When he loses a highly publicized virtual boxing match to ex-champ Rocky Balboa, reigning heavyweight titleholder, Mason Dixon retaliates by challenging Rocky to a nationally televised, 10-round exhibition bout. To the surprise of his son and friends, Rocky agrees to come out of retirement and face an opponent who's faster, stronger and thirty years his junior.
Thirty years after the ring of the first bell, Rocky Balboa comes out of retirement and dons his gloves for his final fight: against the reigning heavyweight champ Mason 'The Line' Dixon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rocky Balboa torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Very weird but also very interesting. I love how this film is shot, and the artistic detail in the background and sets is simply amazing; I've never seen anything like it. Again, weird film, but I like how it mixes genres, and I definitely like how it tells its story. After seeing the film once, you feel that the story couldn't be told any differently. Props for casting Kevin McKidd btw...the voice actor for Soap MacTavish in Call of Duty. Anyway, I wouldn't mind a sequel to this film.
(it) wrote: Started out with some promising humor that quickly faded away. Typical "B" style zombie movie with a lazy attempt at a Romero-esque view on racism/etc in America. Blah.
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(kr) wrote: I prefer Hotel Rwanda and Shooting Dogs.
(ca) wrote: The up-and-coming director Peter Jackson's nauseating splatter debut is a playground for gore effects and silly ingenuity.
(br) wrote: a lovely and somewhat forgotten film that likely couldn't be made today, so far the world has turned. a very effective portrait of an impossible relationship with wonderful black and white cinematography. and it seems yet another great french film lost in the new wave, tho it has a few experimental touches. this can be seen on youtube in excellent quality
(es) wrote: Otto Preminger must believe that woman are manipulative, sinister, emotional individuals with that can't be trusted. Either way, no one really made better films about femme fatales. Robert Mitchum is awesome in this film as usual; just cool as ice. Jean Simmons does a good job as well, being stone cold at moments and getting the audience to actually feel sorry for her at times. The best scene being the tragic car crash, killing bother her parents, and she stares blankly ahead while playing the piano. Awesome stuff. Great ending.