Rocky II

Rocky II

After Rocky goes the distance with champ Apollo Creed, both try to put the fight behind them and move on. Rocky settles down with Adrian but can't put his life together outside the ring, while Creed seeks a rematch to restore his reputation. Soon enough, the "Master of Disaster" and the "Italian Stallion" are set on a collision course for a climactic battle that is brutal and unforgettable.

Rocky struggles in family life after his bout with Apollo Creed, while the embarrassed champ insistently goads him to accept a challenge for a rematch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tanner D (de) wrote: One word... Weird. This movie has to be one of the strangest movies I've seen. Jake Gylennahl deserves best actor for this one. His performance was way beyond what he has done in the past and one of the best acting jobs that I have EVER seen! The plot is ok and at times it drags a bit. But overall this turned out to be a decent flick. Give Jake Gyllinunall an oscar that he deserves!

Michael N (jp) wrote: A fascinating glimpse into the world of Bhuddism...dealing with re-incarnation, finding a reborn soul, and having to let go of a child for the good of a Lama's followers. A must watch!!

Joanna B (mx) wrote: To sum up the gleefully over-the-top sentiment of this old-school disaster film, R.E.M. said it best "It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine".Delivering yet another in his long line of end-of-the-world, blow-up-the-white-house, freeze the entire continent of North-America, maestro of mass destruction Director Roland Emmerich (ID4, Ice Age 2 and The Day After Tomorrow) takes to screens with the prophetic 2012.Centered on some very real predictions, never before has a single moment in history been so significant to so many cultures, religions, scientists and Governments. Endorsed by Einstein, the Mayan's, Nostradamus and a horde of other theorists, December 21st. 2012 is has long been prophesised as the end of days and the movie 2012 gives us all a glimpse of what our future may hold.Employing every maximum-chaos genre element from a solid supporting cast with detailed back-stories, to endless teams of effects gurus producing gigantic set pieces, from towering budgets and a mind-numbing length, to thrilling chase scenes and in insanely apocalyptic environment, not a single clich is exempt. Emmerich's grandiose ambitions come across as extremely hokey. Overshadowed and tucked away, the vaguely plausible science behind the chaos becomes lost inside this mess of disaster movie mythology. Simply put, society's fate is sealed when the sun spontaneously begins to misbehave producing engorged solar flares (which in turn) being to heat up the Earth's core. The ricochet effect of this new pressure shifts the underground tectonic plates into overdrive destabilising the Earth's crust. Which escalates a series of severe weather catastrophes including earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions to break out across the globe, believable enough?Sadly the story isn't so easy to swallow. Failed novelist-turned-chauffer Jackson Curtis (John Cusack) is our reluctant hero, who whist attempting to reconnect with his recently displaced children on a camping trip in Yellowstone National Park, unwittingly stumbles into the middle of a secret military operation.While suspicious of the military's flimsy excuses, Jackson meets another camper, the end-of-the-world-is-nigh raving nutcase character Charlie Frost (Woody Harrelson). Frost spouts off about insights into the governments' nefarious actions on his free-to-air radio station and leaves Jackson with some interesting information to ponder for his comeback book.Meanwhile, leading Yellowstone scientist (and fan of Jackson's books) Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel Ejiofor) advises the President (Danny Glover) about the imminent natural catastrophes that will change the world as we know it. However, predictably, is faced with enigmatic criticism from the humanitarianism devoid, presidential aide Carl Anheuser (Oliver Platt).By the time Jackson gets the children home to his ex-wife Kate (Amanda Peet) and her new Husband Gordon (Thomas McCarthy) the pandemonic Armageddon has begun. Does he have time to convince his estranged family that his deranged ideas of mass disaster are actually coming? Where can he possible lead them to him that might be safe? And how will his being a chuffer play into the story? In typical tradition, the US bites the dust first. The succession of magnificent mayhem sees California take a dip in the Pacific, A carpet-bombing monster volcano appear in the middle of the US and Las Vegas disappear into an ever expanding new coast-to-coast Grand Canyon. Farewell White House, Adieu Eiffel Tower, addio Vatican City, Godspeed Christ the Redeemer, and for us Aussies, seeya Harbour Bridge. With each demise spectacularly worse than the last, and a budget of over $280 million, Emmerich's indulges his child-like enthusiasm for overly choreographed total-inhalation CGI to a scale that becomes utterly tiring. Teaming veteran rom-com actors John Cusack's aloof nonchalance with a comedic supporting cast of Platt, Harrelson and Zlatko Buric, actors refuse to let the film be serious. Almost poking fun in their line deliveries and with the help of gorgeous scenes like where over mountainous snowfields Chinooks transport elephants to a secret Noah's Ark, and the safe ejection of passengers from a crashing plane in a 2009 Bentley, a chuckle can't help but escape. The Verdict: Although the topic of man's imminent doom is no longer terribly innovative, it is a virtually fail proof way of recouping funds. It's easy to mock throwaway blockbusters but the obliteration of the human race has never been as easily digestible disposable fun. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 04/12/2009

