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Rocky IV

After Russian boxer, Drago killed Rocky Balboa's friend Apollo Creed in an exhibition match, Rocky has come out of retirement to payback for the sad loss of his friend in a long and bloody match.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 13, 2015 The outcome of the film is predetermined by the formulaic scripts of Rocky II and Rocky III. Stallone boxed himself into a corner with this one.
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Matt's Movie Reviews
July 07, 2010 Whatever charm and grit there was in the first film is gone, replaced with a glossed up, over the top form of 1980's action melodrama, which is thick on the cheese and even thicker on the montages. And this critic loved every minute of it.
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Chicago Tribune
May 13, 2015 [Stallone] creates credible villains worthy of his heroic character.
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Chicago Reader
December 19, 2006 The crazed flag-waving would be a lot easier to take if it weren't so clearly a commercial calculation meant to salvage what is otherwise a crass, careless, shamelessly padded film.
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March 11, 2008 Sylvester Stallone is really sloughing it off shamelessly in Rocky IV, but it's still impossible not to root for old Rocky Balboa to get up off the canvas and whup that bully one more time.
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Radio Times
May 13, 2015 Though it's impossible not to get caught up in our hero's Russian training programme, or to root for his climactic victory, the mawkish montages accompanied by blaring music are no substitute for plot shading.
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Los Angeles Times
May 13, 2015 This is grim and witless storytelling, and what makes it so depressing is that it hasn't improved by so much as a chemical trace since the days of the first Rocky.
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TIME Magazine
May 13, 2015 Padded with clips from earlier Rocky pictures, adding nothing to his mythic, let alone human dimensions, it lacks even the primitive suspense and crude capacity to release underdog emotions that permitted its predecessors to conquer one's better judgment.
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Orlando Sentinel
May 13, 2015 The new film's narrative is stripped down to essentials, which gives it an emblematic quality.
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People Magazine
May 13, 2015 His vacuous post-bout speech indicates why boxers with 75 professional bouts are rarely called upon as public speakers.
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April 30, 2016 'Rocky IV' still stands, not as a highlight of the series (certainly not that) but as a quintessential artifact of mid-'80s studio filmmaking: soulless, flag-waving, soundtrack-blasting Product.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
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