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  1. Viola Valéry's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    Mubi's people stop being snob.

  2. Jørgen Lien's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  3. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    A more satisfyingly chapter as it feels like a more reflected film with something to say about both boxing and humanity and what a commercial circus the sport has become. Milo Ventimiglia is a better actor than Sly's true son ever was. Only Talia Shire is sorely missed as Geraldine Hughes is forgettable in a sort-of replacement role - and no mention of Rocky's supposed brain damage - it just went over?

  4. Gia de Almeida's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    Sure, silly premise but Rocky and Stallone have heart - tons of it. We get to see Rocky like never before, aging, with unfinished business and trying to move on, having gone through hardship but undefeated by life, still trying and doing his best. Definitely underrated.

  5. zdravk3's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  6. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  7. James Mackin's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    Definitely a quite silly concept, but I actually really like it. It's a really sweet film, and was definitely where Rocky should've been left.

  8. - Caltiki -'s rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  9. Diego Carrera's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    That sad "Rocky-kills-his-wife-to-hang-out-with-a-younger-woman" thing.

  10. DarthVader's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  11. André Vieira's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    3,5. Nice comeback for the Italian Stalion.

  12. Nina's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  13. iamin's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  14. MarzioSantos's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    sly never dies, it's intense and quite realistic, bravo sly!!!

  15. Palmat's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    A welcome return to form when it comes to the dramtic chops that Stallone do possess but seldom show these days. I wish he would make more movies like this than the Expendables.

  16. Andrew Infante's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

  17. Ellis Potter's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    A subtle commentary on a career and a franchise that can't be overlooked. Underrated for a flawed premise to begin with, this film would work as a stand-alone even, a man walking alone through memories and brain damage. Brilliant and Stallones best direction in my opinion.

  18. Brian O'blivion's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    Self-parody? Extended déjà vu? I'm sorry, Stallone. Last time I cared was part II.

  19. Dana Henson's rating of the film Rocky Balboa

    Very underrated. Stallone took his fictional counterpart in a very satisfying, concluding direction. You can tell this wasn't an attempt to milk the franchise, it was a story Stallone needed to tell (the "stuff in the basement" scene sums this up pretty well). An exploration of aging, regret, unresolved feelings, redemption, and defying expectations. Really a wonderful film.

  20. Jacob McKinley's rating of the film Rocky Balboa