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  • Rocky : A Rocky Training Montage

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    memorable scenes, but few are as iconic as a Rocky training montage. The horns from the montage’s music blast a feeling of triumph as you watch the fictional character, Rocky Balboa, train. The emotions from this scene can make the laziest person feel like they can run ten miles without the feeling of fatigue. Rocky is a series of six movies about a fictional boxer named Rocky Balboa, played by Sylvester Stallone, and the triumphs of his boxing career. Rocky has an exhilarating boxing match as an underdog

  • Rocky Balboa Research Paper

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    Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), is a insignificant boxer who is kind-hearted and uneducated club fighter who lives in an studio apartment in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and his line of business has so far not gotten off the canvas. Rocky makes a living by collecting the accumulation of credit for a loan shark named Tony Gazzo (Joe Spinell), but Gazzo doesn't think Rocky has the bloodthirstiness it takes to thrash up deadbeats. Rocky still boxes periodically to keep his boxing skills sharp, and

  • Movie Review : Rocky As A Hero In The Movie Rocky

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    The movie that I chose to do my movie analysis on is Rocky. I chose to do my analysis on Rocky, because I grew up watching this movie and it really taught me and my brothers a lot about giving other people opportunities and it also helped us define what it actually means to win. My first time ever watching Rocky was around the time I was in the 4th grade. I must have been nine or ten years old, and of course I didn't understand boxing, I just loved watching movies. I actually don’t know why, but

  • Rocky Essay

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    paper intends to analyze and give the proper credit that this movie and its actors deserve. East meets West when Rocky takes on a vicious Soviet fighter who literally killed his last opponent! Sylvester Stallone writes, directs, and stars in this war between nations in which the only battle is fought in a boxing ring. Rocky must defend his honor, his friend, and America itself. Rocky proudly holds the world heavyweight boxing championship, but a new challenger has stepped forward: Drago (Dolph

  • Film Analysis Of The Romantic Genre And Movie Rocky

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    and movie Rocky. It will take a better look at the specific conventions of this genre and how this movie fits the gangster genre. Romantic comedy films create a comic climate through a series of cues to the audience: subject matter is treated as trivial, jokes and physical humor make fun of events, and characters are protected from harm (Grindon Leger (2015). Romantic comedy films usually have a couple that meet and fall in love in some way throughout the movie. In the movie Rocky Sylvester

  • Rocky Balboa Character Analysis

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    Analysis of Rocky Balboa In that part, brief information about the Rocky Balboa will be mentioned to help you to access life history of Rocky Balboa who is the main character of the Rocky film series. Rocky Balboa who was born in 1945 at Philadelphia, he grew up in the Italian family and he do not have any brother or sister. Moreover, he lost his family too early and he did not finish his school due to he lived in a poor family. Therefore, he wanted to find a women who really loves the rocky and he dreamed

  • Summary of the Movie: Rocky Balboa

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    Rocky Balboa is a struggling boxer trying to make the big time, working as a debt collector making very little money. When heavyweight champion Apollo Creed visits Philadelphia, his managers want to set up a match between Creed and a struggling boxer, promoting the fight as a chance for a "nobody" to become a "somebody" (Rocky). The match is supposed to be easily won by Creed, but Rocky sees this as his only chance to become big time. John G. Avilden's Rocky (1976) tells an inspirational story of

  • The Mountains Of The Rocky Mountains

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    The Rocky Mountains, also known as the Rockies, extends for some 3,000 miles (4,800 km), that covers land in two North American countries! With a distance of 3,000 miles, the Rockies must have a variety of physical features and landscapes that makes it an attractive area to tour and explore. However, all of the human interest in this mountain range could come at a devastating cost. Disturbances such as resource extraction, tourism/settlement, and farming in the Rocky Mountain region must cease because

  • Rocky IV : Characteristics Of A Modern Epic Hero

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    An epic story once told from family to family has transformed into modern day movies that many people watch. An example of a movie that is a modern day epic story is Rocky IV. Characteristics of an epic story that are demonstrated in Rocky IV are a character that is highly valued or important to his people, a setting that spans across great amounts of land, and many examples of the hero’s super strength that none of the other characters. In addition to this, the hero has his own characteristics that

  • The American Rocky and the Russian Machine Drago

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    That American “Rocky” is the antithesis of the Russian machine Drago. When I am done with him, his face will be crenelated. It was a given that the fight promoters would always try to embellish a fight, but this fight needed no extra promotion or incentive to come. The whole world would be watching. I have laud Rocky for his story. He came from nothing and now is here with one of the most powerful men in the world. With all of Russia counting on me, and all of America counting on Rocky, I knew the match