Mansoor N (au) wrote: After waiting for a very long time for a good entertainer, Sunday turned out to be a winner. Although no where as good as Rohit Shetty's last attempt Golmaal but still packs solid punch. Two of the main ingredients of the movie were suspense and come...(read more)dy. Arshad and Irfan steals the spotlight with fantastic onscreen chemistry and excellent dialog delivery. Thrill part of the movie was okay. Comedy was top notch. Music was good with 'Manzar' and 'Kashmakash' leading the pack.Bottom line: If you liked Golmaal (shame on you if you haven't watched it yet), go for Sunday. You won't be disappointed.

Barbara D (es) wrote: Mostly Martha was released in 2001 and has a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but like any foreign film that's critically acclaimed, what do they do? They dumb it down with an American remake, because too many English-language speakers are so up themselves that they "don't want to read subtitles." Ugh. Like many foreign films that have been remade for an American audience, the original is obviously better than the remake. That said, there are still faults with this version, but I'll get to that later. First, the positives. First of all, the casting is better in the German version. As much as Catherine Zeta-Jones tries, Martina Gedeck is perfectly cast as Martha who is neurotic, hard to get along with and really anti-social. Most of her best scenes involve no dialogue, but we can still feel her pain because Gedeck is such a brilliant actress. I'm not saying that Catherine Zeta-Jones can't act, I'm just saying that Gedeck does a way better job because her character becomes a lot more likeable and she's way more memorable than Kate in the American version. I also liked Mario better in this version because he was way less of a stereotypical Gary-Stu than Eckhart's version. Once again, Eckhart is a good actor, but he's in the same situation that Kristen Stewart is in once it comes to Twilight. Both actors try their hardest, but they can't help the fact that they're playing really bland characters. Probably the best difference between the two versions that there's no pointless conflict that focuses on the love interests. For me, one of the most irritating things in rom-coms is having to put up with the inevitable conflict, which does nothing but slow things down. As the Nostalgia Critic pointed out, we already know they're going to get together in the end, so why the conflict? In Mostly Martha, the conflict is between Martha and her niece who has to go to Italy. In No Reservations, it's predictably between Kate and her boyfriend. In general, the writing in this version is a lot smarter than the American version. They know they're working with a predictable premise, so they try their hardest to steer away from it through good acting, interesting characters and brilliant cinematography. In the remake, they try to hide the predictable premise by glossing it up with lame montages and nice music, which (like the stupid conflict) only slows things down. So now that we've gotten the positives out of the way, here are the faults. First of all, I felt that the pace of this film was really slow to the point that it became unpleasant at times. They are dealing with a really serious subject matter, which is understandable, but that also gives the writer an opportunity to not make it too boring. In this film, they didn't and as a result, many parts were boring, gloomy and just unpleasant. The second problem is with the casting of Lina, played by Maxime Foerste. I know that her character has been through a lot of things that she's too young to deal with, but she's really unlikeable. The strange thing is that Abigail Breslin is actually better as the little girl and you think it would be the other way around since No Reservations is the inferior film. Breslin just brings more character to the role and she stands out a lot more. And now for the biggest fault in Mostly Martha: the music. Good god! If it weren't for the music which sounded like nails on a chalkboard, I would've given the movie an extra star. From the very beginning of the movie when we see the montage of the food in the restaurant, my ears are bleeding. For some reason, the anti-Christ who was behind the music in this film chose to use an annoying saxophone as the lead instrument for the melodies in the score, which reminded me of the musical Hitler also known as Kenny G. They were trying to make it sound like the jazz music that would play in a sophisticated restaurant, but in reality this is what all jazz music must sound like to people who hate jazz music. The music is another thing that was shockingly better in the remake. No Reservations may have had its faults, but at least it had a decent soundtrack. Music may sound like something that isn't really important in the quality of a film, but think about it. If they had used the Sesame Street theme music in the shower scene in Psycho, would it have had the same impact? Like cinematography and directing, music builds up atmosphere. The atmosphere the music bulit up was thoroughly awful. It brought back horrible memories of being stuck in furniture stores that play nothing but Kenny G. With the faults aside though, there's not much else to say about Mostly Martha. It's just better than No Reservations and is living proof of the sad fact that if there's a great foreign film, English language speakers are so arrogant that they can't deal with a good story in another language. Hollywood, will you ever learn?

