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Plot: Rocky Balboa is forced to retire after having permanent damage inflicted on him in the ring by the Russian boxer Ivan Drago. Returning home after the Drago bout, Balboa discovers that the fortune that he had acquired as heavyweight champ has been stolen and lost on the stockmarket by his… Runtime: 104 min Release Date: 16 Nov 1990
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I have rated this movie as a 10 which will make most readers think I don't have a clue what I'm talking about. To be honest, I don't believe this movie is a 10, but I feel I need to give it that bit extra due to the very low rating this movie has polled on this site. Even though it will make next to no difference to the overall rating of the movie, it will at least make me feel a little better. I have watched the rocky series probably 100 times each and if I had anything to do with making them, I would feel offended that Rocky V is rated lower than Rockys III and IV. I feel that, <more>
going on best to worst, the order should be The original on top, followed by the second, then the fifth, then the third, with number 4 coming in last. The original Rocky is one of the best movies ever made, no question. By the second film, Stallone took over directing duties and done a decent job with it, apart from one or two corny things thrown in to it. By the third one however, all common sense in the series went out the window right from the opening montage. The fourth Rocky should have been titled Rocky 80's. If anyone over the age of 12 truly loves that movie, you should be ashamed of yourself. The first movie wasn't a sports movie, it was a drama which happened to be about a journeyman boxer getting to live his dream by fighting for a heavyweight championship. Rocky IV is just a big stupid fight scene, with the rest of the movie just filling in time. Why would Rocky turn down his prize money for this fight? Yes, he was doing it to avenge his friends death, but why not avenge Apollo, and make 10 million at the same time which he could at least give to a charity? The training sequence is stupid, why would there be any gyms at all if running up a mountain was better than all the best equipment available, mixed with steroids. The fight scene itself, which was really all they had, was obscenely ridiculous. There isn't a referee in the world that wouldn't have stopped the contest 3 rounds in. Rocky gets dropped a good 10 times that fight but keeps getting up, yet when he drops Drago once, the show is over. He somehow gets an entire nation to change from spitting on him at the start, to loving him, all in under 30 minutes, and all by punching there national hero in the head. And don't get me started on the speech he gives in the middle of the ring at the end, I'm cringing just thinking about it. The reason Rocky 5 is not so popular, is that people were looking for a sequel to Rocky 4, not another sequel to Rocky 1. Number 5 breaks away from the 80's crap brought to us by the previous 2 sequels. It goes back to its roots of a real story, and they brought the original director back for it. This again has made a drama set in the world of boxing, rather than just a 'boxing movie'. And for people who are just after the action, it actually has more boxing scenes than the other movies, its just Tommy Gunn for most of it instead of the title character, who by the way, was played by Tommy Morrison, who went on to win the World Heavyweight title in real life. The script is solid, the characters have depth and it underlines the corruption that is ruining the sport of boxing. If you really are a fan of either film or boxing, rent the movie again and tell me i'm wrong
A lot of you people really need to lighten up (by mercury4)
When I was little I loved this movie. I later started to get negative though and hate it. I've changed now. I still think it is a good movie. So Rocky V wasn't the best. So Rocky doesn't fight in the ring. None of these things make Rocky V a bad movie. It has a great story, a great beginning and a great climactic fight. I wish other films can have as great a fight scene as the one in this one. The cool part is Tommy Gun is Tommy Morrison a real life boxer. I only wish I can see Rocky slug it out with another fighter like Mike Tyson or even fight The Rock.This isn't the best <more>
Rocky, but it's a very good movie. I still recognize it as being part of the series. All of the true Rocky fans should. My only problems are that the movie is too contemporary, Rocky has brain damage and how it keeps showing flash backs of the Drago fight. Rocky proved in Rocky IV that Drago was just a man and in this they take it back. It's like Drago is haunting him. Also how everyone looks too old, especially Talia Shire. And how the hell did the son grow so fast. I'm sure Rocky wasn't in Russia for years and why was Duke out of the movie so fast. He's a great character. In the end it shows photos from the previous Rocky movies to I guess say it's over. Please Sly. Make another Rocky. End the series with another great Rocky movie. Don't end the series yet.
