Directed by Ryan Coogler, Creed is a sports-drama movie center on Adonis Johnson. Adonis Johnson wasn't born until after his father's death. His father is the boxing champion Apollo Creed. Adonis seeks out Rocky Balboa, who is the former heavyweight boxing champion and former friend of Apollo Creed. With Rocky's help, Adonis soon gets a title shot to face even deadlier opponents than his father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Cylus O (jp) wrote: Playdate was intriguing and certainly had its share of suspense but the plot was thin and the characters even more so. The ending also was pretty weak. Still though the movie was watchable......probably would of made an excellent Lifetime original.
Ricardo A (it) wrote: Delivery "delivers" some creepy atmosphere and a shocking of an ending, despite some repetitive found footage thrills.
D G (de) wrote: Not as funny as his 'Broadway' show but still worth watching.
Itai S (au) wrote: Embarrassing. Good photography.
Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Li F (us) wrote: Nice Import! Funny,cute, the cinamtography is breathe-taking!
Rob L (nl) wrote: Wasn't the best choice after Footloose, but Bacon still did an ok job in a movie that kind of sucked. I was wondering why is this movie made.
Carl N (fr) wrote: More moody visuals from the master of the Vampire film, Jean Rollin. As with many of his films this one is very erotic and dreamlike but it is often tediously slow. No need to worry about this being in French. To say that there is limited dialogue in this film would be an understatement. You get at least 30 minutes in to the film before anyone strings a sentence together. Don't expect satisfying story either. Just sit back and enjoy the visuals that are on offer. Chiefly that of two teenage virgins clamouring around the ruins of a Gothic castle dressed in nothing but knee socks. The biggest highlight of this film is Marie-Pierre Castel. She is extremely beautiful and you get plenty of close-ups of her mesmerising eyes. Not the best Jean Rollin film I've ever seen. But I can at least say Requiem has one of the most unnecessary scenes I've ever seen from him. This was when the Vampire changes into a bat and commits an act of bestiality. No need Jean
Ian E (de) wrote: "Camp X-Ray" showcases interesting themes which even though the movie itself doesn't venture deep enough to provoke thought, the strong performances from Kristen Stewart and Peyman Moaadi shows emotional complexity about the subject.