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Rocky Balboa (2006)
USA / English
"It ain't over 'til it's over. "
Rocky Balboa comes out of retirement to step into the ring for the last time and face the heavyweight champ Mason 'The Line' Dixon.
Mike Tyson Himself
Lou DiBella Himself
Talia Shire Adrian
James Francis Kelly III Steps
A.J. Benza L.C.
Tony Burton Duke
Milo Ventimiglia Robert Jr.
Geraldine Hughes Marie
Antonio Tarver Mason 'The Line' Dixon
Burt Young Paulie
Sylvester Stallone Rocky Balboa
Henry G. Sanders Martin
Pedro Lovell Spider Rico
Ana Gerena Isabel
Angela Boyd Angie
Louis Giansante Bar Thug
Maureen Schilling Lucky's Bartender
Lahmard J. Tate X-Cell (as Lahmard Tate)
Woody Paige ESPN Commentator (as Woodrow W. Paige)
Skip Bayless ESPN Commentator
Jay Crawford ESPN Commentator
Brian Kenny ESPN Host
Dana Jacobson ESPN Host
Charles Johnson ESPN Host (as Chuck Johnson)
James Binns Commissioner (as James J. Binns)
Johnnie Hobbs Jr. Commissioner
Barney Fitzpatrick Commissioner
Jim Lampley HBO Commentator
Larry Merchant HBO Commentator
Max Kellerman HBO Commentator
LeRoy Neiman Himself
Bert Randolph Sugar Ring Magazine Reporter
Bernard Fernández Boxing Association of America Writer (as Bernard Fernandez)
Gunnar Peterson Weightlifting Trainer
Yahya Dixon's Opponent
Marc Ratner Weigh-In Official
Anthony Lato Jr. Rocky's Inspector
Jack Lazzarado Dixon's Inspector
Michael Buffer Ring Announcer
Joe Cortez Referee
Carter Mitchell Shamrock Foreman
Vinod Kumar Ravi
Fran Pultro Father at Restaurant
Frank Stallone Dinner Patron (as Frank Stallone Jr.)
Jody Giambelluca Dinner Patron
Tobias Segal Robert's Friend
Tim Carr Robert's Friend
Matt Frack Robert's Friend #3
Paul Dion Monte Robert's Friend
Kevin King Templeton Robert's Friend (as Kevin King-Templeton)
Robert Michael Kelly Mr. Tomilson
Rick Buchborn Rocky Fan
Nick Baker Irish Pub Bartender
Don Sherman Andy
Stu Nahan Computer Fight Commentator
Gary Compton Security Guard
Ricky Cavazos Boxing Spectator (uncredited)
Dolph Lundgren Captain Ivan Drago
Burgess Meredith Mickey
Mr. T Clubber Lang
Carl Weathers Apollo Creed
Director: Sylvester Stallone
Producer: William Chartoff,Kevin King,Charles Winkler,David Winkler
Writer: Sylvester Stallone,Sylvester Stallone
Just As Good As The First
I saw this film at a test screening a few months ago. While I am a fan of all the films I think this one is the most on par with the first one. While two thru five were good films they had more to do with Rocky as a public figure and his fame. In this film he is not that distanced from the guy he was in the first, maybe just a little wiser. The film doesn't focus so much on boxing as it does on the actual character of Rocky and the trials he faces having one day been on top of the world and now he leads a simple life and thrives on his memories.

I am a huge Stallone fan but I realize his career has been in a slump lately, but this film would be a perfect resurrection for him. The acting is great and it has some of the best writing I've seen in years. Two very powerful scenes are when Rocky tries to get his license back and probably the best scene of the film is when he confronts his son.

Any Stallone or Rocky fan will love this film. And I'm sure a lot of people who had doubts about this film 30 years later or even Stallone being 60 years old will be very surprised and pleased. And it does not hurt that Sylvester Stallone is in better shape at 60 then half of Hollywood under 30.

I've already seen the movie but I plan to be there opening day to see it again.

Seen it:Nej
Nr of disks/tapes:1
Storage device:Divx 5
Imdb rating: 7.5
Musician: Bill Conti
Running time: 102 min
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Stereo [Swedish]
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Last modified: 2008-01-02 13:11:31