Let’s talk about Rocky Balboa

Those of us who lived part of our childhood or adolescence between the 80s and 90s, but also those who were or are passionate about those decades, saw the films of Rocky. And we probably not only saw them: we enjoyed them, we suffered them, we made them our own. We play to be Rocky Balboa punching a pillow, we repeat famous phrases from the saga, we debate about which of the rivals of Rocky it was more difficult and we even played jumping stairs to reach the top with our arms raised, jumping, humming or shouting the music from the movie.

We all know what happens in these kinds of movies: the beggar beats the millionaire, goodness over evil. It does not disappoint in that, nor in the romanticism (Rocky gets engaged to the neighborhood neighbor, an employee of a pet store), nor in the intensity of the boxing match. And a first success leads to a saga: in Rocky III fight again apollo creed, the revenge between champions; in Rocky III an evil character appears, Clubber Lang, played by a famous of the time: Mr T, protagonist of the series Brigade A; in Rocky IVthe scenery moves to the Soviet Unionwhere the American boxer not only faces Ivan Drago, but also to communism; in Rocky Valready retired, reappears Balboa to train a young man; then there is another film, Rocky Balboawhere he fights for pride against the young man of the moment.

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Let’s talk about Rocky Balboa


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