One of the great's movies of all times (by grafoloco)
This a wonderful movie, about glory and redemption. Stallone it's in a very good form, and the rest of the cast it's right, we can see good action scenes, a history about the family, and how to survive in the street's.It's probably the best performance of Stallone,because he is not a wonderful actor, but he is particularly good in the rocky saga, always we can see Talhia Shire, crying for the fighter, the teenage son of Balboa, learning about the life, the drunk uncle Polie, and there's and interesting apparition of Burgess Meredith, in the role of Micky, the charismatic <more>
trainer. In this movie Rocky it's in troubles, but he have the enough courage, to win this round, one more in this large story. He will find a new opportunity , to regret to the top of the glory, but this is not simple. He must run in the street's, again. In this movie, the American people always love him, its a national hero, and it's not easy for a hero try to retire, and go home. The people want to see him fighting and fighting, for ever, but he is human, now his son needs his attention. He have problems with the money, he is not rich, like in the old times of glory. He have the in conditional love of her wife. This a great movie for all the family, and the best of the rocky saga. I really recommend this movie.
I felt the need to write something about this movie seeing the constant bashing it is taking, i'm a huge Stallone fan and an even bigger Rocky fan, People are rating this movie really bad, and i'm thinking are they getting the point? For me 3+4 were the most shallow movies if the series, don't get me wrong they are awesome films but they portray a more action oriented film, where as the first 2 were a good mix of drama and action, getting back to this movie, i feel this takes us back to roots of Rocky nice and dramatic with not so much commercialness in it as the previous 2, i <more>
love to see the old neighbourhood from the first 2 movies and how he fits back in with it, this film is about his struggle to deal with bankruptcy family issues and who he is. I think Stallone did a stellar job with this movie, the ending is superb and the soundtrack is nice and upbeat with the old classics in there too, Elton Johns "Measure of a Man" at the end for me really sums up Rocky's life and i love the captures playing through the end titles with it, as for the fight scene, classic in my eyes, through all the Rocky movies we here him coming from a street fighters background but we never see it until now.....the way he stares at Tommy and tells him to step outside really shows the animalistic streetfighter side of Rocky up until now we only heard about. I'm sorry if people don't agree with me but i think this film deserves much more praise than it receives, Hail Stallone Hail Rocky!
Even Better than the first 4 put together go for it!!!!! (by diegobastidas13)
Rocky is retired after having a match against Ivan Drago. He retires but then he finds Tommy Gunn. HE tries to train him for the world championship, no later then tommy finds a couple of people who is interested on him. But he is fooled by them and then becomes mad at rocky. Then the people that tommy found say that he should challange rocky balboa for a match. So tommy Gunn asks rocky to fight him but rocky tries to re-fresh his memory but no use tommy hits paulie in the mouth. Then rocky gets mad and accepts the fight and rocky's son watches him fight with him and rocky wins the street <more>
fight. Tommy then realizes that he is no match for ROCKY BALBOA.
Though commercially unsuccessful "Rocky-V" I believe hits the bullseye with far more force than any other Rocky leafs. If you take out the first and the final ROCKY BALBOA episode of Rocky's epic journey this movie stands by far the most compelling. The reason? In this No. 5 Rocky doesn't have to prove anything and still he proved that he's all about soul and keeping it intact when it comes to life. He had nothing on line... some might say his 'reppo' but if you take in consideration what were online previously his rematch ROCKY II , first tittle defeat to Mr. <more>
T ROCKY III , loss of his new best friend 'Apollo' ROCKY IV ...in this first of the final Rocky series Balboa makes you believe life still exists after the end.Stallone plays the character of a modern day real life super hero with such easiness and talent that tears you up emotionally. Losing up all the money and being back on the roads isn't easy but Stallone makes you believe Rocky isn't about ups and down ..... he's about Heart and Family. The final street fight scene tells it all.I still remember the involvement of some window shoppers at a Circuit City store back in 2005 where it was being played on then new wide screen HDTV's. At least 30 some people were stood numb watching Stallone take on Tommy and all cheering as if it was a real-reel-re-shoot. Just unbelievable. ROCKY V deserves a moment of truth ... RESPECT, which it lacks from us.
