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Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan), son of deceased world heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, has boxing in his blood. Looking to win his own title, Adonis heads to Philadelphia and convinces his father’s rival-turned-friend, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), to train him – even as Rocky battles his own deadly opponent outside the ring. Now Adonis has a shot, but first he must develop the heart of a true fighter in this new chapter of the Rocky story from critically acclaimed director Ryan Coogler. Adonis Johnson (Michael B. Jordan), le fils du défunt champion du monde des poids lourds Apollo Creed, a la boxe dans le sang. En quête d’un titre bien à lui, Adonis se rend à Philadelphie et convainc Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), ancien rival puis grand ami de son père, de devenir son entraîneur, même si Rocky livre lui aussi un combat contre un ennemi mortel hors du ring. Adonis a désormais une bonne chance, mais il doit d’abord développer l’âme d’un vrai pugiliste dans ce nouveau chapitre de la saga Rocky du réalisateur acclamé Ryan Coogler.]]>
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I am not a boxing fan, but this movie's story is more than a boxing film. Like Rocky, Creed is a feel-good and inspiring film of someone staying true to themselves and overcoming not only the naysayers, but with Adonis overcoming his own self imposed limitations.
If you like Rocky or like seeing one succeed at following their dreams despite the odds, then this movie is well worth watching.
I'm not going to lie, I've never been a huge Rocky fan. I think it has more to do with the age of the movie rather than substance, but I had seen enough to know what was going on in this movie.
Young Creed really resonated with me because like him, I've had to claw and scratch for everything in my life. This movie teaches you about perseverance, toughness, love, friendship, family and honor. By the end of the movie, you'll be moved to tears (even you big guy).
This movie is definitely not for small kids due to language and violence, but still a great movie.
For me, it was as if we took the first Rocky film, and he training with Mickey, but we don't actually know there were five films in the 50s that follow Mickey's boxing career. You can introduce a whole new audience and generation to that FEELING, and that's amazing. Characterization is on par, storytelling is on par, and in its own way, it does rise above the source material, but maybe I feel that way because I didn't watch the source material until I was an adult, and I missed out on the childhood nostalgia of the films from my generation. In that way, it feels dated, so the way this is acted and shot it feels fresher. One shouldn't equate that with better. I don't feel it's divisive in that way, setting out to anger the original audience.
It's a an absolutely great film, regardless of which audience you come from. It will please everyone. In that, it may seem almost "bland" to some because it doesn't take risks in any one direction. However, I don't think that's what this project set out to do. I'm sure I don't make any sense, I'm just rambling. I don't really know what I'm talking about, but I really enjoyed this.