Another V (ru) wrote: This sci fi action thriller is suspenseful. Kept me on the edge of my seat.A group of survivors of a harrowing crash landing explore the desert planet they've landed on, trying to figure out how to replenish their dwindling resources. It seems they need to be afraid of an escaped convict, a superhuman named Riddick. It turns out there is more than just Riddick to fear on this world with 3 suns and the sun scorched bones of extinct giants.Murphy's law is definitely in play, although human error and choices do come into play as well. How far will smarts, guts, and teamwork get you? Who will be lucky? Having a badass superhuman named Riddick on your side might increase your chances...or will it? I didn't consider this a happy ending. Too many characters I wanted to see live didn't make it. When I saw who made it to the end, my reaction was "Really? That's it?" But, at least Riddick gets his final revenge on those nasty ravenous aliens.Another reviewer mentioned being disappointed that Claudia Black died so soon. Agreed.

John H (es) wrote: I didnt think they could do it but Lau Wai Keung keeps making the Y+D series better. This third installment is arguably the best film in the Young and Dangerous series. If this trend continues, I cannot wait to see the other THREE movies as well as the various spinoffs.

Joel R (fr) wrote: Stylish mystery thriller that's all fashion, no substance. Wickedly violent, Newton-esque fashion shoots are strung together by a flimsy story of ESP and poorly-shot murder scenes.

Moni K (br) wrote: This movie is based on novel and it's a good spy story, indeed. However, it's very boring with only few action moments. Mostly it was all about Michael Caine performance. It reminds me about James Bond movies due to connections with Anya. I think that it would be more interesting if it happened in Summer instead of winter. That cold season only made it even more unappealing.

Dillon L (nl) wrote: a classic just watched it for the first time in 15 plus yrs. it definitely holds up fun funny and exciting

Simon M (gb) wrote: Flawed, but touching.

John R (it) wrote: 141227: Having watched quite a few of these old Roy Rogers films in the last year, this one surprised me quite a bit at the beginning. Everything is explained in good time but I found myself torn a bit about the ending. Not sure if framing villains is the way to get rid of them; even if the Villains lie when they are nabbed. On another note, watching Billy the Kid Returns inspired me to research Roy Rogers a bit. In all these films I've watched he just seems like such a great guy. Love his demeanor, the music and the humorous characters. The late 30s, early 40s films seem so much fun. And I must admit, Rogers was a handsome and obviously talented guy. These films are all class, and though this one suffers from extremely dumb villains, it's included in that global rating.

Ian C (nl) wrote: Exact same as the first flick. An oriental replaces the white cop in this buddy flick. Uses every clich in the book but enjoyable.