Rocky Balboa Reviews
Plus, I could watch this scene every day: "It's not about how hard you can hit, it's about how hard you can GET hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That's how winnin' is done!"
Still though a disappointment, it is good enough that I was at least mildy interested so can give a positive rating, perhaps would be more fun for a true fan of the Rocky films.
Rocky is still dealing with the death of his wife, and the current rift between him and his adult son Robert. Rocky spends his days running his restaurant and telling stories of his glory days.
There's still something inside of Rocky that's bothering him, that he just can't let go. In his late 50s, Rocky once again wants to get back inside the ring, but his son thinks he's crazy. Paulie is back and is behind rocky. After seeing a computer bout on ESPN between Rocky and current champion Mason "The Line" Dixon (real life boxer Antonio Tarver) many question what would happen if there was a real bout between Rocky and Dixon.
Rocky once again (with Robert finally behind him) gets back inside the ring in a exhibition match against Dixon, and in the end, it's not about winning, it's about how hard you can get hit and keep getting up, and how much you can take and get back up. In the end Rocky takes a lot, and still gets back up. Another wonderful film to end The Rocky saga. . . 30 years later.
Watching this movie really made me appreciate the others more. We really got a wonderful series spanning an entire lifetime. 4/5
Una vez más nos encontramos con temas interesantes, algunos ya tratados en entregas anteriores, otros nuevos debido a la edad del personaje.
Lo malo es que el rival de Rocky, pese a que se le intenta dar un transfondo interesante y que hace de contrapartida al de Balboa, se me antoja simple y carente de carisma. Puede que sea problema del guión, o puede que sea problema de la interpretacion del actor, pero lo cierto es que mancha lo que por otro lado es una buena película.