I thought Rocky V was supposed to be bad?! No no no! It is certainly different from the other 4 in that this time Rocky is retired and is working at Mickey's gym which he now owns...and looking after his son. Great, right? A father-son movie. But the wonderful thing is, it isn't drawn out with boring scenes of bonding and what not. This movie made me more angry than Rocky IV even. I won't say why for that would just ruin the fun part. This movie stays realistic to the character of Rocky, but this time it is more about his relationship not with himself but with the people around <more>
Unfairly overlooked in the Rocky Series. (by sonofjorel316)
Rocky V is deemed to be the worst film of the series and Stallone himself gave it a 1 rating in an interview here in the U.K with Jonathan Ross.Whilst i understand Stallone's frustration with how the Rocky saga ended at the time. Rocky V is not a viewing experience without it's rewards.Rocky's trip down memory lane to an empty Mickey's gym has to one of the standout scenes in the entire series and whilst the writing isn't on par with Rocky or even Rocky Balboa, you get the sense that Rocky V is back to basics and this is how it life would be if Rocky was a real everyday <more>
person and shows the struggles of how he and his family have to adjust everyday life, and how Rocky struggles to reclaim the life he once had, and the father/son relationship that deteriorates, due to Rocky spending all his time trying to live his life through his new protégé.Whilst the eventual climatic final street fight between teacher and trainer might not be on a Drago or Creed level, you still find yourself rooting for Rocky and hoping he can fix what he has unknowingly broken.Ignore all the reviews that it's poor continuation of the Rocky saga. It tries to get back to basics and for the most part succeeds.My advice, give it a chance.
Eight stars?! Yes, for personal camp value! (by tctill)
I might be biased because this was my favorite movie as an eleven-year-old it even spawned a crush on boxer/actor Tommy Morrison and brings those childhood memories rushing back each time I watch it. But "Rocky 5" happens to be my favorite of the Rocky movies ... that I have seen. Granted, I still have yet to watch the original, but none of the second, third, or fourth Rockys had the heart and actual story albeit a cheesy one that "Rocky 5" has."Rocky 5" is directed by the same man who made the first Rocky movie John G. Avildsen and stars Sylvester Stallone <more>
you're kidding! , as now ex-boxer Rocky Balboa. Rocky damaged his brain in his previous adventure, so this film has him in retirement mode. Unfortunately, Rocky's brother-in-law Paulie the reliable Burt Young has also managed to inadvertently swindle Rocky out of his money. Nevertheless, Rocky takes his wife Adrienne Talia Shire , son Robert Stallone's real life son Sage; who was a young boy in "Rocky 4", but is suddenly about 13 in this one, despite the time passage of a month or two, tops , and even hapless Paulie and moves them to the rough streets of Philadelphia -- his hometown -- so that they may start a new, peaceful life.Then trouble comes along in the form of young Oklahoma boxer Tommy Gunn real-life boxer Morrison , who had been more or less stalking his hero, Rocky. Tommy casually meets up with Rocky and asks to stay with him in his home and learn from him. Rock's more than happy to oblige when he sees the boxer's talent. Soon Rocky is caught up in managing this boxer, and keeping his own talent and image up through Tommy ignoring his jealous son in the process . But some bad guys, led by an ersatz Don King character named Richard Gant, and who can offer Tommy more money than Rocky plus a red-headed bimbo! ... notice Tommy too, and persuade him to join up with them. Tommy is naive and confused, but he finally does join forces with the Bad Guys. This wounds Rocky's soul. Still, he keeps his faith in the youngster until Tommy commits the "never-been-done" act of saying on national television he has someone to thank ... then pausing, leaving Rocky sure Tommy is going to say his name ... and then, of course, thanking Ersatz Don King instead. Finally Rocky fights his last battle, against Tommy. This climactic scene is perhaps the most entertaining one in the entire movie, courtesy of Ersatz Don King! "Touch me, and I'll sue you!", he warns Rocky. The action scenes are well done. The acting isn't too bad either-- I'm no Stallone fan, but he's good with the Rocky character, and Morrison gives a fairly auspicious acting debut, considering. Fans of the original Rocky might not think this fifth chapter of his tale does the character justice, but I think many will find this watchable in a campy, guilty-pleasure sort of way.