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Now the world champion, Rocky Balboa is living in luxury and only fighting opponents who pose no threat to him in the ring, until Clubber Lang challenges him to a bout. After taking a pounding from Lang, the humbled champ turns to former bitter rival Apollo Creed for a rematch with Lang.
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if ii put less of an emphasis on subtext and character development, then iii throws it out completely. it's a shame, considering what the first film was, but at least what it replaces it with is a lot of fun. read
rocky iii did two things when it was released. first it brought rocky into the 80's, like seriously, this movie screams 80's. second it turned rocky into a caricature of himself which ultimately lowered the quality of the series. here stallone writes and directs again and this time his foe is mr. t and his trainer is his former foe apollo creed. and this story is great. the opening sequence set to eye of the tiger as amazing. it just gets you going and is one of the best sequences in all of the rocky films. from there the movie never lets up with match after match and training after training... read
it opens with a montage set to eye of the tiger, what more can you ask of a rocky movie. it wholeheartedly embraces its campiness and the formula that the earlier movies had laid out. it tones back the dramatic aspects, basically removing anything that isn't full blown melodrama. there are inspirational speeches, training montages, hulk hogan, and mr. t. the boxing scenes are great and the music is on point. this is going to have a lot of rewatchability. watched as part of scavenger hunt 41 my list | kb burke's master list read