 268 more words

Film

Training Weeks 5-7: He's Like a Piece of Iron

“All I do is keep running in my cozy, homemade void, my own nostalgic silence. And that is a pretty wonderful thing, no matter what anyone else says” … 596 more words

Bipolar

Best Training Scenes of Film: Part 1: Preparing for the big fight with Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Team Korea

80s action movies were great for training montages!  As a child, I was raised on this.  This is what I pictured in my head when I started lifting weights as a teenager in the 90s.  787 more words

John Leavengood